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Arts Education Assessment Framework

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... evaluating, while creating and performing music. 13 Responding Although composers and performers respond to the music they are creating and perform... ...purposes of NAEP the response process focuses on the role of the audience. Composers, improvisers, and performers always seek to elicit a response fro... ...ing the parts of a single arts discipline: for example, combining jazz and classical music, or marrying painting and ceramics. Interdisciplinary can m... ...nal and nonconventional or inventive media) and in style or context (i.e., classical and folk art of all cultures, gender-equitable selections). Infe... ... to record musical ideas, and interpret nonstandard notation used by some 20th-century composers. • When listening to music, can identify musical for... ...sical ideas, and interpret nonstandard notation used by some 20th-century composers. • When listening to music, can identify musical forms • When lis... ...ustain characters that communicate with create and sustain characters from classical, con- audiences. temporary, realistic, and nonrealistic dramati... ...of 1 to 6 (Adv–5e). 2. Interpret nonstandard notation symbols used by some 20th-century composers (Adv–5d). C. Evaluate and Improve Own Singing 1. App... ...of 1 to 6 (Adv–5e). 2. Interpret nonstandard notation symbols used by some 20th-century composers (Adv–5d). F. Evaluate Own Playing 1. Apply specific ...

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20th-century classical music

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...Periods and eras of Western classical music ... ... c. 1600–1760 Classical era or period c. 1730–1820 ... ... 20th-century classical music was without a dominant style and highly divers... ... 20th-century classical music was without a dominant style and highly diverse. ... ... Electronic music 5 Other notable 20th-century composers 6 See also 7 ... ...ectronic music 5 Other notable 20th-century composers 6 See also 7 ... ... turn of the century, music was characteristically late Romantic in style. Composers such as Gustav Mahler, Richard Strauss and Jean Sibelius were pus... ...ld Schoenberg, Los Angeles, 1948 Many composers reacted to the Post-Romantic and Impressionist styles and moved i... ...are performed today, the influence of futurism on the later development of 20th-century music was enormous. Leo Ornstein, and Edgard Varèse are among ...

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Letters of Franz Liszt, Vol. 2 from Rome to the End

By: Constance Bache

...music to a narrow range of moral values and ideals. He would have rejected 20th-century music that entertained cynical notions of any kind, or notions... ...mbati [A pupil of Liszt's, and now one of the first pianoforte players and composers of Italy; has been, since 1871, Professor at the Academia Sta. Ce... ...ven in conjunction with it, especially of Gluck's Operas; as also an ultra-classical Oratorio of Handel's might well be given over to the Carlsruhe Vo... ...o regard my things as a reserve corps, and to introduce new works by other composers. This will sufficiently intimate that the "Legend of St. Elizabet... ...ly a few days after your letter (of 26th June). Mililotti [Director of the Classical Music Association in Rome; he had requested Professor Riedel to s... ...and my "Ave Maria" (chorus-score and voice parts, for a performance at the Classical Concerts conducted by Mililotti). It would be advisable, owing to... ... knowledge, his frequent and close connection with virtuosi and celebrated composers, and his practical experience of the best-known works and orchest...

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Composers Recordings, Inc.

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...I) was an American record label dedicated to the recording of contemporary classical music by American composers. It was founded in 1954 by Otto Lueni... ...bel dedicated to the recording of contemporary classical music by American composers. It was founded in 1954 by Otto Luening, Douglas Moore, and Olive... ...ordings were transferred to New World Records in 2006. Composers with CRI releases (selective list) ... ...els External links Composers Recordings Inc. Records, 1946-2007 Music Division, New York Publi... ... Record labels disestablished in 2003 Contemporary classical music 20th-century classical music ... ...3 Contemporary classical music 20th-century classical music Classical music record l... ...c 20th-century classical music Classical music record labels Defunct record labels o... ...3 Contemporary classical music 20th-century classical music Classical music record l...

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Letters of Franz Liszt, Vol. 2 : From Rome to the End

By: Franz Liszt

...usic to a narrow range of moral values and ideals. He would have rejected 20th-century music that entertained cynical notions of any kind, or notio... ...bati [A pupil of Liszt's, and now one of the first pianoforte players and composers of Italy; has been, since 1871, Professor at the Academia Sta. C... ...en in conjunction with it, especially of Gluck's Operas; as also an ultra-classical Oratorio of Handel's might well be given over to the Carlsruhe V... ... regard my things as a reserve corps, and to introduce new works by other composers. This will sufficiently intimate that the "Legend of St. Eliz... ...y a few days after your letter (of 26th June). Mililotti [Director of the Classical Music Association in Rome; he had requested Professor Riedel to ... ...nd my "Ave Maria" (chorus-score and voice parts, for a performance at the Classical Concerts conducted by Mililotti). It would be advisable, owing t... ...nowledge, his frequent and close connection with virtuosi and celebrated composers, and his practical experience of the best-known works and orches...

