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- A piano is a keyboard music instrument.
- A piano is a musical instrument with 88 keys.
- Piano was the primary instrument made to create a sound by striking the strings while harpsichord produces sound by plucking the strings.
- Piano is a common abbreviation for pianoforte, a musical instrument with a keyboard.
- Piano, a well-known instance of keyboard instruments A keyboard instrument is any musical instrument played using a musical keyboard.
- The rhythm section typically included a tuba or bass, piano, banjo or drums.
- The rhythm section could include the banjo, piano, drums, string bass, or tuba.
- Mencken played the piano and favored the works of Beethoven, Mozart, Haydn and Bach, but not much else.
- Along with Ludwig Van Beethoven, Mozart created music specifically for the piano that demanded the best out of both performer and instrument.
- As a performer, he is most closely associated with the compositions of Mozart, which he plays on fortepiano in recordings, but usually on piano in concert.
- Beethoven concentrated on piano sonatas, string quartets, and symphonies.
- Piano sonatas are usually written in three or four movements, occasionally just in one or two.
- Additionally, Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven also wrote piano sonatas.
- As a child he learned trumpet from his father and then piano from his mother; his sister was also a pianist who led bands in the 1930s.
- Battle was born into a musical family; his mother played guitar, and his father, bass and piano.
- At the early age of three, his father passed away and the family moved in with his aunt, Charlotte Masson, who introduced the 2 year old to the piano.
- Webster learned to play piano and violin at an early age, before learning to play the saxophone.
- During high school, he taught himself to play piano, guitar, bass and drums.
- At an early age Loewe learned to play piano by ear and helped his father rehearse, and he began composing songs at age seven.
- Many of the popular works of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Robert Schumann, Johannes Brahms, Antonín Dvořák were transcribed for two piano eight hands.
- The showcase program includes also famous works for violin and piano by Robert Schumann, Johannes Brahms and Ernest Bloch.
- Later works in this mould include examples by Johannes Brahms (two for piano - No.
- Only a few of them ranged beyond solo piano music, as chamber music or concertos for piano and orchestra.
- He composed music in genres, including art song, solo piano music, chamber music, oratorio, opera, ballet music, and orchestral music.
- Gerhard Oppitz in 1989 recorded a complete traversal of the solo piano music of Johannes Brahms on an Imperial Grand.
- Some composers best known for their compositions for piano or orchestra also turned their efforts to the organ, including Franz Liszt and Johannes Brahms.
- Franz Liszt, another great admirer and personal friend of the composer, transcribed six of Chopin's songs for piano.
- Involved in music until his health failed, like Franz Liszt in his advanced years he taught Master Classes in piano.
- Mostly inspired by Chopin, his early works include nocturnes, mazurkas, preludes, and etudes for piano.
- It was around this time that we have evidence of Chopin's playing an instrument other than the piano.
- Chopin and The Nightingale is a dramatic reading with music in six acts, written by Cecilia and Jens Jorgensen for narrator, two sopranos and piano.
- His works for piano include 2 piano sonatas, an early set of preludes, and a later set of 24 preludes and fugues.
- Sonatas for Cello and Piano - Discussion about Beethoven's five cello and piano sonatas.
- His works were composed for quartets, concertos, symphonies, and piano sonatas.
- His piano compositions include works such as his Piano Sonata in B minor, and two piano concerto s, which have entered the standard repertoire.
- During this time he also wrote the Piano Sonata in A minor (D.845, op.
- Often, this occurs as late as the coda, as in Mozart 's String Quintet K. 593, Haydn's Drumroll Symphony, or Beethoven 's Piano Sonata No.
- A Piano Sonata is for piano alone; "Violin Sonata" is usually short for "Sonata for Violin and Piano".
- His piano compositions include works such as his Piano Sonata in B minor, and two piano concertos, which have entered the standard repertoire.
- In addition to the oboe sonata, Hindemith completed the bassoon sonata, cello sonata, piano sonata for four hands, and a ballet, among other works.
