Citations with the tag: MUSIC
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- To 50 Record Long-Run Broadway Plays.
// World Almanac & Book of Facts; 2000, p178
No abstract available.
- 'Room' for a musical.
COX, GORDON // Daily Variety; 6/24/2011, Vol. 311 Issue 58, p2
The article mentions several musical productions to be held in Old Globe Theater in San Diego, California in 2011-2012 including the musical version of the E. M. Forster novel "A Room With a View," a musical by Burt Bacharach and Steven Sater entitled "Some Lovers," and the musical "Nobody Loves...
- Cool sounds making waves.
Smith, Charlene // Finance Week; 2/24/2003, p72
Focuses on the music industry in South Africa as of February 26, 2003. High record sales posted by Afrikaans music; Top compact disc seller; Top ticket sellers in the Klein Karoo National Arts Festival.
- Doolittle packs a punch.
Jones, Alan // Music Week; 8/14/2010, Issue 32, p9
The article presents an analysis of the performance of several tracks played in the radio in Great Britain, including "California Gurls," by Katy Perry, "Pack Up," by Eliza Doolittle and "Billionaire," by Travie McCoy.
- March 21.
Jones, Alan // Music Week; 1/29/2011, Issue 4, p51
The article lists the singles which will be released on March 21, 2011 in Great Britain which includes "Dirty Work," by All Time Low, "Thank You, Happy Birthday," by Cage The Elephant, "Rock Diva," by Elysium III.
- The Official UK Albums Chart.
Jones, Alan // Music Week; 1/29/2011, Issue 4, p57
The article lists the top albums in the official albums chart in Great Britain which includes "Doo Wops & Hooligans," by Bruno Mars, "Loud," by Def Jam, and "Ritual Fiction," by White Lies.
- Music and music makers.
Jones, Alan // World Almanac for Kids; 1996, p144
Features information about various music related terms. Classical music including early and modern composers; Chamber music; Symphonies; Operas; The different types of voices for men and women; Symbols used in musical notation; Other points about famous composers.
- More music and music makers.
Jones, Alan // World Almanac for Kids; 1996, p145
Describes different types of music. Blues; Jazz; Country; Pop; Rock; Rap; Performers in each category.
- Special Session: Music in Ads, Stores and Homes.
Blair, M. Elizabeth; Kellaris, James // Advances in Consumer Research; 1993, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p558
Examines a variety of perspectives on the uses of music in marketing. Music as a background stimulus in retail environments; How objective properties of music influence consumers' affective responses; Changes in technology and marketing emphasis within the music industry.
Blair, M. Elizabeth; Kellaris, James // Advocate; 5/13/86, Issue 446, Special Section p81
Reports on developments in classical music that are of interest to gay and lesbian organizations in San Francisco, California, as of May 13, 1986.
Blair, M. Elizabeth; Kellaris, James // Advocate; 11/25/86, Issue 460, p65
Announces that the musical play 'A Dream for a Nickel,' by Sean-Michael Gillis, will open on November 21, in Los Angeles, California.
- CD best-sellers.
Blair, M. Elizabeth; Kellaris, James // Advocate; 10/31/95, Issue 693, p58
Presents a list of music recordings purchased by gays and lesbians. Includes `Dare to Love,' by Jimmy Somerville; `Out Classics,' by various artists; `Bette of Roses,' by Bette Midler.
Spiselman, Anne // Crain's Chicago Business; 8/12/96, Vol. 19 Issue 33, pDEM21
Provides information on various musicals staged in Chicago, Illinois for the period ended August 12, 1996. Includes European Repertory Company's `Agamemnon'; `Coffee Will Make You Black' shown at the City Lit Theatre; `The Convention' presented by the Aardvark Troupe.
- Music to the ears.
Spiselman, Anne // Current Health 1; Feb1990, Vol. 13 Issue 6, p19
Explains why the volume of music should be kept low when exercising to prevent hearing loss.
- Atonal music and its limits.
