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  • 121vi|o|la — vi|o|la1 «vee OH luh, vy », noun. 1. a musical instrument shaped like a violin, but slightly larger; tenor or alto violin. A viola has four strings tuned a fifth below a violin. It is held like a violin while being played. 2. a string toned organ …

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  • 122Bassetto — Bas*set to, n. [It., adj., somewhat low; n., counter tenor. See {Basso}.] (Mus.) A tenor or small bass viol. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 123John Dowland — Not to be confused with John Noel Dowland. John Dowland[1] (1563 – buried 20 February 1626) was an English Renaissance composer, singer, and lutenist. He is best known today for his melancholy songs such as Come, heavy sleep (the basis for… …

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  • 124Crumhorn — This article is about the musical instrument. For the district in East Frisia, North Germany, see Krummhörn. Crumhorns shown in the “Syntagma Musicum” Vol. 2 (1619) …

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  • 125Nicolas Gigault — (c. 1627 – August 20, 1707) was a French Baroque organist and composer. Born into poverty, he quickly rose to fame and high reputation among fellow musicians. His surviving works include the earliest examples of noëls and a volume of works… …

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  • 126English cadence (music) — In conventional Western music theory, the English cadence is a distinctive contrapuntal pattern particular to the authentic or perfect cadence. This pattern is so named because of its use primarily by English composers of the High Renaissance.The …

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  • 127Benedictus Buns — Benedictus Buns, Benedictus à sancto Josepho, born Buns, also named Buns Gelriensis, was born in 1642 in Geldern [ Geldern belonged in that time to the Spanish Netherlands see too the Southern Netherlands and from 1713 tot the Austrian… …

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  • 128Die Schändung der Lucretia — Werkdaten Titel: Der Raub/Die Schändung der Lukrezia Originaltitel: The Rape of Lucrezia Originalsprache: englisch Musik: Benjamin Britten Libretto: Roland Duncan nach dem Schauspiel Le Viol de Luc …

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  • 129Liste der Musikinstrumente — Siehe auch: Portal:Musik, Instrumentenkunde, Liste der mechanischen Musikinstrumente, Hornbostel Sachs Systematik, Liste traditioneller chinesischer Musikinstrumente, Liste der Musikinstrumentenkürzel A Adiaphon Aelodicon Aeoline Aeolsharfe… …

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  • 130Liste von Musikinstrumenten — Diese Liste enthält Musikinstrumente, also Gegenstände, die entweder eigens hergestellt wurden, um mit den Tönen, die sie erzeugen, Musik zu machen, oder die in einer Nebenfunktion regelmäßig zum Musikmachen verwendet werden. Teile von… …

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  • 131Laurent Naouri — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Naouri. Laurent Naouri Naissance 23 mai 1964 (1964 05 23) (47 ans) Paris …

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  • 132Nicolas Dalayrac — Portrait de Dalayrac par Quenedoy, dessiné à l aide d un physionotrace . Jugé le plus véridique par Félix Clément) Nicolas Marie Dalayrac, dit le « chevalier Dalayrac », est un musicien et compositeur d’opéras comiques français, né le… …

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  • 133Viola — Existen desacuerdos sobre la neutralidad en el punto de vista de la versión actual de Texto aclaratorio. En la página de discusión puedes consultar el debate al respecto …

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  • 134viola — viola1 /vee oh leuh/, n. 1. a four stringed musical instrument of the violin family, slightly larger than the violin; a tenor or alto violin. 2. a labial organ stop of eight foot or four foot pitch, giving tones of a penetrating stringlike… …

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  • 135Michael Nyman — This article is about the composer/musician Michael Nyman. For his self titled album, see Michael Nyman (1981 album) . Nyman in 2010 Michael Laurence Nyman, CBE (born in Stratford, London 23 March 1944) is an English composer of minimalist music …

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  • 1361910 in music — Events*March 19 Béla Bartók s String Quartet No. 1 is premiered in Budapest *September 12 Gustav Mahler s Symphony No. 8 , the Symphony of a Thousand , is premiered in Munich *November 7 the musical comedy, Naughty Marietta , with music by Victor …

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  • 137John Taverner — Not to be confused with John Tavener John Taverner (c. 1490 ndash; 18 October 1545) was an English composer and organist, regarded as the most important English composer of his era. [Bowers, Grove online] CareerTaverner was the first Organist and …

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  • 138Bass (instrument) — Bass (pronounced like the word base ) refers to a variety of musical instruments that can be collectively regarded as bass instruments since they produce tones that are in the low pitched range. They belong to different families of instruments… …

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  • 139Ottorino Respighi — in the 1920s in the company of his wife Elsa Olivieri Sangiacomo Ottorino Respighi (Italian pronunciation: [ottoˌɾiːno ɾesˈpiːɡi]; 9 July 1879 – 18 April 1936) was an Italian composer, musicologist and conductor. He is best known for… …

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  • 140Chanson — This article is about the musical term. For other uses, see Chanson (disambiguation). A chanson (French pronunciation: [ʃɑ̃sɔ̃], song , from Latin cantio) is in general any lyric driven French song, usually polyphonic and secular. A singer… …

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