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Classics for Kids

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"tim linter" Discussed on Classics for Kids

"Welcome to classics for kids. I'm Naomi Lewin. An Eagles Stravinsky once said my music is best understood by children and animals in Ebor Stravinsky who wrote some of the Most Revolutionary Music of the twentieth century was born thirty five years before the Russian Revolution Stravinsky's parents lived in Saint Petersburg which was the capital of Russia back then but in June of eighteen eighty two they were on vacation nation in Iranian bom now known as Lomonosov and that's where eager was born. Stravinsky's father was a singer at the country's most important Opera House the Maryanne Ski Theater Stravinsky loved to hang out at the theater meeting composers one time he even caught sight of Tchaykovsky and when he was young Stravinsky took piano lessons when he got older he studied law one of his fellow law students was the son of famous composer Nikolai rimsky-korsakov who who agreed to give Stravinsky lessons when rimsky-korsakov's daughter got married Stravinsky composed a piece for her that caught the ear of surge geog love he he ran a ballet company called the Ballet Russe French for Russian ballet deangelis wanted a ballet based on the firebird a Russian fairy tale another another composer took too long to finish the job so diaghilev gave it to Stravinsky the firebird had its first performance in Paris and was a huge hit Stravinsky became famous Amos overnight and went on to write more ballets for Diaghilev next up was the story of a puppet named Patricia Stravinsky composed Patricia while he was supposed to be working on yet another ballet one that changed classical Michael Music forever the rite of Spring. That's our it not not R. I G H T is about a pagan ritual or right in Asia Russia. If you've seen the movie fantasia you might recognize this music as the accompaniment accompaniment for dying dinosaurs opening night of the ballet once again in Paris. The audience was so shocked that there was actually a riot in the theater. The music is unusual but the audience was probably more shocked by the choreography the dance steps as you can imagine this this is not a ballet for dancers in Fluffy Tutu skirts most of Stravinsky's ballets were. Dr galebs idea like pull annella which is based based on music by eighteenth century Italian composers but another of their air ballets was Stravinsky's idea lane US French for the wedding uses an interesting group of musical forces singers four pianos news and percussion moved a lot much more than most composers. Even before the Russian revolution he had lived all over France and Switzerland and during World War. Two he came to the United States Stravinsky's music nick moved around to he never settled on one single style. Sometimes music sounds very Russian. There are Stravinsky pieces that sound very modern for their time mm-hmm and others that look back to music from previous centuries. Stravinsky also wrote operas that look backwards and forwards and he wrote religious music including a symphony with psalms in it in the piece that made eager Stravinsky famous was his ballet the firebird next week the story of the firebird. I'm Naomi Lewin. I write classics for kids and produce it with Tim Linter at WG UC the Cincinnati. Please join me again for more classics for kids.

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"tim linter" Discussed on Classics for Kids

Classics for Kids

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"tim linter" Discussed on Classics for Kids

"Welcome to classics for kids. I may owe me Lewin. That's the trick Trach Polka by Johann Strauss junior trick trach is Austrian slang it means gossip and is usually early translated into English as Chitchat. You can hear how Strauss use the music to Portray Gossiping. People in this case women a lot of composers. I used to imitate conversation talking laughing shouting you name it. There's another group of musical gossipers the ladies at the marketplace in Limos Mode France who turn up in Modesto -sorts these pictures at an exhibition pictures at an exhibition also has a conversation sation between just two people a pair of Polish Jews one rich and one poor There are all kinds of musical conversations when German composer Richard Strauss no relation to Austrian Johann on Strauss turned the novel Don Quixote into a tone poem. He used a cello to represent Don Quixote. They don't keep hotel has a discussion with his squire. Sancho Panza who's played by the Yola Strauss also wrote a tone poem based on German legends about till oil and Spiegel till love up to play tricks on people and then leave town in this part of the music he gets a whole group of university professors arguing than sticks his tongue out at them and and runs away at the end of Strauss's tone poem of very angry judge sentences till lunch Beagle to be hanged but you you can hear in the music just how much he'll cares. Imerese Reveals Ballet Mother Goose Ooh. There's a conversation between beauty and the beast. Here's a fun one Hungary and composer Zoltan Code is Opera Haryana is about a man who never told the truth when ally would do an old Hungarian superstition says that if you sneeze while you're telling a story it must be true so Kodi opened his opera with the musical sneeze English composer Eric Coates made a musical version of goldilocks and the three bears over and over again in the orchestra. You can hear the bears. Ask who's been sitting in my chair. Eric coates lived in London where peddlers developed very distinct ways of shouting known as street cries to get people interested in buying in what they were selling one of the London street cries Cherry ripe turned into a folk song which coats put into his London sweet getting back to Johann on Strauss junior. His upper deflator mouse has an area. That's known as Adele's laughing Song Adele. A made seems that something is so funny. It makes her laugh. She does it I hope you had fun laughing along with all this conversation in music. I may only Lewin I write classics for kids and produce it at. WG Oh you G you see Cincinnati with Tim Linter and Bruce Ellis. Please join me again for more classics for kids.

