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The Storm - Neely Bruce - Piano Music In America, Volume I - 19th Century Concert & Parlor Music

6 Reply to “ The Storm - Neely Bruce - Piano Music In America, Volume I - 19th Century Concert & Parlor Music ”

  1. Mogore says:
    20th Century music with elements left to chance or the whim of the performer, also called chance music romantic music express emotion in art, spontineity in work, supernatural theme, tone color, wider ranges, more emotion, new combos of instrumentation, narration during music, concert-goers more conservative.
  2. Nagore says:
    Full Title: Piano Music in America, Volume I - 19th Century Concert & Parlor Music - Neely Bruce, Pianist - Dances, Marches and Fiddle Tunes from "The Home Circle", Boston, - Piano Pieces from "Folio of Music No. 2", Philadelphia, - Works by McDonald, Miller, Hoffman, Lange, Weber, Smith, Clar, Mack, Gottschalk & Others.
  3. Mikajin says:
    Lived most of his life in and around Rome. Organist and choir master for various churches including St. Peter's in Rome. Sang as part of the choir of the Sistine Chapel, but was dismissed for being married. Composed mostly sacred music including masses, motets, and sets of Spiritual madrigals.
  4. Sazuru says:
    19th Century Concert and Parlor Music Neely Bruce Pianist Piano Music in America Vol.2 Roger Shields Pianist VOX, LP. William Mason Piano Music Silver Spring, Badinage, Ballade et Barcarolle Kenneth Boulton Pianist NAXOS, CD. 第7章「ピアノ曲」W.メイソン.
  5. Nasar says:
    Nineteenth-Century Piano Music (Routledge Studies in Musical Genres) [R. Larry Todd] on classical.huswynbaktilararcanebrand.infoinfo *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. First Published in Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa classical.huswynbaktilararcanebrand.infoinfo by:
  6. Kalmaran says:
    ican Music, , held IMav 23, , at Brooklyn College, preceding a concert of American 19th-centurv parlor and concert music by members of The American Music Group of Urbana, Illinois. Moderator of the discussion was Gilbert Chase ( Senior Research Fellow of I.S.A.M.); panelists were Neely Bruce and William.

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