Ribe, N.M. // Commentary; Nov87, Vol. 84 Issue 5, p49
Tonality may be defined as a musical idiom in which all pitches are organized in relation to a given central pitch, or `tonal center.' Music which lacks such a center is commonly called `atonal.' Examines how serious music today is unsure of itself as it has not been since the early 20th...
- Britain cashes in on hit singles.
Ribe, N.M. // Christian Science Monitor; 2/25/97, Vol. 89 Issue 62, p15
Reports that British pop music is on track for a record year in 1997. When the Beatles, a music group, were popular; Success of The Spice Girls' single `Wannabe' in the United States; Information on the sale of pop music in Britain; Predictions from analysts about the British market.
- Behind the screen.
Ribe, N.M. // Christian Science Monitor; 3/21/97, Vol. 89 Issue 80, p20
Presents information on music. Information on blind auditions; Use of major orchestras for a `before and after study'; Variables which affect change.
- Held together by the strings.
Yee, Amy // Christian Science Monitor; 4/3/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 89, p21
Discusses Community Music Works, a nonprofit music instruction group in Providence, Rhode Island and the efforts of its founder Sebastian Ruth to teach children about music.
- Classical music that pops.
Lamb, Gregory M. // Christian Science Monitor; 5/4/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 112, p13
Discusses modern classical music, in light of performers such as Luciano Pavarotti and the female string quartet, Bond.
- Warning: This music is rated X.
Lamb, Gregory M. // Current Events; 2/16/90, Vol. 89 Issue 18, p1
Examines the growing controversy over explicit rock music lyrics. Voluntary warning labels on recordings; Examples of state laws which forbid the sale of objectionable recordings to children under 18; Censorship and First Amendment rights; Questions concerning the lyrics' effects on teenagers;...
- Warning labels on records.
Lamb, Gregory M. // Current Events; 3/30/90, Vol. 89 Issue 24, p3
Discusses the continuing controversy over parental warning labels on rock and rap recordings. Record companies' agreement to use labels; Public pressure on the record industry; Music industry's fear of censorship; Proposed state laws limiting the ability of children under 18 to purchase...
- Cassandra's curse: The future of the evolving western art tradition in music.
Lamb, Gregory M. // Design for Arts in Education; Jan1992, Vol. 93 Issue 3, p2
Presents an adaptation of Dennis C. Monk's paper `Cassandra's Curse: The Future of the Evolving Western Art Tradition in Music.' Strategy for dealing with a large mass of information through construction of a model; Information bottleneck; The worlds interacting; How the worlds interact; Two...
- Music as a vocation.
Lipman, Samuel // Design for Arts in Education; Jul92, Vol. 93 Issue 6, p52
Offers a look at music as a vocation. Max Weber's lecture `Politics as a Vocation'; Signs of danger; Goal of making music lovers; Ideal; Reality of the market; The true vocation; How to make music lovers; Passion and perspective.
- Discovering music's licensing legs.
Andreoli, Teresa // Discount Store News; 2/5/96, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p32
Presents information on the music and the music-related industry and how it affects the younger generation. CD-ROM titles; Sales generated from music videos.
- In the loop.
Miller, Jim // Electronic Musician; Sep96, Vol. 12 Issue 9, p86
Reports that as technology evolves, it will become easier to get looped samples from samplers and audio-editing software. Reason commercial sample libraries can be an asset to sampler owners; Music instruments which are suitable for short loops; Method used to loop a solo brass sound; How to...
- Irish music.
O'Neill, Alexis // Faces (07491387); Mar1996, Vol. 12 Issue 7, p35
Describes Irish passion for music. Views on link between music and soul; Information exchange through songs; Popularity of toe-tapping jigs and reels; Musical instruments used.
- Music in the air!
Lannom, Gloria W. // Faces (07491387); Mar2003, Vol. 19 Issue 7, p38
No abstract available.
- 's wonderful.
