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LARGE MUSICAL COMPOSITION
FIELDS
VIOLIN
FILM
PAINTING
GENRE
PERFORMANCE
SYMPHONY
LYRICS
MELODY
ARRANGERS
MUSICAL WORK
BACH
GREAT COMPOSERS
TRADITIONAL MUSIC
PARTICULAR STYLE
PAUL HINDEMITH
CULTURAL REVOLUTION
JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH
SONG
MUSICAL FORM
NOCTURNE
OLIVIER MESSIAEN
PIECE
EXCLUSIVE RIGHT
FUGUES
FUGUE
WRITTEN
FOUR MOVEMENTS
FOUR SONGS
SOUND RECORDING
SOUND RECORDINGS
ART SONG
COMPOSITION
ORCHESTRA
FLOP
MUSIC THEORY
FIRST WORK
MUSIC
EXPRESSIVENESS
HINDEMITH
MUSICAL COMPOSITION
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Definitions

  1. Musical composition is a term that describes the composition of a piece of music. (Web site)
  2. The art of musical composition was elevated to great heights at their hands. (Web site)

Large Musical Composition

  1. An oratorio is a large musical composition including an orchestra, a choir, and soloists. (Web site)

Fields

  1. John Serry soon left Chrysalis Records to explore other fields of musical composition.

Violin

  1. String quartets consist of two violin s, a viola, and a cello playing a multi-movement musical composition written in sonata form. (Web site)

Film

  1. He also participates in the sound mix and musical composition of the film.

Painting

  1. Hopkins long held true passions in arenas other than acting - specifically, painting and musical composition.

Genre

  1. He created an entirely new musical style that would influence musical composition permanently, affecting every genre and sphere. (Web site)

Performance

  1. The film was written, directed, narrated and featured the musical composition and performance of veteran PIXAR animator Bud Luckey.

Symphony

  1. In classical music, a symphony is an extended musical composition, scored almost always for orchestra. (Web site)

Lyrics

  1. In 1833, Zhukovsky was asked again to write lyrics to a musical composition by Alexei Fyodorovich Lvov called The Russian People's Prayer.

Melody

  1. A songwriter is someone who writes the lyrics to songs, the musical composition or melody to songs, or both.

Arrangers

  1. While some arrangers write directly into a musical composition, others use computer software to make changes.

Musical Work

  1. You must make a separate election for each musical composition (or copyright in a musical work) sold or exchanged during the tax year. (Web site)

Bach

  1. Bach was largely self-taught in musical composition. (Web site)
  2. In Lüneburg, Bach was influenced in his musical composition and performance by the French style. (Web site)

Great Composers

  1. For centuries music lovers have been thrilled and enchanted by such masterpieces of musical composition penned by a plethora of great composers.

Traditional Music

  1. In the traditional music of Scotland, a lament is also a genre of musical composition for the bagpipes.

Particular Style

  1. Arrangers transcribe and adapt musical composition to a particular style for orchestras, bands, choral groups, or individuals. (Web site)

Paul Hindemith

  1. Paul Hindemith (1895-1963) was a prolific and versatile German composer and also an important teacher of musical composition. (Web site)

Cultural Revolution

  1. After the Cultural Revolution, musical institutions were reinstated and musical composition and performance revived.

Johann Sebastian Bach

  1. Johannes Passion is a musical composition by Johann Sebastian Bach that was first performed in 1724.

Song

  1. A song is a relatively short musical composition for the human voice (possibly accompanied by other musical instruments), which features words (lyrics).
  2. A song is a musical composition.

Musical Form

  1. Ballet as musical form is a musical composition intended for ballet performance. (Web site)
  2. A movement is a self-contained part of a musical composition or musical form.

Nocturne

  1. Nocturne - A musical composition that has a romantic or dreamy character with nocturnal associations. (Web site)

Olivier Messiaen

  1. Olivier Messiaen didn't bother to break the rules of musical composition; he simply made up his own.

Piece

  1. The creation of a piece of art, including dance or musical composition, comes out of a deep sense of feeling at one with the universe. (Web site)

Exclusive Right

  1. United States copyright law has long recognized an exclusive right of public performance in a musical composition. (Web site)

Fugues

  1. And these, at this period, unanimously thought every species of musical composition below criticism except canons and fugues.

Fugue

  1. During the Classical era, the fugue was no longer a central or even fully natural mode of musical composition. (Web site)

Written

  1. The term "quartet" is also used to refer to a musical composition written for such a group. (Web site)
  2. Etude - A musical composition written solely to improve technique. (Web site)
  3. Written originally for the baroque organ, this piece is universally considered to be among the most sublime achievements of musical composition. (Web site)

Four Movements

  1. A musical composition for one or two instruments, usually in three or four movements. (Web site)

Four Songs

  1. In addition to studying the texts of the four songs, she studied their musical composition to determine a common thread among the four pieces.

Sound Recording

  1. A copyright in the sound recording protects the recording of a musical composition as it was performed and recorded by an artist or group. (Web site)

Sound Recordings

  1. In other words, Record Labels are almost never the owners of the copyright to the musical composition - they typically own only sound recordings. (Web site)

Art Song

  1. Art song is a fusion of musical composition with contemporary poetry or other texts.

Composition

  1. The twelve-tone technique is a very important and influential technical approach to musical composition, but does not replace composition itself. (Web site)

Orchestra

  1. Musical composition for solo instrument and orchestra.
  2. A symphony is a musical composition, often extended and usually for orchestra.
  3. A musical composition for voices and orchestra, telling a religious story. (Web site)

Flop

  1. The opera, given in September 1840, was a flop and he fell into despair vowing to give up musical composition forever. (Web site)
  2. The opera was a flop, and he fell into despair vowing to give up musical composition forever. (Web site)
  3. The opera, given in September 1840, was a flop and he fell into despair and vowed to give up musical composition forever.

Music Theory

  1. Antonio Salieri, a leading composer of the period, became aware of the talented young man and decided to train him in musical composition and music theory.

First Work

  1. Weber’s Theory of Musical Composition was the first work on music theory to be translated into English for publication in the United States (transl.
  2. Khachaturian had hardly mastered the basics of musical composition when he completed his first work, The Dance for violin and piano (1926). (Web site)

Music

  1. In music, a quartet (,,,,) is a method of instrumentation (or a medium), used to perform a musical composition, and consisting of four parts.

Expressiveness

  1. He infused a basic classical approach to musical composition with fresh romantic harmonies and expressiveness. (Web site)

Hindemith

  1. In the late 1930s, Hindemith wrote a theoretical book The Craft of Musical Composition (Hindemith 1937–70), which lays out this system in great detail. (Web site)

Musical Composition

  1. Twelve-tone technique (also dodecaphony, and in British usage, twelve-note composition) is a method of musical composition devised by Arnold Schoenberg. (Web site)
  2. Twelve-tone technique is a system of musical composition devised by Arnold Schoenberg. (Web site)
  3. Music of course is not patentable subject matter; a composer cannot obtain exclusive patent rights for the original creation of a musical composition.

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