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Music and life

By: Turner, W. J. (Walter James), 1889-1946

...ry from the Ontario Heritage Foundation r Sianei lonison <isi E n. MUSIC AND LIFE BY THE SAME AUTHOR THE HUNTER, AND OTHER POEMS THE DARK FIR... ... HUNTER, AND OTHER POEMS THE DARK FIRE PARIS AND HELEN IN TIME LIKE GLASS MUSIC AND LIFE BY W. J. TURNER METHUEN & GO. LTD. 36 ESSEX STREET W.G. LOND... ... appeared in a slightly different form. W. J. T. INTRODUCTION PROGRESS IN MUSIC IT is difficult to give a short conspectus of the development of musi... ...ndependent of the separate sounds of which it consists. Now the faculty of listening to music is the faculty of seizing and understanding that meaning... ...an be put into words. It is only a meaning that exists for the imagination listening to sound, and although there are types of music which may suggest... ...anced music sensu- ously and intellectually. W. J. T. CONTENTS PAGB I. ON LISTENING TO Music i II. UNADULTERATED Music.... 7 III. THE PROBLEM OF Musi... ...e of humour will increasingly preserve us. It is, of course, comparatively easy to agree with this argument while one draws one's selec- tions of emot... ... this exposition, development, etc., of thematic material. It is perfectly easy to do this after one has heard either work a couple of times, even wit... ... guidance. The Press, when not ignorant, is hampered by timidity and by an easy indifference due to the fact that few people at all realizehow one's t...

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Easy listening

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... Easy listening (also known as orchestral pop) is a popular music genre and radio format the was most popular during the 1950s to ... ...opular during the 1950s to 1970s. It is related to middle-of-the-road (MOR) music and encompasses instrumental recordings of standards, hit son... ... rock vocals . It was differentiated from the mostly instrumental beautiful music format by its variety of styles, including a significant percent... ... arrangement s and tempi to fit various day parts during the broadcast day. Easy listening music is often confused with so-called elevator music ... ...ngement s and tempi to fit various day parts during the broadcast day. Easy listening music is often confused with so-called elevator music provi... ...e background sound of this kind of music. A significant part (roughly 60%) of easy listening music was pure instrumental and included some big band ... ...kground sound of this kind of music. A significant part (roughly 60%) of easy listening music was pure instrumental and included some big band and ... ...n, Harpers Bizarre, The Lettermen and The Sandpipers . History The name "easy listening" was coined in 1965 by Claude Hall, radio-TV editor of B... ...arpers Bizarre, The Lettermen and The Sandpipers . History The name "easy listening" was coined in 1965 by Claude Hall, radio-TV editor of Billbo...

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Music

By: Banister, Henry Charles, 1831-1897

... I fcfl , ***,> , MUSIC. CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL AND COLLEGE TEXT BOOKS. MUSIC. HENRY C. BANISTER, PROFESSOR OF HARMONY AND COMPOSITION AT THE BOY... ...RY C. BANISTER, PROFESSOR OF HARMONY AND COMPOSITION AT THE BOYAL ACADEMY OF MUSIC. bittern. CAMBRIDGE : DEIGHTON, BELL, AND CO. LONDON: GEORGE BELL &... ...-jBrM/iHZy to supply the w.afrt;- long expressed, of a compendious manual of musical knewleflgej for the use of candidates for the Middle-Class Examin... ...o modulate to either of the relatives of a given key is the most natural and easy modulation. It will be seen by Fig. 45 that the relatives to any giv... ...ng-note forms part of the Tonic Triad of the original key, thus rendering it easy and natural to take the Dominant 7th to the new key (Fig. 294). Fig.... ... exhibit greater power by other methods of modulation than this, a short and easy method. See, however, 195, Fig. 152. 349. The Chord of the Dominant ... ...ok, but by attentive study of the scores of the great masters, and attentive listening to performances of their works. GLOSSARY OF MUSICAL TEEMS. BY ...

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Easy Listening (album)

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...y (2001) Easy Listening (2001) ... ... (2001) Easy Listening (2001) ... ... Easy Listening (イージーリスニング, Ījī Risenīngu) is the first mini-album released ... ... Easy Listening (イージーリスニング, Ījī Risenīngu) is the first mini-album released by Ja... ...u) is the first mini-album released by Japanese singer Maaya Sakamoto with music composed by Yoko Kanno.[1] The songs "afternoon repose" and "another ... ...lue world" are sung in English. Track listing All music composed by Yoko Kanno. CD (VICL-... ... References ^ "Easy Listening at JVC Music Website". Retrieved 2008-09-03.  ... ... References ^ "Easy Listening at JVC Music Website". Retrieved 2008-09-03.  ... ...ferences ^ "Easy Listening at JVC Music Website". Retrieved 2008-09-03.  ...

