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    This Review contains major "Music"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Music is an art form in which the medium is sound. (Web site)
  2. Music is an artistic expression of the mind and feelings of the people who create it.
  3. Music is an indispensable component of functions such as weddings, engagements, and births.
  4. Music The definition of the word "music" is hotly contested, not least because the word has such strong connotations and use beyond the subject itself.
  5. Music is an important part of education in the United States, and is a part of most or all school systems in the country. (Web site)

Russian

  1. Искусство > Литература > Искусство > Музыка

Festival

  1. To support OM10, the 10th annual Other Minds new music festival. (Web site)
  2. KadmusArts is a gateway to dance, music and theatre festivals around the world.
  3. To support a season-long commitment to the performance of John Corigliano's music, programmed for the Grant Park Music Festival. (Web site)

Performing

  1. Offering diploma, undergraduate and graduate courses in music, performing arts, languages and fine arts.
  2. Within " the arts ", music can be classified as a performing art, a fine art, or an auditory art form. (Web site)
  3. UCLA Center for the Performing Arts - presenting a wide variety of music, theater, dance, and other events. (Web site)

Classical Music

  1. Thus, classical music performers often achieve very high reputations for their musicianship, even if they do not compose themselves.
  2. The classical music tradition has survived through the practice of Guru (teacher) passing on his skills orally to the Shishya (disciple).
  3. Music is generally divided into different genres or styles such as classical music, jazz, pop music, country, and so on. (Web site)
  4. Jean-Christian Michel is a composer of music inspired by classical music of Johann Sebastian Bach and jazz. (Web site)
  5. The keyboards alone are used to play the "classical" parts of the music which the genre is renowned for, and covers all forms of classical music.

Musics

  1. In this piano lesson we will learn to play piano Christmas music.
  2. Much of the surviving music of 14th century Europe is secular. (Web site)
  3. Choreographed by Christopher Wheeldon, the work will premiere at the Academy of Music. (Web site)
  4. From these early 20th-century churches, gospel music spread across the country. (Web site)
  5. Polyphonic (multi-voiced) music developed from monophonic chant throughout the late Middle Ages and into the Renaissance.

Popular Music

  1. It is American popular music. (Web site)
  2. Volume 3, Popular Music, contains an extensive list of discographies. (Web site)
  3. II-V-I progressions are common in most types of popular music and mainstream jazz and more.
  4. Since 1979 however, Subcultures has become a widely read classic in several disciplines, most notably popular music studies.
  5. POP Music - Pop music is a music genre which began in the 1950s, and is music that is generally popular to a wide range of people, hence "popular music".

Musical

  1. New Weird America describes a musical movement in the 2000s which boasts a new uprising of weird and psychedelic music.
  2. Joined At The Heart is a musical with music & lyrics by Graham Brown & Geoff Meads, book by Frances Anne Bartam and directed by Frances Brownlie. (Web site)

Dance

  1. Music, dance, theatre, comedy, and family entertainment. (Web site)
  2. Music often played at western weddings includes a processional song for walking down the aisle (ex: Wedding March) and reception dance music. (Web site)
  3. Theatre in India is perhaps as old as its music and dance.
  4. Showcasing music, dance and theater productions.
  5. Dance, comedy, theatre, music, musicals, opera and childrens productions.

Band

  1. Chili Blues Band - Connecticut based blues band playing original music and covers.
  2. Music is sometimes provided by a live band or musical ensemble, sometimes by a disc jockey.
  3. A more subtle example is brass band music (trubaci). (Web site)
  4. The band has characterized their music as "American Music" — rock, country, blues, folk, reggae and Latino.
  5. In music, a band is a group of musicians, or musical ensemble, usually popular or folk, playing parts of a musical arrangement.

