Clicking that header again will reverse the order; to return to the genre category order, reload the webpage. Catalogue "M" numbers were assigned by the musicologist Marcel Marnat according to date of composition. Arrangements by Ravel of his own works were assigned the "M" number of the original followed by a letter a, b, c, etc. Arrangements by Ravel of other composers' works or of "traditional" music were assigned a separate "MA" number, in order of date of arrangement.
List of compositions M. The term has meanings in theology, where it refers to a belief, and in art, where it refers to a genre. In theology, apotheosis refers to the idea that an individual has been raised to godlike stature. In art, the term refers to the treatment of any subject a figure, group, locale, motif, convention or melody in a particularly grand or exalted manner. From the New Kingdom, all deceased pharaohs were deified as the god Osiris.
Ancient Greece From at l. It is also sometimes referred to as simply The Couperin Suite. Veras was organist at the Saint-Maurice church in Lille, and published a small collection of harpsichord works in A small amount of biographical information can be gleaned from this publication, as it plainly states he was employed there. The following is. Richard Strauss in The table below shows an incomplete list of compositions by Richard Strauss. Catalogues Only 88 compositions by the German composer Richard Strauss — have been assigned opus numbers; these numbers are shown in the table below in the column "Op.
The numbers for compositions from this catalogue are shown in the column "AV" in the table below. During the 15 years it took to publish von Asow's work, many new sources became available, so Franz Trenner created a new chronological catalogue in , a slim volume of pages without incipits.
A second updated edition of pages for all works of Strauss was published in with incipits, and his son Florian. Couperin worked as organist of the Church of St. Gervais in Paris and as musician at the court. He quickly became one of the most prominent Parisian musicians, establishing himself as a harpsichordist, organist, and violist, but his career was cut short by his early death at the age of thirty-five. None of Couperin's music was published during his lifetime, but manuscript copies of some pieces survive, some of them only rediscovered in the midth century.
The first historically important member of the Couperin family, Couperin made seminal contributions to the development of both the French organ school and French harpsichord school. His innovations included composing organ pieces for specific registrations and inventing the genre of the unmeasured prelude for harpsichord, for which he devised.
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Fritz Kreisler Below is a list of compositions by Fritz Kreisler sorted by genre. Kilp O salutaris hostia published ; after Louis Couperin; lyrics by Alice Mattullath O sanctissima published ; freel. Pierre-Louis Couperin 14 March — 10 October was a French organist and composer, a member of the famous Couperin dynasty of composer-organists.
Pierre-Louis Couperin died shortly after his father and was buried with him in the Saint-Gervais church in the chapel de la Providence. The soprano parts written for her are exceptionally high and need great purity of tone. Such was her talent that an exception was made in her case, and also for the two daughters of Michel Richard Delalande, Marie-Anne and Jeanne. Cover to an early, possibly first edition, vocal score of Les Troyens The French romantic composer Hector Berlioz produced significant musical and literary works.
Berlioz composed mainly in the genre's of opera, symphonies, choral pieces and songs. Berlioz's compositions are listed both by genre and by the catalogue devoloped by the musicologist D. Kern Holoman. Opus numbers were assigned to compositions when they published. However, they were only given to a fraction of Berlioz's work and are not in chronological order.
Berlioz's writings include memoirs, technical studies and music criticism. Musical compositions by genre Many of Berlioz's works resist easy categorisation and assigning them to a genre is often impossible. The genres given below should be regarded as merely a guideline. Operas Estelle et. The French organ school formed in the first half of the 17th century.
It progressed from the strict polyphonic music of Jean Titelouze c. Instrumental in establishing this style were Louis Couperin c. The divertimento was then published in with two additional movements III and VIII as an orchestral suite and given an opus number. Although much of the music for the divertimento. The most popular standards during the Napoleonic period were compositions that. Douglas Allanbrook April 1, — January 29, was an American composer, concert pianist and harpsichordist.
He was associated with a group of mid-twentieth century Boston composers who were students of Nadia Boulanger. Early life Allanbrook was born on April 1, and raised in Melrose, Massachusetts, a suburb of Boston. He began taking piano lessons at the age of eight. Within two years he was playing Bach, Haydn, and Czerny.