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Classical music

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...Montage of some great classical music composers. From left to right: Top row: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart,... ... bottom row: Aram Khachaturian Classical music is art music produced or rooted in the traditions of Wester... ... which is known as the common practice period. The major time divisions of classical music are the early music period, which includes Medieval (500–14... ...1600), the Common practice period, which includes the Baroque (1600–1750), Classical (1750–1830) and Romantic (1804–1949) periods, and the modern and ... ... in use since about the 16th century.[2] Western staff notation is used by composers to prescribe to the performer the pitch, speed, meter, individual... ... 2.4 20th-century, modern, and contemporary music ... ...a long time," a statement made rather moot when one considers contemporary composers who are described as classical; or music that has certain instrum... ...ine their period. The prefix neo is used to describe a 20th-century or contemporary composition written in the style of an earlier... ...al music of their homelands in their compositions.[28] 20th-century, modern, and contemporary music ...

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Letters of Franz Liszt, Vol. 1, From Paris to Rome : Years of Travel as a Virtuoso

By: Franz Liszt

...usic to a narrow range of moral values and ideals. He would have rejected 20th-century music that entertained cynical notions of any kind, or notion... ...music. Artists and amateurs, professors and pupils, critics and virtuosi; composers and theorists--all will have something to gain from it, and a pa... ...us, under the pseudonym W. Neumann, published the set of biographies "The Composers of Recent Times" (Balde, Cassel).] you have rightly found the ma... ...and notoriously cuts himself off from the thick mass of so-called pianist composers who don't know what playing means, and still less with what fuel... ...ris Letters (about the Exhibition), and is translating Suetonius for the Classical Library coming out at Stuttgart. He told me that there is a pass... ...e public, that the recognition of posterity alone impresses the stamp of "classical" upon works, in the same way as facts and history are establishe... ... through carelessness and fickleness; I might call it the Pilate offence. Classical doing, and classical playing, which have become the fashion of l...

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Chronological lists of classical composers

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... The following are lists of classical composers sorted by chronological order. ... ... The following are lists of classical composers sorted by chronological order. ... ...order. By era or style List of Medieval composers List of Renaissance compos... ... List of Renaissance composers List of Baroque composers List of Classical era comp... ...sers List of Baroque composers List of Classical era composers List of Roma... ... List of Romantic era composers List of 20th-century classical composers by birth date ... ... List of Romantic era composers List of 20th-century classical composers by birth date ...

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Letters of Franz Liszt, Vol. 1 from Paris to Rome : Years of Travel as a Virtuoso

...music to a narrow range of moral values and ideals. He would have rejected 20th-century music that entertained cynical notions of any kind, or notions... ... music. Artists and amateurs, professors and pupils, critics and virtuosi; composers and theorists—all will have something to gain from it, and a part... ...ius, under the pseudonym W. Neumann, published the set of biographies "The Composers of Recent Times" (Balde, Cassel).] you have rightly found the man... ... and notoriously cuts himself off from the thick mass of so-called pianist composers who don't know what playing means, and still less with what fuel ... ...Paris Letters (about the Exhibition), and is translating Suetonius for the Classical Library coming out at Stuttgart. He told me that there is a passa... ...he public, that the recognition of posterity alone impresses the stamp of "classical" upon works, in the same way as facts and history are established... ...y through carelessness and fickleness; I might call it the Pilate offence. Classical doing, and classical playing, which have become the fashion of la...

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List of classical music composers by era

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...This is a list of classical music composers by era. Contents ... ... Baroque era 3 Classical era 4 Romantic era 5 ... ... Medieval era See the List of Medieval composers and Medieval music. Renaissance era ... ... Renaissance era See the List of Renaissance composers and Renaissance music. Baroque era ... ...See the List of Baroque composers and Baroque music. Classical era See the List of Classical era composers an... ...assical era See the List of Classical era composers and Classical period (music). Romantic era ... ...c. 20th century See the List of 20th-century classical composers by birth date and 20th-century classical m...

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Chronological lists of classical composers by nationality

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... The following is a list of major composers by nationality: ... ...  Albania see the Chronological list of Albanian classical composers  Argentina ... ...  Albania see the Chronological list of Albanian classical composers  Argentina ... ...  Argentina see the Chronological list of Argentine classical composers  Armenia ... ...  Argentina see the Chronological list of Argentine classical composers  Armenia ... ...  Armenia see the Chronological list of Armenian classical composers  Australia ... ..., Swiss vice-counsel to Canton, China Ernest Bloch (1880–1959), 20th-century composer, known for the "Jewish nationalist" sou...