Performance

  1. Fan performances have also gained wide notoriety, ranging from concerts to remixing the original music themes.
  2. Presenting ballet, orchestra, opera and music performances.
  3. Presenting touring music, dance, and theatrical performances.
  4. Music can be composed for repeated performance or it can be improvised: composed on the spot. (Web site)

Orchestra

  1. Pit orchestra (musicals), music Instruction, concert organizer.
  2. Stamford Symphony Orchestra - about music director and information on music series.
  3. RBC Music Online - Large inventory of music of all publishers, including band, orchestra, choral, guitar, and piano. (Web site)
  4. His instrumental music include pieces for orchestra, for small groups, and for solo organ, harpischord, clavichord, violin and cello.
  5. This breadth of vision led Copland to compose music for numerous settings—orchestra, opera, solo piano, small ensemble, art song, ballet, theater and film. (Web site)

Hip Hop

  1. Hip hop record labels are the companies that sponsor and produce the music that you love to hear.
  2. The most popular meaning of hip hop is now music.
  3. Hip hop is a cultural movement, of which music is a part, along with graffiti and breakdancing. (Web site)

Style

  1. Music videos can accommodate all styles of filmmaking, including animation, live action films, documentaries, and non-narrative, abstract film.
  2. The 1950s saw a number of brief fads that went on to have a great impact on future styles of music. (Web site)
  3. Primarily a keyboardist and electric bass player, Larry could play many instruments and any style of music, from classical to country and jazz to rock. (Web site)
  4. Jazz is a style of music that has traveled back to Africa along with the influence of American artists like Herbie Hancock, Don Cherry, and Louis Armstrong.
  5. Bachata is a style of dance that accompanies the music of the same name.

Works

  1. Singaporean artist whose works incorporate images, sculptures, poetry and music.
  2. Conducted by music director JoAnn Falletta, performances will feature Beethoven's symphonies and chamber works. (Web site)
  3. Christoph Wolff is best known for his works on the music, life, and times of Johann Sebastian Bach.
  4. The music has much in common with the moto perpetuo style of Stravinsky, as found in works such as Les Noces and the Concert for piano and winds.
  5. However, in his later works, alchemy is the object of ridicule and is placed with music, art, theatre and astrology in the category of less serious sciences.

Chamber Music

  1. Chestnut Hill Concerts - 33rd season of world-class chamber music on the shoreline.
  2. To support Chamber Music in Historic Sites, a series of chamber music concerts and outreach activities. (Web site)
  3. To support Sound Investment, a 10-day festival celebrating 35 years of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center's commissions of new chamber music works. (Web site)
  4. Chamber music is distinguished from music for orchestra, in which, for example, more than a dozen violinists may be playing the same notes. (Web site)
  5. Versatile and prolific, he contributed as a composer to many genres of music, operas, ballets, film scores, orchestral works, songs and chamber music. (Web site)

Folk

  1. In post-war America, folk songs and cowboy songs (also known, in those days, as hillbilly music) were beginning to be more popular with a wider audience. (Web site)
  2. In the absence of folk music, many individuals do not sing. (Web site)
  3. The true rhythm of India lies in its folk music - the music of the masses.

Tickets

  1. Ordway Music Theatre - performance information, educational forums and ticket purchasing. (Web site)
  2. You can order your concert tickets, develop film, find all types of books, music, movies, and more.

Vocal

  1. The style of vocal music for Mohiniyattam as is generally seen, is classical Carnatic.
  2. Doo wop is a kind of vocal harmony music performed by groups who became popular in the 1950s. (Web site)

Residency

  1. To support composer residencies and a commissioning program as part of a summer chamber music conference. (Web site)
  2. The residency will include performances of Mr. Vasquez's Afro-Cuban Jazz Suite as well as classes taught in music appreciation and composition. (Web site)
  3. The six week artist residency program in Bali will bring together eight American and eight Asian artists working in music, dance, theater, and puppetry. (Web site)

Melody

  1. In music exoticism is a genre in which the rhythms, melodies, or instrumentation are designed to evoke the atmosphere of far-off lands or ancient times (e.g. (Web site)
  2. The music of Peking opera is that of the "plate and cavity style".Its melody with harmonious rhythms is graceful and pleasing to the ears.

Special Events

  1. Music, dance, drame and special events.
  2. Presenting Broadway shows, music, theater and special events.

Cd

  1. CD Music Clubs - special music for music lovers.
  2. CD Music Clubs: Offer special offers and discounts on CDs to members.

