• Bernstein, The greatest 5 min. in music education

    This amazing lecture series (The unanswered Question ), is actually an interdisciplinary overview about the evolution of Western European classical music from Bach through the 20th century crisis and beyond a bit . Mr. Bernstein uses linguistics namely Chomskian Linguistics to provide a framework to illustrate how music and all the arts evolved toward greater and greater levels of ambiguity/expressivity over history until the 20th century crisis . He manages this impressive feat of popular education , by dividing music into; Phonology (the study of sound); Syntax (the study of structure) and; Semantics (the study of meaning)

    published: 07 Nov 2012
  • Lecture 7. Harmony: Chords and How to Build Them

    Listening to Music (MUSI 112) Professor Wright explains the way harmony works in Western music. Throughout the lecture, he discusses the ways in which triads are formed out of scales, the ways that some of the most common harmonic progressions work, and the nature of modulation. Professor Wright focuses particularly on the listening skills involved in hearing whether harmonies are changing at regular or irregular rates in a given musical phrase. His musical examples in this lecture are wide-ranging, including such diverse styles as grand opera, bluegrass, and 1960s American popular music. 00:00 - Chapter 1. Introduction to Harmony 03:36 - Chapter 2. The Formation and Changing of Chords 19:50 - Chapter 3. Harmonic Progressions 35:54 - Chapter 4. Major and Minor Harmonies in Popular Music ...

    published: 07 Dec 2012
  • Music and the Brain: The Music of Language and the Language of Music

    In our everyday lives, language and instrumental music are obviously different things. Neuroscientist and musician Ani Patel is the author of a recent, elegantly argued offering from Oxford University Press, "Music, Language and the Brain." Oliver Sacks calls Patel a "pioneer in the use of new concepts and technology to investigate the neural correlates of music." In Patel's presentation, he discusses some of the hidden connections between language and instrumental music that are being uncovered by empirical scientific studies. The Music and the Brain Lecture Series is a cycle of lectures and special presentations that highlight an explosion of new research in the rapidly expanding field of "neuromusic." Programming is sponsored by the Library's Music Division and its Science, Technolog...

    published: 23 Jul 2009
  • How to Listen to Classical Music: Symphony 101

    Watch video of the class "Symphony 101," held Jan. 20, 2011. Giancarlo Guerrero, music director and conductor of the Nashville Symphony, leads an engaging and invigorating discussion about the elements and structure of the music of the symphony orchestra. What is a symphony? Maestro Guerrero will dissect the symphonic form exploring scherzo, minuet, theme and variation, and more. The great composers of symphonies and their works are also explored through their different approaches to the form and their unique and recognizable voices. The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Vanderbilt supports lifelong learning. It is an organization that provides adults with educational programs, stimulating tours and trips, and a variety of social events. The program reflects the high academic stan...

    published: 11 Apr 2011
  • Music Theory Lecture - What Every Pro Musician Needs To Know

    This is my first music theory lecture on what every professional musican needs to know. I discuss everything from, key signatures, intervals, buliding triads and seventh chords, extended notes and upper structures, chord construction, harmonic analysis, mode to chord relationship, the major, melodic minor and harmonic minor scales and modes. I also explore the construction of auxiliary scales like: Tonic Diminished Dominant Diminished Whole Tone Augmented Scale Multiple Pentatonic and Blues Scales And much, much more! Links To Follow: If you are interested in purchasing The Beato Book click here: https://rickbeato.com/products/the-beato-book. The book contains all this information plus more as well as hundreds of examples to go with them. If you would like to support my video creation...

    published: 27 Nov 2016
  • Lectures: Music Industry Entrepreneurship 1/6

    This is a lecture taped for my Music Industry Entrepreneurship class at Phoenix College. It is part 1 of 6, and covers what the music business actually comprises, and why one would want to be part of it. Created for Maricopa County Community College MUC209 "Music Industry Entrepreneurship" class. Apologies for continually saying "guy" instead of a less specific pronoun in lieu of shooting the entire video over. Substitute "person" every time you hear that.

    published: 11 Feb 2017
  • Ralph Murphy Lecture - Music Production

    Ralph Murphy talks to Loyola University Students about breaking into the music industry successfully

    published: 28 Jul 2011
  • Music Theory Workshop

    Music Theory Workshop 12-9-12

    published: 13 Dec 2012
  • The transformative power of classical music | Benjamin Zander

    http://www.ted.com Benjamin Zander has two infectious passions: classical music, and helping us all realize our untapped love for it -- and by extension, our untapped love for all new possibilities, new experiences, new connections. TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes. TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design, and TEDTalks cover these topics as well as science, business, development and the arts. Closed captions and translated subtitles in a variety of languages are now available on TED.com, at http://www.ted.com/translate. Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/tednews Checkout our Facebook page for TED exclusives https...

    published: 27 Jun 2008
  • Guitars in Romantic England: Music Lectures 2014-15 - An Introduction by Professor Christopher Page

    Christopher Page introduces his upcoming series of free public lectures as Gresham Professor of Music: http://www.gresham.ac.uk/men-women-and-guitars-in-romantic-england The guitar is arguably the most widely cultivated instrument in the world. At a time when fifty or more pianos are broken up for scrap in Britain every week – sad relics of Victorian parlour entertainment – sales of guitars have never been higher. Nonetheless, it has been almost universally forgotten that there was an intense guitar craze in England between about 1800 and 1835, spanning the lifetimes of Keats, Byron, Shelley and Coleridge, and a craze whose history has never been traced. Histories of English music and society in the nineteenth century continue to be written as if it never happened, and yet the instrument...

