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The Arts

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The Arts, including literature, music, visual arts, poetry, and 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.
  • A Minute with Miles
    Mary Noble Ours
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    SC Public Radio
    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.
  • "...I now…take the liberty of presenting [you] with the present concertos… humbly praying You not to judge their imperfections by the severity of the fine and delicate taste that every one knows You to have for music …”
  • "...I now…take the liberty of presenting [you] with the present concertos… humbly praying You not to judge their imperfections by the severity of the fine and delicate taste that every one knows You to have for music …”
  • People’s anxiety dreams tend to be tailored to their particular personalities, circumstances, and experiences, and often to their particular professions.
  • People’s anxiety dreams tend to be tailored to their particular personalities, circumstances, and experiences, and often to their particular professions.
  • I’ve seen famous musicians stoke their own egos by humiliating students in master classes… but good teachers never do that.
  • I’ve seen famous musicians stoke their own egos by humiliating students in master classes… but good teachers never do that.
  • Gabriel Fauré is often referred to as one of the greatest French composers of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. But I wonder if that…
  • Gabriel Fauré is often referred to as one of the greatest French composers of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. But I wonder if that…
  • J.S. Bach composed his St. Matthew Passion in 1727. But for the better part of a century after that, the piece essentially disappeared, unknown to all but…
  • J.S. Bach composed his St. Matthew Passion in 1727. But for the better part of a century after that, the piece essentially disappeared, unknown to all but…