- Sixteen of the numbers are in trio format with Everett Barksdale on guitar and Slam Stewart on bass; the last two numbers are piano solos by Art Tatum.
- When he was given transcriptions of piano solos of Oscar Peterson and Bill Evans, the boy polished them off with ease.
- PERFORMERS: Fats Waller, piano solos and vocals.
- During his early career as a composer, Beethoven concentrated first on works for piano solo, then string quartets, symphonies, and other genres.
- There is better balance between the piano and orchestra, and the piano solo is less ornate, although no less virtuosic.
- Most of these early compositions are either scored for piano solo or include a piano.
- This movement inspired Brahms to write his beloved Hungarian Dances (originally for piano, four hands), which Joachim later transcribed for violin and piano.
- Sometime between then and 1878, Brahms tried composing a number of works for violin and piano, but none has survived.
- Brahms obviously loved the cello and the piano; these works could have only been written by someone that had a deep affection for both instruments.
- Tchaikovsky, second movement of his second piano concerto: violin and cello added to the piano as soloists.
- Tchaikovsky was clearly impressed by Taneyev's performance; he later asked Taneyev to be soloist in the Russian premiere of his Second Piano Concerto.
- It was then that he wrote his second piano concerto, in C minor, the preludes for piano and some songs.
- A grand piano has the frame and strings placed horizontally, with the strings extending away from the keyboard.
- Figure 3.3 The Onscreen Musical Keyboard has magically changed its name and sound from a grand piano to a lead guitar to a dance drum kit.
- A group of ten performers from Colorado College explore the sounds made directly on the strings of a grand piano.
- Felix Mendelssohn wrote his Sextet for piano and strings, Op.110 using piano, violin, two violas, cello, and double bass.
- Other instruments, including the strings, piano, harp, and pitched percussion are polyphonic and may play more than one note at a time.
- The harpsichord resembles a piano, but its sound is based on quills that pluck the strings rather than hammers.
- The piano is often a solo instrument and an example would be called a piano concerto.
- So is his Piano Concerto in C major, which has only been recorded twice before, once in an arrangement for piano and organ.
- Norwegian composer Edvard Grieg is best known for his Piano Concerto in a, Peer Gynt and his Lyric Pieces for piano.
- His father played the piano, violin, cello, and guitar, was in the services of Prince Nikolaus II Esterházy and knew Haydn, Hummel and Beethoven personally.
- A child prodigy on the piano, Amy began lessons at age 6 and gave her first public recitals at age 7, including works by Handel, Beethoven, and Chopin.
- He played piano, violin, violoncello, and guitar, was in the services of Prince Nikolaus II Esterházy and knew Haydn, Hummel and Beethoven personally.
- At the age of 13 she was accepted by the Paris Conservatory where she won the first prize in piano in 1985.
- Born Gaby l'Hôte, she studied at the Paris Conservatoire with Louis Diémer and Marguerite Long and was awarded the first prize in piano at the age of 16.
- Spanish pianist who studied with Benjamin Godard in Paris and won first prize for piano at the Paris Conservatory in 1894.
- The songs attest to Kahn's mastery of the piano by making the piano accompaniment an equal partner in the interpretive process.
- An art song is a vocal music composition, usually written for one singer with piano accompaniment.
- With solo part, piano accompaniment and chord names.
- For the Cello Sonata, Carter began his work by making sketches for a vivace for cello and piano, which was to be the first movement.
- In 1841, Schumann wrote a fantasy for piano and orchestra, his Phantasie, which would eventually become the first movement of his concerto.
- Take the orchestral build-up midway in the first movement, just before the piano re-enters, crashing down the keyboard.
- Rontgen: Right through the bone [Piano quintet; Trio for clarinet, viola, and piano; Viola sonata] (CD) Artists of the Royal Conservatory.
- His most popular chamber pieces include "Piano Trio in B," "Piano Quintet in F minor," and "The Trio Op.40" for piano, violin, and waldhorn.
