musicanth Symphony No. 1 in D minor, "The Gothic" (1919-1927) According to the Guinness Book of World Records, the Gothic Symphony is the largest symphony ever written - larger even than Mahler's Eighth (Symphony of a Thousand). It is the first symphony by British composer William "Havergal" Brian (1876-1972), a contemporary of Granville Bantock, Ralph Vaughan Williams and William Walton. Over the course of his long life, Brian composed 32 symphonies - 8 of them while he was in his nineties.
Notação musical Origem: Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre. O Codex Chigi,textos e pertituras antigas junto com manuscrito musical do século XVI Origem[editar | editar código-fonte] Os primeiros neumas, apenas como marcas junto das palavras. Fragmento de Laon, Metz, meados do século X Transcrição de tablatura para órgão, século XVI. Mode d'emploi du Forum Bienvenue, Voici le mode d'emploi de La Caverne Aux Partitions. La plupart des images que vous verrez ici sont visibles depuis la page d'accueil du forum. Attention, les demandes de partitions ne se font ni par mail, ni par la messagerie privée du forum. Comment poster un message ?
Stephan Beneking This Suite for solo piano is an unique remembrance project, which has grown out of a collaboration between Stephan Beneking, composer based in Berlin, and pianist Hal Freedman from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. (www.youtube.com/user/hmfreedman/) The innocence and beauty of pure piano classical music poses a stark contrast to the horrors of the Third Reich and the Holocaust. The booklet with descriptions about the historical background and scores / sheet music can be downloaded for free here:www.beneking.com/hrs Each piece in the Holocaust Remembrance Suite contains a vital message about the war crimes and atrocities of the past. SheetMusicVideo Nigra sum sed formosa - Giovanni da Palestrina from Canticum Canticorum. CC - Closed Caption Subtitles in English and Latin - click CC in the video window to view. Uploaded in HD. Original Latin and English Translation below. Published in1584, Motettorum liber quartus ex Canticis canticorum, 5vv Rome, No.3 of Canticum Canticorum / Song of Songs / Songs of Solomon' - Chapter 1 - Verses 4 through 5. Disclaimer: The adverts in this video are provided on behalf of the claimant (WMG) and YouTube only.
Solfège Many music education methods use solfège to teach pitch and sight-reading, most notably the Kodály Method. The technique of solfège involves assigning the notes of a scale a particular syllable, and then practicing by singing different note sequences using these syllables. The sequences gradually get more difficult in terms of intervals and rhythms used. The seven syllables commonly used for this practice in English-speaking countries are: do (or doh in tonic sol-fa), re, mi, fa, sol (or so in tonic sol-fa), la, and ti. In other languages, si is used (see below) for the seventh scale tone.
newagepiano.net - New Age Piano News It may sound like something from times past – romantically-inspired music full of tenderness and longing dedicated to one’s true love – yet My Beloved proves that love’s inspiration is as timeless and relevant as ever. Today, internationally-renowned pianist and composer Michael Dulin celebrates the release of his latest work, My Beloved, an intensely personal solo piano album dedicated to his wife, Jan. Equity Digital Music of Birmingham, AL, is releasing the album, which will be available for sale both physically and digitally on all major online music stores, and on the artist’s own website at www.michaeldulin.com. My Beloved – A Solo Piano Love Story is a beautifully melodic and passionate testament to enduring love, blending classic and contemporary influences to create a 12-song collection that critics are saying "makes every time you listen to it feel like Valentine's Day."