Lees, G. // Harper's Bazaar; Feb92, Issue 3362, p137
Traces the history of the American popular song. Factors that contributed to the rise of American song during the classic period from 1900-1950; Major performers of the period including Bing Crosby, Billie Holiday, Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett and others; Recent revival of the popular song era.
- Music, movement, and me.
Bilhartz, Patty; Plecas, Jennifer // Ladybug; Mar97, Vol. 7 Issue 7, p35
Suggests music as the best gift for children that would last a lifetime. Beliefs of early-childhood educators on joyful musical experiences; Positive effect of children's participation in early musical activities; Ways of delivering the gift of music to children; Moving; Singing; Listening;...
- Small businesses can now afford entertainment sponsorships.
Tenner, Lisa // Las Vegas Business Press; 06/30/97, Vol. 14 Issue 26, p4
Suggests the promotion of the music industry in Las Vegas, Nevada to boost the city's economy. Increasing number of concerts being held in the city; Opportunity for local companies to involve themselves in co-op advertising.
- Music and the theory of multiple intelligences.
Kassell, Cathy // Music Educators Journal; Mar98, Vol. 84 Issue 5, p29
Provides information on the issue of multiple intelligences (MI) in music. Reference to Howard Gardner's book `Frames of Mind: The Theory of Multiple Intelligences'; Information on memory devices and drills; Detailed information on multiple intelligences activities; Indepth look at integrating...
- Promoting thoughtful musical collaboration.
Beckman, Seth; Graves, Jeffrey // American Music Teacher; Feb/Mar97, Vol. 46 Issue 4, p20
Suggests ways to promote successful musical collaboration. Comments on collaborative music-making; Relationship between music and communication; Roles of musicians, texture, rhythmic issues and word painting as specific elements influencing the ensemble; Role of teachers in musical collaboration.
- Items of interest.
Beckman, Seth; Graves, Jeffrey // American Music Teacher; Apr/May97, Vol. 46 Issue 5, p4
Presents news briefs related to music as of April 1997. Includes PianoNet website for musicians with online information center by the National Piano Foundation; Robert Mann's announcement of retirement plans from the Juilliard String Quartet on July 1997; Students and teachers benefit from...
- Items of interest.
Beckman, Seth; Graves, Jeffrey // American Music Teacher; June/July97, Vol. 46 Issue 6, p4
Presents a round up of news about music. Includes the Twenty-Third Annual Christopher Parkening Master Class to be held on July 30-August 2, 1997; Composition of the song 'Tis a Gift by composer Anne McGinty to honor the victims of the TWA Flight 800; Appearance of the 19th century sheet music...
- Local association news.
Heermann, Charlotte // American Music Teacher; Apr/May98, Vol. 47 Issue 5, p109
Suggests several activities music teachers and music associations can consider as they begin planning for 1998. Recital for adult students; Piano camp for students; Membership drive.
- The autonomy of music.
McGeoch, Glenn D. // National Forum; Fall96, Vol. 76 Issue 4, p14
Reprints the article written by Glenn D. McGeoch published in the September 1939 issue of the `Phi Kappa Phi Journal' which discusses the nature of music. Philosophy of music; Historical development of music.
- TALK LIKE AN EGYPTIAN.
Giusti, Autumn C. // New Orleans Magazine; Dec2002, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p27
Reports on the debut performance of Disney's Tony Award-winning musical 'Aida' in New Orleans, Louisiana from December 10 to 22, 2002. Creators of the musical; Venue of the musical; Theme of the musical; Contact information of the musical.
- New York court dismisses music-licensing case.
Giusti, Autumn C. // Nation's Restaurant News; 9/09/96, Vol. 30 Issue 35, p62
Reports that the US District Court of Southern New York dismissed without prejudice a case filed by music-licensing groups which claimed a law that governs how music-listening fees are collected was unconstitutional.
- A week in music.