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By thirteen, he started composing; his first serious piece was entitled On the Death of a Beautiful White Cat. While in high school, he was composing sonatas for violin and piano and writing sketches for a Symphony in G minor.
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Education After high school, Allanbrook studied at Boston University for one year. In he was hired as a music teacher at the Mary Wheeler finishing school in Providence, where Gloria Vanderbilt was among his piano students. This article lists compositions written for the viola. The list includes works in which the viola is a featured instrument: viola solo, viola and piano, viola and orchestra, ensemble of violas, etc. Catalogue number, date of composition and publisher for copyrighted works are also included. Ordering is by composer surname.
This pages lists composers whose surname falls into the S alphabetic range. Friedrich Chrysander; portrait byLeopold von Kalckreuth Karl Franz Friedrich Chrysander July 8, — September 3, was a German music historian, critic and publisher, whose edition of the works of George Frideric Handel and authoritative writings on many other composers established him as a pioneer of 19th-century musicology. He earned a Doctorate in Philosophy from the University of Rostock in He then focused his studies on music, and in an obituary for Chrysander in October , the Musical Times said of him that "From the beginning he assumed the role of an historian in rigorously defending the right and claims of musical masterpieces of a distant past to a legitimate and faithful reproduction, i.
Bach St contains a doubtful setting for violin, cello and continuo of this sonata's outer movements  BWV — Sonata No. The following is a list of compositions by harpist Carlos Salzedo — A complete list may be found in Dewey Owens's biography.
Titles are followed by year of composition, publisher's name if applicable, and year of publication. Many works have been published more than once, subsequent publisher's names follow that of the original publisher. The following is a list of compositions for organ from the Western tradition of classical organ music. It originated in the late 14th century as a pairing of dance tunes and grew in scope to comprise up to five dances, sometimes with a prelude, by the early 17th century. The separate movements were often thematically and tonally linked. During the 18th century the suite fell out of favour as a cyclical form, giving way to the symphony, sonata and concerto.
It was revived in the later 19th century, but in a different form, often presenting extracts. Jill Feldman born 21 April in Los Angeles  is an American soprano who has acquired an international reputation for her interpretation of medieval, baroque and classical repertoires. Her highly expressive singing art combines great vocal agility with a profound dramatic sense of drama, in constant respect for the text.
A tombeau plural tombeaux is a musical composition earlier, in the early 16th century, a poem commemorating the death of a notable individual.
The term derives from the French word for "tomb" or "tombstone". The vast majority of tombeaux date from the 17th century and were composed for lute or other plucked string instruments. The genre gradually fell out of use during the 18th century, but reappeared in the early 20th. The musical genre of tombeau is generally connected with music for the lute of the 17th and 18th centuries. The earliest example of this genre seems to be the Tombeau de Mezangeau by French lutenist Ennemond Gaultier.
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Martin Pearlman born May 21, in Chicago is an American conductor, harpsichordist, composer, and early music specialist. Many of its original players went on to play in or direct other ensembles in what became a growing field in the American music scene. He later founded the chorus of that ensemble and has been the music director of Boston Baroque from its inception up to the present day. He received a B. After Cornell, Mr. Pearlman studied harpsichord with renowned harpsichordist and early music pioneer Gustav Leonhardt in Amsterdam on a Fulbright Grant — Darius Milhaud in Below is a list of compositions by Darius Milhaud sorted by category.
Most ambitious was Schlagobers, premiered during the official celebrations for the composer's sixtieth birthday. It was not until the s that he won fame as a major theorist of music with his Treatise on Harmony and also in the following years as a composer of masterpieces for the harpsichord, which circulated throughout Europe. He was almost 50 before he embarked on the operatic career on which his reputation chiefly rests today.
His debut, Hippolyte et Aricie , caused a great stir and was fiercely attacked by the supporters of Lully's style of music for its revolutionary use of harmony. Nevertheless, Rameau's pre-eminence in the field of French opera was soon acknowledg. This pages lists composers whose surname falls into the F to H alphabetic range. Strauss , aged It chronicles the misadventures and pranks of the German peasant folk hero Till Eulenspiegel, who is represented by two themes.