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Music

By: Banister, Henry C. (Henry Charles), 1831-1897; Banister, Henry C. (Henry Charles), 1831-1897

... the Mass. Institute of Technology. Text printed in Roman characters. 900. Music. By HENRY C. BANISTER, Professor of Harmony and Compo- sition at the ... ...ion at the Royal Academy, $1.00. HANDBOOKS for Studentsand GeneralReaders MUSIC BY HENRY C. BANISTER PROFESSOR OF HARMONY AND COMPOSITION AT THE ROYA... ...Y C. BANISTER PROFESSOR OF HARMONY AND COMPOSITION AT THE ROYAL ACADEMY OF MUSIC, AT THE GUILDHALL SCHOOL OF MUSIC, AND AT THE ROYAL NORMAL COLLEGE AN... ...modulate to either of the relatives of a given key is the most natural and easy modulation. It will be seen by Fig. 45 that the relatives to any given... ...-note forms part of the Tonic Triad of the original key, thus rendering it easy and natural to take the Dominant 7th to the new key (Fig. 294). Fig. 2... ...xhibit greater power by other methods of modulation than this, a short and easy method. See, however, 195, Fig. 152. 349. The Chord of the Dominant 7t... ..., but by attentive study of the scores of the great masters, and attentive listening to performances of their works. GLOSSARY OF MUSICAL TEEMS. BY fa...

The English ed. has title: A text-book of music; List of works referred to: p. [xviii]-xx

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Easy Listening for Iron Youth

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...art and weak of mind. The bold and adventurous few however, will find this music to be pure balm. This swirling vortex of sound is mood music, pure an... ...s And Order" (by Boyd Rice and Daniel Miller) # "Defenestration" # "Embers"Easy Listening for Iron Youth at Discogs /> Easy Listening for Iron Youth a... ... Order" (by Boyd Rice and Daniel Miller) # "Defenestration" # "Embers"Easy Listening for Iron Youth at Discogs /> Easy Listening for Iron Youth at All...

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Music and bad manners

By: Van Vechten, Carl, 1880-1964

...AUSIC AND BAD MANNERS LEO ORNSTEIN SPAIN AND MUSIC THE BRIDGE BURNERS MUSIC FOR THE MOVIES co A NEW PRINCIPLE IN MUSIC X... ...OVIES co A NEW PRINCIPLE IN MUSIC XWE REALIZE WAGNER'S IDEALS? I I , Music and Bad Manners By THE SAME AUTHOR MUSIC AFTER THE GREAT WAR Music ... ...ved PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA To my Father Contents PAGE Music AND BAD MANNERS 11 MUSIC FOE THE MOVIES 43 SPAIN AND Music 57 SHALL W... ...he consequence was that those who went to the Dal Verme for the purpose of listening to Futurist music had to give up all hopes and resign them- selve... ...hey have not wholly succeeded so far is not entirely their fault. It is no easy matter, for example, in a theatre in which the films are changed daily... ...heard in a truthful musical speech. . . . Ever since Carmen it has been so easy to write Spanish music and achieve supremely ihe banal. Here there is ... ... Spain and Music many a Western or Northern European has found pleasure in listening by the hour to the strains, which often sound as if they were imp... ...e score, a task which he accomplished with difficulty. Span- ish is not an easy tongue to sing. To Mme. Bar- rientos this accounts for the comparative... ...he dance rhythms cease. I [130] Spain and Music find little joy myself in listening to " La Maja y el Ruisefior " ; in fact, the entire last scene so...

...Music and bad manners. -Music for the movies. -Spain and music. -Shall we realize Wagner's ideals?--The bridge burners. -A new principle in music. -Leo Ornstein; 22...

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Easy Mix

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...Easy Mix was a New Zealand radio network, broadcasting easy listening music and news. The network station was based in Auckland ... ...Easy Mix was a New Zealand radio network, broadcasting easy listening music and news. The network station was based in Auckland and w... ...Easy Mix was a New Zealand radio network, broadcasting easy listening music and news. The network station was based in Auckland and was network... ...into Tauranga, Hawke's Bay and Wellington. The head office and studios of Easy Mix were located on the corner of Cook & Nelson Streets in Auckland Ci... ...he other seven stations of The Radio Network. During regular programming, Easy Mix followed a format of a "50-minute continuous music mix" each hour,... ...regular programming, Easy Mix followed a format of a "50-minute continuous music mix" each hour, with a news & sport update at the top of each hour fr... ...d to its current frequency on 98.2FM and became Radio i98FM and later Easy Listening i98FM. Easy Listening had several changes of ownership and in 19... ...g i98FM. Easy Listening had several changes of ownership and in 1996 Easy Listening i in Auckland was sold to The Radio Network. Easy Listening bega... ...M in many markets where it was previously unavailable. Some of Easy Mix's music was shifted to Coast FM and Classic Hits FM. Former schedule6am-10am...