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20th-century music

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...lvis Presley in 1957's Jailhouse Rock 20th-century music is defined by the sudden emergence of advanced technolog... ... Contents 1 Classical 1.1 Modernism ... ...1.6 Minimalism 1.7 Contemporary classical music 2 ... ... 7 References Classical Compose... ... Modernism In the early 20th century, many composers, including Gershwin combined classical and jazz idioms. ... ... in British, American, and Latin-American music of the early 20th century. Composers such as Ralph Vaughan Williams, Aaron Copland, Carlos Chávez, and... ...l music In the early decades of the 20th century, composers such as Julián Carrillo, Mildred Couper, Alois Hába, Charles Ives... ...ener working in the holy minimalism variant. For more examples see List of 20th-century classical composers. Contemporary classica... ... a large population of central-European descent. A particularly well-known 20th-century example is Jaromír Vejvoda’s Modřanská polka (1927), which bec...

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Lists of composers

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...This is a list of Lists of composers grouped by various criteria. ... ... Name List of composers by name Gender ... ... Gender List of female composers by name List of female composers by birt... ... List of film score composers List of classical music composers by era List of major ope... ...posers Era List of classical music composers by era List of Medieval ... ... List of Baroque composers List of Classical-era composers List of Romantic-era compo... ... List of Romantic-era composers List of 20th-century classical composers List of 21st-cent...

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Classical period (music)

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...Periods and eras of Western classical music ... ... c. 1600–1760 Classical era or period c. 1730–1820 ... ... The dates of the Classical period in Western music are generally accepted as being between a... ... string quartet, symphony and concerto. The best-known composers from this period are Joseph Haydn, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwi... ...nnese School 5 Classical influence on later composers 6 Classical period instruments ... ... 7 Timeline of Classical composers 8 See also ... ...s 20th-century neoclassicism ... ...gaged in a collaborative effort in the sense that one would associate with 20th-century schools such as the Second Viennese School, or Les Six. Nor is...

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20th century

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... the artistic capital of the world, where both French and foreign writers, composers and visual artists gathered. Movies, mus... ...with Jazz, created a solely American art form. In classical music, composition branched out into many completely new domains,... ...ion around 2100. See also 20th-century events Timeline of modern history ... ... Timeline of modern history 20th-century inventions 20th-century art ... ...y art Modern art List of 20th-century women artists List of notable 20th-ce...

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List of Russian composers

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...w An alphabetical list of significant composers who were born in Russia or worked there for a significant time. ... ...his opera The Tale of Tsar Saltan Other Russian composers Alexander Abramsky (1898–1985), comp... ...nd Nikolai Myaskovsky Valery Gavrilin (1939–1999) 20th-century composer of chamber, vocal, choral and ballet music ... ...luenced by Johannes Brahms, Richard Wagner and Franz Liszt, one of the few composers ever to write a saxophone concerto Reinh... ...Caucasian Sketches Dmitry Kabalevsky (1904–1987), 20th-century composer Vasily Kalinnikov (1866–1901... ... his first symphony Nikolai Kapustin (born 1937), 20th-century composer and pianist, who uses jazz idioms set amid formal cla... ...), 20th-century composer and pianist, who uses jazz idioms set amid formal classical structures in his compositions Yakov Kaz... ...Krylov (born 1961), 20th and 21st-century composer, wrote mostly works for classical guitar, flute and keyboards Boris Ledkov... ... century neoclassical composer, known for his symphonies (particularly #1 "Classical Symphony and #5), ballets, five piano concertos and six operas. T...

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List of Spanish composers

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... F Manuel de Falla (1876–1946), 20th-century composer, best known for The Three-Cornered Hat ... ...e Granados (1867–1916), nationalist composer and pianist, influenced later composers such as Manuel de Falla Francisco Guerre... ...1904–1972), composer Joaquín Rodrigo (1901–1999), 20th-century composer, wrote the Concierto de Aranjuez for classical guitar... ...go (1901–1999), 20th-century composer, wrote the Concierto de Aranjuez for classical guitar and orchestra Antonio Rodríguez d... ...22–1787), composer Antonio Ruiz-Pipò (1934–1997), 20th-century composer for the guitar S ... ...e harpsichord and organ Fernando Sor (1778–1839), Classical/Romantic era composer for the guitar Pab... ... See also Chronological list of Spanish classical composers ... ... also Chronological list of Spanish classical composers ... ... Composers by nationality ...

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List of French composers

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... Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), teacher of many famous composers Pierre Boulez (born 1925) ... ...uin (1694–1772) Claude Debussy (1862–1918), 20th-century composer, his music is often described as impressionist, altho... ...x (born 1946) Olivier Messiaen (1908–1992), 20th-century modernist composer Jean-Christi... ...s Indes galantes Maurice Ravel (1875–1937), 20th-century piano and orchestra composer in the impressionist and neoclass... ...at de Séverac (1872–1921) Les Six, group of composers Igor Stravinsky (1882–1971), Russi... ... See also List of French classical composers (chronological) List of French... ... See also List of French classical composers (chronological) List of French people ...

