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Sinfonietta For Fourteen Players Or Chamber Orchestra 2000

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ISBN : 0571520847
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This Sinfionetta contains the basic ingredients of a Symphony, viz. and Allegro, a Scherzo, a slow movement and a final Allegro. These elements are compressed into a one-movement form and the final Allegro is a recapitulation of the first, albeit with considerable variation. There is also a short fugue, for strings alone, between the opening Allegro and the Scherzo, which consolidates the musical ideas used throughout the piece. This work may be played by a chamber ensemble with a string nonet, for which it was originally written, or with a full orchestral string section.

The London Sinfonietta On The South Bank

Author : London Sinfonietta
ISBN : UCAL:B3966641
Genre : Concert programs
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Sinfonietta

Author : Ernest John Moeran
ISBN : UCSC:32106001333894
Genre : Orchestral music
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Sinfonietta

Author : Kōmei Abe
ISBN : UOM:39015007791513
Genre : Music
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Sinfonietta On Russian Themes

Author : Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov
ISBN : STANFORD:36105042023874
Genre : Folk songs, Russian
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Sinfonietta F?r Orchester 1926

Author : Leoš Janáček
ISBN : UCSD:31822000887463
Genre : Symphonies
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Sinfonietta For Woodwind Octet

Author : Rudolf Nováček
ISBN : PSU:000022629401
Genre : Wind octets (Bassoons (2), clarinets (2), flute, horns (2), oboe)
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The Music Of Francis Poulenc 1899 1963

Author : Carl B. Schmidt
ISBN : 9780191585166
Genre : Music
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The name of Francis Poulenc (1899-1963) was first brought to prominence in the 1920s as a member of Les Six, a group of young French composers encouraged by Satie and Cocteau. His subsequent fame spread well beyond France, and he is coming to be regarded as one of this century's most significant composers. His compositions are heard constantly in concert halls the world over, and numerous recordings, including complete sets of songs and piano music, have been released. Books, articles and more than a dozen doctoral dissertations have discussed his music. Carl Schmidt's catalogue of Poulenc's works represents the first comprehensive attempt to list an oeuvre which numbers approximately 185 compositions written from his teenage years until his death at the age of 63. The Catalogue indentifies a number of unpublished works, and adds a small group of compositions to his musical canon for the first time. Each work, whether complete or unfinished, published or unpublished, is described fully. Catalogue entries list and describe all known printed editions (including reprints) and manuscript copies of each work. In addition, they provide detailed compositional histories based on numerous letters, documents, and press accounts, many of which have not been published previously. Russian interest in Poulenc's music, manifested in press runs exceeding one million copies, is also revealed for the first time.

Daniels Orchestral Music

Author : David Daniels
ISBN : 9781442275218
Genre : Music
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Daniels’ Orchestral Music is the gold standard reference for conductors, music programmers, librarians, and any other music professional researching an orchestral program. This sixth edition, celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the original work, includes over 14,000 entries with a vast number of new listings and updates.

Sinfonietta

Author : Dane Rudhyar
ISBN : STANFORD:36105042150354
Genre : Symphonies
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Sinfonietta Giocosa

Author : Bohuslav Martinů
ISBN : UCSD:31822007071087
Genre : Piano with chamber orchestra
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Sinfonietta No 2

Author : Heitor Villa-Lobos
ISBN : UOM:39015007799805
Genre : Symphonies (Chamber orchestra)
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Sinfonietta

Author : Leoš Janáček
ISBN : 9783795724078
Genre : Music
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Over 200 works of the well-known Edition Eulenburg series of scores from orchestral and choral literature, chamber music and music theatre are now available in digital format. You can now enjoy the yellow study scores digitally with one click in excellent reproduction quality. Über 200 Werke der berühmten Edition Eulenburg Partiturreihe für Orchester- und Chorliteratur, Kammermusik und Musiktheater sind nun auch in einer digitalen Aufbereitung erhältlich. In optisch hervorragender Darstellung kann man die gelben Studienpartituren mit einem Klick jetzt auch digital genießen.