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Music and manners in the classical period; essays

By: Krehbiel, Henry Edward, 1854-1923

...iCM MUSIC AND MANNERS IN THE CLASSICAL PERIOD MUSIC AND MANNERS IN THE CLASSICAL PERIOD ESSAYS BY HENRY EDWARD KREHBIEL A... ...SSICAL PERIOD ESSAYS BY HENRY EDWARD KREHBIEL AUTHOR OF " HOW TO LISTEN TO MUSIC," " STUDIES IN THB WAGNERIAN DRAMA," "NOTES ON THE CULTIVATION OF CHO... ...C," " STUDIES IN THB WAGNERIAN DRAMA," "NOTES ON THE CULTIVATION OF CHORAL MUSIC," "THE PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY OF NEW YORK," ETC NEW YORK CHARLES SCRIBN... ... He had just taken that of Mrs. Billington in the character of St. Cecilia listening to the celestial music, as she is usually drawn. Mrs. Billington ... ...stake." " What is that ? " asked Reynolds, hastily. " You have painted her listening to the angels ; you ought to have repre- sented the angels listen... ...ed a young lady of considerable for- tune, who was his scholar, and was in easy circum- stances ; but there was a languor discoverable in his looks wh... ... satisfactory conclusion instead of falling hopelessly to pieces. Only the easy-going disposition of the Austrian people and the lack of interest on t... ...r his last masterpiece Such as no mortal ears had ever heard. Lost in deep listening, the god reached out An errant hand ; took up the bow Where he ha... ...e bank of the river, where the graceful slopes of the Capu- zinerberg give easy foothold to lovely villas A MOZART CENTENARY that smile from out the ...

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Peaceful Easy Feeling

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... "Witchy Woman" (1972) "Peaceful Easy Feeling" (1972) ... ... (1973) "Peaceful Easy Feeling" is a song written by Jack... ...rmony. Tommy Shannon, the former bass player for Stevie Ray Vaughan, stated that "Peaceful Easy Feeling" was playing on the radio ... ...ling" on the back of the poster.[4] Back in San Diego, Tempchin was rooming in a communal-type home with other musicians when inspiration for completi... ...4] Some time later, Tempchin had moved to Los Angeles and was attempting to break into the music industry alongside Jackson Browne... ... Cover versions On the 1994 album Common Thread: The Songs of the Eagles, country music band Little Texas recorded a cove... ... Billboard Hot 100[7] 22 US Easy Listening (Billboard)[8] ...

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Music in America

By: Ritter, Frédéric Louis, 1834-1891

... X PROFESSOR RITTER-S WORKS. MUSIC IN ENGLAND. I2mo, $1.50. MUSIC IN AMERICA. New Edition. |... ... MUSIC IN ENGLAND. I2mo, $1.50. MUSIC IN AMERICA. New Edition. |2mo , $2.00. MANUAL OF MUSICAL HISTORY. From the Epoch of Ancient Greece to our Presen... ...AL HISTORY. From the Epoch of Ancient Greece to our Present Time. I2mo. net 75 cts. ' MUSIC IN AMERICA BY DR. FREDERIC LOUIS RITTER DIRECTOR Of THE S... ...ed Cotton and his fellow-voyagers at Winthrop's table. . . . The son of a barrister in easy circumstances, he had been success- ively an undergraduate... ...vented against instru- mental musick, in divine worship. And in the mean time, pray be easy, and assure yourself, that singing by Rule, wont in our da... ...ny con- gregations meet together, their ways of singing are so different that 'tis not easy to know what tune is sung, and in reality there is none. '... ...formers, was while her quick eye was keenly observant of the language of her note-book listening with intensity to the articulation of her in- strumen... ...increasing number Cultivation of Instrumental Music, Etc. 271 of musical amateurs, in listening to fine singers, that gave a new turn to their musica... ...pparent while he was yet quite young. He taught himself to play on the pianoforte from listening to instruction on that instrument given to an older b...

Musical examples: p. 508-513; 22

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Ballad of Easy Rider (album)

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...e Byrds and was released in November 1969 on Columbia Records (see 1969 in music). The album was named after the song "Ballad of Easy Rider", which h... ...ecords (see 1969 in music). The album was named after the song "Ballad of Easy Rider", which had been penned by The Byrds' guitarist and singer, Roge... ...r McGuinn (with help from Bob Dylan), as the theme song for the 1969 film, Easy Rider. The title was also chosen in an attempt to capitalize on the c... ...talize on the commercial success of the film, although the majority of the music on the album had no connection with it. Nonetheless, the association... ...on the album had no connection with it. Nonetheless, the association with Easy Rider heightened The Byrds' public profile and resulted in Ballad of E... ...her, in the December 1969 issue of Rolling Stone magazine, criticizing the music on the album as "only intermittently successful" and concluding that ... ... as "the poorest Byrds album" but also noted that the album "improves with listening." Mark Deming's review for the Allmusic website was more positiv...

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The music of Spain

By: Van Vechten, Carl, 1880-1964

... The Music of Spain BOOKS BY CARL VAN VECHTEN MUSIC AFTER THE GREAT WAR 1915 MUSIC AND BAD MANNERS 1916 INTERPRET... ...D MANNERS 1916 INTERPRETERS AND INTERPRE- TATIONS 1917 THE MERRY-GO-ROUND 1918 THE MUSIC OF SPAIN 1918 - - - MARY GARDEN AS CARMEN, ACT IV from a p... ...PAIN 1918 - - - MARY GARDEN AS CARMEN, ACT IV from a photograph by Mishkin The Music of Spain Carl Van Vechten New York Alfred A. Knopf MCMXVIII ... ... at present. It is almost impossible to hear Spanish music out- side of Spain; not easy even in Spain, unless one is satisfied with zarzuelas. Worse, ... ...ces are heard in a truthful musical speech. . . . Ever since Carmen it has been so easy to write Spanish music and achieve supremely the banal. Here t... ...r, [60] Spain and Music many a Western or Northern European has found pleasure in listening by the hour to the strains, which often sound as if they ... ...ds to the score, a task which he accomplished with difficulty. Span- ish is not an easy tongue to sing. To Mme. Bar- rientos this accounts for the com... ...gs when the dance rhythms cease. I [86] Spain and Music find little joy myself in listening to La Maja y el Ruisenor; in fact, the entire last scene ...

