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- In jazz ensembles, the tenor plays a more prominent role, often sharing parts or harmonies with the alto saxophone.
- Similar ensembles are prevalent throughout Indonesia and Malaysia, but gamelan is from Java, Bali and Lombok.
- Choral ensembles were used on a much more frequent basis 4.
- Instead, ensembles were basically small chamber groups.
- Percussion ensembles are most commonly found at conservatories, though some professional groups, such as Nexus exist.
- Chamber music grew to include ensembles with as many as 8-10 performers for serenades.
- Despite this, there is a substantial number of chamber works that incorporate the double bass in both small and large ensembles.
- His ‘Canzon Trigesimaquarta a 8’ is scored for ensembles of choirs of lutes and viols, while his ‘Canzon Trigesimaterza a 8’ uses only trombones.
- The Freiburg Baroque Orchestra is one of the premier ensembles of its type, and it performs this music on top form.
- The Inland Northwest Orchestra and Inland Northwest Chorale, our premier ensembles, include musicians from throughout our region.
- Touring performances by three ensembles of the orchestra will be recorded and broadcast throughout central and eastern Iowa.
- During that time he led his own group in New York and also worked with Gillespie in several ensembles.
- Dixon played in local ensembles in Boston and New York before becoming a member of Sam Wooding 's orchestra in 1922.
- Many composers are starting to write more for the bass flute, not only for ensemble work, but also for solo works, as well as with duets and other ensembles.
- Trinity Baroque has collaborated with instrumental ensembles such as Florilegium and The English Cornett and Sackbut Ensemble.
- New Trinity Baroque is recognized as one of USA's leading baroque orchestras and early music ensembles.
- Conductors lead instrumental music groups, such as orchestras, dance bands, and various popular ensembles.
- Some bands were society bands that relied on strong ensembles but little on soloists or vocalists, such as the bands of Guy Lombardo and Paul Whiteman.
- He also enjoyed performing with Toronto contemporary ensembles such as Robert Aitken's New Music Concerts and the Esprit Orchestra, led by Alex Pauk.
- Organ (basso continuo) or instrumental ensembles may accompany solo vocal lines.
- Indian, Turkish, and Arabic pop music is filled with the sound of violins, both soloists and ensembles.
- Many leaders of jazz bands in the 1920's and 1930's sought to increase the size of their ensembles in order to obtain more tonal colors.
- The university has two student jazz ensembles, as well as several different combo groups, ranging in style from fusion, to latin, to big band era.
- These Péchés de vieillesse ("Sins of Old Age") are grouped into 14 volumes, mostly for solo piano, occasionally for voice and various chamber ensembles.
- This quintet is often regarded as one of the finest jazz ensembles, and the rhythm section has been especially praised for its innovation and flexibility.
- Since then, much mathematical and computational work has been done to show that the FT applies to a variety of statistical ensembles.
- The traditional Melanesian music of the Solomon Islands includes both solo and group vocals, as well as slit drums and panpipe ensembles.
- The baritone sax is the second largest saxophone commonly seen in modern ensembles.
- USA. Design and fashion creations featuring dresses, Gothic apparel, wedding ensembles for men and women.
- Design suits, shirts, sports ensembles, formal wear, topcoats, and riding habits.
- Tommy was a hot player at heart, having recorded a few hot sides by 1927 and continued to play with smaller ensembles throughout his career.
- His small jazz ensembles marked the arrival of the Combo era in jazz.
- Bear in mind that none of these orchestras are on the same level as professional ensembles in the US or Western Europe.
- Following in the footsteps of indoor guard ensembles, indoor percussion ensembles arrange music and motion appropriate for a more intimate setting.
- He frequently appears as a soloist with numerous orchestras and wind ensembles throughout the world.
- They both composed a large amount of music for both a cappella choir as well as choirs accompanied by different ensembles.
- Mingus also directed larger ensembles in which most of the parts were written out.
- In the 70s and 80s Klaus Schulze often recorded string ensembles and performances by solo cellists to go along with his extended Moog synthesizer workouts.
- Violins also appear in string ensembles or big bands supplying orchestral backgrounds to many jazz recordings.
- Varying forms of gamelan ensembles are distinguished by their collection of instruments and use of voice, tunings, repertoire, style, and cultural context.
- It is thought that this contributes to the very "busy" and "shimmering" sound of gamelan ensembles.
- Oftentimes two or more gamelan ensembles will be performing well within earshot, and sometimes compete with each other in order to be heard.
- Music in China is played on solo instruments or in small ensembles of plucked and bowed stringed instruments, flutes, and various cymbals, gongs, and drums.
- Bach wrote music for single instruments, duets and small ensembles.
- His music is rooted in the tradition of "free jazz", working with the orchestras and small ensembles of alto saxophonist Marco Eneidi.
- In Australia she performs with ensembles as diverse as the Australian Ensemble, the Sydney Symphony, Sinfonia Australis.
- Based in Berlin (Germany), specializing in contemporary music, offering printed music, books, CDs, rental material for chamber ensembles and orchestras.
- The lute, which was popular, helped to play dance music, while the harpsichord and small ensembles also contributed to this art form.
- The series of activities will include commissioning, touring, and performances by composers and ensembles from the world's northern climates.
- The Jerusalem Symphony and the New Israel Opera also tour frequently, as do other musical ensembles.
- Since 2000 he has been a freelance composer living and working in Oslo, writing for a wide array of ensembles and orchestras.
- As an ensemble musician, David appears regularly as a continuo player in numerous baroque orchestras and ensembles both in Europe and in Australia.
- More recently, through immigration and local enthusiasm, gamelan ensembles have become active throughout Europe, The Americas, Asia, and Australia.
- In Turkey, the davul is most commonly played with the zurna, although it can be played with other instruments and in ensembles as well.
- As from 1996 he participated in various activities both in Turkey and abroad with his two ensembles; Kompania Ketencoglu and The Balkan Journey.
- He enjoyed the variety of playing engagements with many different artists and ensembles, but he loved playing with his own trio.
- They told me that solo piano records are more successful if they're released by artists who already have a reputation for playing in ensembles.
- These societies sponsored house concerts, compiled music libraries, and encouraged the playing of quartets and other ensembles.
- Some big ensembles, like the Joe "King" Oliver outfit played a kind of half arranged, half improvised jazz, often relying on “head” arrangements.
- Many students take advantage of the chamber music program to perform great literature written for their instruments in chamber ensembles.
- This work is exemplified by his ongoing composition Répons, for orchestra, ensembles, and electronic devices.
- Formed by Ian Dearden and David Sheppard, known for their work with ensembles, orchestras and opera companies.
- For nearly half a century, the Modern Jazz Quartet (MJQ) endured as one of the most well-renowned ensembles in jazz.
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* Big Band
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* Steve Reich
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