Acoustic resonance. Resonance phenomena in sound and musical devices.
Reich Chamber of Culture. The Reich Chamber of Culture (Reichskulturkammer) was a government agency in Nazi Germany.
It was established by law on 22 September 1933 in the course of the Gleichschaltung process at the instigation of Reich Minister Joseph Goebbels as a professional organization of all German creative artists. Defying the competing ambitions of the German Labour Front (DAF) under Goebbels' rival Robert Ley, it was meant to gain control over the entire cultural life in Germany creating and promoting Aryan art consistent with Nazi ideals.
Every artist had to apply for membership on presentation of an Aryan certificate. A rejected inscription de facto resulted in an occupational ban. Structure and organisation Benjamin R. Teitelbaum. American ethnographer Benjamin Raphael Teitelbaum (born January 27, 1983) is an American ethnographer and political commentator.
An Assistant Professor of Ethnomusicology at the University of Colorado, Boulder and former Head of Nordic Studies at the same institution, he is best known for his ethnographic research into far-right groups in Scandinavia and commentary on immigration, and is frequently cited as an expert in Scandinavian and American media. Life and career
Reich Chamber of Music. The Reich Chamber of Music (German: Reichsmusikkammer) was a Nazi institution.
It promoted "good German music" which was composed by Aryans and seen as consistent with Nazi ideals, while suppressing other, "degenerate" music, which included atonal music, jazz, and, especially, music by Jewish composers. The Chamber was founded in 1933 by Joseph Goebbels as part of the Reich Chamber of Culture, and it operated until the fall of the Nazi Germany in 1945.
Functions Cetalingua Project. The Nelson Riddle Collection - The Collection. In, from and beyond Germany. Prominent theorists have decried the 'death' of comparative literature and have pronounced the beginning of a new era 'after' its great theoretical models.
The titles of Gayatri Spivak's Death of a Discipline1 and Terry Eagleton's After Theory2 epitomise these provocative arguments. Is comparative literature dead? Have we seen the last of its theories? And if not, what state is the discipline currently in? Música criolla. Música Criolla or Canción Criolla is a varied genre of Peruvian music that exhibits influences from European, African and Andean music.
The genre's name reflects the coastal culture of Peru, and the local evolution of the term criollo, a word originaly denoting high-status people of full Spanish ancestry, into a more socially inclusive element of the nation. From the presence of waltzes of Viennese origin, mazurkas, with the influence of French and Italian music from Europe, Lima's popular culture was shaped through the transformation and decantation of genres, transforming the musical genres and imported aesthetic patterns in such a way that, even assuming the fashions corresponding to each era, some musical forms were developed and developed that reach the end of the 20th century and identify what is Peruvian.
Among the most representative genres of criollo music are the Peruvian waltz (vals criollo) and the Peruvian polka. Subgenres Vals criollo Polca criolla Untitled. Charles Calello. Charles Calello (born August 24, 1938) is an American singer, composer, conductor, arranger and record producer born in Newark, New Jersey.
Calello attended Newark Arts High School and the Manhattan School of Music, in New York City. His track record of successfully collaborating with various artists to produce or arrange Billboard hit songs led to his nickname in the industry as the "Hit Man". Untitled. Untitled. Joscelyn Godwin. Joscelyn Godwin (born 16 January 1945 at Kelmscott, Oxfordshire, England) is a composer, musicologist, and translator, known for his work on ancient music, paganism, and music in the occult.
Biography He was educated as a chorister at Christ Church Cathedral School, Oxford, then at Radley College (Music Scholar), and Magdalene College, Cambridge (Music Scholar; B.A., 1965, Mus. B., 1966, M.A. 1969). Bibliography Books authored or co-authored Books edited Alessandro Scarlatti, Marco Attilio Regolo. Books translated Advertisements for the unexperienced planters of New-England, or any where. Or, The path-way to experience to erect a plantation With the yearely proceedings of this country in fishing and planting, since the yeare 1614. to the yeare 1630. and their prese. Untitled. ‘This Land Is Your Land’ Is Still Private Property, Court Rules. But on Friday, Woody Guthrie’s “This Land Is Your Land” avoided what had been shaping up as a growing trend affecting the copyright owners of old songs, as the publishers of “This Land” defeated a challenge against it.
In the case, a young musical group called Satorii sued the song’s publishers, Ludlow Music and the Richmond Organization, after paying $45.50 for a license to release a cover version of “This Land Is Your Land,” which Guthrie wrote in 1940. In their complaint — filed by the same lawyers behind the “Happy Birthday” and “We Shall Overcome” suits — the group used a detailed timeline of decades-old paperwork and Guthrie’s own hand-decorated songbooks to argue that Guthrie had essentially forfeited his copyright to the song decades ago by failing to renew it properly. They asked for the song’s copyright to be declared invalid, which would have put “This Land” in the public domain. But for “This Land,” the case ended up hinging on other legal details. Mark C. Paul V. Untitled. List of pre-1920 jazz standards.