Rock

  1. Punk Rock had a resounding effect on many genres of rock music.
  2. Comedy Rock is a genre that mixes stereotypes of rock and roll lifestyle and general comedy with rock and roll music. (Web site)
  3. Sociologically oriented history of pop music, with emphasis on the rock era. (Web site)
  4. The downtown scene developed into the " new wave " style of rock music at downtown clubs like CBGB 's.
  5. Rock music also drew strongly on a number of other genres such as blues and folk, and incorporated influences from jazz, classical and other musical sources. (Web site)

Music

  1. It includes RealAudio sound files of songs and music.
  2. Bachelor of Visual Arts, and diploma programmes in music, graphic arts, visual arts, entertainment and ceramics.
  3. Voice, opera, music theater. (Web site)
  4. Music, especially youth-oriented genres like pop and hip-hop.
  5. In the 1950s, aleatoric music was popularized by composers like John Cage.

Downloads

  1. On the Belgian Tina Turner fansite you can find latest news, forum, downloads, music, video, pictures, biography, discography, facts, lyrics and much more.
  2. Andrei Pricope is a music teacher with lots of downloads, tips and techniques, music, etc. (Web site)
  3. Better Than Ezra (3) Better World, The - Official site containing lyrics, music, bio, photos, news, and downloads for the New Jersey rock band.

Videos

  1. Features news, tour dates, information about the band, music videos and lyrics.
  2. VH1: Queen - Includes news, biographies, musical influences, tour dates, audio clips, pictures, music videos, bulletin boards, and links.
  3. Part of Tool's work as a band is to incorporate influences of other works of art in their music videos, live shows, and album packaging. (Web site)

Biographies

  1. This book will please people with interests in music and will be rejected by people who hate music, history and biographies. (Web site)
  2. Veltroni has written a number of books on various topics, such as music, social issues, fiction, biographies and politics. (Web site)

Opera

  1. Opera is a form of theatre in which the drama is conveyed wholly or predominantly through music and singing. (Web site)
  2. We supply books and videos about dance, theatre, film, opera, ballet, music and circus arts.
  3. The art of opera is a union of poetry, drama, and music, all brought to life through performance. (Web site)

Music Director

  1. Violinist, composer, writer and music director, Wenzel Pichl was born Bechyne, near Tábor, and first studied music there with the Kantor Jan Pokorny. (Web site)
  2. Besides his work as a composer, he is also Music Director of the Washington Chorus, and a Professor of Music at McGill University in Montreal.
  3. The music is by George Gershwin, with lyrics by his brother Ira, with additional music by Saul Chaplin, the music director.

Video

  1. A music video (also promo) is a short film or video that accompanies a complete piece of music, most commonly a song.
  2. The music video for the rock band Queen 's song I Want to Break Free was a direct reference to this show. (Web site)
  3. The music video would also be the first to feature Triinu Kivilaan, with previous videos featuring Maarja Kivi.

Free Images

  1. Look for " Category:Water-transport stubs " in the Wikimedia Commons, our repository for free images, music, sound, and video.

Written

  1. Annie Get Your Gun is a musical with lyrics and music written by Irving Berlin and a book by Herbert Fields and his sister Dorothy Fields.
  2. For budgetary reasons, this series made significant use of "tracked" music, or music written for other episodes that was re-used in later episodes.
  3. A piano trio is a group of piano and two other instruments, almost always a violin and a cello, or a piece of music written for such a group. (Web site)

Arts

  1. Victorian Britain, like the periods before it, was interested in theatre and the arts, and music, drama, and opera were widely attended. (Web site)
  2. Courses in German culture will cover areas such as history, geography, music, dance, literature and the arts in general.
  3. The vigour and originality of the arts in Australia — film, music, painting, theatre, dance and crafts — has achieved international recognition.

Art

  1. Rome - Ancient Romans (Mautz) Provides history, art, philosophy, daily life, music, literature, dance, drama and architecture of ancient Rome.
  2. The program includes art, music, theater, film, movement and poetry focused on artists such as Jean Cocteau and Erik Satie. (Web site)
  3. Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh is a gateway to literature, culture, art, music, history, science and technology.

Music Videos

  1. Music on ZeD was sometimes presented in the form of music videos, but musical guests also appeared.
  2. See also: Timeline of trends in music (1980-1989) In the United States, MTV is launched and music videos begin to have a huge effect on the record industry.
  3. Non-dramatic musical works would include all music other than opera, music videos (because they are audiovisual), and musicals.