- A piano quintet is a chamber musical ensemble made up of one piano and four other instruments, or the name of a piece written for such a group.
- The quintet was comprised of Davis on trumpet, Coltrane on tenor sax, Red Garland on piano, Paul Chambers on bass, and Philly Joe Jones on the drums.
- Bechet could be heard playing soprano and tenor sax, clarinet, piano, bass, and drums.
- The Quartet consists of Ivo Perelman, tenor sax and mouthpiece; Marilyn Crispell, piano; Gerry Hemingway, drums and voice; and William Parker, bass.
- Solos are offered for alto sax, tenor sax, trumpet, and trombone, but can also be played by guitar and piano if desired.
- Trombone, tuba, trumpet, string bass, piano and Jazz Historian.
- Solo part, you can feature Alto, Trumpet, Tenor, Trombone, Guitar, Flute or even piano as the featured soloist.
- Learn how to play 'Happy Birthday' on the piano in this piano lesson with Nate Bosch.
- Set in 1936, The Piano Lesson is a powerful new play from the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Fences and Ma Rainey's Black Bottom.
- By the time The Piano Lesson had its Broadway debut in 1990, Charles Dutton was a stage star.
- At the age of six he started piano lessons before also learning to play the flute, saxophone, trumpet, trombone, harp, guitar and drums.
- Taylor started piano lessons from the age of six, and attended the New York College of Music and the New England Conservatory.
- He was a child prodigy as both a pianist and composer, his talent becoming apparent after he began piano lessons with his mother at the age of eight.
- The concerto is scored for solo piano, flute, two oboes, two bassoons, two horns, two trumpets, timpani and strings.
- Gartenlaub has composed mostly instrumental works, especially works for orchestra, small chamber ensemble, instrument with piano, and solo piano.
- Because so many of these pieces were composed for piano, the term sonata usually refers to a work for solo piano.
- Heavily emphasized are the works of Bach, Liszt and Busoni, with both original works for piano and transcriptions by Liszt and Busoni.
- He was an early exponent of the piano recital - the concert of music for piano alone, the innovation of which is disputed between Liszt and Moscheles.
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- With the advent of the piano, the sonatas for piano and violin or cello, or piano trios became fashionable.
- Other works include two string quintets, sonatas for the clarinet, cello, viola and violin, two piano trios and three piano quartets.
- His chamber music output includes 65 violin sonatas, 24 piano trios, and a variety of works for harp or harp and piano.
- Mr. Sokolov's own works include pieces for piano, violin, piano trio, orchestra, as well as a miniopera.
- In addition, he wrote several songs set to Polish texts, and several pieces including a piano trio and a sonata for cello and piano.
- String Quartet in A major; String Quintet in D major; Suite in A major for piano and violin; Piano Trio in D major; Suite in A major.
- The work is scored for solo piano, 2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 2 horns, 2 trumpets, 2 trombones, timpani, bass drum, snare drum and strings.
- Features live recordings of virtuoso players Mike Garson (piano), Jim Walker (flutes), Kenny Wild (bass) and Joel Taylor (drums).
- Their lightning transitions between flutes, clarinet, harmonica, accordion, piano and percussion leave audiences clamoring for more.
- Schoenberg further explored atonality with Pierrot Lunaire, for singer, flute or piccolo, clarinet, violin, cello and piano.
- Opus 38 'Chôrinhos, opus 38' (1987) flute, oboe, Bb clarinet, violin, cello, piano, percussion.
- First work for mezzo-soprano, flute, clarinet, viola, violoncello, and piano.
- The most commonly recognized keyboard instruments are the piano, organ, harpsichord and synthesizer, a recent invention.
- Today's keyboard artist should note that many of these works do not require a pedal and can be played on the piano or harpsichord as well as the organ.
- The group includes Ott on piano and electric piano, Ernie Hayes on organ, Bad Bascomb on bass, and Bernard Purdie on drums.