Jazz standards are musical compositions that are widely known, performed and recorded by jazz artists as part of the genre's musical repertoire.
This list includes compositions written before 1920 that are considered standards by at least one major fake book publication or reference work. Some of the tunes listed were instant hits and quickly became well-known standards, while others were popularized later. List of pre-1920 jazz standards. Untitled. Musician and performer Daniel Decatur Emmett was born in Mount Vernon, Ohio, on October 29, 1815. As a child, Emmett had an interest in music. He taught himself how to play the fiddle and began composing his own songs. At the age of seventeen, Emmett enlisted in the United States Army and served as a fife player. When he left the army in 1835, Emmett joined a traveling circus. Later he became associated with minstrel shows and helped to define that genre. Emmett is best known for his musical compositions. Emmett continued to travel the country in minstrel shows until he was eighty.
Untitled. "Cindy" ("Cindy, Cindy") is a popular American folk song. According to John Lomax, the song originated in North Carolina.  In the early and middle 20th century, "Cindy" was included in the songbooks used in many elementary school music programs as an example of folk music. One of the earliest versions of "Cindy" is found in Anne Virginia Culbertson's collection of Negro folktales (At the Big House, where Aunt Nancy and Aunt 'Phrony Held Forth on the Animal Folks, Bobbs-Merrill, 1904) where one of her characters, Tim, "sang a plantation song named 'Cindy Ann'," the first verse and refrain of which are: The tune is taken from the spiritual "The Gospel Train", also known as "Get on Board Little Children". Untitled. "Dixie" had originated in the minstrel shows of the 1850s and quickly became popular throughout the United States.
During the American Civil War, it was adopted as a de facto national anthem of the Confederacy. New versions appeared at this time that more explicitly tied the song to the events of the Civil War. Detail from a playbill of the Bryant's Minstrels depicting the first part of a walkaround, dated December 19, 1859 Both Union and Confederate composers produced war versions of the song during the American Civil War. These variants standardized the spelling and made the song more militant, replacing the slave scenario with specific references to the conflict or to Northern or Southern pride. A second "unofficial" Union version was popular among Union troops, referred to as Union Dixie:
Low Bridge (song) Scotty Moore - Municipal Auditorium - New Orleans, LA. Alex Chilton's Death About His Lifestyle, not Lack of Insurance – Mackinac Center. The recent death of Alex Chilton apparently wasn't as much from a heart attack as it was a lack of nationalized health insurance, if one is to believe Facebook comments prompted by a recent article by Keith Spera of The Times-Picayune. "Cause, meet effect," wrote a prominent music critic friend of mine. In response, another wrote: "This is so sad, and makes me so angry... that someone would end up dying because they don't have insurance. " Johann Baumgartner. Johann Baptist Baumgartner (även Baumgärtner), född 1723 i Augsburg, död 18 maj 1782 i Eichstätt, var en tysk cellist och tonsättare.
Baumgartner var anställd vid hovet i Augsburg. Från 1768 gjorde han en rad konsertturnéer till bland annat England, Holland, Sverige, Danmark och i Tyskland. Han bodde en tid i Amsterdam och gav ut en lärobok i cellospel med titeln "Instructions de musique, théorique et pratique, à l’usage du violoncelle. " Official Discography. How to Better Organize Your Sample Library — SonicScoop. Does the thought of organizing your sprawling sample library make your stomach churn? If it does, then perfect, because I’m going to be showing you how you can turn that horrible nausea-inducing mess of Vengeance and Cymatics samples into a neat and tidy sample library. As the size of your sample library increases, organizing it can become more difficult.
So it’s essential to find ways of organizing a massive number of sounds, while still allowing yourself to access the information you’ve stored easily. Harmony Society. Under its founder and spiritual leader, Johann Georg Rapp (1757–1847); Frederick (Reichert) Rapp (1775–1834), his adopted son who managed its business affairs; and their associates, the Society existed for one hundred years, roughly from 1805 until 1905. The Isle of the Dead. Suite for Violoncello — Daron Hagen.
The Haçienda. African American Oral Traditions in Louisiana. By Mona Lisa Saloy Since Africans were transported as slaves to America, Black Americans have nurtured and created a dynamic culture within a climate of intense racial, social, and economic exploitation and injustice. They developed kinship networks, religious beliefs, and families infused with their values and race knowledge. Combinatoriality.
In music using the twelve tone technique, combinatoriality is a quality shared by twelve-tone tone rows whereby each section of a row and a proportionate number of its transformations combine to form aggregates (all twelve tones). Much as the pitches of an aggregate created by a tone row do not need to occur simultaneously, the pitches of a combinatorially created aggregate need not occur simultaneously. Cartoon Composer Scott Bradley. When the MGM cartoon studio closed in 1957, not all the employees followed producers Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera to their brand-new animation operation.
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