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E-Z Listening Disc

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Music and musicians

By: Lavignac, Albert, 1846-1916

... IN MEMORY OF EDWARD ZIEGLER 1870-1947 (&O.G& MUSIC AND MUSICIANS 5770 ALBERT LAVIGNAC Professor of Harmony in the Pari... ...rmony in the Paris Conservatory IKflitb 04 illustrations an> 510 examples in musical notation TRANSLATED BY WILLIAM MARCHANT Translator of Chevrillon'... ...'s "In India," Ba^in's ''Italians of To-day," etc. EDITED, WITH ADDITIONS ON MUSIC IN AMERICA BY H. E. KREHBIEL Author of "How to Listen to Music," et... ... are there, however difficult it may be to recognise them in any direct way. Listening attentively, however, the experienced ear can distinguish those... ...he one containing the A of the tuning-fork. These figures being known, it is easy to obtain, by multiplication or division, the number of vibra- tions... ... When the tone is produced by the column of air con- tained in a pipe, it is easy to understand how all the sur- rounding air can be set in vibration ... ...ays, for convenience in reasoning) and it will become very 4th 5th 8ve t I f easy, without the use of any other theories than those with which we are ...

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Mood music

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...Mood music may refer to: Beautiful music Easy listening Exot... ...to: Beautiful music Easy listening Exotica Li... ... Beautiful music Easy listening Exotica Light m... ... listening Exotica Light music Lounge music ...

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Music in the church

By: Stewart, George Wauchope, 1863-1942

...UARE ) PUBLICATION EDINBURGH: R. & R. CLARK, LTD., HANOVER ST./ AGENTS. 4 MUSIC IN THE CHURCH MUSIC IN THE CHURCH .*"' \ *.,. IJY THK .. REV. G. ^... ...general public who are interested in the history and development of Church music. J. A. M'C. AUTHOR'S PREFACE Tins volume seeks to give a brief acc... ...EFACE Tins volume seeks to give a brief account of the service rendered by music as an auxiliary to Church worship. A considerable portion of the book... ... " cannot Music raise and quell ? When Jubal struck the chorded shell, His listening brethren stood around, And, wondering, on their faces fell To wor... ...hed its highest develop- ment, the Church Cantata. It is not an altogether easy matter to give a clear account of the musical conditions that obtained... ...tle by little, the parish will swarm with organists. It is one of the most easy pieces of performance in all instru- mental music to pulse one of our ... ...se any more than in the prayers ? Why should we not content ourselves with listening to the rendering of the music by a body of trained singers and pa... ...the worshipper joins in the song with his voice than when he stands merely listening to others. When it is asked why the worshipper should take part i... ...mprovement of the singing. Many of our hymn tunes are excellent melodious, easy, and effective, admirably suited to the words to which they have becom...

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Elevator music

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The musical cyclopedia: or,the principles of music considered as a science and an art; embracing a complete musical dictionary, and the outlines of a musical grammar, and of the theory of sounds and laws of harmony

By: Porter, William Smith, 1799-1866; Mason, Lowell, 1792-1872

...LIBRARY brighAm YOUNG UNIVERSITY >ROVO ' H / * / \ U^ked Q-ASe- log , THE MUSICAL CYCLOPEDIA: OR THE PRINCIPLES OF MUSIC CONSIDERED A8 A SCIENCE AN... ...RINCIPLES OF MUSIC CONSIDERED A8 A SCIENCE AND AN ART J EMBRACING A COMPLETE MUSICAL DICTIONARY, w AND THE OUTLINES OF A MUSICAL GRAMMAR, AND OF THE T... ...LAWS OF HARMONY', WITH DIRECTIONS FOR THE PRACTICE OF VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC, AND A Bescrtytfou of Musical instruments. BY WILLIAM S. PORTER. BO... ...ccent there can be no expression. The ear ACCENTOR. 15 takes no pleasure in listening to a succession of mo- notonous sounds, but grows weary with th... ...DO, (Ital.) convenient, not so quick as to be difficult. Con COMODO, with an easy quickness. COMPANY OF MUSICIANS, an association of musical performer... ...ry parts of the city. These cries consist of a few of the most melodious and easy notes of the scale, and their beauty consists in the clear swell and... ... else, the anticipated gratification will be lost, as the ear grows weary by listening. It is a forced cultivation of the ear, acquired by some musici... ...plaintive melancholy character. DIVERTIMENTE, (Ital. diversion,) a short and easy composition, either instrumental or vocal, de- signed rather to plea... ...domestic cir- cle, her bewitching charms smooth the brow of care; and, while listening to her strains, the toils and anxieties of the day are forgotte...

