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Definitions

  1. Compositions are applied directly to the teeth when chewed and solubilized with saliva.
  2. His compositions are particularly noted as being influenced by jazz and for their use of polytonality (music in more than one key at once).
  3. His compositions were largely neglected for many years after his death, but he was remembered as a great virtuoso and arranger of Bach for the piano.
  4. His compositions, the best of which are for piano, are in the German romantic tradition.
  5. His compositions were mainly ballets and guitar compositions, and include " Flames of Paris " based on the French Revolution.

Chopin

  1. He has recorded numerous disks with the compositions of Chopin, Schumann, Schubert, Brahms, Tchaikovsky, Beethoven, Shostakovich etc.

Paris

  1. Chopin gave a recital of his own compositions in Paris, which Dreyshock attended in company with Thalberg.
  2. In Paris he presented his compositions to Maurice Ravel and received his wholehearted approval.
  3. He spent a lot of time in Paris, chiefly for the many performances of his compositions.

Sizes

  1. In 1973, a new series of coins was introduced in the same sizes and compositions as the earlier pieces but in the name of Qatar only.

Variety

  1. Colloidal semiconductor nanocrystals can be produced nowadays in a variety of sizes, shapes and compositions.
  2. Edward Kennedy "Duke" Ellington was the most prolific composer of the twentieth century in terms of both number of compositions and variety of forms.
  3. The invention also includes a variety of compositions, combinations and methods of treatment using these inventive sodium channel blockers.

Addition

  1. In addition, the immunogenic and vaccine compositions of the present invention can include diluents, isotonic agents, stabilizers, or adjuvants.
  2. In addition to his piano and accordion playing, the compositions on the release "Nascimento" were co-arranged by Milton and Hugo.
  3. Now, in addition to a music web show called All Songs Considered, comes a CD with 16 of these great buttons - full versions of the compositions.

Number

  1. Considering the number of compositions that Charles Mingus has written, his works have not been recorded as often as comparable jazz composers.
  2. His compositions total more than 2,000 in number, including jazz, symphonic, and chamber works.
  3. In addition to these compositions there are a number of anthems and psalm-settings, and consort songs with sacred texts of one sort or another.

Shorter

  1. Shorter composed all the compositions on the album and co-produced it with the bassist Marcus Miller.
  2. Although the songs were shorter, Anderson did not do away with any of the density in his compositions nor any of his quirky signatures.
  3. Later orchestral compositions were mainly shorter and lighter in style and easy enough to be readily played by amateurs.

Writings

  1. Prithi has been writing his own compositions and inserting them with the writings of the Gurus.

Treating

  1. The present invention provides compositions and methods for treating and preventing heart failure resulting from ischemic and non-ischemic causes.
  2. The present invention provides methods and pharmaceutical compositions for treating such disorders to promote bone formation, by increasing ERRa activity.

Period

  1. The music featured compositions by the leading modern composers of the period, including Igor Stravinsky, Darius Milhaud, and Arthur Honegger.
  2. It is the period of 1815 to 1848 which must be regarded as the true age of Romanticism in music - the age of the last compositions of Beethoven (d.
  3. His compositions and arrangements from this period were an invaluable contribution to the landmark recording Birth of the Cool.

Processes

  1. New 2-[4-(diphenylmethyl)-1-piperazinyl]-acetic acids, their amides and their salts, processes for the preparation thereof and therapeutic compositions.

Matter

  1. This includes practically all inventions except compositions of matter or processes, but patent drawing may also be useful in the case of many processes.
  2. The '444 patent claims, as compositions of matter, a class of compounds that includes ciprofloxacin.
  3. Addition of stroma free hemoglobin will enhance theintrinsic oxygen transport capability of both compositions of matter.

Album

  1. This album was Coltrane's only encounter with the "new music" of Ornette Coleman and features three of his compositions.
  2. The album included new recordings of several previously unreleased older Fear songs, as well as some new compositions.
  3. The album contained original compositions as well as covers of songs by Ernest Tubb, Loretta Lynn and even the 1974 Queen song " Misfire ".

Recording

  1. This recording focuses on the original compositions of pianist and composer Michel Petrucciani.
  2. They are in the process of recording their first CD project, featuring standards and original compositions and arrangements by Tommy Stewart and Ray Reach.
  3. Recording primarily for Nonesuch Records, Mehldau plays original compositions, jazz standards and jazz arrangements of popular music, especially rock music.

Blues

  1. His compositions, which include When Lights Are Low (1936) and Blues in My Heart (1931), became jazz and big band standards.
  2. The compositions " So What " and " All Blues " from Kind of Blue are considered contemporary jazz standards.
  3. Composer W.C. Handy codifies the blues through his popular compositions.