    published: 28 Jul 2014
  • 1. Introduction

    Listening to Music (MUSI 112) Professor Wright introduces the course by suggesting that "listening to music" is not simply a passive activity one can use to relax, but rather, an active and rewarding process. He argues that by learning about the basic elements of Western classical music, such as rhythm, melody, and form, one learns strategies that can be used to understand many different kinds of music in a more thorough and precise way -- and further, one begins to understand the magnitude of human greatness. Professor Wright draws the music examples in this lecture from recordings of techno music, American musical theater, and works by Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy and Strauss, in order to introduce the issues that the course will explore in more depth throughout the semester. 00:00 - Cha...

    published: 07 Dec 2012
  • Lecture 9. Sonata-Allegro Form: Mozart and Beethoven

    Listening to Music (MUSI 112) A brief foray into the formal characteristics of contemporary popular music is used to launch this lecture on musical form. After a discussion of the "verse-chorus" form often used in popular music, Professor Wright proceeds to take students into the realm of classical music, focusing particularly on ternary form and sonata-allegro form. Throughout his detailed explanation of sonata-allegro form, he also elaborates upon some harmonic concepts describing, for example, the relationship between relative major and minor keys. This lecture draws its musical examples from 'N Sync, Mozart, and Beethoven. 00:00 - Chapter 1. Verse-Chorus Form in Popular Music 05:56 - Chapter 2. Introduction to Form in Classical Music 12:18 - Chapter 3. Ternary Form 18:00 - Chapter 4....

    published: 07 Dec 2012
  • Music for reading - Chopin, Beethoven, Mozart, Bach, Debussy, Liszt, Schumann

    Subscribe for more classical music: http://bit.ly/YouTubeHalidonMusic Listen to our playlist "Music for Reading" on Spotify: http://spoti.fi/2mUkjPI Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/halidonmusic/ ▶ BUY the full MP3 album from our music store: http://bit.ly/1v9n1na ♫♫♫ Special Price ♫♫♫ Follow us here: https://www.facebook.com/halidonmusic/ https://twitter.com/halidonmusic http://www.halidon.it/index.php More music here: https://play.spotify.com/user/halidon TRACKLIST Music for Reading 01 Chopin - Nocturne Op. 9 No. 2 in E-Flat Major 02 Schubert - Serenade "Leise Flehen Meine Lieder" 4:40 03 Chopin - Piano Prelude No. 15 "Raindrop" 9:12 04 Beethoven - Piano Sonata Op. 13 (II: Adagio) 14:47 05 Chopin - Waltz Op. 69 No. 1 in A Flat major 19:57 06 Bach - Violin concerto in E...

    published: 03 Oct 2013
  • Music and Language - 2010 New College Lectures Highlights (Prof Jeremy Begbie)

    Professor Jeremy Begbie presented the 2010 New College Lecture Series titled Music, Modernity & God. The lectures were held at The John Niland Scientia Building on-campus at the University of New South Wales and were presented over three nights to over 500 people. This video excerpt comes from the third lecture in the series given on Thursday 16 September 2010. The lecture was titled Language -- Can we speak about God without words? While language is powerful, many point to its severe limits. This lecture explored the ways music has been caught up in the debate about the power and limits of language. Many say music can 'transcend' words. Prof Begbie asked, 'What place is there for music in a faith that depends on God using human words to make himself known? Scarcely a day goes by when we a...

    published: 18 Jun 2012
  • Lecture 6. Melody: Mozart and Wagner

    Listening to Music (MUSI 112) This lecture discusses melody and aesthetics; Professor Wright raises the question of what makes a melody beautiful, and uses excerpts from Puccini's Gianni Schicchi, Wagner's Tristan and Isolde and Mozart's Marriage of Figaro to explore this issue. Throughout the discussion, the foundations of classical phrase-structure and harmonic progressions are used to explain some of the choices these three composers made. 00:00 - Chapter 1. What Makes a Melody Beautiful? 05:39 - Chapter 2. Puccini's Gianni Schicchi: Cadences and Sequences 13:27 - Chapter 3. Wagner's Tristan and Isolde: Exploring Melodic Ascents and Descents 32:17 - Chapter 4. Mozart's Marriage of Figaro: Melodic Sequence Analysis Complete course materials are available at the Yale Online website: on...

    published: 07 Dec 2012
  • Bach & the Infinite - 2010 New College Lectures Highlights (Prof Jeremy Begbie)

    Professor Jeremy Begbie presented the 2010 New College Lecture Series titled Music, Modernity & God. The lectures were held at The John Niland Scientia Building on-campus at the University of New South Wales and were presented over three nights to over 500 people. This video excerpt comes from the first lecture in the series given on Tuesday 14 September 2010. The lecture was titled Creativity -- Can we be creative in the midst of God's creation? Human creativity is often seen as merely a matter of bringing order to the physical world. Creativity and discovery are assumed to work against each other. The roots of this assumption were explored before Prof Begbie examined some of the music of J.S. Bach in order to open up a fuller, Trinitarian vision in which discovery is integral to all hum...

