For Low Voice and Piano. Translation: Mathilde Wesendonck, with whom Wagner was believed to have been, at the very least, extremely infatuated. ED Sheet music. Wagner Im Treibhause Second version for voice and piano. Wagner Im Treibhause First version for voice and piano. Sheet Music by Richard Wagner. Richard Wagner. In the Hothouse. Translation: Mathilde Wesendonk. Novato Music Press. Im Treibhaus. In the hothouse. Egon Voss. Translation: Schott Digital Music. Im Treibhaus composed by Richard Wagner.
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Composed by Richard Wagner. Translation: Wagner R. Voice sheet music. Piano sheet music. High Voice. Wesendonk Songs. Im Spatboot. By Richard Wagner. Wagner himself called two of the set's songs. Alto Voice sheet music. This edition.ipdwew0030atl2.public.registeredsite.com/242138-cell-phone.php
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This is followed by an ascending scale-like figure, filling in the same interval. The Eve formula, now richly ornamented, similarly exchanges notes so that its originally rising major third, C to E, instead descends from E to C. In one later, exposed place, similar exchanges cause the passage to bear a strong resemblance to the interval sequence with which the Michael formula closes Frisius Beginning with XV "Synthi-Fou", , which is part of the ending of Dienstag aus Licht , Stockhausen began to substitute the synthesizer which he also somewhat misleadingly called elektronisches Klavier in place of the traditional piano, since the German word Klavier historically could refer to any keyboard instrument, and Stockhausen saw the history of the piano logically continued by the synthesizer Stockhausen , The electronic music is played back over eight loudspeakers, which are arranged in a cube around the listeners.
Sounds move round about, diagonally, from above to below, and below to above, in eight simultaneous layers with various rates of speed, and Synthi-Fou plays—on four keyboards and with nine pedals—a new music.
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The change to synthesizers opened up a host of new technical possibilities; the relationship of the keys to the production of sound is radically different from the piano. Synthesizers and samplers are no longer dependent on finger dexterity. Stockhausen , — The piece was written for the Micheli Competition, who had commissioned a seven-minute piano piece, it was first played in October to the jury by the three finalists in that competition.
The score is dedicated to "all pianists who do not only play the traditional stringed piano but who also include electronic keyboard instruments in their instrumentarium". Although the piece is precisely notated, there is no specific part for the keyboardist to perform. Instead, the performer must choose which notes to perform synchronously with the meticulously notated electronic music Kiec , ; this process has been compared by one writer to the realization of a figured bass in Baroque performance practice Maconie , According to the score preface, it is to be performed on "electronic piano" elektronisches Klavier , but this is defined as "a freely chosen keyboard instrument with electronic sound storage, for example a synthesizer with sampler , memory, modules , etc.
The score authorizes the performer to create a personal work against the background of the music of the scene "Children's War" from Freitag ; the comet is a traditional sign of impending disaster which, combined with the tolling bells of doom and recollection of the opera's scene of a terrible battle of children, express a pessimistic view of the world Maconie , Stockhausen made another version of this piece for a solo percussionist with the same tape accompaniment, it is titled Komet for a percussionist, electronic and concrete musik, and sound projectionist. The three full formula layers rotate in each of these five sections, with the dominant upper line occupied in turn by the Lucifer, Eve, Michael, Eve, and Michael formulas; this complete formula is stated three times, each time times faster than the time before, and each time with the layers given a different timbral colour Stockhausen , 23— Although the work has yet to be premiered, one writer speculates that it will likely prove to be.
Maconie , Category:Compositions by Karlheinz Stockhausen. A pioneer of indeterminacy in music, electroacoustic music, non-standard use of musical instruments, Cage was one of the leading figures of the post-war avant-garde.
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Critics have lauded him as one of the most influential composers of the 20th century, he was instrumental in the development of modern dance through his association with choreographer Merce Cunningham , Cage's romantic partner for most of their lives. The work's challenge to assumed definitions about musicianship and musical experience made it a popular and controversial topic both in musicology and the broader aesthetics of art and performance.
Cage was a pioneer of the prepared piano , for which he wrote numerous dance-related works and a few concert pieces. The best known of these is Interludes. His teachers included Henry Cowell and Arnold Schoenberg , both known for their radical innovations in music, but Cage's major influences lay in various East and South Asian cultures. Through his studies of Indian philosophy and Zen Buddhism in the late s, Cage came to the idea of aleatoric or chance-controlled music, which he started composing in ; the I Ching , an ancient Chinese classic text on changing events, became Cage's standard composition tool for the rest of his life.
In a lecture, Experimental Music , he described music as "a purposeless play", "an affirmation of life — not an attempt to bring order out of chaos nor to suggest improvements in creation, but a way of waking up to the life we're living". The family's roots were American: in a interview, Cage mentioned that George Washington was assisted by an ancestor named John Cage in the task of surveying the Colony of Virginia.
Cage described his mother as a woman with "a sense of society", "never happy", while his father is best characterized by his inventions: sometimes idealistic, such as a diesel-fueled submarine that gave off exhaust bubbles, the senior Cage being uninterested in an undetectable submarine. John Milton Sr. The latter is a short lively piece that ends abruptly, while " Crete " is a longer melodic contrapuntal work.
Cage's first experiences with music were from private piano teachers in the Greater Los Angeles area and several relatives his aunt Phoebe Harvey James who introduced him to the piano music of the 19th century, he received first piano lessons when he was in the fourth grade at school, but although he liked music, he expressed more interest in sight reading than in developing virtuoso piano technique, was not thinking of composition. During high school, one of his music teachers was Fannie Charles Dillon.
By , Cage was convinced that he wanted to be a writer. He graduated that year from Los Angeles High School as a valedictorian , having in the spring given a prize-winning speech at the Hollywood Bowl proposing a day of quiet for all Americans. Cage enrolled at Pomona College in Claremont as a theology major in In he dropped out, having come to believe that "college was of no use to a writer" after an incident described in the autobiographical statement: I was shocked at college to see one hundred of my classmates in the library all reading copies of the same book.
Instead of doing as they did, I went into the stacks and read the first book written by an author whose name began with Z. I received the highest grade in the class. That convinced me. I left. Cage persuaded his parents that a trip to Europe would be more beneficial to a future writer than college studies, he subsequently sailed to Le Havre , where he took a train to Paris.
Cage stayed in Europe for some 18 months.
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