...Supplemental catalog subcollection information: Sheet Music Collection; American University Library Collection; Written under the supervision of Lowell Mason; Xerox copy; 7...

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Ambient music

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The music of nature, or, An attempt to prove that what is passionate and pleasing in the art of singing, speaking, and performing upon musical instruments, is derived from the sounds of the animated World

By: Gardiner, William, 1770-1853

...o ^ff shape and colar oftheir tones, from th&rbw&ft tone to tlie tuqhest. THE MUSIC OF NATURE; OR, AN ATTEMPT TO PROVE THAT WHAT IS PASSIONATE AND PL... ...S PASSIONATE AND PLEASING IN THE ART OF SINGING, SPEAKING, AND PERFORMING UPON MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, IS DERIVED FROM THE SOUNDS OF THE ANIMATED WORLD W... ...ance with so much propriety, as to our greatest Lyric Poet, who has united the Music of Nature to his verse, with a success unattained by any other wr... ...er, 1837. PREFACE. THE author of the following pages has been in the habit of listening to sounds of every description, and that with more than ordin... ..., as has been shown in the instances of blind people. That there is a knack in listening, no one can doubt, as we frequently find persons, who sing an... ...re too much contracted, so that the voice has not a 29 30 THE VOICE. free and easy passage. The sound thus resisted is tortured by overcoming the obs... ...J For this, the shoulders should be thrown a little back- ward, standing in an easy posture, and opening the * Signer Ferlendi, when in England, perfo... ...s of sight, the uniting them in various ways, so as to form words, would be an easy and natural expedient.* Language then, like music, is partly an im... ... laugh was captivating! Welch, the traveller, speaks of the pleasure he had in listening to the laughing of Indian women. t The following expressions ...

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Trident Music

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... Record label Industry Music and entertainment ... ...peranza (Founder) Products Music, entertainment ... ... Website .comtridentmusic Trident Music is an independent record label based in... ... Drum and bass Easy listening ... ... Drum and bass Easy listening ...

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Music in the church

By: Lutkin, Peter Christian, 1858-1931

...eries of igo8-g THE HALE LECTURES WESTERN THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY CHICAGO, ILL. MUSIC IN THE CHURCH THE HALE LECTURES. 19O8-9 MUSIC IN THE CHURCH BY P... ...USIC IN THE CHURCH BY PETER CHRISTIAN LUTKIN, Mus.Doc. Dean of the School of Music Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois. MILWAUKEE THE YOUNG CH... ...ollowing subjects : (a) Liturgies and Liturgies. (6) Church Hymns and Church Music. (c) The History of the Eastern Churches. ((/) The History of Natio... ...eter, sim- pler tunes we have the graceful ST. AGNES (1866), to "Calm on the listening ear of night" ; the sombre but beautiful ST. CROSS (1861), to <... ...ician, 48 MVBIC IN THE CHURCH gives them a popular vogue, for they are both easy to learn and easy to sing. Fortunately the cheap tune is usually ass... ...eaenrolr for wind, after the i device known to the Greeks THE ORGAN 105 and easy of manipulation in his day. He speaks as follows: "Let there be also... ... the slightest crowding also back and sides to give free egress to sound and easy access to all parts. "2. Ample height at most favorable eleva- tion,... ...illing effect with their full power despite the vastness of the edifices. On listening to organs such as these Honore de Balzac, that masterful deline... ...REST, "The Saints of God ! their conflict past," 41. ST. AGNES, "Calm on the listening ear of night," 31. ST. ALBINUS, "Jesus lives ! Thy terrors now,...

Inlcudes bibliographical references; Gift; John Cozens (Music Library copy); 22 43

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Beautiful music

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...Beautiful music (sometimes abbreviated as BM, B/EZ or BM/EZ for "beautiful music/easy listening") is a mostly instrumental music format that was promi... ...ful music (sometimes abbreviated as BM, B/EZ or BM/EZ for "beautiful music/easy listening") is a mostly instrumental music format that was prominent i... ...usic (sometimes abbreviated as BM, B/EZ or BM/EZ for "beautiful music/easy listening") is a mostly instrumental music format that was prominent in Ame... ...hat was prominent in American radio from the 1960s through the 1980s. Mood music, easy listening, Muzak and elevator music are other common terms for ... ... prominent in American radio from the 1960s through the 1980s. Mood music, easy listening, Muzak and elevator music are other common terms for the for... ...inent in American radio from the 1960s through the 1980s. Mood music, easy listening, Muzak and elevator music are other common terms for the format a... ... and elevator music are other common terms for the format and the style of music that it featured. Beautiful music can also be regarded as a subset of... ...4.5). The station played that format through a name change to KEZL (as in "Easy Listening") in 1973, but ended its long run with a change to Adult Con... ... The station played that format through a name change to KEZL (as in "Easy Listening") in 1973, but ended its long run with a change to Adult Contempo...

