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PBHS Music3

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His first symphony was dubbed "Beethoven's Tenth" Brahms
sub title is :Variations and Fugue on a Theme of Purcell Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra: Variation and Fugue on a Theme of Purcell by Britten
Hebrides Mendelssohn
Elijah (oratorio) Mendelssohn
Russian expatriate who composed Elegy for J.F.K. Stravinsky
Invented the symphonic poem and transcribed all of Beethoven's symphonies for piano Liszt
Composed a funeral march for executed Maximilian of Mexico in the last volume of Years of Pilgrimage Liszt
Mathis der maler (Mathias the Painter); One of the 4 founders of modernism with Schoenberg, Stravinksky, and Bartok Hindemith
Long time director of the New York Philharmonic and staged "Young People's Concerts" during which he explained musical terms Bernstein
Simple, repetitive musical style favored by Adams and Glass minimalism
Spartacus, Masquerade, and Gayane Khatchaturian
The sisters of the title character, Brunnhilde, go on a famous "ride" in this second opera of the Ring Cycle that ends with the Magic Fire Music representing the circle of flame protecting Brunnhilde. Die Walkure (The Valkyrie)
He composed both Zadok the Priest and Music for Royal Fireworks for George II Handel
Water Music was composed by Handel for this king George I
Zadok the Priest Handel
"My Heart is Inditing" for the coronation of James II and the aria "When I am laid in earth" Purcell
El Salon Mexico Copland
Hungarian ethnomusicologist composed Hary Janos, opera about a braggart soldier; use of cimbalom Zoltan Kodaly (ko DAI)
relaxed style of jazz music represented by the Miles Davis album, Birth. The "school" had its home in the West Coast cool (cool jazz)
Rapsodie Espagnole and Daphnis et Chloe Ravel
JS Bach was a composer of this period while Mozart and Haydn were part of the ______ period. Baroque; Classical (the son, CPE Bach is often considered the bridge)(Carl Philip Emanuel Bach)
Ruslan and Lyudmila is an opera about a fairy tale epic by Pushkin and the opera A Life for the Tsar Glinka
operatic excerpt sung by women accompanying Elsa in Lohengrin and used with a march from Mendelssohn's A Midsummer Night's Dream bridal chorus or wedding march (Lohengrin's is the tune of Here Comes the Bride
She was a composer and concert pianist. Brahms loved her, but she was married to Robert. She is depicted in 1 of the 21 solo piano pieces in her husband's Carnaval Clara Schumann
He satirized the US election process in his musical, Of The I Sing Gershwin (George)
He produced the first integrated musical, Hammerstein's Show Boat and put on the yearly namesake "Follies" a revue of ornately-dressed girls Florenz Ziegfeld (Ziegfeld Follies)
Old Man River is the most famous song from this musical Show Boat
Mack the Knife is the famous song from this fairly modern opera The Threepenny Opera by Weill
"mass for the dead" requiem
The Mastersingers of Nuremberg Wagner
The Flying Dutchman Wagner
The "Bridal Chorus" is in this Wagner opera Lohengrin
Danse Macabre Saint-Saens
movements include: The Elephant; Fossils; The Swan. Originally for only 11 instruments including a glass harmonica (Hens and Roosters, Tortoises, Kangaroos Carnival of the Animals
Rodolfo sings "What a cold little hand" after he lights Mimi's candle La Boheme
Violetta Valery abandons life of pleasure as a courtesan for Germont; dies in Alfredo's arms La Traviata by Verdi
Verdi opera based on a novel by Dumas; premiered at La Fenice--opera house in Venice La Traviata
The Salzburg Festival honors this Austrian prodigy who composed the Linz Symphony in 4 days Mozart
An English horn represents a legendary bird in "The Swan of Tuonela" Sibelius
Russian composer of "The Isle of the Dead" and the choral symphony "The Bells" Rachmaninoff
This jester in the court of the Duke of Mantua is a hunchback; this jester's daughter, Gilda, smitten by skirt-chasing Duke, dies in his vengeance scheme against the Duke Rigoletto by Verdi
Name the 4 founders of modernism in music Schoenberg, Bartok, Hindemith, Stravinsky
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