Two Fantasies, Opus 9 (1860) - Peter Benoit, Frédéric Gevers - Music From Flanders / Fantasies, Ballads And Tales (CD)

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  1. No Images Currently Available: NMM Violin, Markneukirchen and/or Schönbach (Luby), ca. Unlabelled. Scratched into back of pegbox: E. N. Pencil inscription on inside of lower treble rib, partially underneath corner block: 3 X.. Top: two-piece, quarter-cut spruce with fine grain, broadening toward the flanks; dowel through top into bottom block, just above saddle, now missing.
  2. Francis Scott Key writes poem, "Defense of Fort McHenry," later set to music of "Anacreon in Heaven" to become U.S. National Anthem (The Star Spangled Banner) Robert Franz, German composer, born: Halfdan Kjerulf, Norwegian composer, born: .
  3. Get this from a library! Novels, [Henry James] -- Presents three works from the distinguished American writer--"The Princess Cassimassima," "The Reverberator," and "The Tragic Muse"--That explore a range of ideas in a distinct realist style.
  4. These are all characteristics one would expect from a poet who did not want his poetry upstaged by music. Franz Schubert () Brought the Lied to the level of an “art song.” While still a young man, Schubert set poems by Goethe such as Gretchen am Spinnrade (Gretchen at the Spinning Wheel, written in ) and Erlkönig (Elf king, written in ).
  5. The distance between any two pitches in a melody is called a(n) chord. This is the simultaneous sounding of three or more pitches. cadence. The end of a musical phrase is articulated by a. In medieval secular music, secular texts would be written in the everyday language of the country of origin, also known as_____.
  6. Eighteenth-Century Fiction publishes articles in both English and French on all aspects of imaginative prose in the period –, but will also examine papers on late 17th-century or early 19th-century fiction, particularly when the works are discussed in connection with the eighteenth century.
  7. Answer to Which composer never wrote a classical opera? A. Ludwig Van Beethoven B. Antonio Vivaldi C. Franz Joseph Haydn D. Wolfga.
  8. Schumann's op. 6 (), a set of 18 character pieces for piano. The low opus number is misleading: the work was written after Carnaval, Op. 9, and the Symphonic Studies, Op. The work is widely regarded as one of Schumann's greatest achievements and as one of .

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