Johann Bernoulli

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  • Mahler 4th Symphony Analysis

    It is worth mentioning that most of the quotations are from large Symphonic works of composers who were living and writing concomitantly with Mahler. Berio himself in an interview assumes the emphasis placed on 20th century music, most specifically in the last one hundred years. Although the preference for modern works points towards a post-tonal harmonic structure, the majority of quotations are of a more moderate nature, such as Stravinsky, Ravel and Debussy rather than the full-blown…

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  • Bach Partitas Analysis

    Bach’s three sets of six suites for keyboard, titled Partitas, French Suites, and English Suites have caused specialists to fruitlessly comb each set for some sense of distinct national characteristics. It was the publishers, however, not Bach, who provided the titles and Bach’s original manuscripts are lost. The English Suites, or Suites pour les Anglois, for example, were published with this name after Bach’s death. The basic style of Baroque suites, including Bach’s instrumental suites, was…

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  • Antonio Vivaldi's Violin Concertos

    Antonio Vivaldi, is my composer he was born in the year 1678 in Venice, Italy. He was recognized as one of the greatest bourke time perdid authors. He was a violinist, teacher, and cleric in his lifetime. He was influenced by the widespread across europe. He composed many instrumental concertos, for the violin and a variety of other instruments, as well as sacred choral works and more than forty operas. His most popularest piece is a work is a series of violin concertos known as The Four…

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  • Ralph Vaughan Williams Dona Nobis Pacem

    Spanning approximately forty minutes, Ralph Vaughan Williams' Dona Nobis Pacem was first performed on October 2, 1936. Following World War I and preceding World War II, this suite of choral pieces appears to be a call for peace and a warning against war, perhaps directly referencing R. Vaughan Williams' own personal beliefs. Divided into six sections or movements, the text is taken from poems by Walt Whitman, John Bright, and passages of the Bible. These pieces are: "Agnus Dei", "Beat, beat,…

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  • Elizabethan Era Music Facts

    Elizabethan Era Music Facts Music was an important form of entertainment in the Elizabethan Era. 2. Music and Elizabethan instruments could be performed by musicians, or simple songs and ballads could be sung in the villages and fields to take time from the tasks undertaken by the lower classes. 3. Elizabethans usually attended church on Sunday’s which led to the popularity of many songs. 4. Music had been used to help write poems during the Medieval Era. 5. The importance of music to the…

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  • Relationship Between Baroque And Classical Eras

    The Link—Music between the Baroque and Classical Eras In the early to mid-18th Century, instrumental music was becoming the most popular form of music. One prominent and revolutionary composer during this time was Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach (called “CPE” Bach). His music provides insight into what happened during the transition between the Baroque and the Classical era. His compositions written in the sensitive style inspired the next generation of composers, including Haydn, Mozart and…

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  • Musica Est Optimum: Martin Luther's Theory Of Music

    1. Loewe, J. Andreas. “‘Musica Est Optimum’: Martin Luther’s Theory of Music,” Music & 0 0 0 Letters 94, no 4 (2013): 573-605 “‘Musica Est Optimum’: Martin Luther’s Theory of Music”, an article by J. Andreas Loewes begins by citing a volume written by Carl Schalk titled Luther on Music, which updated previous records on the subject written by Walter Buszin and Paul Nettl. Schalk claimed that their works “caused frustration because of a lack of documentation”, though there were other…

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  • Chopin Piano Concerto Analysis

    Chopin's first Piano Concerto in E minor was born in the early Baroque period of the seventeenth century (). The concerto is divided into two performance groups: a lead group with professional musicians, and a group with amateur musicians. Chopin is a great composer known as a piano poet. His genius created the beauty of music that only the piano had. Chopin's piano is one of the representatives of the European romanticism. The most prominent feature of romantic music is the emphasis on the…

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  • Johann Sebastian Bach: A Brief Biography

    Johann Sebastian Bach was born on March 31, 1685 in Eisenach, Thuringia, Germany and died on July 28, 1750 in Leipzig, Germany. Although he only lived 65 years, he has left a legacy as one of the most impactful and greatest composers of all time. Biography Bach is from the Baroque era of music.(1600-1760) During the Baroque era, people had a lot of children. Bach had lots of siblings, 8 to be exact. When he became an orphan at the age of 10, his brother, Johann Christoph, took him in for…

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  • Isabella A Cappella Analysis

    Title: Angelus autem Domini Publisher: Friedrich Pustet (1854) Composer/Arranger: Felice Anerio Voicing: SATB Language: Latin Difficulty Level: Medium Length of Piece: 1:40 Accompanied or A Cappella: A Cappella Sacred or Secular: Sacred Comments: This is an A cappella piece that requires experienced singers. There are no extreme ranges. Ranges and tessitura are generally standard.. Highly recommended work for Easter as it’s a religious work. 2. Title: Factum est…

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