musical organization

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Indeed, musical organization is at its most clearly perceivable and enjoyable in those works, like the fugues of Bach and the sonata movements of Mozart, which are understood as "abstract" or "absolute," carrying no reference to anything beyond themselves.
In the autocratic style, the head of a musical organization will often view his or her leadership style as the authoritative head of a hierarchy, complete with subordinates to carry out the assigned tasks necessary to meet the goals and standards set by the leader.
Choric Communication: The Case of a Togolese Women's Musical Organization.
The President's Own" United States Marine Band was established by an act of Congress in 1798, making it America's oldest professional musical organization.
Effective phrasing projects the musical organization of the work.
THE United States Army Band "Pershing's Own" is the Army's foremost musical organization.
DeNora describes the popular trend in the sociology of music to link musical organization with some aspect of society, such as ideology, gender, race, or class.
The Marine Band is America's oldest continuously active professional musical organization.
Founded in 1861, the Yale Glee Club is Yale University's oldest musical organization.
It's a musical organization that has an outstanding musical reputation, and that's what attracts musicians to our organization," Colburn said.
Perhaps most provocatively, however, McKee proposes in the last section that, in his waltzes, Chopin translates physical motions of the dance into musical gestures that serve as compositional source material to be developed on a number of different levels of musical organization.
The roughly 120 Soldiers of the combined band and chorus represent the Army's largest musical organization outside the United States, said SGM Joel Joyner, the band's enlisted leader.
By "cracking" the code behind the surface of the conventional language of this poetry we can understand not only some of Monteverdi's "poetic choices" but also some of his compositional strategies, such as the isolation of the soprano in T'amo mia vita, the musical organization according to "tonal types," and the presence of parallel formal structures among the settings.
Simply put, if one sees and hears a performance (any medium) by a USAF musical organization, the listener will associate/transfer the excellence of that performance with the quality of work being accomplished by the entire USAF.
This is shown through vivid case studies, such as a close analysis of the "inner core" of nigunim composed by Habad's founder, Schneur Zalman, an examination of the musical organization of a particular nigun, and a consideration of the contemporary process of nigun composition.