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Music lovers' cyclopedia : containing a pronouncing and defining dictionary of terms, instruments, &c., including a key to the pronunciation of sixteen languages; many charts; an explanation of the construction of music for the uninitiated; a pronouncing

By: Hughes, Rupert, 1872-1956

... Author of "Contemporary American Composers" "The Love Affairs of Musicians," "Gygts' Ring" "The Whirlwind," Etc. UNIVERSITY OF TOR... ...Gygts' Ring" "The Whirlwind," Etc. UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO Presented to the FACULTY OF Music LIBRARY by George A. Snale lotiersf' Cpclopebta Containing... ...onunciation of sixteen Languages; many Charts; an Explanation of the Construction of Music for the Uninitiated; a pronouncing Biographical Dictionary;... ...he professional musician. To fit this work for the non-professional mind has been no easy task, but it has been the chief effort, and an intro- ductio... ...vided you will use your own scal- pel, and carry out the suggestions made. It is not easy to avoid asking the reader to master the language and sym- b... ...ar will help you find the right order of the chords. This will serve as a recipe for easy accompaniments. More elaborate songs rove through so many ke... ...- lyzedby pressing the "loud" pedal ofa pianoforte, striking the low c indicated and listening intently and long. Out ofthe overtones which are repeat... ...ma. He thus taught music to speak a definite language, so that we can almost tell by listening to the orchestra alone what is going on on the stage. ^... ...ds (" Ballatella "). At the end oi her rhapsody she finds that the hideous. Tonio is listening. He makes ardent love (" So ben che difforme " " I know...

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Background music

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Music notation and terminology

By: Gehrkens, Karl Wilson, 1882-1975

... UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO Presented to the EDWARD JOHNSON Music LIBRARY by Mrs. Schaeffer in memory of Dr. Schaeffer 3/ / M... ...TION AND TERMINOLOGY BY KARL W. GEHRKENS, A.M. ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF SCHOOL MUSIC OBERLIN CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC NEW YORK AND CHICAGO THE A. S. BARNES... ...ANY 1921 COPYRIGHT, 1914, BY THE A. S. BARNES COMPANY PREFACE The study of music notation and terminology by classes in conservatories and in music ... ...s- ure is the grouping of these beats according to some specified system. In listening to a piece of music, two hearers A and B may feel the rhythm eq... ...e opposite of cacophony. (From the Greek word meaning well-sounding.) Facile easy. Fanfare a trumpet call. Fantasia An instrumental composition not ba... ...g one of the succession of throbs or impulses of which we are conscious when listening to music. Each of these pulses or beats has an exact point of b...

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Scorpio Music

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... Scorpio Music Industry Music, entertainment ... ... Divisions Big Mix, Black Scorpio, In the Mix, Mascotte Music, Touch of Gold ... ...ebsite .frscorpiomusic Scorpio Music is a French music label and record company, h... ... Drum and bass Easy listening ... ... Drum and bass Easy listening ...

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Music and the higher education

By: Dickinson, Edward, 1853-1946

...MTJS 1 BOOKS BY EDWARD DICKINSON PUBLISHED BY CHARLES SCRIBNEB'S SONS Music in the History of the Western Church. Or. 8vo net $2.50 The Study o... ...History of the Western Church. Or. 8vo net $2.50 The Study of the History of Music. Or. 8vo *** The Education of a Music Lover. 12mo net $1.50 Music a... ... Music Lover. 12mo net $1.50 Music and the Higher Education. 12mo net $1.50 MUSIC AND THE HIGHER EDUCATION MUSIC AND THE HIGHER EDUCATION BY EDWAR... ...d gave an impres- sion of something unnatural and ominous. He caught himself listening almost anxiously for foot- steps that did not come; he fancied ... ...rceive 52 THE COLLEGE AND THE FINE ARTS that it is growing in volume. It is easy to be de- ceived in this matter. Just as the type of French novel la... ... not be hidden from an intelligent observer. It must be confessed that it is easy for the artist to lose sight of certain ethical considerations which... ...rd voice, as suddenly achieve flexibility and a pure, sympathetic tone after listening to Melba in ' Lucia'; and I could cite dozens of similar instan...

...Prelude: In a college music room. pt. I. The college and the fine arts. pt. II. Music in the college. pt. III. Teacher and the critic: his preparation and his method; 22...

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Space music

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...ther transportative sensations. Space music, also called spacemusic, is an umbrella term also associated with pre... ...sic, is an umbrella term also associated with preceding styles of relaxing music such as lounge music, easy-listening, and elevator music.[1] ... ...o associated with preceding styles of relaxing music such as lounge music, easy-listening, and elevator music.[1] According to Ste... ...ociated with preceding styles of relaxing music such as lounge music, easy-listening, and elevator music.[1] According to Stephen ... ...under of a radio show called Hearts of Space, the term is used to describe music that evokes a feeling of contemplative spaciousness.[2][3][4] Hill st... ...neficial for introspection, and for developing, through a practice of deep listening, an awareness of the spatiality of sound phenomenon.[12] This typ... ...eness of the spatiality of sound phenomenon.[12] This type of psychonautic listening can produce a subtle trance-like state in certain individuals[13]... ...of relaxing or environmental music, with a twist, writing, "Space music is easy-listening with amnesia, sounding like the future but retaining unconsc... ... ^ a b Lanza, Joseph (2004). Elevator Music: A Surreal History of Muzak, Easy-listening, and Other Moodsong. University of Michigan Press. p. 1...

