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ORCHESTRATION LESSONS
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CONCORD SYMPHONY
CLASSICAL ORCHESTRATION
CONDUCTOR
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TEACHERS
INTEGRATION
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COLLABORATION
ARTISTS
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STUDY
SCORE
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PIECE
BRAHMS
COLORFUL
CHAMBER MUSIC
BALLET
NUREYEV
MUSIC THEORY
COMPLETE
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TREATISE
BERLIOZ
SYMPHONY
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MUSICAL FORM
JOHN LANCHBERY
RUSSIAN COMPOSER
RIMSKY-KORSAKOV
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Definitions

  1. The orchestration is lush and frequently reminiscent of other composers: Puccini is here, as are Richard Strauss, Korngold, and Debussy.
  2. His orchestration is skillful and colorful, reminiscent of that of Richard Strauss.
  3. The orchestration was completed in 1906, though Mahler continued to make small changes between rehearsals before the premiere in 1908.
  4. The orchestration is fairly typical of operas of this period, but the clarinet is elevated to unusual prominence.
  5. The orchestration was largely added by Rimsky-Korsakov.

Style

  1. Venetian School: Late-Renaissance group of composers in Venice whose style included polychoral textures and the foundations of orchestration.

Elements

  1. The elements thus serially determined included the duration of notes, their dynamics, their orchestration, and many others.

Powerful

  1. In Rigoletto, the orchestration is powerful and differentiated.

Maurice Ravel

  1. He also studied orchestration with Maurice Ravel (1933).

Vivid Orchestration

  1. Dukas's rhythmic mastery and vivid orchestration are evident in both works.

Orchestration Lessons

  1. Ramon Lazkano gave orchestration lessons at the Strasburg Conservatoire and composition lessons at the Higher Academy of Music of Catalonia in Barcelona.

Features Orchestration

  1. The finished version of "Ca Ira" features orchestration and choral arrangements by Rick Wentworth and Roger Waters, also the album's producers.

Concord Symphony

  1. Also in 1994 Henry Brant completed A Concord Symphony, his orchestration of Ives's Concord Sonata, a project begun in 1958.

Classical Orchestration

  1. The album with elements of Jazz, R&B, Blues and classical orchestration is a hybrid combination of hip-hop, dancehall, and reggae.

Conductor

  1. Stein studied composition with Leo Sowerby, Frederick Stock (conductor of the Chicago Symphony) and orchestration with Eric DeLamarter, his assistant.

Means

  1. Since production is social, every society must have a means for the orchestration of material life.

Form

  1. The second (or middle) minuet usually provided some form of contrast, by means of different key and orchestration.

Eacute

  1. Grétry was a fabulous tunesmith in the fashion of 20th century Broadway songwriters but his orchestration technique was lacking.

Important

  1. The art of sound synthesis is as important for the electronic musician as the art of orchestration is important for symphonic music composers.

Skill

  1. They demonstrate skill in construction and orchestration but a lack of creative intensity.

Teachers

  1. Fireworks, a short symphonic sketch by the young Stravinsky, shows the influences of his teachers, especially Paul Dukas in the orchestration.

Integration

  1. Symphonic writings with the integration of piano and orchestration.

Sounds

  1. Berlioz' remarkable gift for orchestration resulted in sounds never before heard from a symphony orchestra.

Master

  1. The Mike Westbrook Orchestra (Bar Utopia) is a phenomenal band, and Westbrook himself a master of of jazz orchestration.

Entirely

  1. Entirely based on electronic orchestration and effects, the composer employed Western chord patterns and beat to blend with local melody.

Collaboration

  1. His interest in orchestration is shown in his collaboration with Hans van Eck in the arrangements of Classical works.
  2. He also provided a full orchestration of the works of Brian Eno (in collaboration with the original composer).