Romantic and Modern Music Channel The russian pianist Boris Berezovsky performs this prelude op. 23 no. 5 in G minor by Sergueï Rachmaninov.Sergei Rachmaninoff completed his Prelude in G minor, Op. 23, No. 5 in 1901. It was included in his Opus 23 set of ten preludes despite having been written two years earlier than the other nine. It epitomizes Rachmaninoff's Russian nationalism, rich in full chords an evocative theme. Rachmaninoff himself premiered the piece in Moscow on February 10, 1903, along with Preludes No. 1 and 2 from Op. 23.The Prelude's taut structure is in ternary form, consisting of an opening "A" section with punctuated sixteenth-note chords (marked Alla marcia), a more lyrical and melancholy "B" section with sweeping arpeggios in the left hand (marked Poco meno mosso), a transition into the original tempo, and a recapitulation of the initial march.The Alla marcia section is in itself in ternary ABA form.
thenameisgsarci I KNOW, THE "LATE APRIL FOOLS DAY TRIBUTE" WAS SUPPOSED TO BE ONLY YESTERDAY, I BUT I DECIDED TO EXTEND IT UNTIL TODAY, APRIL 7, 2015, PHILIPPINE STANDARD TIME. SO HERE YOU GO -- THE "EXTENDED LATE APRIL FOOLS DAY TRIBUTE." ENJOY. Ashish Xiangyi Kumar This keyboard concerto is a transcription of the 4th Brandenburg Concerto for two recorders and violin, with the keyboard taking over the part of the violin (with some added continuo). If anyone ever entertained the silly notion that Bach was some fusty fugal specialist, this should disabuse them of that thought. This piece is a complete joy to listen to. The orchestration is nothing short of brilliant, with the three instrumental families deployed giving the entire work a huge range of colour. The writing for the keyboard is extraordinarily varied (see the fughetta-like texture of the entire last movement), and features some stunning virtuoso passages and strikingly dramatic moments (see 3:00, 5:14 - 5:21, 10:33, 12:09, the startling textures at 12:46 - 13:06, the dramatic coda of the 3rd movement) I quite honestly don't recall any other piece where scalar keyboard passages are poised in such perfect balance with other instruments.
James Kibbie - Bach Organ Works - Download download in groups Complete works organized into 13 groups for download. (Individual works may be downloaded via the catalog or search pages) The links below are to .zip archives containing 256kbps AAC encoded versions of the recordings. After downloading a .zip archive, uncompress it and import the folder of audio files into iTunes or a similar application. All 13 groups are available for download via box.com where they can be downloaded all at once.
License The purpose of this web site operated by the Internationale Stiftung Mozarteum in cooperation with the Packard Humanities Institute is to make Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's musical compositions widely and conveniently accessible to the public, for personal study and for educational and classroom use. Wholesale downloading or reuse of the contents of this website is prohibited under all circumstances, whether commercial or otherwise. I agree to use this web site only for personal study and not to make copies except for my personal use under "Fair Use" principles of Copyright law The digitized version offers the musical text and the critical commentaries of the entire Neue Mozart-Ausgabe, edited by the Internationale Stiftung Mozart in cooperation with the Mozart cities of Augsburg, Salzburg, and Vienna. The printed edition has been published by Bärenreiter-Verlag (www.mozart-portal.de and www.baerenreiter.com).
Audiences hate modern classical music because their brains cannot cope "The brain is a pattern seeking organ, so it looks for patterns in music to make sense of what we hear. The music of Bach, for example, embodies a lot of the pattern forming process. "Some of the things that were done by those composers such as Schoenberg undermined this cognitive aid for making music easier to understand and follow. Music and Emotions in the Brain: Familiarity Matters Abstract The importance of music in our daily life has given rise to an increased number of studies addressing the brain regions involved in its appreciation. Some of these studies controlled only for the familiarity of the stimuli, while others relied on pleasantness ratings, and others still on musical preferences. With a listening test and a functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) experiment, we wished to clarify the role of familiarity in the brain correlates of music appreciation by controlling, in the same study, for both familiarity and musical preferences. First, we conducted a listening test, in which participants rated the familiarity and liking of song excerpts from the pop/rock repertoire, allowing us to select a personalized set of stimuli per subject. Then, we used a passive listening paradigm in fMRI to study music appreciation in a naturalistic condition with increased ecological value.