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Publisher: Hal Leonard
(Instrumental Play-Along). Solo arrangements for 8 tunes from the 2019 sequel to Disney's mega-hit movie Frozen are featured in this collection perfect for budding instrumentalists. It features online access to audio demonstration tracks for download or streaming to help you hear how the song should sound. Songs include: All Is Found * Into the Unknown * Lost in the Woods * The Next Right Thing * Reindeer(s) Are Better Than People (Cont.) * Show Yourself * Some Things Never Change * When I Am Older.
Music from the motion picture soundtrack.
Publisher: Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation
Music from the motion picture soundtrack.
Instrumental Play-Along Hal Leonard Corp. Into The Unknown from FROZEN 2 Music and Lyrics by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez Mysteriously , in 2 Pinno 2 三© 2019 Wonderland Into The Unknown.
Author: Hal Leonard Corp.
Publisher: Hal Leonard
(Instrumental Play-Along). 15 hits presented with professional demo and backing tracks so you can play along and sound like a pro! Songs include: Evermore * Into the Unknown * It's All Right * Remember Me (Ernesto de la Cruz) * Speechless * Try Everything * You're Welcome * and more. Audio is accessed online using the unique code inside the book and can be streamed or downloaded. The audio files include PLAYBACK+, a multi-functional audio player that allows you to slow down audio without changing pitch, set loop points, change keys, and pan left or right.
Easy Instrumental Duets - Violin Edition Hal Leonard Corp. Into The Unknown from FROZEN 2 Music and Lyrics by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez VIOLINS Mysteriously 18 * 13 124 . ( 262430 224 Into The Unknown.
Author: Hal Leonard Corp.
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
(Easy Instrumental Duets). This collection features 23 Disney hits arranged for duets among two violins or violin and cello. Songs include: Be Our Guest * Into the Unknown * Reflection * That's How You Know * Try Everything * Under the Sea * You've Got a Friend in Me * and more.
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Author: David Daniels
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Daniels’ Orchestral Music is the gold standard reference for conductors, music programmers, librarians, and any other music professional researching an orchestral program. This sixth edition, celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the original work, includes over 14,000 entries with a vast number of new listings and updates.
a scene at the end of Act II of The Nightingale, entitled “Jeu du rossignol mécanique” [“Performance of the Mechanical Nightingale”], where Stravinsky ... Here there are two frozen levels: the violin melody. . .and the drum pattern.
Author: Maureen A. Carr
Publisher: Oxford University Press
The riot that erupted during the 1913 debut of Igor Stravinsky's The Rite of Spring at the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées in Paris has long been one of the most infamous and intriguing events of modern musical history. The third in a series of works commissioned for Sergei Diaghalev's famed Ballets Russes, the piece combined disjunct tonalities, provocative rhythms, and radical choreography that threw spectators and critics into a literal fury. In the century following its premiere, The Rite of Spring has demonstrated its earth-shattering impact on music and dance as well as its immortalizing effect on Stravinsky and his career. Having gained international attention by the age of 30, what direction could Stravinsky's path forward take after the momentus events of 1913? After the Rite: Stravinsky's Path to Neoclassicism (1914-1925) traces the evolution of Stravinsky's compositional style as he searched for his own voice in the explosive musical world of the early 20th century as he responded to harsh criticisms of his work. Throughout the book, author Maureen Carr presents new transcriptions and sophisticated analyses of selected musical sketches to show the genesis of Stravinsky's musical ideas as he forayed into surrealism, classicism, and abstraction to develop his signature Neoclassical style. Exploring these annotated compositional experiments--such as the earliest evidence of Stravinsky's appropriation of the "rag idiom" and the development of his so-called "sound blocks"--After the Rite provides new insight into how Stravinsky challenged and guided the musical developments of the decade after that legendary Paris premiere. Enlightening visual metaphors, such as the contemporary paintings of Paul Klee and those of the Russian futurists, supplement discussion of the musical sketches throughout, offering a comprehensive artistic context for Carr's unprecedented and rigorous examination. A treasure trove of outstanding material for scholars, musicians, students, and general readers alike, After the Rite offers a much-needed delineation of the concept of musical neoclassicism. Maureen Carr's innovative and detailed examination of the metamorphosis of Igor Stravinsky's compositional style after The Rite of Spring is an invaluable contribution to the literature concerning this iconic 20th century composer.
“Perepyolushka” (cited from IStrSM:219); transposed, note values halved, unbarred frozen levels: the twenty-three-beat violin tune and the seven-beat percussive pattern in the cello, which determines the barring.
Author: Richard Taruskin
Publisher: Univ of California Press
This book undoes 50 years of mythmaking about Stravinsky's life in music. During his spectacular career, Igor Stravinsky underplayed his Russian past in favor of a European cosmopolitanism. Richard Taruskin has refused to take the composer at his word. In this long-awaited study, he defines Stravinsky's relationship to the musical and artistic traditions of his native land and gives us a dramatically new picture of one of the major figures in the history of music. Taruskin draws directly on newly accessible archives and on a wealth of Russian documents. In Volume One, he sets the historical scene: the St. Petersburg musical press, the arts journals, and the writings of anthropologists, folklorists, philosophers, and poets. Volume Two addresses the masterpieces of Stravinsky's early maturityÑPetrushka, The Rite of Spring, and Les Noces. Taruskin investigates the composer's collaborations with Diaghilev to illuminate the relationship between folklore and modernity. He elucidates the Silver Age ideal of "neonationalism"Ñthe professional appropriation of motifs and style characteristics from folk artÑand how Stravinsky realized this ideal in his music. Taruskin demonstrates how Stravinsky achieved his modernist technique by combining what was most characteristically Russian in his musical training with stylistic elements abstracted from Russian folklore. The stylistic synthesis thus achieved formed Stravinsky as a composer for life, whatever the aesthetic allegiances he later professed. Written with Taruskin's characteristic mixture of in-depth research and stylistic verve, this book will be mandatory reading for all those seriously interested in the life and work of Stravinsky.
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Author: Benedetta Ubertazzi
Publisher: Springer Nature
This book critically analyses the relationships between intangible cultural heritage (ICH), sustainable development and intellectual property rights (IPRs). The author argues that although the use of IPRs to safeguard ICH presents challenges and has impeded sustainable development in some cases, the adoption of these rights on ICH also presents opportunities and, fundamentally, is not contrary to the spirit of the UNESCO Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage (UNESCO 2003 Convention). The adoption of IPRs on ICH can form an important part of the development of sustainable safeguarding plans capable of benefitting the communities, groups and individuals (CGIs) that create, maintain and transmit such heritage. The book provides a nuanced analysis of the relationship between intellectual property (IP) law and ICH as well as examining the role of IPRs in safeguarding ICH through the lens of sustainable development. It analyses the relationship between IP law and ICH from environmental, social and economic perspectives. These perspectives allow a thorough evaluation of both the positive effects and potential pitfalls of adopting IPRs to safeguard ICH. The book addresses deeper structural matters that refer back to the safeguarding of social and environmental processes underlying ICH.