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In classical music, many Armenian singers have gained worldwide recognition: sopranos Gohar Gasparyan, Sona Ghazarian, Arpine Pehlivanian, Melania Abovian, Arax Mansourian, Lucine Amara, Cathy Berberian, Ellada Chakhoyan, Hasmik Papian, Elvira Uzunian and, more recently, Isabel Bayrakdarian and Anna Kasyan, tenors Tigran Levonyan, Gegham Grigoryan, and Vahan Mirakyan ; basses Ara Berberian, Shara Talian, Avag Petrosian, and Henrik Alaverdian, as well as the bass-baritone Barsegh Toumanian.
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The tonal novelties consist in the introduction of a few chords used in classical music for centuries.
Chabrier's delightful music stands just at the point where the classical, rationalist tradition, ( handed down to Chabrier largely in the form of operetta and salon music ) becomes virtually neo-classicism.
She had, of course, been exposed to and enjoyed a music appreciation course which had included the better known classical works such as `` Tristan und Isolde '', `` Candide '', `` Oklahoma '', `` Nozze de Figaro '', the atomic age singers, Eileen Farrell, Elvis Presley and Geraldine Todd, as well as the curious rhythmic progressions of the Venusians, Capellan visual chromatics and the sonic concerti of the Altairians.
Andalusian so-called Algerian classical music is a musical style that was reported in Algeria by Andalusian refugees who fled the inquisition of the Christian Kings from the 11th century, it will develop considerably in the cities of the North of the Algeria.
In classical Greece he was the god of light and of music, but in popular religion he had a strong function to keep away evil.
At home in his dreary flat, Alex plays classical music at top volume while fantasizing of even more orgiastic violence.
As an unintended consequence, the soundtrack to one of the films — Beethoven's Ninth Symphony — renders Alex unable to listen to his beloved classical music.
Alex is then subjected to a relentless barrage of classical music, prompting him to attempt suicide by leaping from a high window.
Poirot, as mentioned in Curtain and The Clocks, is extremely fond of classical music, particularly Mozart and Bach.
He envisaged instruments in which the French late-romantic full-organ sound should work integrally with the English and German romantic reed pipes, and with the classical Alsace Silbermann organ resources and baroque flue pipes, all in registers regulated ( by stops ) to access distinct voices in fugue or counterpoint capable of combination without loss of distinctness: different voices singing together in the same music.
The concept of playing solo steel-string guitar in a concert setting was introduced in the early 1960s by such performers as Davey Graham and John Fahey, who used country blues fingerpicking techniques to compose original compositions with structures somewhat like European classical music.
Fahey contemporary Robbie Basho added elements of Indian classical music and Leo Kottke used a Faheyesque approach to make the first solo steel-string guitar " hit " record.
Alfonso Leng ( 11 February 1894 – 11 November 1974 ) was a post-romantic composer of classical music and dentist.
Scarlatti's music forms an important link between the early Baroque Italian vocal styles of the 17th century, with their centers in Florence, Venice and Rome, and the classical school of the 18th century.
Arrangements and transcriptions of classical and serious music go back to the early history of this genre.
School ( 1904 ) Sanskriti ... The School ( 2004 ) and Sophia Girls ' School ( 1918 / 1935 ) & College ( 1942 ), Rashtriya Military School Ajmer ( Since 2010-Established in 1930 as King George ’ s Royal Indian Military School ), and the historic Ajmer Music College, founded in 1942, the first accredited institution in Rajputana for teaching Hindustani classical music.
Jensen has had a lifelong interest in classical music and was, early in his life, attracted by the idea of becoming a conductor himself.
The Allmusic review by Marc Gilman awarded the album 4½ stars noting that " While some compositions retain their original structure and sound, some are expanded and probed by Zorn's arrangements, and resemble avant-garde classical music more than jazz.
However, the term classical music is used colloquially to describe a variety of Western musical styles from the ninth century to the present, and especially from the sixteenth or seventeenth to the nineteenth.
