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John Coltrane
John Coltrane
John Coltrane "I\'ve got to keep experimenting. I feel that I\'m just beginning. I have part of what I\'m looking for in my grasp, but not all. John Coltrane This phrase, from the liner notes of "My Favorite Things" clearly defines Coltrane\'s life and his search for the incorporation of his spirituality with his music. John Coltrane was not only an essential contributor to jazz, but also music itself. John Coltrane died thirty-two years ago, on July 17, 1967, at the age of forty. In the years s
1952 The Way it Really Was
1952 The Way it Really Was
1952 The Way it Really Was The decade of the Fifties gave birth to Rock and Roll. When Bill Haley\'s Rock Around The Clock became popular in 1952, the nation learned to swing to a whole new sound. But, Rock wasn\'t the only music of the Fifties. (Rewind the fifties jukebox) Other artists with other songs had folks humming\' for much of the decade. Pat Boone, Perry Como and Patti Page - just to mention the Ps . (Fifties Web) The feel-good innocence of a lot of the Fifties music reflects on the po
Rodgers And Hammerstein
Rodgers And Hammerstein
Rodgers And Hammerstein There are many well-known lyricists and composers, but only a few leave such a mark as Rodgers and Hammerstein. This duo produced nine musical plays during their partnership and caused a profound change in musical comedy. They set the standards that are followed to this day in musical history. They created the modern musical that we all know and love. Before they became Rodgers and Hammerstein, they were simply Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II, both of New York Ci
The Search For New Direction In The Musical. From
The Search For New Direction In The Musical. From
The Search For New Direction In The Musical. From The \'American Dream\' To The \'Rock Opera\'. The Search for New Direction in the musical. From the American Dream to the Rock-Opera. 1950 to 1978 were despondent ones for the musical. American musical theatre had been showing signs of exhaustion. This most seemingly anti-intellectual of genres carries its own ideological project. Before this, the musicals not only exhibited singing and dancing; they were about singing and dancing, explaini
Rodgers and Hammerstein Changin Musical Theater Hi
Rodgers and Hammerstein Changin Musical Theater Hi
Rodgers and Hammerstein Changin Musical Theater History There are many well-known lyricists and composers, but only a few leave such a mark as Rodgers and Hammerstein. This duo produced nine musical plays during their partnership and caused a profound change in musical comedy. They set the standards that are followed to this day in musical history. They created the modern musical that we all know and love. Before they became Rodgers and Hammerstein, they were simply Richard Rodgers and Oscar Ham
American musical
American musical
american musical From the ‘American Dream’ to the ‘Rock-Opera’. 1950 to 1978 were the hopeless years for the musical. American musical theatre had been showing signs of exhaustion. This most seemingly illogical of genres carries its own ‘ideological project’. Before this, musicals not only demonstrated singing and dancing; they were about singing and dancing, explaining the importance of that experience. Not only did musicals give the most intense pleasure to their audience but also supplied a g
Rodgers And Hammerstein: Changin Musical Theater H
Rodgers And Hammerstein: Changin Musical Theater H
Rodgers And Hammerstein: Changin Musical Theater History There are many well-known lyricists and composers, but only a few leave such a mark as Rodgers and Hammerstein. This duo produced nine musical plays during their partnership and caused a profound change in musical comedy. They set the standards that are followed to this day in musical history. They created the modern musical that we all know and love. Before they became Rodgers and Hammerstein, they were simply Richard Rodgers and Oscar Ha
Rodgers and Hammerstein
Rodgers and Hammerstein
Rodgers and Hammerstein Rodgers and Hammerstein Collaborations Oklahoma! The first collaboration of Rodgers and Hammerstein was entitled Oklahoma! The idea of the musical came from a play called Green Grow the Lilacs, written by Lynn Riggs in 1931. This story is about the state of Oklahoma at the turn of the century, when the Indian Territory joined the United States. It is the story of a girl named Laurey Williams and her (sort of) love triangle with two boys by the names of Curley McClain and
Rodgers And Hammerstein
Rodgers And Hammerstein
Rodgers And Hammerstein There are many well-known lyricists and composers, but only a few leave such a mark as Rodgers and Hammerstein. This duo produced nine musical plays during their partnership and caused a profound change in musical comedy. They set the standards that are followed to this day in musical history. They created the modern musical that we all know and love. Before they became Rodgers and Hammerstein, they were simply Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II, both of New York Ci
Rodgers and Hammerstein
Rodgers and Hammerstein
Rodgers and Hammerstein Rodgers and Hammerstein Collaborations Oklahoma! The first collaboration of Rodgers and Hammerstein was entitled Oklahoma! The idea of the musical came from a play called Green Grow the Lilacs, written by Lynn Riggs in 1931. This story is about the state of Oklahoma at the turn of the century, when the Indian Territory joined the United States. It is the story of a girl named Laurey Williams and her (sort of) love triangle with two boys by the names of Curley McClain and
