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81: Indigo
... out onto the stage and begins to play a dire melody that hurts our ears. Of course your ears are not accustomed to this "music". All your life you grew up listening to Chopin and Mozart so this grating melody goes against everything your ears have ever known. In fact it is so bad that people begin to get up and leave and you with you classical trained ear really begin ...
82: The Musician
... sounds of various instruments and various melodies very precisely. The more the individual practices the better this gift becomes. Otherwise, frustration may set-in when the music inside, cannot be reproduced ‘physically’ on the outside. Mozart could hear entire symphonies playing in his head with the ability to write down every note with out ever picking up or hearing an instrument. This ability grows from a seed planted at a very ...
83: What Is Heavy Metal
... lives refers to the combination of elements resulting in beauty and pleasure to our senses. Perhaps the best example in musical harmony could be the performances of musicians such as Ludwig van Beethoven, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and Frederic Chopin among many others who constitute to classical music. Their musical compositions employ soft gentle sounds from a variety of instruments. Each instrument is given the opportunity to be appreciated and delightful to ...
84: Violins
... Heifetz, Mischa Elman, and Nathan Milstein (who became U.S. citizens), the Hungarian Joseph Szigeti, and the Soviet David Oistrakh. Among composers of major solo and chamber works for the violin are Bach, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and Ludwig van Beethoven in the baroque and classical eras; the Austrian Franz Schubert, the Germans Johannes Brahms, Felix Mendelssohn, and Robert Schumann, and the Russian Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky in the romantic era; and the ...
85: Schindler’s List 2
... In another scene when the guard of the SS went into the Ghetto looking for Jewish survivors, one of the guard sits on the piano and plays a very fast pace, classical piece from either Mozart or Bach. Meanwhile the other guards fire at any survivor they can find in the Ghetto. There is a scene where all the suitcases and personal belongings from the Jewish from the Ghetto, are being ...
86: Derek
... world they controlled, and looking as though their thoughts were unfathomable; toughs in hotrods playing the latest Heavy Metal bands, or classic Led Zeppelin; prim librarians with nouveau- hornrimmed glasses (faint strands of Bach and Mozart), followed by a nondescript fellow in a battered Datsun from which Mahler's Symphony #2 blared forth. Some old red-faced guy driving a matching old red pickup fitted with racks for carrying plate glass ...
87: Music In The Romantic Period
... number of concerts per year to subscribed audiences. Many musical styles emerged from styles that came before the Classical Era. Pieces called "sonata," "quartet," "concerto," and "symphony were associated with works of similar names by Mozart and Haydn. Yet the nature of these large forms changed greatly starting with Beethoven's Third Symphony, "Eroica." Thematic Contrast increased and movements became longer. The number of symphonies written by Beethoven, Schubert, Schumann, Mendelssohn ...
88: The End of the 20th Century
... years later Lewis and Clark finished exploring the western US. Gold was discovered in California in 1848. The first half of the 20th century saw both WWI AND WWII. Unforgettable names like George Washington, Beethoven, Mozart, Thomas Edison, Christopher Columbus, Martin Luther King Jr., Shakespeare, Hitler, Joan of Arc, Einstein, Napoleon, The Kennedy’s, and da Vinci all led there lives during this millennium. So as we cap off such a ...
89: History Of Singing Styles
... to describe this is ornamental and florid. An example of a composition from this time is Handel's Messiah. Between 1750-1800 was the classical era with many famous composers emerging. One such composer was Mozart who had success with his comic operas and the requiem mass. 1800-1900 was known as the Romantic period. This period started to involve verbrato in the singing. This was a big change from the ...
90: George Bernard Shaw: The Man, The Myth, The Legend
... often criticized with harsh ridicule, especially famous performers who gave less than their very best effort. On the contrary, he would also express delight in spite of imperfections. One composer that Shaw rarely criticized was Mozart, his favorite musician. Another subject Shaw was known for criticizing is art. His art reviews were observant, realistic, sensible, and limited, nothing out of the ordinary (Morgan 103). As a critic of painting, Shaw wrote ...

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