Clinch, Dermot // New Statesman; 07/11/97, Vol. 126 Issue 4342, p42
Highlights several developments relating to musical compositions in Great Britain as of July 11, 1997. Includes the launching of the musical recording `German Requiem' by Johannes Brahms in compact disc; Musicians Messrs Steinway and Sons delivery of two hired pianos to a theatrical venue in...
- A week in music.
Clinch, Dermot // New Statesman; 09/05/97, Vol. 126 Issue 4350, p41
Presents developments related to classical music in Great Britain for the week ending September 5, 1997. Nominations for the Mercury Music Prize; Jonathan Miller's `Opera Works' workshops on BBC2 television station; EMI's reissuance of several classical music recordings.
- Serial killers.
Dunnett, R. // New Statesman & Society; 5/24/91, Vol. 4 Issue 152, p37
Looks at the challenge to music's avant-garde establishment. David Matthews' `Fourth Symphony'; Classical music; British contemporary music scene; More.
- Shocking dissonances.
Dunnett, R. // New Statesman & Society; 4/10/92, Vol. 5 Issue 197, p35
Explores the development of expressionist music. Uproar over the new musical aesthetic of Arnold Schoenberg in 1913; Response from Schoenberg; How his expressive paintings reflect his musical style; Current exhibitions of his art work throughout Britain.
- Fringe benefits.
Ward, C. // New Statesman & Society; 6/5/92, Vol. 5 Issue 205, p29
Recounts the author's efforts to find the lyrics of the song about the day that O'Rafferty's pig ran away. First time hearing a portion of the song; Efforts to determine the particular genre to which the song belonged; Recent success at learning the complete lyrics.
- Musical events.
Porter, A. // New Yorker; 4/6/92, Vol. 68 Issue 7, p76
Discusses current and upcoming musical events that are happening in New York City and throughout the world. Three `Parsifal' productions are interesting; `Deafman Glance' and `Einstein on the Beach'; The lighting of the productions; Two Lully operas in New York last month; The St. Petersburg...
Porter, A. // New Yorker; 5/11/92, Vol. 68 Issue 12, p87
Presents a classical music review of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center's recent performance of Oliver Knussen's `Songs Without Voices,' Britten's Sinfonietta, Opus 1, and Berio's wind quintet `Ricorrenze' in New York City.
- Soote season.
Porter, A. // New Yorker; 5/25/92, Vol. 68 Issue 14, p65
Discusses how spring began with a flurry of big-orchestra concerts at the Metropolitan Opera season, which ended last month. James Levine and the orchestra recorded `Don Carlos,' `The Rite of Spring,' the Mussorgsky-Ravel `Pictures at an Exhibition.' Richest, fullest sound produced of any...
- Not much mostly.
Griffiths, Paul // New Yorker; 8/17/92, Vol. 68 Issue 26, p72
Discusses some of the most recent musical events that are currently going on in New York City that may of interest to readers. The Mostly Mozart Festival this summer being performed as part of the Lincoln Center's bicentennial slam; The peculiarly Schubertian challenge; Kurt Masur and his...
- Curtain up.
Friedham, Eric // Travel Agent; 11/6/95, Vol. 277 Issue 8, p152
Highlights Broadway shows in New York City scheduled as of November 6, 1995. Disney's musical `Beauty and the Beast'; `Crazy for You,' with songs by George Gershwin; `Company,' featuring the music of Stephen Sondheim.
- The big squeezy.
Patoski, J.N. // Texas Monthly; Aug88, Vol. 16 Issue 8, p98
Accordion-driven zydeco music, which hails from the Louisiana bayous and is the native music of that area's French-speaking blacks, has become popular American dancing music. One good place to hear it: Houston churches on Saturday nights.
- Fine tuning.
Rosson, C.; Taitte, W.L. // Texas Monthly; Dec90, Vol. 18 Issue 12, p134
Briefly describes several Texas chamber music groups that perform in small halls before small audiences. Included are: The Harrington String Quartet of West Texas State University in Canyon, Houston's Scott Joplin Chamber Orchestra, Austin's Nova Saxophone Quartet and the Texas Baroque Ensemble.