Baroque music, which was the first music to use tonality in the modern sense, is also known for its ornamentation and artistic use of counterpoint. It originated in Northern Italy at the end of the 16th century, and the style migrated quickly to Germany, which was one of the most active centers of early Baroque music.
"Morgen!" ("Tomorrow!") is the last in a set of four songs composed in 1894 by the German composer Richard Strauss.It is designated Opus 27, Number 4.. The text of this Lied, the German love poem "Morgen!", was written by Strauss's contemporary, John Henry Mackay, who was of partly Scottish descent but brought up in Germany.
Der Rosenkavalier, zweite Walzerfolge (Waltz Sequence No.2), for orchestra Arranged from Act III of TrV 227. See also TrV 227c. 1911 — TrV 227b AV 112 Der Rosenkavalier, incidental music for the film by Robert Wiene Arrangements of extracts from TrV 227, TrV 167, TrV 214, TrV 217 and TrV 245. 1925 — TrV 227c AV 139
Cultivated: music that has been brought to this country & consciously developed, fostered at concerts, & taught in conservatories ex: Amy Beach - Gaelic Symphony Vernacular: music we sing & hear as naturally as we speak our native tongue ex: John Philip Sousa - The Stars and Stripes Forever
Richard Strauss: Der Rosenkavalier, Op.59: Second Waltz Sequence Thomas Schippers/Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra VOX: 5140 "Cincinnati/Schippers · Schubert/Strauss" Buy CD: 03:00AM : Joseph Bodin de Boismortier: Flute Sonata No.3 in G, Op.91 Rebecca Stuhr-Rommereim, flute; John Stuhr-Rommereim, harpsichord
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Apr 18, 2022 · The orchestral film score that Richard Strauss adapted from his own opera Der Rosenkavalier, on the opera’s adaptation as a silent movie in 1926. 04-19-2022, 05:39 PM #9364