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Music and the romantic movement in France

By: Locke, Arthur Ware, B. 1883

... MAR 2 4 198) infr UNIFORM WITH THIS VOLUME. LIBRARY OF MUSIC & MUSICIANS Edited by A.EAGLEFIELDHULL, Mus. Doc. (Oxon.). Handel. ... ...d by A.EAGLEFIELDHULL, Mus. Doc. (Oxon.). Handel. By ROMAIN HOLLAND. With 17 musical illustrations and four plates. " M. Remain Holland's excellent wo... ... in a proper perspec- tive." Morning Post. Scriabin. By the EDITOR. With 165 musical illustrations and four plates. Beethoven. By ROMAIN ROLLAND. With... ...onsidered these later works as the utterances of a disordered mind. Berlioz, listening to the C sharp minor Quartet expressed his feelings and those o... ...No wonder that the young romantic revolutionists of 1830 lost their heads in listening to the music of this great original genius. It must not be forg... ...strumental department has ruined music. It is much more common and much more easy, to play well on the violin, or the pianoforte, than it is to sing ;... ...ly successful in opera and opera-comique. He had a lively imagination and an easy command of all the theatrical resources of opera. Writing too quickl... ...istently hated the music of the opera houses (where people talked instead of listening), and he found pleasure only in the naive sentimentality of the...

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Bango (music)

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... made popular at the East African Coast by Joseph Ngala. It fuses traditional Portuguese music genres, Arabic influenced taarab music, jazz and music ... ...enced taarab music, jazz and music genres of local coastal Bantu languages. It resembles easy listening music styles of Latin america such as bossa no... ... taarab music, jazz and music genres of local coastal Bantu languages. It resembles easy listening music styles of Latin america such as bossa nova an... ...sic, jazz and music genres of local coastal Bantu languages. It resembles easy listening music styles of Latin america such as bossa nova and music st... ...uritius. Joseph Ngala (also known by stage name "Mzee Ngala") is a renowned Kenyan Bango musician who comes from Freretown, Mombasa,[1] and also the f...

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The music life and how to succeed in it

By: Tapper, Thomas, 1864-1958

...e, [ \<\ ^ ' U/ And with a human sense imbued. KERAMOS. PHILADELPHIA: THEODORE PRESSER. OF MUSIC ,s 9 , \N I i \ ** .8 9 , OF TORONTO - X Copyright, ... ... necessary to apologize for the appearance of this volume of Talks about the phases of the Music Life it may be said that no stimulus can be too stron... ...fe it may be said that no stimulus can be too strong which aims to show the young American musician the serious nature of his task. That the musical p... ...ducation is a slow process. One must smile, involuntarily, at those aspirants for sure and easy honors who turn for them to music, painting, literatur... ... reality, more difficult, than the task of initiating one in special education. It appears easy because you feel so positive of your knowl- edge; it i... ...- ence will teach you that to thrust knowledge upon all alike, indiscriminately, is a very easy matter, to bring it just within the student's reach is... ...deas into all you say; that is, always say something that your students know will be worth listening to. " Bigness is not greatness, nor fury force " ... ...nd 254 VACATION TIME AND TRAVEL. 255 all our days in any one thing, even so delightful as listening to concord of sweet sounds. I believe earnestly i... ...ts duty well. Know how to work hard and how to rest hard it sounds homely, but it is worth listening to. Work is always sweetened by the anticipation ...

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Light music

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...the last surviving professional seaside orchestra, give a concert of light music in August 2009 Light music is a ... ... Light music is a generic term applied to a mainly British musical style of "light" orchestral music, which originated in the 19th cen... ... The style is a less "serious" form of Western classical music, featuring through-composed, usually shorter orchestral pieces and su... ...nown as mood music or concert music, light music is often grouped with the easy listening genre, albeit this designation is misleading.[3] Although ma... ...as mood music or concert music, light music is often grouped with the easy listening genre, albeit this designation is misleading.[3] Although mainly ... ...ops Orchestra). The genre is often associated with the easy listening orchestral arrangements of Mantovani, Percy Faith and Henry ... ...rchestra). The genre is often associated with the easy listening orchestral arrangements of Mantovani, Percy Faith and Henry Manci... ... ^ a b Lanza, Joseph (2004). Elevator Music: A Surreal History of Muzak, Easy-listening, and Other Moodsong. University of Michigan Press. p. 8... ...a b Lanza, Joseph (2004). Elevator Music: A Surreal History of Muzak, Easy-listening, and Other Moodsong. University of Michigan Press. p. 80. &n...