    published: 18 Jun 2012
  • "The Challenges of Modernist Music" with Charles Rosen

    The first lecture of the series will be given by Charles Rosen, celebrated pianist and writer upon whom President Barack Obama conferred the National Humanities Medal in early 2012. Rosen is the author of the acclaimed The Classical Style, a frequent contributor to The New York Review of Books, and a passionate advocate of new music. He will assess the impact of contemporary music in the 21st century, exploring issues such as the role of public and private institutions, the responsibility of education in keeping the arts alive, the divide between commercial popular music and the concert experience, and the challenges of art's accessibility from the 18th century until today.

    published: 19 Jul 2013
  • Bernstein: The Harmonic Series / Norton Lectures: Musical Phonology

    From "The Unanswered Question", Six Talks at Harvard (Norton Lectures) by Leonard Bernstein. In the first lecture, "Musical Phonology", Bernstein explores the origins and development of music and language. In this excerpt, he explains harmonic development, tonality, and the origin of the chromatic scale. Written by Leonard Bernstein Executive Producer: Harry Kraut Consulting Producer: Humphrey Burton Producer: Douglas Smith Available on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Unanswered-Question-Harvard-Leonard-Bernstein/dp/B00005TPL8/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1445356907&sr=8-1&keywords=bernstein+harvard Originally Produced by Amberson Video in cooperation with WGBH-TV Boston, 1973. © 1992 Video Music Education, Inc.

    published: 28 Jan 2016
  • The Power of Music - 2010 New College Lectures Highlights (Prof Jeremy Begbie)

    Professor Jeremy Begbie presented the 2010 New College Lecture Series titled Music, Modernity & God. The lectures were held at The John Niland Scientia Building on-campus at the University of New South Wales and were presented over three nights to over 500 people. This video excerpt comes from the first lecture in the series given on Tuesday 14 September 2010. The lecture was titled Creativity -- Can we be creative in the midst of God's creation? Human creativity is often seen as merely a matter of bringing order to the physical world. Creativity and discovery are assumed to work against each other. The roots of this assumption were explored before Prof Begbie examined some of the music of J.S. Bach in order to open up a fuller, Trinitarian vision in which discovery is integral to all huma...

    published: 18 Jun 2012
  • Social Psychology of Music Performance (Seminars/Lectures)

    The seminars/lectures presented by Robert "Doc" Woody on the SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY OF MUSIC PERFORMANCE are both educational and entertaining, and the substance is tailored to the particular place and audience. Having been a long-time Professor of Psychology at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, Doc Woody helps folks understand how psychological characteristics influence musical preferences and activities for everyone. Relying on research, he explains how music fulfills personal needs and why people differ in terms of their musical interests and abilities. After being "on the road" and playing commercially, Bob Woody turned to higher education, earning doctorates from Michigan State University and the University of Pittsburgh and a law degree from Creighton University. Also, he has studie...

    published: 17 Aug 2010
  • Giorgos Koumendakis & DissonArt Ensemble - 8 music lectures 2010

    Giorgos Koumendakis & DissonArt Ensemble Unknown Dialects: eight music lectures http://greekfestival.gr/gr/events/view/giorgos-koumentakis-%26-dissonart-ensemble-2010

    published: 26 Oct 2015
  • Bernstein: Arnold Schoenberg / Norton Lectures: The Twentieth Century Crisis

    From "The Unanswered Question", Six Talks at Harvard (Norton Lectures) by Leonard Bernstein, Charles Eliot Norton Professor of Poetry, 1973. In the fifth lecture, "The Twentieth Century Crisis", Bernstein examines Arnold Schoenberg's movement toward atonality and Gustav Mahler's anticipation of the crisis in twentieth century music. In this excerpt, he explains Schoenberg's introduction of the new "ambiguous wrinkle", Sprechstimme, in his Opus 21, 'Pierrot Lunaire'. Written by Leonard Bernstein Executive Producer: Harry Kraut Consulting Producer: Humphrey Burton Producer: Douglas Smith Available on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Unanswered-Question-Harvard-Leonard-Bernstein/dp/B00005TPL8 Originally Produced by Amberson Video in cooperation with WGBH-TV Boston, 1973. © 1992 Video Musi...

    published: 12 Sep 2016
  • Sean Blackman In Transit World Music Educational lectures

    www.seanblackman.com School lectures and assemblies for K-12 on raising the awareness of musical rhythms, dances, sounds and instruments from around the world.

    published: 31 Mar 2014
  • 2010 New College Lectures: Music, Modernity & God - Overview (Prof Jeremy Begbie)

    Professor Jeremy Begbie presented the 2010 New College Lecture Series titled Music, Modernity & God. The lectures were held at The John Niland Scientia Building on-campus at the University of New South Wales and were presented over three nights to over 500 people. This video excerpt comes from the first lecture in the series given on Tuesday 14 September 2010. The lecture was titled Creativity -- Can we be creative in the midst of God's creation? Human creativity is often seen as merely a matter of bringing order to the physical world. Creativity and discovery are assumed to work against each other. The roots of this assumption were explored before Prof Begbie examined some of the music of J.S. Bach in order to open up a fuller, Trinitarian vision in which discovery is integral to all hum...

    published: 20 Jun 2012
  • Musical Lecture

    published: 27 Apr 2012
  • World Music - Lecture 1: What is Music?

