piece of music

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I wanted very much to hear a certain piece of music, so I went to the general two or three times to ask him; he said to me, 'Go about your business, for I am engaged.
And he sat down to the piano, and rattled a lively piece of music.
15) of interest and was reminded of the thoughts I had when I was told by someone several years ago that a registrar had refused to allow an accepted well known piece of music during a wedding ceremony.
Without giving too much away, there's a selfie competition, some questionable trivia and a chance for the audience to re-compose a well-known piece of music using board game apparatus.
The user simply records himself or herself singing or whistling a tune for two musical bars, and the app automatically composes an entire piece of music based on that melody.
The team behind the family concert called Now It's Your Turn offered audience members the chance to suggest their favourite piece of music to be played by the musicians.
The research investigated the effects of what the researchers described as Self-Identified Sad Music (SISM) on people's moods, paying particular attention to their reasons for choosing a particular piece of music when they were experiencing sadness - and the effect it had on them.
It's hard not to be struck by the meditative way classic British rockers Wishbone Ash travel through a piece of music.
Their first challenge is to engage young people in creating a new piece of music that represents the proud and illustrious history of the North East.
This will air on Sunday night and will feature an original piece of music created by Australian artist Daniel Johns titled Atlas.
A PIECE of music written to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Coventry Cathedral gets its world premiere next week.
FROM the first flick of the baton conductor Benjamin Ellin will begin to feel the excitement of a challenging piece of music.
Mealor, who was also chosen by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to write a piece of music for their wedding, was also voted the nation's favourite living composer.
But it should be pointed out that when studying emotional responses to music it is important to remember that all people do not respond in the exact same way to a piece of music and that one individual can respond differently to the same piece of music at different times, depending on both individual and situational factors.