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- His repertoire was mainly classical, including concertos by Hummel and Beethoven.
- The repertoire was drawn in part from folk sources, but even more from folk-influenced singer-songwriters such as Bob Dylan.
- Its repertoire is very extensive, ranging from the major romantic and classical ballets to creations by contemporary choreographers.
- His repertoire is all-encompassing with the exception of atonal music, and he seems able to successfully perform music of any period he chooses.
- The repertoire is broad, with inspiration drawn right from Bournonville through Balanchine to the Beatles.
- She had a huge repertoire and was best known for her work in Giselle and in Agnes de Mille's Fall River Legend.
- Her musical repertoire consisted largely of American folk music, blues, jazz, and spirituals.
- Because of his characteristic use of "rich harmonies" throughout his musical repertoire, many of his songs have been adapted by the jazz community.
- Much of his piano music, chamber music, vocal music and orchestral music has entered the standard concert repertoire.
- Today, the opera is seldom performed, but the overture has won a place in standard concert repertoire, and it is certainly a rousing opening piece.
- He had a wide repertoire and could practically play any well-known piece by any important composer from Scarlatti to Liszt on demand, from memory.
- But he had a very wide repertoire that included works by Frédéric Chopin, Ludwig van Beethoven, Sergei Prokofiev and Dmitri Kabalevsky.
- At Juilliard Tureck studied with Olga Samaroff, and by the time she graduated she was a pianist of distinction with a wide repertoire.
- The Choir's national and international repertoire includes medieval, renaissance, baroque, classical, romantic praise and worship music.
- It is now a part of the international repertoire of piano music and is played constantly throughout the world.
- She danced main parts in both the Bournonville and the international repertoire.
- The music of Tom Jobim has been adopted by jazz musicians around the world and has become a permanent part of the jazz repertoire.
- The Danish GM Lars Schandorff born 1965 provides you in this latest Quality chess book with a complete repertoire for white on the moves 1.d4 d5 2.c4.
- A complete repertoire of dirty tricks in the opening, playing e4 with white and as Black against each of 1.e4, 1.
- These companies built on a repertoire of standard Russian classics such as Swan Lake, The Nutcracker and Sleeping Beauty.
- But if one had to choose a single ballet from the classical repertoire as the best example of its kind, it might have to be The Sleeping Beauty.
- Here he had opportunity to not only play the organ but also compose for it and play a more varied repertoire of concert music with the dukes' ensemble.
- We will present a varied repertoire that includes The Sleeping Beauty and Manon as well as recent work from our Resident Choreographer, Wayne McGregor.
- GBT performs classical and contemporary ballet, from full length ballets to a widely varied repertoire.
- You have a great advantage when you know the opening better than your opponent does, and you do not need a vast repertoire.
- During Nissinen's performance career his vast repertoire ranged from classical to contemporary works.
- Because there is such a vast repertoire of this music today, there are very few ghazal composers, even in India.
- The Acrobatic Whales: Humpbacks have a repertoire of spectacular acrobatic behaviors.
- Humpbacks have a diverse repertoire of feeding methods, including the bubble net feeding technique.
- She had a diverse repertoire that included roles by Wagner, Richard Strauss, Mozart, and Arnold Schoenberg.
- Semele is performed regularly in concert halls and ocassionally staged as an opera, but is not part of the standard operatic repertoire.
- After Manon and Werther, Thaïs is one of Massenet's most performed operas, but it is not part of the standard operatic repertoire.
- With an inclination towards contemporary music, he joined the Musique Nouvelle Ensemble where he has a very large repertoire of contemporary music.
- Wikipedia has developed a large repertoire of articles about music.
- Opening repertoire is a very tricky thing to work on.
- I'll be playing a completely new opening repertoire for the first time (that as of this post I know maybe half of).
- The repertoire included not only Western Swing, but also a wide variety of other popular styles and themes.
- The standard repertoire for classical guitar includes many transcriptions or arrangements of Renaissance lute music.
- Both Billy May and Barnet (sometimes under the name Dale Bennett) contributed many fine songs and arrangements to this bands repertoire.
- A feature of a Julian Joseph concert is the wide-ranging repertoire of original compositions and arrangements upon which he draws.
- Anne-Sophie Mutter is bringing a new repertoire - including two premieres - to concert halls in 2007.
- Since its premiere in 1956, "Divertimento N°15" is still part of the repertoire of the New York City Ballet and every performance is widely acclaimed.
- Marc Minkowski is not a conductor known for conventionalism, whether it be his interpretations or the repertoire itself.
- Sequeira Costa (born July 18, 1929, Luanda, Angola) is a Portuguese pianist who is especially admired for his interpretations of the Romantic repertoire.
- The Chorus of the American Bach Soloists has shone in repertoire from the Baroque and early Classical eras.
- In fact, the chorus has a wide-ranging repertoire that extends from Renaissance to contemporary music.
- The legendary "Father of Bluegrass" demonstrates the amazing mandolin technique and repertoire that have made him world famous.
- In 2002, Meunier joined American Ballet Theatre where she added the classics, Tudor, and Kylian to her repertoire.
- Fischer knows his way around this repertoire and draws some brilliant playing from the Budapest Festival Orchestra.