    Lecture 1: What is Music?

    published: 17 Jan 2017
  • Arabic Music Lecture#2 3

    published: 14 Feb 2016
  • Music Lecture

    published: 16 Jul 2011
  • The Science of Music - Lecture 11

    published: 09 Sep 2013
Bernstein, The greatest 5 min. in music education

Bernstein, The greatest 5 min. in music education

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  • Updated: 07 Nov 2012
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This amazing lecture series (The unanswered Question ), is actually an interdisciplinary overview about the evolution of Western European classical music from Bach through the 20th century crisis and beyond a bit . Mr. Bernstein uses linguistics namely Chomskian Linguistics to provide a framework to illustrate how music and all the arts evolved toward greater and greater levels of ambiguity/expressivity over history until the 20th century crisis . He manages this impressive feat of popular education , by dividing music into; Phonology (the study of sound); Syntax (the study of structure) and; Semantics (the study of meaning)
https://wn.com/Bernstein,_The_Greatest_5_Min._In_Music_Education
Lecture 7. Harmony: Chords and How to Build Them

Lecture 7. Harmony: Chords and How to Build Them

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  • Duration: 50:14
  • Updated: 07 Dec 2012
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Listening to Music (MUSI 112) Professor Wright explains the way harmony works in Western music. Throughout the lecture, he discusses the ways in which triads are formed out of scales, the ways that some of the most common harmonic progressions work, and the nature of modulation. Professor Wright focuses particularly on the listening skills involved in hearing whether harmonies are changing at regular or irregular rates in a given musical phrase. His musical examples in this lecture are wide-ranging, including such diverse styles as grand opera, bluegrass, and 1960s American popular music. 00:00 - Chapter 1. Introduction to Harmony 03:36 - Chapter 2. The Formation and Changing of Chords 19:50 - Chapter 3. Harmonic Progressions 35:54 - Chapter 4. Major and Minor Harmonies in Popular Music 42:38 - Chapter 5. Modulation through Harmony Complete course materials are available at the Yale Online website: online.yale.edu This course was recorded in Fall 2008.
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Music and the Brain: The Music of Language and the Language of Music

Music and the Brain: The Music of Language and the Language of Music

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  • Updated: 23 Jul 2009
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In our everyday lives, language and instrumental music are obviously different things. Neuroscientist and musician Ani Patel is the author of a recent, elegantly argued offering from Oxford University Press, "Music, Language and the Brain." Oliver Sacks calls Patel a "pioneer in the use of new concepts and technology to investigate the neural correlates of music." In Patel's presentation, he discusses some of the hidden connections between language and instrumental music that are being uncovered by empirical scientific studies. The Music and the Brain Lecture Series is a cycle of lectures and special presentations that highlight an explosion of new research in the rapidly expanding field of "neuromusic." Programming is sponsored by the Library's Music Division and its Science, Technology and Business Division, in cooperation with the Dana Foundation. Aniruddh Patel is the Esther J. Burnham Senior Fellow in Theoretical Neurobiology at the Neurosciences Institute.
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How to Listen to Classical Music: Symphony 101

How to Listen to Classical Music: Symphony 101

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Watch video of the class "Symphony 101," held Jan. 20, 2011. Giancarlo Guerrero, music director and conductor of the Nashville Symphony, leads an engaging and invigorating discussion about the elements and structure of the music of the symphony orchestra. What is a symphony? Maestro Guerrero will dissect the symphonic form exploring scherzo, minuet, theme and variation, and more. The great composers of symphonies and their works are also explored through their different approaches to the form and their unique and recognizable voices. The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Vanderbilt supports lifelong learning. It is an organization that provides adults with educational programs, stimulating tours and trips, and a variety of social events. The program reflects the high academic standards espoused by the university on all levels. By offering non-credit courses, students benefit from the stimulus of lectures and discussions in an informal and relaxed environment. The student body is a cohesive group that projects a true sense of community, always welcoming new members. The Division of Public Affairs sponsors Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Vanderbilt.
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Music Theory Lecture - What Every Pro Musician Needs To Know

Music Theory Lecture - What Every Pro Musician Needs To Know

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  • Duration: 41:33
  • Updated: 27 Nov 2016
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This is my first music theory lecture on what every professional musican needs to know. I discuss everything from, key signatures, intervals, buliding triads and seventh chords, extended notes and upper structures, chord construction, harmonic analysis, mode to chord relationship, the major, melodic minor and harmonic minor scales and modes. I also explore the construction of auxiliary scales like: Tonic Diminished Dominant Diminished Whole Tone Augmented Scale Multiple Pentatonic and Blues Scales And much, much more! Links To Follow: If you are interested in purchasing The Beato Book click here: https://rickbeato.com/products/the-beato-book. The book contains all this information plus more as well as hundreds of examples to go with them. If you would like to support my video creation, you can hit the DONATE button on the sidebar YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/c/RickBeato Facebook -https://www.facebook.com/rickbeatoproduction/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/rickbeato1/ Twitter - @rickbeato www.nuryl.com www.rickbeato.com
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Lectures: Music Industry Entrepreneurship 1/6

