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Instrumental range is usually intermediate ( trumpets going up to a high G, no ledger line ), and most likely will contain chromatic notes, obbligatos, and counter-melodies.
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Instrumental music from the Baroque era is often played in the 2000s as teaching pieces for piano students, string instrument players, and wind instrument players.
If NAA is conducted directly on irradiated samples it is termed Instrumental Neutron Activation Analysis ( INAA ).
Instrumental performances tend to differ from the original version in one of the following aspects or both: the last line of the melody is often played once first as an introduction, and furthermore, many instrumental recordings are of only one verse.
He is a seven-time recipient of the GMA Dove Award for Instrumental Album of the Year, and was twice nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Rock Gospel Album.
Instrumental rock is a type of rock music which emphasizes musical instruments, and which features very little or no singing.
Instrumental methods for measurement of dissolved oxygen have widely supplanted the routine use of the Winkler test, although the test is still used to check instrument calibration.
Instrumental music is also largely practiced in Brazil, with styles ranging from classical to popular and jazz influenced forms, featuring composers like Heitor Villa-Lobos, Pixinguinha and Hermeto Pascoal.
This edition contains the song " Romance Beyond the Alphabet ", which is the orchestral instrumental version of " Time ( Clock of the Heart ), also included on Culture Club Collect – 12 " Mixes Plus and its subsequent re-release Culture Club Remix Collection as " Time ( Clock of the Heart ) ( Instrumental Mix )".
Instrumental and vocal classical music is an iconic part of Italian identity, spanning experimental art music and international fusions to symphonic music and opera.
The Grammy Award for Best Jazz Instrumental Album is an award that will start being presented in 2012.
Audio is the debut album by Blue Man Group and was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Pop Instrumental Performance.
( Instrumental response is usually highly dependent on the condition of the analyte, solvents used and impurities it may contain ; it could also be affected by external factors such as pressure and temperature.
The Grammy Award for Best Pop Instrumental Album is an award presented at the Grammy Awards, a ceremony that was established in 1958 and originally called the Gramophone Awards, to recording artists for quality instrumental albums in the pop music genre.
Boney James is a three-time Grammy Award nominee ( Best Pop Instrumental Album, 2001 and 2004, and Best Traditional R & B Performance, 2009 ) and a Soul Train Award winner ( Best Jazz Album ).
Instrumental information, such as breathing exercises that can reduce stress and suggestions not to look at the faces of enemy dead, is also effective at reducing the chance of a breakdown.
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Instrumental techniques involving gas or liquid chromatography are usually employed for these purposes.
Instrumental doinas are played on simple instruments, usually various types of flutes, or even on rudimentary ones, such as a leaf.
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Instrumental to this policy was the emerging Panslavic movement, which henceforth formed the basis of Russian foreign policy up until the end of the Tsarist regime in 1917.
* " Won't Stop Loving You ( Bernard Sumner version ) / " Won't Stop Loving You ( Norman Cook remix ) / " Won't Stop Loving You ( Cook Instrumental )-ACRY 540-This was essentially a hurried re-press by A & M in an attempt to push the single up the singles chart ( it failed ).
Instrumental to the foundations set up was Brian Chapple, who later went on to be the Community Foundation at Rotherham United.
The single had differing B-sides ; in the UK ( catalogue number: FAC 143 ) the 7 " came with the recycled " Thieves Like Us Instrumental " which also turned up in the movie Pretty in Pink ( although not on the soundtrack ), while the 12 " had a dub mix titled " Shellcock ".
The program was initially known as “ Record a Record ”, but the name eventually changed to the “ Whole Earth Record .” In between record sides, the announcer ( Dave Whittaker ) would play an “ Instrumental Interlude ”, where the listener would hear an instrumental song from a completely different artist to break up the album.
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Springbrook's annual Summer Instrumental Music and Jazz Camp, open to middle and high school students from throughout Montgomery County has been a tradition since 2002.
Instrumental in his appointment was his reputation and high prestige among politicians of all factions.
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* Larry G. Curtis and David L. Kuehn, A Guide To Successful Instrumental Conducting, McGraw-Hill, 1992.
* Benninghoven, A., F. G. Rüdenauer, and H. W. Werner, " Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry: Basic Concepts, Instrumental Aspects, Applications, and Trends ", Wiley, New York, 1987 ( 1227 pages ) ISBN 0-471-51945-6
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In the year 1710 ( memorable for Handel ’ s first appearance among us ) a number of the most eminent composers and performers in London to concert a plan of an Academy for the study and practice of Vocal and Instrumental Music, which was no sooner announced than it met the countenance and support of the principal persons of rank.
“ It ’ s Eric Clapton who steals the limelight ,” reports music mag Beat Instrumental, adding with unintended understatement, “ and no doubt several copies of the album will be sold on the strength of his name .”
In December another EP set of instrumentals, Instrumental Assassination, was released but an instrumental version of Tommy Roe's " Sweet Pea " only reached # 36 when issued as a single and the follow-up, Randy Newman's " So Long, Dad ", with its intricate keyboard arrangement, missed the top twenty altogether, making 1967 an unsuccessful year in the charts with no album as Mann and Hugg explored other avenues of their career.
His final Arista release, it produced no singles, although one of the tracks, " Brickyard Boogie ", was nominated for Best Country Instrumental at the 1997 Grammy Awards.