- Think of the further history of the piano in four stages of development: clavichord, harpsichord, fortepiano, and then finally the modern piano.
- For oboe and keyboard (organ, harpsichord, piano).
- He studied piano, organ and harpsichord at the Royal College of Music in London, and achieved the highest honours for his degree.
- Liszt wrote two piano concertos, and, among other works for piano and orchestra, a Totentanz or Dance of Death and a Fantasy on Hungarian Folk-Melodies.
- Music of Brahms Works: Brahms wrote a number of major works for orchestra, including two serenades, four symphonies, two piano concertos (No.
- Mozart: Piano Concertos in D major, K.175 (1782 version with K.382 as finale); in E-flat major, K.449; in D major, K.451, on fortepiano.
- Grieg's most popular work incorporates both the piano and the orchestra - Piano Concerto in A minor, Op 16.
- Her delicate entry into the first and second movements of the Gershwin are a deliberate effort to reclaim this work as a genuine "classical" piano concerto.
- It offers such scholarly insight on how the piano concerto begins from the 1820's, and Schumann's development as a composer of works for piano and orchestra.
- The concerto is scored for two each of flutes, oboes, clarinets, bassoons, horns, and trumpets, timpani, snare drum, piano, and strings.
- The concerto is scored for 2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets in B-flat, 2 bassoons, 2 horns in E-flat, 2 trumpet in C, timpani, strings and piano soloist.
- The concerto is scored for solo piano, pairs of flutes, oboes, clarinets, and bassoons, 4 horns, 2 trumpets, tenor trombone, timpani and strings.
- He was also an accomplished soloist on trumpet and clarinet, and on occasion he played piano, trombone and both tenor and baritone saxophones.
- Marimba Plus musicians for the first time in Russian jazz scene use leading marimba, flute, clarinet, vocal, saxophone, piano, acoustic bass, and percussion.
- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Ludwig van Beethoven both wrote pieces for a piano and four wind instruments (oboe, clarinet, horn, and bassoon in both cases).
- Oboe and English horn stand for woodwinds, violin and viola for strings and piano or harpsichord for struck stringed instruments.
- Another common type of Western art music quartet is the piano quartet, consisting of violin, viola, cello, and piano.
- Materials are now available for viola, cello, bass, piano, flute, harp, guitar and recorder.
- The piece is scored for violin, viola, cello, bass instead of an additional violin, and piano, unlike the usual arrangement of the piano quintet.
- There is a small body of works written for piano quintet with the instrumentation of piano, violin, viola, cello, and double bass.
- Franz Schubert 's famous Trout Quintet is written for the less usual combination of piano, violin, viola, cello, and double bass.
- The Sextet features the classic instrumentation of trumpet, tenor sax, trombone, piano, bass, and drums.
- The band had the size and instrumentation of a jazz combo: trumpet, tenor saxophone, piano, bass, and drums, with Walker singing and playing guitar.
- The band includes Freddie on trumpet with Hancock (piano), George Coleman (tenor sax), Ron Carter (bass), and Tony Williams (drums).
- The rhythm section was established as piano, bass, guitar, and drums; and the trumpet, trombone, and reed sections composed the front line.
- Ernesto Acher (left the group in 1986): Piano, horn, trumpet, clarinet, saxophone, drums, keyboards, cello, vocals, etc.
- In the early eighties, Astrud Gilberto formed a group, a sextet comprised of piano, bass, drums, trombone, guitar and percussion.
- Opus 123 'Walden' (2008) lyric tenor & octet - flute, clarinet, 2 violins, viola, cello, double bass & piano.
- Like most piano quintets, it is written for piano and string quartet (two violins, viola and cello).
- Quintet for piano, 2 violins, viola and cello in F minor, op.
- Suzuki Method Core Materials available for piano, violin, viola, cello, string bass, flute, harp, guitar, and recorder.
- Standard ensembles include the string trio (violin, viola, cello), string quintet (two violins, two violas, cello), and piano trio (piano, violin, cello).
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