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Mr. Midshipman Easy

By: Frederick Marryat

...terature Collection World Public Library.org Title: MR. MIDSHIPMAN EASY Author: FREDERICK MARRYAT Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literat... ...... ... [Posted: January 5, 2003] MR. MIDSHIPMAN EASY Scanned by John Edward Heaton in Guatemala. MR MIDSHIPM... ... my account." Jack then rang the bell; the waiter, who had been listening outside, immediately entered, and before Mr Sawbridge, who was d... ...s a near relative. I was grave and full of pride, he was gay and fond of music; and although there was no music to me equal to the tom-tom, yet I d... ...my wives, under the shady forest behind my house, and listen to his soft music. At last he went to a town near us where his father lived, and as h... ...he conversation was then dropped between them, and Jack was for some time listening to the Governor and Captain Wilson, for the whole party were gon... ... the furious cannonading, watching the incessant flashes of the guns, and listening to their reverberating roar. After half an hour's fier... ...r off, their eyes and ears were turned towards the town, listening to the music. A second vessel, her consort, was boarded in the same way...

...While Mr. Easy talked philosophy, Mrs. Easy played patience, and they were a very happy couple, riding side by side on their hobbies, and never interfering with each other. Mr. Easy knew his wife could not understand him, and therefore...

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Lounge music

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... Derivative forms Easy-listening, Muzak, Shibuya-kei ... ... Derivative forms Easy-listening, Muzak, Shibuya-kei ... ... Other topics Mood music Lounge music is a type of easy l... ... Mood music Lounge music is a type of easy listening music popular in the 1950s and 1960s. It may be meant to evo... ... music Lounge music is a type of easy listening music popular in the 1950s and 1960s. It may be meant to evoke in... ... Lounge music is a type of easy listening music popular in the 1950s and 1960s. It may be meant to evoke in the liste... ...uch as a jungle, an island paradise or outer space.[1] The range of lounge music encompasses beautiful music-influenced instrumentals, modern electron... ...pective usage Exotica, space age pop, and some forms of easy listening music popular during the 1950s and 1960s are now broadly ter... ...ve usage Exotica, space age pop, and some forms of easy listening music popular during the 1950s and 1960s are now broadly termed l...

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Musical history, biography, and criticism: being a general survey of music, from the earliest period to the present time

By: Hogarth, George, 1783-1870

... MUSICAL HISTORY, BEING A GENERAL SURVEY OF MUSIC, FROM THE EARLIEST PERIOD TO THE PRESENT TIME. BY GEORGE ... ...OHN W. PARKER, WEST STRAND. M.DCCU.XXXV. 160 HW- 671103 II PREFACE. AT a period when Music is more and more extensively cultivated, as a branch of p... ...mestic life, a work like the present appears to be called for. Dr. Burney's History of Music, from its magnitude, is not calculated for general use, a... ...- B 2 THE MUSIC OF THE ANCIENTS. out any other feeling than the comfort of a safe and easy navigation ; and the varieties of hill and dale, of shady ... ...harmony. From its being played with keys, the production of simultaneous sounds became easy, and the beautiful effects of the union of concordant soun... ... reclined on the prow of a felucca, singing to his lute, the charms or cruelty of some listening Irene or Chloris of the mo- ment." Rosa afterwards tu... ...at last the sounds are almost inaudible, and are followed by a profound silence. It is easy to conceive, that a strain of simple * It is difficult to ... ...e works, and I playing upon my lute at the table by her. She sat very still and quiet, listening to all I played, without a word a long time, till at ... ... and another siren, whose rivalry then shook the fashionable world, the general, after listening, with much gravity, to a long list of grievances of w...

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Music executive

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...cture, marketing/promotion, distribution, copyright, and touring. Although music executives work in senior management, a number of music executives ha... ...ir own record labels as owners themselves, sometimes being involved in the music industry initially as artists, A&Rs, or producers for a number of... ...or a number of years and building a strong reputation. Music executives work in a variety of settings for "major" record labels su... ...nd bass Easy listening ... ...ss Easy listening ... ...nd bass Easy listening ... ...ss Easy listening ...

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The music and musical instruments of Japan

By: Piggott, Francis Taylor, Sir, 1852-1925; Southgate, Thomas Lea, 1836-1917

... THE KOTO-PLAYEK. >; an oil-pdintni^ by Kninei,) .. V ATE 1 1 Frontispiece, r\ THE MUSIC AMD MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS H OF JAPAN. BY SIR FRANCIS PIGGOT... ...n, 184-0. Kahu-Ongaku Ryakushi, by Professor Konakamura, 1887. "MS. Records of Ancient Music," by Abe Suyenuo. The KneyelojKcdia, Sansai Zuyi'. Honclv... ...awaji, of Tokyo, who has also interpreted a great number of conversations with various musicians. Mr. Kowaki has assisted me with many translations in... ...y very special dispensation no pupil is ever allowed to learn in any other way than by listening, watching, and committing to memory. Hence a curious ... ...ang with so sweet a voice that it seemed scarcely human : the common people thought in listening that he was indeed divine, that Buddha had reappeared... ...ll out of tune. At length the professor is satisfied. Then comes the second string, an easy falling fifth from the dominant to the tonic, if my analys... ...Snita Snkurai " the " Song of the Blooming of the Cherry-trees," and a great number of easy pieces ; also a certain number of more complicated ones ki... ...an apt analogy, its melodies being built on the notes of the common chord. Even to the easy classical music, of which I have been able to give two exa...

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