Sinfonietta Per Archi 1990 91

Author : Krzysztof Penderecki
ISBN : UOM:39015027673147
Genre : String-orchestra music
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Sinfonietta 3 Op 71

Author : Alun Hoddinott
ISBN : UOM:39015009443022
Genre : Music
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Sinfonietta No 1 For Small Orchestra

Author : Heitor Villa-Lobos
ISBN : UTEXAS:059173009863736
Genre : Symphonies (Chamber orchestra)
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Sinfonietta For String Orchestra Op 40a

Author : Edward Burlingame Hill
ISBN : UCSD:31822004606166
Genre : String orchestra music
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Ernest John Moeran

Author : Ian Maxwell
ISBN : 9781783276011
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This long-awaited study of the life and music of Anglo-Irish composer Ernest John Moeran (1894-1950) finally provides a full biography of the last senior figure in early twentieth-century British Music to have been without one. Although Moeran's work was widely performed during his lifetime, he suffered neglect in the years following his death. It was not until a re-awakening of appreciation for the music of the folksong-inspired English pastoralism in the latter part of the twentieth century that Moeran's tuneful, well-crafted and approachable music began to attract a new audience. However, widely accepted misconceptions about his life and character have obscured a clearunderstanding of both man and composer. Written with the benefit of access to previously unknown or unresearched archives, Ernest John Moeran: His Life and Music strips away a hitherto unchallenged mythological framework, and replaces it by a thorough-going examination and analysis of the life and work of a musician that may reasonably be asserted as having been unique in British music history.

Music On Martha S Vineyard

Author : Thomas Dresser
ISBN : 9781625851567
Genre : Music
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Martha's Vineyard has a rich musical legacy that stretches back to the earliest drumbeats of the Wampanoags and the whaling chanteys of the nineteenth century. Returning Civil War veterans formed the island's oldest continuous music ensemble, the Vineyard Haven Band. Vineyarders embrace all things musical, from choral and string ensembles to singers and songwriters. Discover this melodious history from the early twentieth-century dance bands at the Tivoli ballroom, through the war years, the piano bars and the nascent folk music scene at the Mooncusser Cafe, where Carly Simon and James Taylor played their first licks. Authors Thomas Dresser and Jerry Muskin explore the homegrown music scene and the summer stars who keep islanders and visitors moving to the beat.

The Lives Of Ingolf Dahl

Author : Anthony Linick
ISBN : 9781438914015
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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He was considered a musician's musician, the most gifted artist in that exciting Southern California world dominated by the great emigré composers, the film industry, the brilliant soloists and the avant-gardists who made Los Angeles a musical capital. Ingolf Dahl (1912-1970) was an accomplished composer, conductor, pianist and a mentor to eminent contemporary figures like Michael Tilson Th omas - yet he never achieved the celebrity which others felt he deserved. He was not the man his public knew, a happily married gentile of Swedish extraction. His thirty-year marriage to Etta, one that seemed the epitome of mutual love and devotion, was beset by insoluble problems of identity - for Dahl was a closeted homosexual. He was also a German whose father was a Jew, and his name was not even Ingolf Dahl. His decision to disguise all of these truths, even from members of his own family, lead to fatal distortions in his creative being and public persona. Although he numbered many famous figures among his friends, from Gracie Fields to Igor Stravinsky and Benny Goodman, Dahl always experienced life as an outsider. When he died he left behind an extensive body of correspondence and 42 years worth of intimate daily journals. Etta Dahl (1905-1970) left many written records as well. These sources, never made public before, and the recollections of many survivors, give us a portrait of an intriguingly complex character, noble and self-absorbed, creative and crankish, passionate and repressed. The Lives of Ingolf Dahl has one other unique source, the author himself. Anthony Linick was the child of this famous marriage, the son whose very existence contributed to the elaborate deformations of fact and persona that so disfi gured Dahl's life. With love and respect - and the historian's devotion to the truth - he can tell their whole story at last.

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