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LATE RENAISSANCE
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SHAMISEN
MUSICAL CULTURES
POWERFUL VOCAL MUSIC
FAKIR AFTABUDDIN
COMPOSING VOCAL MUSIC
WESTERN ART MUSIC TRADITION
DADIAO
BAROQUE VOCAL MUSIC
GWALIOR GHARANA
SANGEET NATAK AKADEMI AWARD
TABLA
PLAY VOCAL MUSIC
INDIAN CLASSICAL VOCAL MUSIC
CLASSICAL VOCAL MUSIC
CHINESE VOCAL MUSIC
SACRED VOCAL MUSIC
MEANING
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AGE
PART
MOTET
RENAISSANCE
MUSICAL ENSEMBLE
ENSEMBLE
TIME
GRAHAM
PIECE
SONGS
LISTENERS
FIRST
CHORUS
STYLES
CLASSICAL MUSIC
FLUTE
PERFORMER
VOICE
LYRICS
DHRUPAD
GENRE
STYLE
DRUMMING
WORKS
CHAMBER
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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

Definitions

  1. Vocal music is a genre of music performed by one or more singers, with or without instrumental accompaniment, in which singing (i.e. (Web site)
  2. Vocal music was considered the heart of the musical experience, and symphonies were supposed to provide preludes, interludes and postludes to this. (Web site)
  3. Vocal music is probably the oldest form of music, since it does not require any other instruments other than the human voice.
  4. Vocal music is music intended for performance mainly by singers.
  5. Vocal music is written in many different forms and styles which are often labeled within a particular genre of music. (Web site)

Late Renaissance

  1. Zacconi's treatises are an invaluable guide to study of performance practice of vocal music of the very late Renaissance. (Web site)

Prolific Composer

  1. He was a prolific composer, principally in vocal music of all kinds. (Web site)

Shamisen

  1. The shamisen is used for accompaniment of two types of vocal music: melodious singing and narrative singing.

Musical Cultures

  1. All musical cultures have some form of vocal music. (Web site)

Powerful Vocal Music

  1. If you like powerful vocal music you MUST add this CD to your collection.

Fakir Aftabuddin

  1. He studied vocal music from his father and drums from his uncle, Fakir Aftabuddin. (Web site)

Composing Vocal Music

  1. However, composing instrumental music is an entirely different field than composing vocal music. (Web site)

Western Art Music Tradition

  1. In the Western art music tradition, vocal music arranged for four singers in an opera or choral work is referred to as a quartet.
  2. Western art music In the Western art music tradition, vocal music arranged for four singers in an opera or choral work is referred to as a quartet. (Web site)

Dadiao

  1. The vocal music of Guangxi wenchang is divided into dadiao and xiaodiao.

Baroque Vocal Music

  1. Australian baroque brass: australia s finest baroque trumpets and period instrument ensemble, also featuring the best of baroque vocal music.

Gwalior Gharana

  1. At the young age of seven, he began his basic training in Vocal Music from Pandit Vishnu A. Ghag of Gwalior Gharana from 1967 to 1984.
  2. He was also born in a family of musicians, received intensive training in Hindustani Classical Vocal music from Pt V.U.Rajurkar of Gwalior Gharana.

Sangeet Natak Akademi Award

  1. She received the Sangeet Natak Akademi award for vocal music and a mere Padma Shri a few years before her death.

Tabla

  1. When Ghosh returned to India, she came to study vocal music with Ali Akbar Khan at AACM and tabla with Zakir Hussain.
  2. He started his training with vocal music and tabla at the tender age of three. (Web site)

Play Vocal Music

  1. There is little notion of Opera as a multimedia experience as a complete work of art, just as a more interesting way to play vocal music. (Web site)
  2. Essentially, the saxophone was marketed as the easy way to play vocal music on a woodwind. (Web site)

Indian Classical Vocal Music

  1. Kirana, a small village north of New Delhi, produced many of the giants of Indian classical vocal music.
  2. Tappa is a form of Indian classical vocal music whose specialty is its rolling pace based on fast, subtle, knotty construction.

Classical Vocal Music

  1. He learnt classical vocal music from Prem Sangeet Niketan, Kashmir at age 10. (Web site)

Chinese Vocal Music

  1. Chinese vocal music has traditionally been sung in a thin, non-resonant voice or in falsetto and is usually solo rather than choral.
  2. Apart from opera, Chinese vocal music is represented by folk song that spans far-flung regions and numerous ethnic minorities in the country.

