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Early concert-life in America. (1731-1800)

Oscar George Theodore Sonneck

Early concert-life in America. (1731-1800)

by Oscar George Theodore Sonneck

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Published by M. Sändig in Wiesbaden .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Music -- United States -- History and criticism

  • Edition Notes

    StatementO. G. Sonneck.
    SeriesLibrary of American civilization -- LAC 16543.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination338 p.
    Number of Pages338
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13558180M
    OCLC/WorldCa15189537

    Description: "A major contribution to our understanding of church music, the Wesley family, and concert life in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries by leading experts in the field. There is truly no competitor for this volume."ùDavid W. Music author of Christian Hymnody in Twentieth-Century Britain and America: An Annotated Bibliography. Sabrina Xiao He, piano Ivory Classics CD The pairing of Chinese piano music and that of Claude Debussy is a natural one, given the French fondness for Asian influences in art and music, particularly during the late-nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, and the fondness for, and keen appreciation of, nature in most Asian cultures.

    Annals of Music in America A Chronological Record of Significant Musical Events by Henry Charles Lahee. Free audio book that you can download in mp3, iPod and iTunes format for your portable audio player. Audio previews, convenient categories and excellent search functionality make your best source for free audio books. America's Musical Life: A History, by Richard Crawford. New York and London: W. W. Norton, xvi, pp. Richard Crawford's most recent book, America's Musical Life: A History, con- tinues the author's long personal habit of rigorous teaching and research. Long-awaited, and very much worth the wait, it caps a career full of outstand-.

      Mandolin in early music; If this is your first visit, One interesting music book I have come across is the printing of Sonneck's Early Concert Life in America () which has a few mentions of mandolin and guitar. Here's the link to that. Sonneck shows, in his "Early Concert-Life in America," many programs in which orchestral works are mentioned. And it is well to state here that it is almost impossible to [Pg 7] locate the first performance in America of many of the works of the older composers, including Haydn and Mozart, because no opus number is mentioned, nor anything to.


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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sonneck, Oscar George Theodore, Early concert-life in America. Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sonneck, Oscar George Theodore, Early concert-life in America (   Excerpt from Early Concert-Life in America () Where there was a chamber organ that one Phillips played upon, and some shop keepers and foremen [apparently forming a musical olubl] came weekly to sing in concert, and to hear and enjoy ale and tobacco, and after some time the company grew : Oscar George Theodore Sonneck.

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Not indexed. Not illustrated. edition. Get this book in print Early Concert-life in America () Oscar George Brown called Capron celebrated century Charleston Chorus Church City Clarinet composed consisted Daily Advertiser dancing desire dollar early fact Finale Flute French further Garden gave Gazette gentlemen give given Grand Grand Overture Hagen Hall Haydn held Reviews: 1.

Had this survey of Early Opera in America originally not been intended for serial publication, which forbade instructive and perhaps entertaining but not absolutely necessary digressions into general operatic history, it would easily have assumed the proportions of my pendant book on "Early Concert-Life in.

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English writer, Mr. Percy A. Scholes, in his book "The Puritans and Music" has accumulated a mass of information about the actual place of music in the seventeenth-century life of both England and New England which, for any open mind, completely destroys the myth; and Oscar G.

Sonneck, in his "Early Concert Life in America," has brought to. Early Concert-Life in America () Novinka; This is a reproduction of the original artefact. Generally these books are created from careful scans of the original. This allows us to preserve the book accurately and present it in the way the author intended.

Since the origina celý popis. Oscar Sonneck's influential text, Early Concert-Life in America (), was the first scholarly publication to acknowledge the musical prominence of Charleston's St. Cecilia Society, but Sonneck lamented that their early history appeared to have been lost.

It has been practically impossible to find accurate data about the works of the older composers, -- Haydn, Mozart and others, for while there are many programs in which their names are mentioned the work played is seldom specified (see Mr.

Sonneck 's "Early Concert-Life in America"), and one must wait until the period arrives in which the. Studies of concert life in nineteenth-century America have generally been limited to large orchestras and the programs we are familiar with today.

But as this book reveals, audiences of that era enjoyed far more diverse musical experiences than this focus would suggest. To hear an orchestra, people were more likely to head to a beer garden, restaurant, or summer resort than to a concert hall.

by, Aug The first Gewandhaus in Leipzig, aroundfrom the collection of the Stadtgeschichtliches Museum Leipzig. Leipzig After y S. Sposato.

Oxford University Press, pages. By Valerie Walden. BOOK REVIEW — The image on the cover of this book features a piano being thrown out of an upstairs window. The first documented public concert in Philadelphia took place in the Assembly Hall of the Masonic Lodge in Lodge Alley, the first Masonic lodge in the United States, on Janu The concert was organized by Mr.

John Palma, about who little is known. According to a notice in the Pennsylvania Journal, tickets could be acquired at the London Coffee-House and cost one dollar each. Early concert-life in America () / (Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, ), by O.

Sonneck (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) The basis of musical pleasure, together with a consideration of the opera problem and the expression of emotions in music, (New York, London: G.P.

Putnam's Sons, ), by Albert Gehring (page images. 2 0. G. Sonneck, Early Concert-Life in America (i73i) (Leipzig, I) and Early Opera in America (New York, I9I5). 3 Percy A. Scholes, The Puritans and Music in England and New England: a Contribution to the Cultural History of Two Nations (London, I).

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Twin Guarneri Violins Reunited at Library.William Billings (), is considered by many to be the foremost representative of early American music. Billings was born in Boston on October 7, Largely self-trained in music, he was a tanner by trade and a friend of such figures of the American Revolution as Samuel Adams and Paul Revere.