Genres

  1. The bassist Charles Mingus is also frequently associated with the avant-garde in jazz, although his compositions draw off a myriad of styles and genres.
  2. The compositions of Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873–1943) cover a variety of musical forms and genres.
  3. Although now known primarily for his operas, Donizetti produced a large number of compositions in other genres.

Repertoire

  1. This repertoire, along with some compositions for smaller ensembles forms the basis for the music that Chuck Israels is now performing.
  2. The orchestra expanded its repertoire in the Bernstein years, playing everything from Baroque music to electronic compositions to musical theater.
  3. Their repertoire includes a variety of Slavic and European Classical and Folk vocal music as well as compositions from operatic and sacred classics.

Standards

  1. Shorter became the principal composer of Davis' quintet, and some of his compositions of this era ("Footprints", "Nefertiti") are now standards.
  2. Included are beautiful standards from Brazil, Israel, France as well as music by John Coltrane and a few original compositions.
  3. Like Thelonious Monk, Coleman very rarely played standards, concentrating on his own compositions, of which there seems to be an endless flow.

Manufacture

  1. The manufacture of the oral composition of the present invention is accomplished by any of the various standard techniques for producing such compositions.

Machines

  1. Their rationale was that patents could only be granted to processes, machines, and articles of manufacture and compositions of matter.
  2. Patents may be allowed for useful processes, compositions of matter, machines and devices, or articles of manufacture.

Transcriptions

  1. The years that followed brought a series of compositions, including transcriptions of songs and operatic fantasies, part of the stock-in-trade of a virtuoso.
  2. Not all Liszt’s piano pieces were original compositions: he also made arrangements or transcriptions.
  3. In addition to original compositions, these groups also played transcriptions of opera music.

Biography

  1. Picture, biography, reviews, bibliography, discography, compositions, and sound files, from the Center for the Promotion of Contemporary Composers.
  2. Solid!: Irving Berlin - Biography, selected compositions, and filmography of the famous songwriter.
  3. Includes biography, a list of CDs, compositions, and reviews.

Pieces

  1. The List of compositions for horn includes many pieces that were originally written with the natural horn in mind.
  2. Of his compositions only a booklet remains: pieces for violin with basso continuo, with the title Musikalische Privatlust (1689).
  3. His compositions have been recorded by everyone from Sarah Vaughan to Miles Davis, and his best known pieces include Lullaby of Birdland, She and Conception.

Playing

  1. His music evolved and he continued to play side gigs, honing his sound and compositions -- he has a totally original alto tone -- by playing in the street.
  2. However, Ellington the arranger would consistently tinker with his compositions, depending on who was playing them.
  3. After her husband died in 1910, Beach toured Europe as a pianist, playing her own compositions.

Organ

  1. Some composers best known for their compositions for piano or orchestra also turned their efforts to the organ, including Franz Liszt and Johannes Brahms.
  2. Marchand wrote one opera, one cantata, French and Italian airs, three sacred works to texts by Racine, and compositions for organ and harpsichord.
  3. The piano, vocal, organ and choral compositions were played.

Embodiment

  1. An embodiment of the present invention pertains to compositions that are useful as chiral ligands in asymmetric dihydroxylation reactions.
  2. In one embodiment, the novel compositions of the present invention comprise a unique oral hygiene solution that can be added to drinking water.
  3. Further, in another embodiment the term "the fine chemicals" as used herein also relates to compositions of fine chemicals comprising methionine.

Compounds

  1. The immunogen-inducing activity of compounds and compositions of the present invention can be determined by a number of known methods.
  2. In a further aspect, this invention relates to the use of such compounds in fuel compositions to prevent and control engine deposits.
  3. The compounds and pharmaceutical compositions of this invention have been found to exhibit biological activity as PDE4 inhibitors.

Instruments

  1. His compositions include chamber music for a great variety of instruments, orchestral works, vocal works for solo and chorus, and for magnetic tape.
  2. Both use a range of instruments, which include among them a rare lute-piano, for which Bach wrote several compositions.
  3. Compositions in monodic form might be called madrigals, motets, or even concertos (in the earlier sense of " concertato ", meaning "with instruments").

Violin

  1. The composers used to play their compositions on instruments such as the veena, rudra veena, violin, tambura, ghata, flute, mridangam, nagaswara, swarabhat.
  2. The catalog of works written by Matthias Monn contains sixteen symphonies, a score of quartets, sonatas, masses and compositions for violin and keyboard.
  3. He composed two concerto s, compositions for the violin, and several songs.