Lectures: Music Industry Entrepreneurship 1/6

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  • Updated: 11 Feb 2017
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This is a lecture taped for my Music Industry Entrepreneurship class at Phoenix College. It is part 1 of 6, and covers what the music business actually comprises, and why one would want to be part of it. Created for Maricopa County Community College MUC209 "Music Industry Entrepreneurship" class. Apologies for continually saying "guy" instead of a less specific pronoun in lieu of shooting the entire video over. Substitute "person" every time you hear that.
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Ralph Murphy Lecture - Music Production

Ralph Murphy Lecture - Music Production

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  • Updated: 28 Jul 2011
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Ralph Murphy talks to Loyola University Students about breaking into the music industry successfully
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Music Theory Workshop

Music Theory Workshop

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  • Updated: 13 Dec 2012
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The transformative power of classical music | Benjamin Zander

The transformative power of classical music | Benjamin Zander

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  • Updated: 27 Jun 2008
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http://www.ted.com Benjamin Zander has two infectious passions: classical music, and helping us all realize our untapped love for it -- and by extension, our untapped love for all new possibilities, new experiences, new connections. TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes. TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design, and TEDTalks cover these topics as well as science, business, development and the arts. Closed captions and translated subtitles in a variety of languages are now available on TED.com, at http://www.ted.com/translate. Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/tednews Checkout our Facebook page for TED exclusives https://www.facebook.com/TED
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Guitars in Romantic England: Music Lectures 2014-15 - An Introduction by Professor Christopher Page

Guitars in Romantic England: Music Lectures 2014-15 - An Introduction by Professor Christopher Page

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Christopher Page introduces his upcoming series of free public lectures as Gresham Professor of Music: http://www.gresham.ac.uk/men-women-and-guitars-in-romantic-england The guitar is arguably the most widely cultivated instrument in the world. At a time when fifty or more pianos are broken up for scrap in Britain every week – sad relics of Victorian parlour entertainment – sales of guitars have never been higher. Nonetheless, it has been almost universally forgotten that there was an intense guitar craze in England between about 1800 and 1835, spanning the lifetimes of Keats, Byron, Shelley and Coleridge, and a craze whose history has never been traced. Histories of English music and society in the nineteenth century continue to be written as if it never happened, and yet the instrument was cultivated from the royal family in the person of Princess Charlotte (d. 1817) down to the poorest laundress. This is much more than the story of an instrument and its music: the rise of romanticism, the creation of an urban poor hungry for self-improvement, the proliferation of newspapers, serialised fiction and printed sheet music, the social position of women and other aspects of English society and culture in the wake of the Napoleonic Wars all have a place within it. Christopher Page is the Gresham Professor of Music. Information on his ongoing series of free public lectures is available here: http://www.gresham.ac.uk/men-women-and-guitars-in-romantic-england More information on Professor Christopher Page can be found here: http://www.gresham.ac.uk/professors-and-speakers/professor-christopher-page Gresham College has been giving free public lectures since 1597. This tradition continues today with all of our five or so public lectures a week being made available for free download from our website. There are currently over 1,600 lectures free to access or download from the website. Website: http://www.gresham.ac.uk Twitter: http://twitter.com/GreshamCollege Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/greshamcollege
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1. Introduction

1. Introduction

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Listening to Music (MUSI 112) Professor Wright introduces the course by suggesting that "listening to music" is not simply a passive activity one can use to relax, but rather, an active and rewarding process. He argues that by learning about the basic elements of Western classical music, such as rhythm, melody, and form, one learns strategies that can be used to understand many different kinds of music in a more thorough and precise way -- and further, one begins to understand the magnitude of human greatness. Professor Wright draws the music examples in this lecture from recordings of techno music, American musical theater, and works by Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy and Strauss, in order to introduce the issues that the course will explore in more depth throughout the semester. 00:00 - Chapter 1. Introduction to Listening to Music 03:23 - Chapter 2. Why Listen to Classical Music? 12:14 - Chapter 3. Course Requirements and Pedagogy 21:11 - Chapter 4. Diagnostic Quiz 33:56 - Chapter 5. Pitch 42:04 - Chapter 6. Rhythm Complete course materials are available at the Yale Online website: online.yale.edu This course was recorded in Fall 2008.
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Lecture 9. Sonata-Allegro Form: Mozart and Beethoven

Lecture 9. Sonata-Allegro Form: Mozart and Beethoven

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  • Duration: 49:20
  • Updated: 07 Dec 2012
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Listening to Music (MUSI 112) A brief foray into the formal characteristics of contemporary popular music is used to launch this lecture on musical form. After a discussion of the "verse-chorus" form often used in popular music, Professor Wright proceeds to take students into the realm of classical music, focusing particularly on ternary form and sonata-allegro form. Throughout his detailed explanation of sonata-allegro form, he also elaborates upon some harmonic concepts describing, for example, the relationship between relative major and minor keys. This lecture draws its musical examples from 'N Sync, Mozart, and Beethoven. 00:00 - Chapter 1. Verse-Chorus Form in Popular Music 05:56 - Chapter 2. Introduction to Form in Classical Music 12:18 - Chapter 3. Ternary Form 18:00 - Chapter 4. The Sonata-Allegro Form in Mozart's "A Little Night Music" 36:19 - Chapter 5. The Sonata-Allegro Form in Beethoven's Fifth Symphony Complete course materials are available at the Yale Online website: online.yale.edu This course was recorded in Fall 2008.
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Music for reading - Chopin, Beethoven, Mozart, Bach, Debussy, Liszt, Schumann