Sacred Vocal Music

  1. Like his brother, who shared some features of his career, he was largely a composer of sacred vocal music. (Web site)

Meaning

  1. It was fashionable not long ago to write vocal music that treated syllables of words independently, oblivious to their meaning. (Web site)
  2. The melody of vocal music is limited by the fact that melodic inflection influences the meaning of a word. (Web site)

English

  1. If it was vocal music, the words would be in English, despite the critics who declared English an unsingable language.

Separate

  1. The art song became its own special category of vocal music - separate from folk song, operatic aria, and popular song.

Age

  1. Ashish Started his musical training at an early age, first learning the sitar and subsequently vocal music.
  2. Ashish Sankrityayan started his musical education at an early age - first learning the Sitar as a child and later vocal music.
  3. He had studied vocal music and sitar since the age of four but grew up as a normal healthy boy with interest in cricket and other sports. (Web site)

Part

  1. Mr. Li Zong, President of NTDTV, said that the vocal music competition is a part of an international music series aimed at bridging the East and the West.

Motet

  1. Liturgical practice dictated that the mass and the motet remain the chief forms of sacred vocal music. (Web site)

Renaissance

  1. See also The Tallis Scholars, a modern group of musicians specializing in vocal music from the Renaissance.

Musical Ensemble

  1. A musical ensemble is a group of two or more musicians who perform instrumental or vocal music.

Ensemble

  1. Solo and ensemble instrumental music derived from vocal music.

Time

  1. From this time on Scarlatti hardly composed any more vocal music, but confined himself to the writing of several hundred harpsichord sonatas. (Web site)

Graham

  1. The Baits style is vocal music in Sanhoon (low voice) or Graham (high voice).

Piece

  1. Every piece of vocal music, moreover, carries its explanatory programme in its words. (Web site)

Songs

  1. Vocal music and songs are an important part of all West African cultures. (Web site)

Listeners

  1. For listeners with a very deep interest in Buxtehude, Naxos' Dietrich Buxtehude: Vocal Music 1 might well address a certain need. (Web site)

First

  1. The term sonata is first found in the 17th century, when instrumental music had just begun to separate itself from vocal music. (Web site)
  2. There are 2 modes of training for instrumental, one which is purely instrumental, and the other who first receive training in vocal music.

Chorus

  1. The chorus performs a highly–structured piece of vocal music of at least an hour in length. (Web site)

Styles

  1. Instrumental music is usually similar to vocal music but sometimes there are distinctive instrumental styles. (Web site)
  2. Italian folk styles are very diverse, and include monophonic, polyphonic, and responsorial song, choral, instrumental and vocal music, and other styles. (Web site)

Classical Music

  1. Apart from classical music, he is also well versed in Rabindra Sangeet and other forms of Indian vocal music.

Flute

  1. He learnt the flute, sitar and vocal music from some very eminent gurus like Jairajgir, Raojibua Belbagkar, Ali Husain Khan, Vilayat Hussain Khan and others.

Performer

  1. Solo song was vocal music that was a solo piece for one performer.

Voice

  1. When his voice was about to distort, his father reduced talim for vocal music and began to teach sarangi more. (Web site)

Lyrics

  1. A short piece of vocal music with lyrics is broadly termed a song.

Dhrupad

  1. Dhrupad is primarily a vocal music, performed by men.
  2. Dhrupad is believed to be the oldest style of classical vocal music performed today in North India. (Web site)
  3. Dhrupad is believed to be the oldest surviving form of North Indian classical vocal music, dating back to the 15th century. (Web site)

Genre

  1. Most of the pieces performed by the Ikuta school have their sources in Jiuta which is a genre of vocal music accompanied by the shamisen.
  2. Even though composing vocal music did not win Debussy the majority of his fame, his abilities in this genre were remarkable. (Web site)

Style

  1. Vocal harmony is a style of vocal music in which a consonant note or notes are sung at the same time as a main melody in a predominantly homophonic texture. (Web site)
  2. Today this style of classical vocal music is even adopted by some of the instrumental gharanas such as Ithawa.

Drumming

  1. Vocal music and drumming is the most important and immediate part of everyday life.

Works

  1. Although Buxtehude's position in Lübeck did not require him to write vocal music, he composed more works for voice than for keyboard or chamber ensemble. (Web site)
  2. Pachelbel was also a prolific vocal music composer: around a hundred of such works survive, including some 40 large-scale works. (Web site)

Chamber

  1. Cowell: Instrumental, Chamber and Vocal Music 1 was recorded for Musical Heritage Society in April 1990, capturing the group in their 24th season. (Web site)
  2. In addition to chamber and vocal music, he composed his last major orchestral works there, the Concerto Grosso No. (Web site)

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