Johann Bernoulli

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  • Charlie Parker Analysis

    A highly reputed teacher, considered God by many elite musicians in the country talks to a young prodigy at the most esteemed Shaffer School of Music. Terrence Fletcher : I don't think people understood what it is that I am doing at Shaffer. I ain’t here to conduct. Any f***ing moron can wave his arms and keep people in tempo. I am here to push people beyond what's expected of them. I believe that is... an absolute necessity. Otherwise, we're depriving the world of the next Louis Armstrong. The…

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  • Student Concert Report Sample

    It was composed by Johann Sebastian Bach. The piece is from the Baroque era and its genre is partita. Partita is an instrumental piece composed of a series of variations, as a suite. In the title, it states that the composition is for "solo violin" but it was performed by…

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  • Johann Sebastian Bach

    She was born on 20 October 1684 at Gehren, where her father, Johann Michael Bach, was employed as organist. It is presumed that she and Bach were living within the same residence, when she came to live with her uncle after her mother’s passing in October 1704. Needless to say, Johann Sebastian did not exactly live the life of a saint during his Arnstadt term. He eventually searched elsewhere until an opportunity arose at Mühlhausen. Johann Georg Ahle, organist of the Blasiuskirche in…

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  • Modern Music: Stairway To Heaven By Johann Sebastian Bach

    though, the Baroque period, dating from 1600 to 1750 was centuries ago, the music and the composers of the period are relevant and prominent still today. Per the Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia, Johann Sebastian Bach was, “One of the greatest and most influential composers of the Western world” (“Johann Sebastian Bach”) Although, Bach was not recognized in his time as a great composer, he most definitely is recognized as such today, and has been since his compositions were reintroduced in the…

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  • Characteristics Between Medieval And Renaissance Music And The Renaissance Period

    As one takes a look back into the musical history of the world, they can see that today's musical society would not be anything like it is today without its past. From the medieval time period, we have received musical elements such as word painting and melismas. This was the start of melodic growth for the world. From the Renaissance time period, we have received musical elements such as harmony, improvisation, and Humanim. Without the characteristics of the Medieval time period, the…

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  • Movie Review: The Morning Raga By Mahesh Datani

    THE MORNING RAGA (VARIOUS THEMES) - BY DHANANJAY ARORA “The Morning Raga” is a film based on the play written by Mahesh Datani. This story basically revolves around music. In this story there are two best friends Swarnlata who is a Carnatic singer and Vaishnavi is shown as a violinist. On getting an opportunity of singing in the concert Swarnlata dominates Vaishnavi on accompanying her with their children. On the way their bus met with an accident with the car on the bridge of their village and…

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  • Vocal Music In The Baroque Era

    Vocal music in the Baroque era Introduction to the baroque era Taken from the Portuguese word “barroco (oddly shaped pearl)”, the term “Baroque” is associated with Western art music between the periods of 1600 to 1750 (Nicholas Kraemer accessed: 1 September 2016). In congruence to the word it derived from, Baroque music focussed on musical ornamentation, technique and contrast. Additionally, the concept of “melody” and “harmony” began to be articulated and implemented, in contrast to the…

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  • Petrus De Cruce Analysis

    The primary discussion this paper will address Petrus de Cruce's Aucun ont trouve/Lonc tans/Annuntiantes and its significance both historically and culturally on the motet genre. One of significance aspects of this piece is the voice range of triplum and motetus as well as how rhythmetrically complex it is. While not completely confined to that, the paper will discuss the characteristics of the motet as well as the implication of musical content and texture that Cruce used in his piece. The…

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  • Bilbo Reflection

    He invited Howard Shore to visit the different sets and to meet the cast, because he wanted him to immerse himself as much in the story as possible:"There were many months of reading Tolkien's books, studying Ring mythology and influences of Tolkien," Shore says "I had to do that in order to write, to express any ideas and emotions. [...] I think I´m always writing for an emotional impact. I want to feel something when I watch a film and that's how I create music. I mean, I'm watching a film and…

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  • Hannah Howland Ballade Analysis

    Performance. Hannah performed the first two pieces of her recital solo, and was then accompanied by Polina Khatsko, an instructor of Piano at the University of Northern Iowa, on her third and final piece. The pieces performed were all four movements of Johann Sebastian Bach’s Sonata No. 3 in C major, BWV 1005; the first movement, “Ballade”, of Eugene Ysayë’s Sonata No. 3 Opus 27; and all four movements of Gabrielle…

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