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List of Romantic-era composers

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...This is a list of Romantic-era composers. Classical-era/Romantic-era composers (born 1770–1799) { !Na... ...This is a list of Romantic-era composers. Classical-era/Romantic-era composers (born 1770–1799) { !Name !Date born... ... Hummel 1778 1837 Austrian composer and pianist, his music bridged the Classical era of music and Romantic era of music Fernando Sor 1778 1839... ...omantic era of music Fernando Sor 1778 1839 Spanish composer for the classical guitar who is credited with elevating the guitar to the level of ... ...pianist, guitarist and critic, one of the first significant Romantic opera composers Alexander Alyabyev 1787 1851 Russian composer, conductor an... ...symphonies. Repertoire key: B=In Classical Net's basic Timeline of Major Composers 1600–presentClassical Net Early Romantic-era composers (born 18... ...composer and pianist Per Lasson 1859 1883 Norwegian Romantic-era/20th-century classical composers (born 1860–1880) { !Name !Date born !Dat... ... of Classical era composersList of classical music composers by eraList of 20th-century classical composers by birth dateList of piano composers;Notes...

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List of modernist composers

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...Lists of composers by philosophical stance: modernist composers Contents ... ... Walter. 2005. German Modernism: Music and the Arts. California Studies in 20th-Century Music. Berkeley, Los Angeles, and London: University of Califo... ... Gagné, Nicole V. 2012. Historical Dictionary of Modern and Contemporary Classical Music. Historical Dictionaries of Literature and the Arts. Lanham...

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Neo-classical metal

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...-classical metal is a subgenre of heavy metal that is heavily influenced by classical music and usually features very technical playing, Stephan F... ... Etudes de Style », March 2009, p.14 consisting of elements borrowed from both classical and heavy metal music. Deep Purple pioneered the sub-genre ... ..., «Les secrets du metal- Etudes de Style », March 2009, p.14 Definition Neo-classical metal takes its name from a broad conception of classical mu... ...lassical music usually refers to the movement in musical modernism in which composers gained influence from the Classical period . This period rou... ...od . This period roughly spans the years from 1750 to 1810 with the best known composers of strictly classical music including Mozart and Haydn an... ...s in between the two World Wars. It was a reaction against late 19th and early 20th-century Romanticism as embodied in the works of composers such as ... ...ainst late 19th and early 20th-century Romanticism as embodied in the works of composers such as Richard Wagner and Gustav Mahler who had stretche...

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Ballade (classical music)

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...German Ballade, German pronunciation: , both being words for "ballad"), in classical music since the late 18th century, refers to a setting of a liter... ...try (following Johann Gottfried Herder), some of which was set to music by composers such as Johann Friedrich Reichardt, Carl Friedrich Zelter, and Jo... ...gnificant application of the term to instrumental music. A number of other composers subsequently used the title for piano pieces, including Johannes ... ...ra). Ballades for instruments other than the piano have also been written. 20th-century examples of the form include the three ballades of Manolis Kal... ... Composers ... ...e music 20th-century music ... ...c music Medieval music Western classical music styles ... ...German Ballade, German pronunciation: , both being words for "ballad"), in classical music since the late 18th century, refers to a setting of a liter... ...ra). Ballades for instruments other than the piano have also been written. 20th-century examples of the form include the three ballades of Manolis Kal...

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Contemporary classical music

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...Periods of Western classical music ... ... c. 1600–1760 Classical c. 1730–1820 ... ... Contemporary classical music can be understood as belonging to the period that started i... ... Background At the beginning of the 20th century, composers of classical music were experimenting with an increasingly disson... ...asingly exaggerated gestures and formlessness of late Romanticism, certain composers adopted a neoclassic style, which sought to recapture the balance... ...ee also New Objectivity and Social Realism). After World War II, modernist composers sought to achieve greater levels of control in their composition ... ...es for the emotional volatility of late 19th-century Romanticism and early 20th-century Expressionism. Called Die neue Einfachheit in German, it has a...

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Symphony for Classical Orchestra (Shapero)

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... Harold Shapero completed the Symphony for Classical Orchestra in B-flat major on March 10, 1947, in New... ...bones and one bass (silent until the Finale[1]), timpani and strings. Although labelled "Classical," many of the work's features point to Beethoven ra... ...first movement.[5] The ensuing Allegro is. The Adagietto's theme "is classically balletic, with supple rhythms, graceful turns, si... ...rnia Press Pollack (1992) Howard. Metuchen, New Jersey 'Harvard Composers: Walter Piston and His Students, from Elliott Carte... ...nce 1900 Charles Scribner's Sons Categories 20th-century symphonies 1947 compositio...

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