Listening Assignments For Brooklyn College 2.2
Listening Assignments For Brooklyn College 2.2
Listening Assignments For Brooklyn College 2.2 Brooklyn College Instructor R. Janssen 7/15 Listening Assignment # 1 Organ Fugue in G Minor, J.S. Bach, p109-110 A highness in the pitch is the frequency in the vibrations are getting faster. A second tone is getting introduced, there is an interval between them. This second tone is low, as it gets louder the vibrations increase. It is the same tone in the first part, but the octave changes to low and high and the vibrations increase introducing oth
The search for new direction in the musical From t
The search for new direction in the musical From t
The search for new direction in the musical From the American Dream to the Rock Opera The Search for New Direction in the musical. From the American Dream to the Rock-Opera. 1950 to 1978 were despondent ones for the musical. American musical theatre had been showing signs of exhaustion. This most seemingly anti-intellectual of genres carries its own ideological project. Before this, the musicals not only exhibited singing and dancing; they were about singing and dancing, explaining the mag
John Coltrane
John Coltrane
John Coltrane John Coltrane "I've got to keep experimenting. I feel that I'm just beginning. I have part of what I'm looking for in my grasp, but not all. John Coltrane This phrase, from the liner notes of "My Favorite Things" clearly defines Coltrane's life and his search for the incorporation of his spirituality with his music. John Coltrane was not only an essential contributor to jazz, but also music itself. John Coltrane died thirty-two years ago, on July 17, 1967, at the age of forty. In t
20th century theater
20th century theater
20th century theater At the beginning of the twentieth century, American theatre was heavily dominated by commercialism. In 1909, an attempt to establish a European-style art theatre in New York City was made (Geisinger, 241). The building was so cavernous and unsuited for experimental work that the project failed after two seasons. Dedicated to producing the best of European and classical drama and to fostering new American plays, the first production groups of the 1900’s were amateurs (Geising
1952 The Way it Really Was
1952 The Way it Really Was
1952 The Way it Really Was The decade of the Fifties gave birth to Rock and Roll. When Bill Haley's Rock Around The Clock became popular in 1952, the nation learned to swing to a whole new sound. But, Rock wasn't the only music of the Fifties. (Rewind the fifties jukebox) Other artists with other songs had folks humming' for much of the decade. Pat Boone, Perry Como and Patti Page - just to mention the Ps . (Fifties Web) The feel-good innocence of a lot of the Fifties music reflects on the post
Chicago Gangs
Chicago Gangs
Chicago Gangs From the late 1800\'s up through the present date, musical theater has changed. Though customs and love for the theater will always be carried on, origins, trends, and styles will change throughout time. "The American musical was born long before European operetta crossed the Atlantic. In The American Musical Stage Before 1800. Julian Mates tells us that "America\'s early theatres were essentially lyric theatres…In America, no earlier dramatic forms existed, and the musical stage
Oklahoma
Oklahoma
oklahoma Show: Oklahoma Date: 1930\'s (Movie 1950\'s) Music by: Richard Rodgers Book by: Oscar Hammerstein II Lyrics by: Oscar Hammerstein II Choreography by: Agnes de Mille Location and time of story: 1930\'s Oklahoma Principal Characters: Curly - tenor Laurey - Soprano Ali Hakim - Speaking part Jud Fry - Baritone Will Parker - Tenor Aunt Eller - Alto Ado Annie Carnes - Alto Secondary Characters: Mr. Skidmore - speaking part/tenor All singing, dancing, and speaking part extras Main Songs and/or
Rodgers And Hammerstein
Rodgers And Hammerstein
Rodgers And Hammerstein There are many well-known lyricists and composers, but only a few leave such a mark as Rodgers and Hammerstein. This duo produced nine musical plays during their partnership and caused a profound change in musical comedy. They set the standards that are followed to this day in musical history. They created the modern musical that we all know and love. Before they became Rodgers and Hammerstein, they were simply Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II, both of New York Ci
'I've got to keep experimenting. I feel that I'm j
'I've got to keep experimenting. I feel that I'm j
"I've got to keep experimenting. I feel that I'm just beginning. I have part of what I'm looking for in my grasp, but not all. John Coltrane This phrase, from the liner notes of "My Favorite Things" clearly defines Coltrane's life and his search for the incorporation of his spirituality with his music. John Coltrane was not only an essential contributor to jazz, but also music itself. John Coltrane died thirty-two years ago, on July 17, 1967, at the age of forty. In the years since, his influenc
Ch.12 Paul Whiteman(1890-1967)= a classically trai
Ch.12 Paul Whiteman(1890-1967)= a classically trai