- Fischer was a specialist in a very limited repertoire of white and black moves and Karpov and Kasparov could play anything.
- Fischer also expanded his opening repertoire during the 1972 match.
- His repertoire closely resembled Copeau’s offerings: Molière, Shakespeare, and Marivaux.
- Under his leadership, the company added many works by Frederick Ashton to the repertoire.
- The rest of the company was evacuated to Perm, where it not only performed operas from the repertoire of past years, but also staged several new productions.
- The company has a great, diverse repertoire, from world class choreographers.
- Symphony - The repertoire for 2006 promises an inspiring mix with wonderful soloists, some old friends, and some new works in our 75th anniversary season.
- The Symphony was known for performing more colorful French and Russian works than the Philharmonic, which excelled in German repertoire.
- The popular "Unfinished" Symphony and Schubert's final symphonic creation are time-honored standards of the orchestral repertoire.
- His symphonies and string quartets are mainstays of the repertoire.
- Franz Berwald - Portrait, major works in chamber music and symphonies, and links from Classical Net Basic Repertoire List.
- More than any conductor in this repertoire since Klemperer, van Zweden brings the wind into democratic equality with the strings.
- A roster of Toronto's finest woodwinds, brass and percussion joins the strings for programs drawn from the full range of chamber orchestra repertoire.
- His repertoire includes harpsichord and organ music from every historical era up to and including the present day.
- This harpsichord is not only ideal for beginners, but also for more advanced musicians wanting to explore the early keyboard repertoire.
- However as a solo pianist, Myra Hess originally had a wide-ranging repertoire including contemporary composers and virtuoso showpieces.
- Her repertoire ranges from Bach to contemporary composers and includes over fifty concertos.
- From choreographing her dancers to selecting the repertoire of her band, Bennett incorporated contemporary pop covers and jazz standards in her shows.
- It is very rewarding to see each new generation of dancers challenged by our rich repertoire.
- Also, because the Verdi Baritone is in fact simply a subset of the Dramatic Baritone, many singers perform roles from both sets of repertoire.
- There he broadened his repertoire, learning more than 20 new roles in only 15 months with the company.
- He soon became a principal dancer with a large repertoire of roles, most notably The Prodigal Son.
- Their repertoire drew heavily on tunes from the Humblebums and Flatt and Scruggs.
- Anything can happen at a John Hammond concert, and he selects tunes from his vast repertoire like buckets of water from a well.
- Their repertoire includes Ellington and Basie standards, pop, jazz, ballads, big band classics and, of course, The Tonight Show theme.
- In addition to music written for concert band their repertoire includes contemporary, classical, patriotic, pop, marches and Broadway show tunes.
- In 2001, Charlotte Church added more pop, swing, and Broadway to her classical repertoire with her album Enchantment.
- He performs music from a wide repertoire, but has especially championed the music of Frédéric Chopin, Charles-Valentin Alkan and George Gershwin.
- Later, she also recorded albums with the repertoire of George Gershwin and Antonio Carlos Jobim with the same orchestra, which were great successes.
- George Gershwin (1898-1937) owes his place in the standard operatic repertoire to Porgy and Bess.
- His repertoire includes gospel, funk, jazz, rhythm and blues, merengue, and salsa.
- A group consisting of 5 men & a lady whose repertoire ranges from the genres of funk and soul, with a sprinkle of pop and jazz.
- A "film-machine" (dozens of titles per year), his repertoire was frequently repeated, but never ennoying (if not the austere Film critics).
- As duo with Thomas Brogsitter she performs a wide range of repertoire for piano and violin.
- He was known for his solo performances in a very wide range of repertoire (from Baroque music to contemporary), gaining fame as a chamber music performer.
- His repertoire includes a wide range of styles, such as bossa nova, choro, samba, and MPB to name a few.
- It has also a large repertoire of styles, which involve only percussion music such as the talavadya performances famous in South India.
- However, in other styles, such as Baroque repertoire, vibrato is used only rarely, as an ornament.
- Now under the tutelage of Dominique Eade at the Conservatory, Rachael is focusing on repertoire, improvisation and style, among other things.
- Duke Ellington, a member of ASCAP, virtually lost the use of his repertoire for radio broadcasts.
- The second reason is the repertoire: look at the amount of time a pianist has to spend alone with his piano.
- A concerto on nearly every major pianist's repertoire, it presents considerable technical challenges to the performer.
- Another pianist, Dick Katz, put his finger on the style: " "He has a vast repertoire of the great song composers such as Gershwin.
- Official site includes upcoming events, profiles, repertoire, and CD information for the blues band from Montana.
- Official site of one of the new generation of Russian classical violinists contains biography, photos, a numerous sound clips, and a repertoire list.
- Francis Poulenc - Biography including links to related people, photograph, and selected discography from the Classical Net Basic Repertoire List.
- Jazz Connection - Biography, schedule, repertoire, and photos for the jazz and soul band.
- His piano compositions include works such as his Piano Sonata in B minor, and two piano concerto s, which have entered the standard repertoire.
- His piano compositions include works such as his Piano Sonata in B minor, and two piano concertos, which have entered the standard repertoire.
- The standard repertoire for chamber ensembles is rich, and the totality of chamber music in print in sheet music form is nearly boundless.
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