TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «CONCERT OVERTURE»
The term «concert overture» is normally little used and occupies the 134.026
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CONCERT OVERTURE»
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Max Bruch: His Life and Works
Loh afternoon concert Overture - Otympia Spontini Entr'act from the opera Konig
Manfred Reinecke Suite N0.3 in D Bach Concert-Overture N0.2 in A Hiller (new,
first time at the concerts) Aria from Elijah for tuba Mendelssohn (arranged and ...
Christopher Fifield, 2005
Byron: Poem for Orchestra and Chorus
IANTO POPOLARE (In Moonlight). arranged from the Concert-Overture "In the
South" (Op. 50). (I 1I lha Press.) IHANSON DE NUIT (Op. 15. No. I). Бакс. u. 6d.;
String Parts, Is. 3d.; Wind Parts, &С.. 10.61 ЗНАХЗОП DE MATIN (Op. I5. NO. 2).
Orchestral "Pops" Music: A Handbook
... Alex Cloisters – Corigliano Close Encounters ofthe Third Kind – Williams, J.
Close Encounters ofthe Third Kind, Theme from – Williams, J. Clouds – Griffes
Cockaigne Concert Overture Op. 40 – Elgar Cocoon Theme – Horner Cohan
Mendelssohn: The Hebrides and Other Overtures
Larry Todd offers a historical, stylistic, and analytical guide to three remarkable works which secured for Mendelssohn no small measure of his fame.
The NPR Classical Music Companion: An Essential Guide for ...
Precursor of the form that Franz Liszt would call the "symphonic poem" [see
SYMPHONIC POEM], the concert overture doesn't introduce anything: it's an
independent, one-movement piece usually inspired by — and named after —
some sort ...
The Facts on File Dictionary of Music
90 concert overture A concerto grosso always consists of several movements, but
their number and kind vary considerably. The chief distinguishing feature of the
form is the contrast of concertino and tutti, which are constantly pitted against ...
The Cambridge Companion to Berlioz
The genre of the concert overture excludes those composed as operatic preludes
. For this reason there is no discussion here of the Grande Ouverture de
Benvenuto Cellini, composed in February 1838 and published in full score in
1839, long ...
Three of the predominant genres of program music—the program symphony,
dramatic overture, and concert overture—were created simply by applying
programs to the previously abstract genres of the symphony and overture. A
fourth, the ...
The Cambridge Companion to Liszt
Like its predecessor the concert overture, each symphonic poem is a one-
movement piece with a programmatic title and most have a preface.4 In fact,
there was originally no difference at  all between the concert overture and
what came ...
... Nutcracker Suite and the Pathétique Symphony; while in the first half, the
overture to Gluck's Iphigénie and the ballet music from Schubert's Rosamunde
preceded the premiere of a new work by Esposito, his concert overture Othello,
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «CONCERT OVERTURE»
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O'Brien: Ellangowan Overture etc review – distinctly routine
Whether O'Brien's own music really merits revival seems arguable on the evidence of this disc. Ellengowan, the 1914 concert overture inspired ... «The Guardian, Jul 15»
LSO/Haitink review – Beethoven with humane warmth and depth of …
... cantata, setting a pair of linked poems by Goethe, better known as the inspiration for Mendelssohn's concert overture of the same name. «The Guardian, Jun 15»
Roger's going to The Wall for Floyd fans
This vivacious and energetic concert overture was written in just three days to accompany Victor Hugo's play of the same name. “Our soloist in ... «Henley Standard, Jun 15»
Vivacious end to orchestral concert season
This vivacious and energetic concert overture was written in just three days to accompany Victor Hugo's play of the same name. The soloist in ... «Slough and Windsor Observer, Jun 15»
Friday in Edinburgh – What's On Today
Celebrity Organ Recital: Roger Fisher, Organist Emeritus, Chester Cathedral, will play Hollins Concert Overture in C Minor, Harris Prelude in E ... «The Edinburgh Reporter, May 15»
CLC Music Department presents five concerts in May
... Susser Tod" (Come, Sweet Death) by J.S. Bach, "The Hounds of Spring: A Concert Overture for Winds" by Alfred Reed, "Fantasia for Band" by ... «Chicago Tribune, Apr 15»
Vaughan Williams' Sixth Symphony has its CSO premiere
The concert opened with a somewhat quirky piece by another Englishman, Edward Elgar's “Cockaigne” Concert Overture, not played by the ... «Cincinnati.com, Apr 15»
Lansdowne Symphony Orchestra's season finale April 26
The concert opens with the Concert Overture of Delaware County composer Anthony Mosakowski, a world premiere of this refreshing and ... «Delco News Network, Apr 15»
Ars Viva Symphony disbanding after 20 years
The afternoon begins with the Othello Concert Overture by Dvorak, one of Heatherington's favorite composers. The final works on the program ... «Chicago Tribune, Apr 15»
Nelsons's Precision Locomotive
... and serves well as a concert overture. The BSO has only performed music from Lady Macbeth twice before (in a suite arrangement by James ... «The Boston Musical Intelligencer, Apr 15»