Ch.12 Paul Whiteman(1890-1967)= a classically trained violinist and violist who adored jazz but lacked the gift to emulate the uninhibited improvisations of the jazz musicians he admired, formed a dance band in the early twenties that played jazzy arrangements of popular and even classical melodies. Blues = a black vocal folk music, began as vocal (largely instrumental). Classical blues = based on 3 lines of text. Wild wame don’t do the blues. Urban Blues = blues pieces written for publication a
Listening Assignments for brooklyn college 22
Listening Assignments for brooklyn college 22
Listening Assignments for brooklyn college 22 Organ Fugue in G Minor, J.S. Bach, p109-110 A highness in the pitch is the frequency in the vibrations are getting faster. A second tone is getting introduced, there is an interval between them. This second tone is low, as it gets louder the vibrations increase. It is the same tone in the first part, but the octave changes to low and high and the vibrations increase introducing other tones. In Class: The pitches of the melody are high, there are many
The Rebirth of American Musical Theatre
The Rebirth of American Musical Theatre
The Rebirth of American Musical Theatre Two great writers of American musical theatre, Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II, had one idea in common. They wanted to present to the American public a new and revolutionary musical that would stand out above the rest. They wanted to make an impact on the societies of the era. They wanted to be creative and do something that was considered rebellious. When they finally combined their ideas together they created an American masterpiece in musical t
Presentation given on Musical theatre
Presentation given on Musical theatre
Presentation given on Musical theatre The eminence of the musical has been the most significant theatre phenomenon in the world over the last twenty years. It has not only given British theatres a greatly needed financial boost but has changed popular theatre indefinitely. Before this, they never throbbed with subtlety because someone was always bursting into song about how every thing was looking just swell. The musical not only wanted to sing away your troubles, but your thoughts as well.
Ch.12 Paul Whiteman(1890-1967)= a classically trai
Ch.12 Paul Whiteman(1890-1967)= a classically trai
Ch.12 Paul Whiteman(1890-1967)= a classically trained violinist and violist who adored jazz but lacked the gift to emulate the uninhibited improvisations of the jazz musicians he admired, formed a dance band in the early twenties that played jazzy arrangements of popular and even classical melodies. Blues = a black vocal folk music, began as vocal (largely instrumental). Classical blues = based on 3 lines of text. Wild wame don’t do the blues. Urban Blues = blues pieces written for publication a
The Rebirth Of American Musical Theatre
The Rebirth Of American Musical Theatre
The Rebirth Of American Musical Theatre Two great writers of American musical theatre, Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II, had one idea in common. They wanted to present to the American public a new and revolutionary musical that would stand out above the rest. They wanted to make an impact on the societies of the era. They wanted to be creative and do something that was considered rebellious. When they finally combined their ideas together they created an American masterpiece in musical t
John coltrane
John coltrane
John coltrane "I\'ve got to keep experimenting. I feel that I\'m just beginning. I have part of what I\'m looking for in my grasp, but not all. John Coltrane This phrase, from the liner notes of "My Favorite Things" clearly defines Coltrane\'s life and his search for the incorporation of his spirituality with his music. John Coltrane was not only an essential contributor to jazz, but also music itself. John Coltrane died thirty-two years ago, on July 17, 1967, at the age of forty. In the years
John Coltrane
John Coltrane
John Coltrane I\'ve got to keep experimenting. I feel that I\'m just beginning. I have part of what I\'m looking for in my grasp, but not all. quot; #9; #9; #9; #9; John Coltrane This phrase, from the liner notes of My Favorite Things clearly defines Coltrane\'s life and his search for the incorporation of his spirituality with his music. John Coltrane was not only an essential contributor to jazz, but also music itself. John Coltrane died thirty-two years ago, on July 17, 1967, at the age of fo
Rodgers and Hammerstein
Rodgers and Hammerstein
Rodgers and Hammerstein Rodgers and Hammerstein Collaborations Oklahoma! The first collaboration of Rodgers and Hammerstein was entitled Oklahoma! The idea of the musical came from a play called Green Grow the Lilacs, written by Lynn Riggs in 1931. This story is about the state of Oklahoma at the turn of the century, when the Indian Territory joined the United States. It is the story of a girl named Laurey Williams and her (sort of) love triangle with two boys by the names of Curley McClain and
The way it really war
The way it really war
The way it really war The decade of the Fifties gave birth to Rock and Roll. When Bill Haley\'s Rock Around The Clock became popular in 1952, the nation learned to swing to a whole new sound. But, Rock wasn\'t the only music of the Fifties. (Rewind the fifties jukebox) Other artists with other songs had folks humming\' for much of the decade. Pat Boone, Perry Como and Patti Page - just to mention the Ps . (Fifties Web) The feel-good innocence of a lot of the Fifties music reflects on the post Wo