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  • crucial figure in the transitional period between the Classical and Romantic eras in Western classical music, and remains one of the most acclaimed and influential
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  • jpg18131893Unitarian minister, transcendentalist, and America's first influential classical music critic "God Bless Our Native Land", tr., 1844 "O Holy Night", tr.
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  • _CharlesCharlesEdwardIves1913.jpg18741954An American composer of modernist classical music. 114 Songs (1922) In Flanders Fields, words by John McCrae Postface
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  • By the President of the United States of America A Proclamation Classical music is one of the glories of the world, a living tradition that enriches
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  • that began centuries ago and resounds to this day. At the heart of classical music is continuity and tradition. What was heard in a Vienna opera house
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  • The Musical Times (category Periodicals, Music)
    sister projects: Wikipedia article, Commons category, Data item. a classical music journal edited and produced in the United Kingdom, from 1844 to present
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  • on concerts of chamber music at Berlin with eminent success. He has done great service for the advancement of classical music, and by his conscientious
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  • Proclamation 6715 − Women's Equality Day, 1994 Proclamation 6716 − Classical Music Month, 1994 Proclamation 6717 − National Gang Violence Prevention Week
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  • coffee without sugar classical music to school by taxi tea without cream to the beach in the winter raw fish to school on time visual aids in the
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  • lay:―There is the music of the masses; there is the music of a narrower circle; that of a narrower circle still; and lastly, the classical music of the cultured
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  • About 1825 he published a volume of cathedral music of his composition, and he also adapted much classical music for use in the Anglican service, but he was
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  • which several numbers appeared, contains a valuable collection of classical music. In the preface to it, Bremner mentions his having bought the celebrated
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  • the practice of classical works. In 1826 he was recalled to his native country by the king, and appointed kapellmeister of his court music. In 1833 however
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  • from Manila as recently as the year 1700. The perfection of Japanese classical music may be heard at Tōkyō from the Band of Court Musicians attached to
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  • and the country festivals. At first Mrs. Bishop devoted herself to classical music, but she was induced to turn her attention to the Italian school by
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  • the most classical music of that departed genius. Beale was since recently appointed a professor of his instrument, in the Royal Academy of Music, and to
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  • the earliest Scottish societies engaged in the study of classical music. [Grove's Dict. of Music and Musicians; Nichols's Lit. Anecd. vi. 11, 32, 87; Notes
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  • appointment at the Conservatory. His failure to establish a school for classical music led him to Milan to assume the direction of the local ballet. On his
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  • during the last hundred years has done much for the popularization of classical music among the citizens of this town. He began by giving a weekly musical
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  • good service in the direction of popularizing classical music in England by his Selection of Sacred Music from the Works of the most Eminent Composers
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