Music for reading - Chopin, Beethoven, Mozart, Bach, Debussy, Liszt, Schumann

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  • Updated: 03 Oct 2013
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Subscribe for more classical music: http://bit.ly/YouTubeHalidonMusic Listen to our playlist "Music for Reading" on Spotify: http://spoti.fi/2mUkjPI Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/halidonmusic/ ▶ BUY the full MP3 album from our music store: http://bit.ly/1v9n1na ♫♫♫ Special Price ♫♫♫ Follow us here: https://www.facebook.com/halidonmusic/ https://twitter.com/halidonmusic http://www.halidon.it/index.php More music here: https://play.spotify.com/user/halidon TRACKLIST Music for Reading 01 Chopin - Nocturne Op. 9 No. 2 in E-Flat Major 02 Schubert - Serenade "Leise Flehen Meine Lieder" 4:40 03 Chopin - Piano Prelude No. 15 "Raindrop" 9:12 04 Beethoven - Piano Sonata Op. 13 (II: Adagio) 14:47 05 Chopin - Waltz Op. 69 No. 1 in A Flat major 19:57 06 Bach - Violin concerto in E Major (II: Adagio) 24:47 07 Mozart - Piano Concerto No. 21 31:46 08 Chopin - Prelude, Op. 28 No. 17 in A major 37:25 09 Debussy - Clair de Lune 40:23 10 Schubert - Moment Musical Op. 94 D.780 N. 1 in C Major 42:56 11 Liszt - Liebesträume (Love Dream) in A-Flat Major 45:58 12 Chopin - Prelude, Op. 28 No. 6 in B minor 50:26 13 Bach - Solo Cello Suite No 6: Prelude 52:32 14 Chopin - Nocturne Op. 15 No. 2 57:09 15 Bach - Suite for Orchestra No. 3 "Air on the G String" 1:00:32 16 Chopin - Nocturne, Op. 27 No. 2 in D Flat major 1:05:01 17 Mozart - Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (II: Andante) 1:09:36 18 Chopin - Nocturne Op. 9 No. 1 in B Flat minor 1:14:39 19 Beethoven - Fur Elise 1:20:04 20 Schumann - Kinderszenen Op. 15 (I: Von fremden Laendern und Menschen) 1:22:42 21 Beethoven - "Moonlight" Piano Sonata No. 14 in C-Sharp Minor, Op. 27 (I: Adagio sostenuto) 1:24:38 Thank you so much for watching this video by Halidon Music channel, we hope you enjoyed it! Don't forget to share it and subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/YouTubeHalidonMusic All the best classical music ever on Halidon Music Youtube Channel: The Best Classical Music Playlist Mix, The Best Classical Music For Studying, Classical Music For Reading, Classical Music For Concentration, Classical Music for Sleeping and Relaxation, Instrumental Music, Background Music, Opera Music, Piano, Violin & Orchestral Masterpieces by the greatest composers of all time. The very best of Mozart, Beethoven, Bach, Chopin, Tchaikovsky, Vivaldi, Schubert, Handel, Liszt, Haydn, Strauss, Verdi, Brahms, Wagner, Mahler, Rossini, Ravel, Grieg, Ravel, Dvorák
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Music and Language - 2010 New College Lectures Highlights (Prof Jeremy Begbie)

Music and Language - 2010 New College Lectures Highlights (Prof Jeremy Begbie)

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Professor Jeremy Begbie presented the 2010 New College Lecture Series titled Music, Modernity & God. The lectures were held at The John Niland Scientia Building on-campus at the University of New South Wales and were presented over three nights to over 500 people. This video excerpt comes from the third lecture in the series given on Thursday 16 September 2010. The lecture was titled Language -- Can we speak about God without words? While language is powerful, many point to its severe limits. This lecture explored the ways music has been caught up in the debate about the power and limits of language. Many say music can 'transcend' words. Prof Begbie asked, 'What place is there for music in a faith that depends on God using human words to make himself known? Scarcely a day goes by when we are not surrounded by music: it is pervasive. But what we can easily overlook is the part music has played in the debates surrounding the pivotal issues that have shaped our culture, issues that at their deepest level concern belief in God. Over the three lectures Professor Begbie argued that music is much more than just an accompaniment to life, it is an important part of the life God has given us and both reflects and speaks of God's purposes for us. He suggested that if we didn't have music we would be all the poorer because music can help us to 'read' the story of our culture with the eyes of Christian faith, responding in fresh ways to some of the deepest dilemmas and truths of our time. Furthermore, music offers metaphors that can help us to understand the deep truths of Christianity -- God, creation, freedom, rebellion and sin, salvation and redemption, the new creation to come and the fulfilment of God's promises in Christ. He led us to this conclusion by teaching using word, image, recorded music and performance on the piano. It was a memorable and deeply challenging series.
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Lecture 6. Melody: Mozart and Wagner

