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Classical Music

  • Throughout the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries in classical music, the final movements of instrumental pieces—the finales—were almost always in fast tempos, and they usually ended loud, and emphatically.
  • Throughout the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries in classical music, the final movements of instrumental pieces—the finales—were almost always in fast tempos, and they usually ended loud, and emphatically.
  • Festival's General Director designate brings extensive musical experience and scholarship to role—and a firm belief in art's potential to bridge differences
  • Outdoor concerts can be delightful, especially when the music and the natural surroundings make a perfect mix. Then again, when you’re playing outdoors, things sometimes happen that wouldn’t ever happen in the concert hall—and I’m not just talking about thunderstorms.
  • Outdoor concerts can be delightful, especially when the music and the natural surroundings make a perfect mix. Then again, when you’re playing outdoors, things sometimes happen that wouldn’t ever happen in the concert hall—and I’m not just talking about thunderstorms.
  • Composers often call for repeats, in their music, for whole sections of their pieces to be played twice. And the question is: what’s the point?
  • Composers often call for repeats, in their music, for whole sections of their pieces to be played twice. And the question is: what’s the point?
  • If you have a chance to attend an orchestra concert anytime soon and one of the pieces on the program calls for a harp, make sure to watch the harpist’s feet. They’ll be busy.
  • If you have a chance to attend an orchestra concert anytime soon and one of the pieces on the program calls for a harp, make sure to watch the harpist’s feet. They’ll be busy.
  • By the 1700's the term was already associated with the artistic and commercial cult of the glamorous leading lady.