Artists

  1. Other bands or artists added more orchestration and created a popular genre known as soft rock.

Makes

  1. Being the shortest and "simplestic" orchestration, it makes a great introductory Mahler symphony.

Duke Ellington

  1. He learned orchestration by analyzing the recordings of Count Basie, Benny Goodman and Duke Ellington.
  2. It seems to mingle and transform both the heights and clichés of jazz orchestration, from Mingus's master, Duke Ellington, to film noir soundtracks.

Melody

  1. Yuvan Shankar Raja is renowned for his unique blend of melody and electronic orchestration.

Study

  1. Bruckner completed his course with Sechter in 1861 and began to study orchestration and form with the conductor Otto Kitzler.

Score

  1. By score, I didn't really mean the orchestration (which I tend to view as something else entirely), which in the case of Carousel was by Don Walker.

Scoring

  1. In my own opinion, the Deryck Cooke version was too ambitious in the way of scoring and orchestration.

Instrument

  1. In depth information on orchestration including examples and video interviews with instrumentalists of each instrument.

Piece

  1. The only piece on here that doesn't strictly follow the original orchestration is "New No-Name Jive," one of the original Casa Loma Orchestra hits.

Brahms

  1. In 1853, they roomed together in Göttingen, and Brahms began to study orchestration with Joachim.

Colorful

  1. Influenced by the French Impressionist composer Claude Debussy, he began to use colorful, unusual combinations of instruments in his orchestration.

Chamber Music

  1. He also studied improvisation, harmony, analysis, chamber music, composition and orchestration.

Ballet

  1. By the end of May, 1889, the ballet was completed, and the orchestration took another two months.

Nureyev

  1. Nureyev wanted to use Minkus' score in its original orchestration, which was only available at that time in Russia.

Music Theory

  1. With a thorough command of music theory, orchestration and composition, Rivers has been an influential and prominent artist in jazz music.

Complete

  1. The orchestration did not begin until January 1892 and took three months to complete.

Completing

  1. After completing his studies Dukas found work as a music critic and orchestrator; he was unusually gifted in orchestration.
  2. Guiraud devoted the years 1891 and 1892 to completing the orchestration for Kassya, a five-act opera by Léo Delibes.
  3. His widow undoubtedly followed his wishes and style in completing the orchestration.

Treatise

  1. A pedagogic work, The Treatise on Modern Instrumentation and Orchestration, established his reputation as a master of orchestration.

Berlioz

  1. Berlioz played a decisive role in the development of program music and modern orchestration.

Symphony

  1. Dukas's rhythmic mastery and vivid orchestration are evident in both the Symphony in C and the The Sorcerer's Apprentice.

Composer

  1. In 2003, at the request of the Flagello estate, composer and music editor Anthony Sbordoni completed an orchestration for the work.
  2. Composer of astonishing originality,who made dramatic innovations in harmony and orchestration.
  3. That version used an orchestration by noted composer T. J. Anderson.

Musical Form

  1. Mozartian likewise is the compound of richness and clarity in the orchestration and the unfailing aptness of musical form to dramatic situation.
  2. Stravinsky's work embraced several compositional styles, revolutionized orchestration, and practically reinvented ballet as a musical form.
  3. He tutored Brahms in composition and orchestration, and revered Beethoven's struggle to achieve musical form and meaning.

John Lanchbery

  1. Veronica Paeper choreographed a new version of this ballet to the orchestration of John Lanchbery.

Russian Composer

  1. There his teachers included the Russian composer and pianist Anton Rubinstein, from whom Tchaikovsky subsequently took advanced instruction in orchestration.

Rimsky-Korsakov

  1. The working arrangement they agreed upon was that Mussorgsky used the piano in the mornings while Rimsky-Korsakov worked on copying or orchestration.
  2. He took theory with Lyadov, orchestration with Rimsky-Korsakov, and became lifelong friends with Nicolai Myaskovsky.

Categories

  1. Culture > Arts > Music > Musical Form
  2. Music > Classical Music > Opera > Richard Strauss
  3. Culture > Arts > Music > Harmony
  4. Orfeo
  5. Ravel

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