The new audio disc was enthusiastically received, especially in the early-adopting classical music and audiophile communities, and its handling quality received particular praise.
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Antoninus in many ways was the ideal of the landed gentleman praised not only by ancient Romans, but also by later scholars of classical history, such as Edward Gibbon or the author of the article on Antoninus Pius in the ninth edition of the Encyclopædia Britannica:
In many parts of the world, acropoleis became the nuclei of large cities of classical antiquity, such as ancient Rome, which in more recent times grew up on the surrounding lower ground, such as modern Rome.
What they and many others of that generation in the Nordic countries had in common was that they started off from a classical education and were first designing in the so-called Nordic Classicism style – a style that had been a reaction to the previous dominant style of National Romanticism – before moving, in the late 1920s, towards Modernism.
He shifted attention from the study of individual varieties to the relative point of view ( pairs of varieties related by a morphism ), allowing a broad generalization of many classical theorems.
Despite complaining of his lack of a formal classical education, Dürer was greatly interested in intellectual matters and learned much from his boyhood friend Willibald Pirckheimer, whom he no doubt consulted on the content of many of his images.
Angular momentum in quantum mechanics differs in many profound respects from angular momentum in classical mechanics.
Adoptionism ( also known as dynamic monarchianism ) denies the eternal pre-existence of Christ, and although it explicitly affirms his deity subsequent to events in his life, many classical trinitarians claim that the doctrine implicitly denies it by denying the constant hypostatic union of the eternal Logos to the human nature of Jesus.
As usual in such cases, many other loans from French, English and the classical languages have subsequently entered the language as well.
There are many classical Jewish readings of allegories into the book of Esther, mostly from Hasidic sources.
Subsequent modifications of Watson's perspective and that of " classical conditioning " ( see under Ivan Pavlov ) led to the rise of operant conditioning or " radical behaviorism ," a theory advocated by B. F. Skinner, which took over the academic establishment up through the 1950s and was synonymous with " behaviorism " for many.
These newer concerns are among the many factors causing researchers to investigate new methods of computing such as the quantum computer, as well as to expand the usage of parallelism and other methods that extend the usefulness of the classical von Neumann model.
The Song Dynasty is considered by many to be classical China's high point in science and technology, with innovative scholar-officials such as Su Song ( 1020 – 1101 ) and Shen Kuo ( 1031 – 1095 ).
Pablo Picasso's style and name are known even to people who are not interested in art ; likewise many know that Harry Houdini was an illusionist, Bill Gates, an entrepreneur, Albert Einstein a scientist ; Mozart and Beethoven classical composers ; Luciano Pavarotti an opera singer.
Compactness in this more general situation plays an extremely important role in mathematical analysis, because many classical and important theorems of 19th century analysis, such as the extreme value theorem, are easily generalized to this situation.
In many classical sites, sectioned columns were carved with a centre hole or depression so that they could be pegged together, using stone or metal pins.
There are many materials that do not comply with this rule, and for them, the present formula of classical calorimetry does not provide an adequate account.
The new Learner-Centered Model is similar in many regards to this classical person-centered approach to education.
Chet's recordings of " Malaguena " inspired a new generation of Flamenco guitarists ; the classical guitar selections included on almost all his albums were, for many American artists working in the field today, the first classical guitar they ever heard.
The dance combines many aspects including Sinhalese cosmology, the dances also has an impact on the classical dances of Sri Lanka.
If a ray tracing is then made as if a light wave ( as understood in classical physics ) is wide enough to take both paths, then that ray tracing will accurately predict the appearance of maxima and minima on the detector screen when many particles pass through the apparatus and gradually " paint " the expected interference pattern.
Due to the limited number of full-time orchestral jobs, many classical bassists are similarly not able to find full-time work with a single orchestra.
It is uncertain why he did this, as there were many more opportunities for him under the King than the new order ; some people suggest David's love for the classical made him embrace everything about that period, including a republican government.
It is also a recognised source for medicine, art, mineralogy, zoology, botany, geology and many other topics not discussed by other classical authors.