Schubert Quintet in C, D 956 - 2. Adagio - Zagreb International Chamber Music Festival 2008
Schubert Quintet in C, D 956 - 2. Adagio live at the Zagreb International Chamber Music Festival 2008 Susanna Yoko Henkel - violin Stefan Milenkovich - violi...
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Schubert Quintet in C, D 956 - 2. Adagio live at the Zagreb International Chamber Music Festival 2008 Susanna Yoko Henkel - violin Stefan Milenkovich - violi...
Chamber music - What is Chamber Music?
Ever wonder about what makes Chamber Music different from other music? Are you curious about the Chamber Music Society's artists and touring? Find out more a...
Chamber music - A Short Film for the End of Time - Part 1
This short film celebrates one of the most significant pieces to come from the Second World War. Olivier Messiaen: Quartet for the End of Time; Movement 7 A ...
Chamber music
Susanne Frank, Stephan Goerner (Carmina Quartet) and Rolf Lislevand play the 4th movement from Boccherini's popular Night music. A track from Carmina's lat...
Classical music riot
A classical music riot is violent, disorderly behavior (a riot) that occurs upon (usually) the premiere of a controversial piece of classical music.Examples include:
Das Floß der Medusa
Das Floß der Medusa (The Raft of the Medusa) is an oratorio by the German composer Hans Werner Henze. It is regarded as a seminal work in the composer's political alignment with left-wing politics.Hen...
Das Floß der Medusa - Wikipedia
Nederlands Blazers Ensemble
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Johann Dubez
John Dubez (1828 – October 27, 1891) was an Austrian virtuoso on several instruments mandolin, guitar, harp, and zither—and an instrumental composer.Dubez was born and died in Vienna. In 1846 h...
Querelle des Bouffons
The Querelle des Bouffons ("Quarrel of the Comic Actors"), also known as the Guerre des Bouffons ("War of the Comic Actors") and the Guerre des Coins ("War of the Corners"), was the name given to a ba...
Origins of opera
The art form known as opera originated in Italy in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, though it drew upon older traditions of medieval and Renaissance courtly entertainment. The word opera, mean...
Origins of opera - Wikipedia
Music written in all 24 major and minor keys
There is a long tradition in classical music (as well as in other genres) of writing music in sets of pieces that collectively cover all the major and minor keys of the chromatic scale. These sets typ...
Music written in all 24 major and minor keys - Wikipedia
Grand opera
Grand opera is a genre of 19th-century opera generally in four or five acts, characterised by large-scale casts and orchestras, and (in their original productions) lavish and spectacular design and st...
Grand opera - Wikipedia
Sonata
Sonata (/səˈnɑːtə/; Italian: [soˈnaːta], pl. sonate; from Latin and Italian: sonare, "to sound"), in music, literally means a piece played as opposed to a cantata (Latin and Italian cantare, "to sing...
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Circe in the arts
The sorceress Circe is a figure from Greek mythology whose father was the sun (Helios) and whose mother was an ocean nymph. She appears in three separate stories. The best known is when Odysseus visi...
Circe in the arts - Wikipedia
Lisztomania (phenomenon)
Lisztomania or Liszt fever was the intense fan frenzy directed toward Franz Liszt during his performances. This frenzy first occurred in Berlin in 1841 and the term was later coined by Heinrich Heine ...
Lisztomania (phenomenon) - Wikipedia
Four Organs
Four Organs is a work for four electronic organs and maraca, composed by Steve Reich in January 1970.
The four organs harmonically expound a dominant eleventh chord (E–D–E–F♯–G♯–A–B)...
Federigo Fiorillo
Federigo Fiorillo (baptized 1 June 1755 Brunswick, Germany, died after 1823) was a mandolinist and composer, who wrote thirty-six caprices for violin, also called études.
Fiorillo's father was Ign...
List of musical forms by era
This is a list of musical forms and genres organized according to the eras of Classical music. The form of a musical composition refers to the general outline of the composition, based on the sections...
List of musical forms by era - Wikipedia
Francesco Maria Veracini
Francesco Maria Veracini (1 February 1690 – 31 October 1768) was an Italian composer and violinist, perhaps best known for his sets of violin sonatas. As a composer, according to Manfred Bukofze...
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List of Medieval composers
This is a list of Medieval composers. Composers whose names are italicised have no known surviving music, although in some cases texts to songs attributed to them survive.
List of Medieval composers - Wikipedia
Skandalkonzert
The Skandalkonzert of March 31, 1913, was a concert of the Wiener Konzertverein (Vienna Concert Society) conducted by Arnold Schoenberg in the Great Hall of the Musikverein. The audience, shocked by t...
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The Rite of Spring
The Rite of Spring (French: Le Sacre du printemps, Russian: «Весна священная», Vesna svyashchennaya) is a ballet and orchestral concert work by the Russian composer Igor Stravinsky. It was wr...
Castrati
A castrato (Italian, plural: castrati) is a type of classical male singing voice equivalent to that of a soprano, mezzo-soprano, or contralto. The voice is produced by castration of the singer before ...
Castrati - Wikipedia