Album

  1. The focused, yet relaxed, music throughout this album is among the best the band has ever made.
  2. Rick Danko (of The Band) used a fretless bass for several years, starting from the recording of the album [[Music From Big Pink)). (Web site)
  3. Anyone who appreciates music of any kind can fall in love with this album.

Music Genre

  1. A music genre is a category (or genre) of pieces of music that share a certain style or "basic musical language" (Peter van der Merwe 1989, p.3). (Web site)
  2. Medieval metal - Medieval metal is a music genre that typically includes lyrics and sometimes music about and from Medieval times.
  3. A music genre is a term that describes the process of dividing different kinds of music into categories.

Genre

  1. Pronounced " zhawn -ruh," a music genre is a music category such as classical, jazz and rock.
  2. Soul – is a music genre that combines rhythm and blues and gospel music, originating in the United States.
  3. A lot of Punks focus on one era of this music genre as the style of music has radically changed over time. (Web site)

Piano Music

  1. I listen to early music, Celtic music and the piano music of Chopin, Satie, Ravel and Bartok. (Web site)
  2. There was much music in his family, particularly piano music.
  3. He also composed music for the stage, overtures, choral music, masses, and piano music, including 21 sonatas and shorter waltzes, scherzos, and impromptus. (Web site)

Piano

  1. It was probably in 1882 that he played the work to Liszt, a composer whose piano music strongly influenced him at the time. (Web site)
  2. Here it is the music of Tchaikovsky, mostly piano music, that Stravinsky uses as his source.
  3. It was the instrument for which Haydn, Mozart, and the early Beethoven wrote their piano music. (Web site)

Bach

  1. He has written extensively on the music and culture of the Baroque era in general and the life and music of J. S. Bach in particular.
  2. Such music from great artists of the past, including Bach, Mozart, Chopin, Tchaikovsky and Liszt, has now resumed its formidable importance.
  3. Lovers of his music consider Brahms on a par with the likes of Bach, Mozart, and Beethoven.

Baroque Music

  1. Baroque music had a lot of borrowed melodies, in the sense that composers would take a phrase from another piece of music and put it in their own works. (Web site)
  2. Baroque music is a particular kind of music written by composers of music in the 17th and 18th century. (Web site)
  3. Some years ago, Donna Leon stopped teaching and has concentrated on writing and other cultural activities in the field of music (especially Baroque music). (Web site)

Musician

  1. He said, `What do you do, son?' I said, `I'm a musician.' He said, `What kind of music do you play?' And I said, `Jazz.' And he really looked disturbed.
  2. Dizzy Gillespie, musician, trumpeter, jazz, music, album, A&E, biography.
  3. No musician can train for his profession without coming into contact with the music of this composer, arguably the greatest of all time. (Web site)

Musicians

  1. Here is Nat Hentoff's deeply felt exploration of jazz, blues, country, and gospeland the musicians who bring the music to life.
  2. Among the musicians who best epitomize this Music of the Spirit are Duke Ellington, Sun Ra and John Coltrane.
  3. Musicians use the guitar for almost every kind of music. (Web site)

Electronic Music

  1. Music like this form the USA is very interesting because it correlates Funk, Disco and Electronic music in just one thing.
  2. In 1937, Chávez published a book, Toward a New Music, which is one of the first books in which a composer speaks about electronic music. (Web site)
  3. During this period he also performed concerts of New Music and electronic music with Felix Werder and jazz-guitar veteran Bruce Clarke.

Listening

  1. The other kinds of music; classical, jazz, easy listening, country, folk etc., are marketed as minority interests, but rock defines the musical mainstream.
  2. This book proposes a way of thinking about music that is faithful to the experience of playing or listening during a real performance. (Web site)
  3. Some of Diana's interests and hobbies included tennis, swimming, skiing, tap dancing, playing the piano, listening to music and enjoying the ballet. (Web site)

Love

  1. Music, flowers, dance and song interpret their lives and their love of life overflows during the annual Tahiti festival. (Web site)
  2. The children set the stage for the story to reveal much about Tchaikovsky -- his life in Russia, his love of music and his fears of conducting. (Web site)
  3. Aspects of Love is a musical with a book and music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by Don Black and Charles Hart.

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