Lecture 6. Melody: Mozart and Wagner

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Listening to Music (MUSI 112) This lecture discusses melody and aesthetics; Professor Wright raises the question of what makes a melody beautiful, and uses excerpts from Puccini's Gianni Schicchi, Wagner's Tristan and Isolde and Mozart's Marriage of Figaro to explore this issue. Throughout the discussion, the foundations of classical phrase-structure and harmonic progressions are used to explain some of the choices these three composers made. 00:00 - Chapter 1. What Makes a Melody Beautiful? 05:39 - Chapter 2. Puccini's Gianni Schicchi: Cadences and Sequences 13:27 - Chapter 3. Wagner's Tristan and Isolde: Exploring Melodic Ascents and Descents 32:17 - Chapter 4. Mozart's Marriage of Figaro: Melodic Sequence Analysis Complete course materials are available at the Yale Online website: online.yale.edu This course was recorded in Fall 2008.
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Bach & the Infinite - 2010 New College Lectures Highlights (Prof Jeremy Begbie)

Bach & the Infinite - 2010 New College Lectures Highlights (Prof Jeremy Begbie)

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Professor Jeremy Begbie presented the 2010 New College Lecture Series titled Music, Modernity & God. The lectures were held at The John Niland Scientia Building on-campus at the University of New South Wales and were presented over three nights to over 500 people. This video excerpt comes from the first lecture in the series given on Tuesday 14 September 2010. The lecture was titled Creativity -- Can we be creative in the midst of God's creation? Human creativity is often seen as merely a matter of bringing order to the physical world. Creativity and discovery are assumed to work against each other. The roots of this assumption were explored before Prof Begbie examined some of the music of J.S. Bach in order to open up a fuller, Trinitarian vision in which discovery is integral to all human making. Scarcely a day goes by when we are not surrounded by music: it is pervasive. But what we can easily overlook is the part music has played in the debates surrounding the pivotal issues that have shaped our culture, issues that at their deepest level concern belief in God. Over the three lectures Professor Begbie argued that music is much more than just an accompaniment to life, it is an important part of the life God has given us and both reflects and speaks of God's purposes for us. He suggested that if we didn't have music we would be all the poorer because music can help us to 'read' the story of our culture with the eyes of Christian faith, responding in fresh ways to some of the deepest dilemmas and truths of our time. Furthermore, music offers metaphors that can help us to understand the deep truths of Christianity -- God, creation, freedom, rebellion and sin, salvation and redemption, the new creation to come and the fulfilment of God's promises in Christ. He led us to this conclusion by teaching using word, image, recorded music and performance on the piano. It was a memorable and deeply challenging series.
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"The Challenges of Modernist Music" with Charles Rosen

"The Challenges of Modernist Music" with Charles Rosen

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The first lecture of the series will be given by Charles Rosen, celebrated pianist and writer upon whom President Barack Obama conferred the National Humanities Medal in early 2012. Rosen is the author of the acclaimed The Classical Style, a frequent contributor to The New York Review of Books, and a passionate advocate of new music. He will assess the impact of contemporary music in the 21st century, exploring issues such as the role of public and private institutions, the responsibility of education in keeping the arts alive, the divide between commercial popular music and the concert experience, and the challenges of art's accessibility from the 18th century until today.
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Bernstein: The Harmonic Series / Norton Lectures: Musical Phonology

Bernstein: The Harmonic Series / Norton Lectures: Musical Phonology

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From "The Unanswered Question", Six Talks at Harvard (Norton Lectures) by Leonard Bernstein. In the first lecture, "Musical Phonology", Bernstein explores the origins and development of music and language. In this excerpt, he explains harmonic development, tonality, and the origin of the chromatic scale. Written by Leonard Bernstein Executive Producer: Harry Kraut Consulting Producer: Humphrey Burton Producer: Douglas Smith Available on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Unanswered-Question-Harvard-Leonard-Bernstein/dp/B00005TPL8/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1445356907&sr=8-1&keywords=bernstein+harvard Originally Produced by Amberson Video in cooperation with WGBH-TV Boston, 1973. © 1992 Video Music Education, Inc.
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The Power of Music - 2010 New College Lectures Highlights (Prof Jeremy Begbie)

The Power of Music - 2010 New College Lectures Highlights (Prof Jeremy Begbie)

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  • Updated: 18 Jun 2012
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Professor Jeremy Begbie presented the 2010 New College Lecture Series titled Music, Modernity & God. The lectures were held at The John Niland Scientia Building on-campus at the University of New South Wales and were presented over three nights to over 500 people. This video excerpt comes from the first lecture in the series given on Tuesday 14 September 2010. The lecture was titled Creativity -- Can we be creative in the midst of God's creation? Human creativity is often seen as merely a matter of bringing order to the physical world. Creativity and discovery are assumed to work against each other. The roots of this assumption were explored before Prof Begbie examined some of the music of J.S. Bach in order to open up a fuller, Trinitarian vision in which discovery is integral to all human making. Scarcely a day goes by when we are not surrounded by music: it is pervasive. But what we can easily overlook is the part music has played in the debates surrounding the pivotal issues that have shaped our culture, issues that at their deepest level concern belief in God. Over the three lectures Professor Begbie argued that music is much more than just an accompaniment to life, it is an important part of the life God has given us and both reflects and speaks of God's purposes for us. He suggested that if we didn't have music we would be all the poorer because music can help us to 'read' the story of our culture with the eyes of Christian faith, responding in fresh ways to some of the deepest dilemmas and truths of our time. Furthermore, music offers metaphors that can help us to understand the deep truths of Christianity -- God, creation, freedom, rebellion and sin, salvation and redemption, the new creation to come and the fulfilment of God's promises in Christ. He led us to this conclusion by teaching using word, image, recorded music and performance on the piano. It was a memorable and deeply challenging series.
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Social Psychology of Music Performance (Seminars/Lectures)

