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  • performances
  • More music was established in the cities, and opera performances and symphony concerts were considered to be of high standards. (wikipedia.org)
  • Part historical documentary, part long-form music video, the film features 15 of Abbey's incredible performances interwoven with a soundtrack that includes both archival material and new original compositions. (amnh.org)
  • performers
  • A great number of performers who have sacrificed their lives in music can be found throughout Montreal, struggling to make ends meet while facing systemic racism as immigrants. (mcgilldaily.com)
  • instruments
  • They have a tradition of crafted arabesque orchestral arrangements, use contrasting instruments, and always have a well-developed percussive part (the element of percussion once incorporated into classical music and the west came originally from Turkish march music, and had been the new exotic element at that time). (norient.com)
  • stories
  • During cultural immersion days, ethnic foods, stories, and music contribute to learning about the children, families, and the assets and needs of that community. (ucsd.edu)
  • career
  • During his 25 year career, he has offered music for projects spanning classic game titles, anime crossovers, solo albums, musicals, and even a certain robotic dog. (game-ost.com)
  • It is apparent that your music career is taking on a certain exponential quality (tour growth, appearences/interviews, forum, CD sales, etc.) that could mean future success. (viennateng.com)
  • Chinese
  • See traditional Chinese dancing at North Central College Saturday. (dailyherald.com)
  • The first event is the Emory Chamber Music Society of Atlanta's annual Chinese New Year concert on Friday, Jan. 31 at noon at the Michael C. Carlos Museum. (emory.edu)
  • cultural
  • For example, PRIME-HEq students will meet in a cultural community, eat and share a traditional meal with leaders and community members, and learn directly from their hosts about the history, views, beliefs, and traditions of that particular community or culture. (ucsd.edu)
  • concert
  • Healing Nation Foundation fiscally sponsored by Fractured Atlas - To the Rising Sun, A multi-media music concert incorporating the poetry of Maya Angelou. (queenscouncilarts.org)
  • In the second half of the 19th century, some fiddlers, especially those from Voss and Telemark , significantly Lars Fykerud (who eventually moved to Stoughton, Wisconsin in the United States and then returned to Telemark late in life), began introducing more expressive ways of playing, turning the traditional slått music to concert music for the urban classes. (wikipedia.org)
  • find
  • It was very fun to work with the data on platforms that allow a limited number of audio streams, trying to find ways to write varied music. (game-ost.com)
  • So I realize that a lot of Asians are intrigued by the sheer novelty of what I'm doing, and if/when they find out the music is actually something they like, they're all the more compelled to tell their friends about it. (viennateng.com)
  • ancient
  • If you treat something like an ancient artifact in a museum, it will gradually fade away," says the project's French-trained, ethnic Mongolian producer, Lü Jiajia. (newsweek.com)
  • work
  • It follows from more than ten years of collaborative work together on music and film projects in Ghana. (amnh.org)
  • school music
  • The line should have completed their prior learning are eminently measurable if not in any straightforward way see the school music teachers, which was loosely modeled on treasure hunts and involved a change in view of musical mapping. (isca-speech.org)
  • He also attributes this lack of interest to the underdevelopment of school music programs. (mcgilldaily.com)
  • group
  • I sang as well as composed music for the group, and we played on the streets of Harajuku as well as in various clubs throughout Tokyo. (game-ost.com)
  • Instead of just acting, I formed my own theater group and composed all of the original music for plays and musicals that we produced and performed. (game-ost.com)
  • scene
  • The animated cutscenes were fully integrated, and the music to the thrilling opening scene ('Virgin Crisis') and the music to the ending scene when the heroine lingers behind by herself ('Ever Green') were very well received, so a soundtrack was released. (game-ost.com)
  • This particular aggregation is an indication of the strong connection between the current Chicago improvising scene and the vibrant Swedish creative music scene. (squidco.com)
  • history
  • I've got a whole congregation living in my head these days, and i'm preaching from the pulpit to cries of amen brother" is one of the top 10 moments ever put down on a record in the history of music. (viennateng.com)
  • classical
  • In that way, I moved from classical, to pop and rock, and then to ethnic music, and I came to be exposed to and enjoy all types of music. (game-ost.com)
  • New Music Horizons fiscally sponsored by Fractured Atlas - 2 fall concerts showcasing contemporary jazz and classical composers at Flushing Town Hall. (queenscouncilarts.org)
  • early
  • Much has been learned about early music in Norway from physical artifacts found during archaeological digs. (wikipedia.org)
  • Young
  • The rural South was a hotbed for the blues in the '20s and '30s, and young Muddy became entranced with the music when he discovered a neighbor had a phonograph and records by the likes of Blind Lemon Jefferson, Lonnie Johnson, and Tampa Red. (apple.com)
  • time
  • It's the first time such music has ever been performed in the Grand Theater, a formal venue more accustomed to large Western symphonies playing Beethoven. (newsweek.com)
  • Also, at the same time as I was pursuing music, I actively pursued theater. (game-ost.com)
  • subject
  • And a very important always to be centered in the environment in which the subject has the ability to succeed in music technology is used in a centralized planned organization. (isca-speech.org)
  • Mass Music of Bangladesh: subject & Tune Variation. (ac.bd)
  • country
  • Norway is a rather sparsely populated country in Europe (5 million inhabitants in an area of some 324,000 km 2 (125,097 sq mi) excluding Svalbard and Jan-Mayen ), but even so its music and its musical life are as complex as those of most other countries. (wikipedia.org)
  • He is also a performer and has performed country music in Japan, Korea and India. (ac.bd)
  • year
  • The next year the label offered him a happier pairing, with youngbloods who'd apprenticed playing his music, for Fathers and Sons . (apple.com)
  • Although
  • In the Summer 2001 issue of Copper Press, Bill Meyer said, "Although its music encompasses vast spaces, the recording is hardly immaterial. (squidco.com)
  • life
  • My mission is to share the musical exploration that has enriched my life by fostering my students' desires to express themselves through music. (takelessons.com)
  • Upon entrance to Canada, the MWSO's members were faced with numerous obstacles, and many had to adapt to a life without music. (mcgilldaily.com)
  • sound
  • Cyber City was produced for the launch of the first Japanese PC to have a CD-ROM drive, FM-Towns, so the music used synthesizers and sampling instead of the internal sound source, resulting in a more genuine sound. (game-ost.com)