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2006, ISBN 9780195171099, viii, 232
In this penetrating study, Russell Stinson explores how four of the greatest composers of the nineteenth century-Felix Mendelssohn, Robert Schumann, Franz... 
Bach, Johann Sebastian, 1685-1750. Organ music | Performance practice (Music) | Interpretation (Phrasing, dynamics, etc.) | History | Organ music | Music | Bach revival | Bach's organ music | Compositional exemplars | Franz liszt | Receptors | Johannes brahms | Felix mendelssohn | Robert schumann | Fantasy in g major | Clara schumann
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Choral Journal, ISSN 0009-5028, 12/2003, Volume 44, Issue 5, pp. 31 - 41
James MacMillan's motet "Divo Aloysio Sacrum" exemplifies many of the essential traits of the composer's mature style, which is marked by three components: (1)... 
Religious Music | Motets | Scotland | Personality | Compositional Techniques | Composers | Theory/Analysis/Composition | Musical Influences | 1990s | Music in Ritual | Compositional Styles | MacMillan, James | Maturity | Vocal Music | Sacrum | Choirs | Orchestras | Sound pitch | Music composition | Melody | Soprano | Children | Rosaries | Musical rhythm
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Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, ISSN 0096-3445, 11/2018, Volume 147, Issue 11, pp. 1571 - 1596
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Statistical analysis and data mining, ISSN 1932-1864, 2017, Volume 10, Issue 1, pp. 6 - 20
Prototypes, as Rosch (1973) defined the term in the cognitive sciences field, are ideal exemplars that summarize and represent groups of objects (or categories) and that are... 
prototypes | archetypal analysis | compositional data | COMPUTER SCIENCE, INTERDISCIPLINARY APPLICATIONS | CLASSIFICATION | STATISTICS & PROBABILITY | IDENTITY FORMATION | COMPUTER SCIENCE, ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE | Data mining | Analysis | Information management
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Journal of Music Theory, ISSN 0022-2909, 2007, Volume 51, Issue 1, pp. 85 - 135
Jean-Jacques Rousseau, eighteenth-century French author and philosopher, was first a musician. As a youth he had been unable to find a qualified music master... 
European Studies | European History | History | Music | Cadences | Composers | Music composition | Melody | Music theory | Figured bass | Tonal harmony | Musicians | Cognitive space | Cadenzas
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Early Music, ISSN 0306-1078, 8/2005, Volume 33, Issue 3, pp. 393 - 411
.... His bitterness over the debate and the ongoing controversy surrounding it are well documented. What has not been recognized, however, is the agenda behind the contrapuntal structure of his polyphonic exemplar of the diatonic genus in the treatise... 
Musical keys | Musical intervals | Vocal music | Renaissance music | Musical register | Music | Music composition | Treatises | Polyphony | Genera | Vicente Lusitano | Nicola Vicentino | Willaert | Zarlino | Music theory | Diatonic genus | Ghiselin Danckerts | genera | MUSIC | diatonic genus | music theory | Italian literature | prose | Lusitano, Vicente(1520?-1560?) | 1500-1599 | Vicentino, Nicola | music | Composers | Works | Theory | Analysis | Lusitano, Vicente
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Hebrew Studies, ISSN 0146-4094, 1/2019, Volume 60, Issue 1, pp. 141 - 152
.... That is, while Judges 5 is rightly regarded a venerable relic of ancient Israelite song, it is also a distinctive exemplar of heroic poetry as found in a wide variety of traditions and periods... 
ARTICLES | Heroes in the Bible | Maldon (Anglo-Saxon poem) | Judges, V | Bible | Heroes in literature | Biblical studies | Literature | Traditions | Old English | Comparative studies | Poetry | Judges | Compositional styles
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Etudes Anglaises, ISSN 0014-195X, 2018, Volume 71, Issue 2, pp. 191 - 206
.... But in spite of the startling modes of address, the collections are held together by themes recognisable from earlier Hill, and he musters a cloud of martyr-witnesses, historical exemplars... 
LITERATURE | Hill, Geoffrey | Twentieth Century | Authors | Dante Alighieri, 1265-1321 | English Literature | Speech! Speech | The Triumph of Love | The Orchards of Syon | Tyranny | Reading | Poetry | Narrative theme | English literature | Compositional styles
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Eighteenth-century music, ISSN 1478-5706, 09/2005, Volume 2, Issue 2, pp. 273 - 298
Domenico Scarlatti played a consistently significant role in English musical life from 1738 to the end of the century, even though he never travelled to... 
Articles | Burney, Frances | Burney, Charles | Scarlatti, Domenico | Historical text analysis | Musicians & conductors | Verbal accounts | British English | 18th century | Careers | Reception (Artistic works) | Manuscripts | Musical performances | Keyboard music | Language history | Music | Auditory system | Libraries | Aesthetics
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The Journal of musicology (St. Joseph, Mich.), ISSN 0277-9269, 01/2007, Volume 24, Issue 1, pp. 112 - 166
...." He traces a multilevel rhythmic organization that is of such depth and detail that it can be said to render "Augurs of Spring" the perfect exemplar of the structural investments Stravinsky... 
Stravinsky, Igor Feodorovich
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19th-Century Music, ISSN 0148-2076, 07/2002, Volume 26, Issue 1, pp. 52 - 72
The music topic of "apotheosis" is examined in the context of Liszt's artistic biography. While the effect of the final apotheosis is familiar as a standard... 
Beets | Composers | (ML) Music (General) | Orchestral music | Inaugurations | Music composition | Cantatas | Poetry | Statues | Musical motives | Virtuosos | Research Article | MUSIC | Symphonies | Musical ability | Criticism and interpretation | Liszt, Franz | Works | Social aspects | Liszt, Franz (1811-1886) | Topics | Music | Classical music | Reported speech | 19th century | Musicology | Compositional styles
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American Music, ISSN 0734-4392, 4/2001, Volume 19, Issue 1, pp. 51 - 63
...) and Henry Lee Higginson (1834-1919). Notes that both are casually described as exemplars of the Boston Brahmin, but contends the both were originally outsiders, distinctly non-Brahmin, and their early experiences vitally shaped... 
Composers | Symphonies | Orchestras | Music education | Orchestral music | Musical Boston Reconsidered: A Symposium with Documents | Music composition | Music | Symphony orchestras | Brahmins | Opera | MUSIC | Music, American | Works | History | Higginson, Henry Lee | Chadwick, George W | Chadwick, George Whitefield | Classical music | Cities | Musicology | Culture
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Current Musicology, ISSN 0011-3735, 2004, Issue 77, pp. 5 - 33
...: Beethoven's Piano Sonata in F Minor, op. 2, no.1, first movement, bars 1-8 (ex. I). The most obvious reason that this example is so favored is that Arnold Schoenberg himself used it as the primary exemplar of the form... 
Theory/Analysis/Composition | Musical Analysis | Beethoven, Ludwig van | Compositional Techniques | Musical Structures | Musical Forms | Music | Composers | Criticism and interpretation | Musical analysis | Composition | Classical music | Models | Musicology | Beethoven, Ludwig Van (1770-1827)
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