Social Psychology of Music Performance (Seminars/Lectures)

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The seminars/lectures presented by Robert "Doc" Woody on the SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY OF MUSIC PERFORMANCE are both educational and entertaining, and the substance is tailored to the particular place and audience. Having been a long-time Professor of Psychology at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, Doc Woody helps folks understand how psychological characteristics influence musical preferences and activities for everyone. Relying on research, he explains how music fulfills personal needs and why people differ in terms of their musical interests and abilities. After being "on the road" and playing commercially, Bob Woody turned to higher education, earning doctorates from Michigan State University and the University of Pittsburgh and a law degree from Creighton University. Also, he has studied at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama (trumpet) in London and Vanderbilt-Blair School of Music (mandolin and tuba) in Nashville. Doc Woody has written numerous articles about music performance for professional journals and magazines. For more information about booking a lecture/seminar for your college, university, or community organization, you are invited to contact Doc Woody at psychlegal@aol.com or rwoody@docwoodymusic.com, or telephone him at 402-496-1303.
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Giorgos Koumendakis & DissonArt Ensemble - 8 music lectures 2010

Giorgos Koumendakis & DissonArt Ensemble - 8 music lectures 2010

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Giorgos Koumendakis & DissonArt Ensemble Unknown Dialects: eight music lectures http://greekfestival.gr/gr/events/view/giorgos-koumentakis-%26-dissonart-ensemble-2010
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Bernstein: Arnold Schoenberg / Norton Lectures: The Twentieth Century Crisis

Bernstein: Arnold Schoenberg / Norton Lectures: The Twentieth Century Crisis

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From "The Unanswered Question", Six Talks at Harvard (Norton Lectures) by Leonard Bernstein, Charles Eliot Norton Professor of Poetry, 1973. In the fifth lecture, "The Twentieth Century Crisis", Bernstein examines Arnold Schoenberg's movement toward atonality and Gustav Mahler's anticipation of the crisis in twentieth century music. In this excerpt, he explains Schoenberg's introduction of the new "ambiguous wrinkle", Sprechstimme, in his Opus 21, 'Pierrot Lunaire'. Written by Leonard Bernstein Executive Producer: Harry Kraut Consulting Producer: Humphrey Burton Producer: Douglas Smith Available on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Unanswered-Question-Harvard-Leonard-Bernstein/dp/B00005TPL8 Originally Produced by Amberson Video in cooperation with WGBH-TV Boston, 1973. © 1992 Video Music Education, Inc.
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Sean Blackman In Transit World Music Educational lectures

Sean Blackman In Transit World Music Educational lectures

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www.seanblackman.com School lectures and assemblies for K-12 on raising the awareness of musical rhythms, dances, sounds and instruments from around the world.
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2010 New College Lectures: Music, Modernity & God - Overview (Prof Jeremy Begbie)

2010 New College Lectures: Music, Modernity & God - Overview (Prof Jeremy Begbie)

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  • Updated: 20 Jun 2012
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Professor Jeremy Begbie presented the 2010 New College Lecture Series titled Music, Modernity & God. The lectures were held at The John Niland Scientia Building on-campus at the University of New South Wales and were presented over three nights to over 500 people. This video excerpt comes from the first lecture in the series given on Tuesday 14 September 2010. The lecture was titled Creativity -- Can we be creative in the midst of God's creation? Human creativity is often seen as merely a matter of bringing order to the physical world. Creativity and discovery are assumed to work against each other. The roots of this assumption were explored before Prof Begbie examined some of the music of J.S. Bach in order to open up a fuller, Trinitarian vision in which discovery is integral to all human making. Scarcely a day goes by when we are not surrounded by music: it is pervasive. But what we can easily overlook is the part music has played in the debates surrounding the pivotal issues that have shaped our culture, issues that at their deepest level concern belief in God. Over the three lectures Professor Begbie argued that music is much more than just an accompaniment to life, it is an important part of the life God has given us and both reflects and speaks of God's purposes for us. He suggested that if we didn't have music we would be all the poorer because music can help us to 'read' the story of our culture with the eyes of Christian faith, responding in fresh ways to some of the deepest dilemmas and truths of our time. Furthermore, music offers metaphors that can help us to understand the deep truths of Christianity -- God, creation, freedom, rebellion and sin, salvation and redemption, the new creation to come and the fulfilment of God's promises in Christ. He led us to this conclusion by teaching using word, image, recorded music and performance on the piano. It was a memorable and deeply challenging series.
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Musical Lecture

Musical Lecture

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  • Updated: 27 Apr 2012
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World Music - Lecture 1: What is Music?

World Music - Lecture 1: What is Music?

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  • Updated: 17 Jan 2017
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Arabic Music Lecture#2 3

Arabic Music Lecture#2 3

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  • Updated: 14 Feb 2016
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Music Lecture

Music Lecture

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The Science of Music - Lecture 11

The Science of Music - Lecture 11

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  • Updated: 09 Sep 2013
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