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Wandering song (Kerner, set by Robert Alexander Schumann, Julius André) (The Lied, Art Song, and Choral Texts Archive: Texts and Translations to Lieder, mélodies, canzoni, and other classical vocal music)Language: German Wohlauf! noch getrunken den funkelnden Wein! Ade nun, ihr Lieben!
When you’re working toward a degree, chances are you’ll take all the help you can get to make your studies just a little bit easier. If you’ve searched high and low for some assistance in completing your homework assignments, you’re not alone. But sometimes, the things that lend a helping hand are more surprising than you’d think. For instance, trying a little music therapy on yourself might be the key to acing that next exam. You might not always notice it, but music is all around—from the stereo in your car to the music piped in at department stores. And you also may not be aware that music has a wide array of impacts on your health: Studies show that music has a strong effect on your mood levels and emotions, and also on how you think and your general intelligence.
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Goethe-Gedichte Selected German verse by J.W. Goethe in a dual-language format A Goethe poem in the original German with a line-by-line poetic translation in English. NOTE: Paul Dukas composed the tone-poem “The Sorcerer's Apprentice,” based on this poem/story.
(First time using “Explore the score?” Just click on the hyperlinks within the text to hear the musical excerpts.) “Here is something truly symphonic, a gesture worthy to introduce a great work…”
How to construct chords - Piano Clues: Free tips and lessons for playing piano, organ and electronic keyboardYou don’t need a “1000 Chords Dictionary” to be able to read and play chords. You can learn how to form chords on your own, because chords are built using simple formulas. A chord is three or more notes played at the same time. It’s as simple as that. Of course, the trick is to know which three notes…
C Major Scale (no sharps or flats) C D E F G A B C G Major Scale (1 sharp) G A B C D E F# G D Major Scale (2 sharps) D E F# G A B C# D A Major Scale (3 sharps) A B C# D E F# G# A E Major Scale (4 sharps) E F# G# A B C# D# E B Major Scale (5 sharps) B C# D# E F# G# A# B
" Arirang " ( Korean : "아리랑") is a Korean folk song , often considered the unofficial national anthem of Korea. [ 1 ] In December 2012, the song was inscribed on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity programme by UNESCO . [ 2 ] [ 3 ] This was followed by an announcement by the Cultural Heritage Administration of Korea of a five-year plan to promote and preserve the song. The plan is aim to support "Arirang" festivals by regional organizations, as well as building an archive for the song, exhibitions, fund research; of which it has allocated ₩33.6 billion. [ 4 ] [ edit ] Etymology Many versions of the song open by describing the travails the subject of the song encounters while crossing a mountain pass.
6 January 2011 Last updated at 08:10 GMT By Rebecca Morelle Science reporter, BBC News Ripon Cathedral's boy and girl choristers sing Ave Maria - can you hear the magic in their voices? Even to the untrained ear, it is a magical sound. Choir boys, and more recently choir girls, have been enchanting congregations for centuries with their distinctive voices. Some say it is their pure tone, others an angelic shimmer, and then there are those who just cannot put their finger on it at all.
Book Review Notes of a Pianist by Louis Moreau Gottschalk When he died in 1869, Louis Moreau Gottschalk was the most famous musician in the Western Hemisphere. New Orleans's answer to Europe's great virtuosi - the Chopin of the Creoles, as he was called - Gottschalk enjoyed the kind of popularity that today we associate with rock stars. In the smallest towns of the American West, on isolated Caribbean plantations, in war-torn Latin American capitals, listeners turned out by the hundreds and thousands to hear him.
It is very possible that you may know one or two of these composers, but unless you are a student of music or a great classical music fanatic, the chances are you don’t, though you have probably heard some of their music in films. These are not film composers normally – they are classical composers in their own right. They are great pioneers in classical music from the 20th century. As you can see, the Americans dominate the field a little (that may just be my personal preference though.)