The first, played by the horn, is a lilting melody that reaches a peak, falls downward, and ends in three long, loud notes, each progressively lower. The second, for D clarinet, is crafty and wheedling, suggesting a trickster doing what he does best.
Analysis The work opens with a "Once upon a time" theme, as a solo horn bursts in with two repetitions of the first Till theme. The clarinet theme is heard next, suggesting Till's laughter as he plots his next prank. The music follows Till througho. Eliot Vocal Aubade for soprano solo words by Philip Larkin Orchestral Chamber Symphony for chamber ensemble of 15 players Choral O thou who didst with pitfall and gin anthem for male voices words from Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam translated by Edward FitzGerald Choral Gefriolsae Me anthem for male voices and organ words from Psalm 51 Chamber Catch for clarinet, violin, cello and piano Choral Fool's Rhymes for mixed chorus, harp, prepared piano, organ and percussion words from sermons of John Donne, anonymous Elizabethian and 14th-century poetry Keyboard: organ Under Hamelin Hill for organ 1—3 players Keyboard: piano Darknesse Visible for piano after John D.
Bach works catalogue; German: is a catalogue of compositions by Johann Sebastian Bach. It was first published in , edited by Wolfgang Schmieder. Sebastian Di Bin - Russian Music La dangereuse La tendre Fanchon Les ondes Claes H. Full scans?????? Symphony of Psalms, which opens the anthology, seems less concerned with the first of those attributes, at least initially. The expert choir featuring the female voices which Stravinsky viewed as second best is relatively modest in size, the instrumental cohort placed further back than you might be used to.
Nor is there any attempt to disguise the relatively confined acoustic. That said, everything is wonderfully clean and sharp-etched so that you never feel short-changed. And the timeless, implacable quality of the invention is not the only aspect highlighted as the music proceeds. The second movement brings not only flawless intonation from the woodwinds of the BBC Symphony Orchestra but eruptive, even muscular passion from the singers.
The Psalm setting works wonderfully too, finally combining glinting clarity with the trance-like rapture which can get lost in squeaky-clean performances. Next up is the Schoenberg, notoriously difficult to bring off, especially when performed as here without the instrumental doublings for strings and wind the composer added in on the advice of Franz Schreker. The writing has probably never sounded less strained, nor more perfectly in tune. Well to the fore is the countertenor of David Allsopp, a former Tenebrae singer. Some might have preferred a less forthright boy treble whatever the threat of sugariness.
Diversos fatores atrapalharam, mas hoje decidi levar adiante o projeto. Sostenuto Cello Concerto "sotto voce concerto": II. Scherzo - cadenza Cello Concerto "sotto voce concerto": IV. Finale Seagull Suite: I. Moderato statico Seagull Suite: V. So, too, did Shchedrin. He is not the only composer of our time who might be described as an eclectic — far from it, yet he is often accused of a certain slipperiness or worse. What of the music itself? The potentially cliched childhood memory of shepherds piping across fields is put to strikingly original use.
He wants above all to communicate and in this he surely succeeds. The piece still feels over-long.
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Here, though, the personality is harder to pin down. The composer scores wonderfully well, but his slapstick circus interludes and expressionistic melodramas seem more purely illustrative, less fresh. The copious notes are at once helpful and off-putting: only time will tell whether this music is quite as significant as the composer imagines it to be. One only wished for a bit less self- assertion and a bit more of the grief felt by the people outside the Hall.
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He is also a citizen of Lithuania and Spain. Shchedrin's early music is tonal, colourfully orchestrated and often includes snatches of folk music, while some later pieces use aleatoric and serial techniques. In the west the music of Shchedrin has won popularity mainly through the work of Mstislav Rostropovich who has made several successful recordings. Shchedrin is a virtuoso pianist and organist. He has also been a prizewinner in major competitions. He also studied composition with Einojuhani Rautavaara. He has also made recordings for RCA and Ondine.
He is co-founder and director of the Helsinki Festival Orchestra, and since has conducted the chamber orchestra Tapiola Sinfonietta. Are you the publisher?