Tan Dun

  1. Tan Dun, born in China, has sought ways in his compositions to unite the Chinese and Western strands of music.

Musical Compositions

  1. Jazz standards are musical compositions that are widely known, performed and recorded by jazz artists as part of the genre's musical repertoire.
  2. Duchamp created a number of musical compositions, many purely conceptual.
  3. This is a list of musical compositions for keyboard instruments such as the piano or harpsichord and orchestra.

Erik Satie

  1. A number of works by Erik Satie are listed in the Category of compositions by Erik Satie and the Category of writings by Erik Satie.
  2. Weiser, Daniel Eric: The visual stimulus, the influence of the visual arts on the musical compositions of Emmanuel Chabrier, Erik Satie, and Francis Poulenc.

Vocal

  1. The vocal compositions of early composers--such as Dowland, whose music is heard here--often appeared in arrangements and entabulations for lute or keyboard.
  2. As a composer one of the most striking things about Barbara Strozzi is the care and attention she gives to the texts of her many vocal compositions.
  3. Zimei's meticulous and detailed study has as its starting point Bach's habit of reusing instrumental works for new vocal compositions.

Samuel Barber

  1. Samuel Barber - Biography from Guild Music draws attention to his vocal compositions.

Aaron Copland

  1. Following Gershwin, the next major American composer was Aaron Copland from Brooklyn, who used elements of American folk music and jazz in his compositions.

Orchestral Compositions

  1. The Ural Electronic Plant (Yekaterinburg) issued the first CD of V. Kulikov with the recordings of his piano, chorus, vocal, and orchestral compositions.
  2. For the remainder of his career, Gershwin devoted himself to both popular songs and orchestral compositions.
  3. He has had great success in this field and has now a large body of work that ranges from solo piano pieces, to chamber works, to orchestral compositions.

Orchestral

  1. Most generally known for his orchestral compositions, Rimsky-Korsakov wrote songs and choral music, chamber music and works for piano.
  2. Puccini wrote 12 operas, a number of orchestral compositions, sacred music and songs.
  3. Among his works are an opera and orchestral compositions such as the Prelude of Gara Tuja, a symphony and a Brazilian Suite.

World Premieres

  1. All these compositions have enjoyed world premieres, with most receiving repeat performances throughout Israel as well as Europe.
  2. Engagements with major orchestras, a European tour and world premieres of his numerous compositions followed.
  3. The ensemble issued many records, and performed the world premieres of significant compositions by modern composers.

Caprices

  1. His compositions included 24 caprices (published in 1820) for unaccompanied violin that are among the most difficult works ever written for the instrument.
  2. Listing of compositions 24 caprices, for solo violin, Op.1 No.

Etudes

  1. Chopin would focus on compositions for the piano, including his etudes and two piano concerti.
  2. Among Bolcom's noted compositions is New Etudes for Piano, which won the Pulitzer Prize for music in 1988.
  3. Among them "A small concert for the guitar with the orchestra", chamber compositions with the guitar, sonatas, duets, etudes and other things.

Influence

  1. His music in this genre would in turn influence the compositions of Johann Sebastian Bach, among others.
  2. Most of his compositions were derivative at best from the influence of Mendelssohn and Meyerbeer.
  3. Nevertheless, his compositions for the instrument mark an epoch in the history of chamber music; his influence was not confined to his own country.

Piano Playing

  1. His piano playing and compositions were challenging and inspiring to peers like Miles Davis, Sonny Rollins, and John Coltrane.
  2. She was given expert advice by Chopin on her piano playing, her vocal compositions, and her arrangements of some of his mazurkas as songs.

Particular Period

  1. After this, his compositions were not confined to any one form during any particular period.
  2. During this particular period of Brahms' creativity, the folk-song aesthetic permeated all of his vocal compositions.

Dances

  1. Versatile and prolific, Harrison wrote four symphonies, concerti, an opera (1952), songs, chamber music, piano pieces, dances, and other compositions.
  2. By basing his compositions on the dances of Poland, Chopin was introducing all of Europe to the charm of his beloved Poland.
  3. The two dances are often found in instrumental compositions of the period, sometimes in suites.

Folk Songs

  1. In his compositions and arrangements he pulls inspiration from his intimate knowledge of traditional Russian folk music and folk songs.
  2. Dr. Busker performs a wide range of music, including folk songs, ballads, sea-shanties, rugby songs and music hall songs, as well as his own compositions.

Compound

  1. Such a compound may be used in the methods and compositions described here for treating or preventing Kawasaki Disease.
  2. Accordingly, the invention provides compositions containing a compound of the formula (I) having one or more chiral centres, wherein at least 55% (e.g.
  3. Compositions comprising the compound, and method for making the compound.

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