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"tim linter" Discussed on Classics for Kids

Classics for Kids

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"tim linter" Discussed on Classics for Kids

"Hello I'm Naomi. Lewin welcomed at classics for Kids Kids. Both Johann Strauss junior and his father were known as the Waltz King today a bit about the waltz German dances like that one by Mozart were ancestors of the waltz which Chesa dancing three four time you can count one two three one two three with an accent on the one as you listen to it around the middle of the eighteenth century people in Germany and Austria used the verb Vodson which means to turn to describe how couples swirled around as they held each other and danced eventually the verb turned into a noun and the waltz was born it grew up in nineteenth century Vienna. That's the city where the first two great eight watts composers lived Johann Strauss senior and his brand Yosef on her lonner and Strauss both had dance orchestras that they conducted and wrote music for both of them worked on refining the waltz form which started out a seven separate dances strung together lonner and Strauss trimmed up to five dances plus a slow introduction and Coda CODA is Latin for tale. It's a bit of music tacked onto the end of a piece the way a tale is tacked onto the end of a dog. After Johann Strauss senior took his dance orchestra on tour people all over Europe went crazy for the Waltz Johann Strauss junior and his brothers carried on what their father had started according to some sources even though he wrote the Best Waltz Music Johann Strauss junior couldn't dance the waltz himself and here's another interesting waltz fact in some places. The waltz was outlawed. That's because it was the first dance in which the man and a woman stood on the dance floor with their bodies touching to onlookers. It seemed like they were hugging. Which people in some cities part was indecent but not in Vienna where they built huge halls one of which held six thousand people just to go waltzing pretty soon mortars. Were not just for dancing they moved on to the concert stage the ballet laced stage and the opera stage. That's by recharge Strauss. No relation to the Waltz King Strauss's his opera rosenkavalier used the waltz to look back at a bygone era rosenkavalier came out just before World War One which brought an end to the carefree waltzing Viennese lifestyle right after World War. One Maurice rebel composed his tribute to the Bygone Waltz Era lavas French for the wolves American composers wrote waltzes to instead of an overture Richard Rodgers opened his musical carousel carousel with a huge walls and in Stephen Sondheim's musical a little night music. Every every single melody is some kind of wolves Zong. The King of Waltz Composers was definitely Johann Strauss junior but he was also famous for other dance music That's Johann Strauss juniors trick trach polka. I'm Naomi Lewin. I write classics for Kids and produce it at. WG Oh you G you see Cincinnati with Tim Linter and Bruce Ellis. Please join me again for more classics for kids.

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Classics for Kids

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"tim linter" Discussed on Classics for Kids

"Hello, welcome to classics for kids. I'm Naomi Lewin. When someone says opera, what do you think? If your answer is a large woman with long blond braids wearing a metal bra and a helmet with horns you've been watching too many cartoons. An opera is like a play. It's a theater piece performed onstage with sets and costumes. Most plays have some music in them between the scenes or in an overture to get things started. But in an opera the music never quits. Around sixteen hundred a group of talian came up with the idea of theater with music all the way through it. Instead of speaking characters in an opera sing their lines. The really amazing thing about opera singers is that they make a huge sound with their voices big enough to fill a whole hitter without using a microphone it takes years of studying practice to be able to do that. That's channel poverty, a very famous. Tenor tenor is what you call the highest male voice in opera, or maybe I should say the highest natural male voice men who have developed the very high part of their voice known as the full Seto are called counter tenors. The baritone sings lower than a tenor. And the lowest voice of all is the base. The highest woman's voice is a soprano. Women who are called contralto or mezzo sopranos. Mezzo is talion for half. Since opera started in Italy. A lot of the terms are in talian a solo in an opera is called an aria. That's another Italian word when two people have a singing conversation. It's duet. If there are three singers. It's a tree. You can go on and on any soloists opera. Also has musical numbers for chorus a large of singers with no solos. Once upon a time. I learned some other words to that chorus from Faust that have nothing to do with the opera my goal roasted a kangaroo gay me the recently end to choose while. I was that very nice thing to do to give me the grisly end of a kangaroo who to there are other. Alternate words in German that have to do with passing the potato salad. Speaking of words, by now, you've probably noticed something else that operas a lot of them are in foreign languages opera. Singers, learn to perform in other languages, but you can enjoy opera without knowing those languages because most opera companies in America project English translations of the words above the stage. So that you know, exactly what's going on. Of course, there are presenting Lewis. This. That's from an opera by my father, Frank Lewin. He based his opera burning bright on a play by the famous American writer, John Steinbeck next week a bit about one of the most famous of all opera, composers Duceppe Verity. I'm Naomi Lewin. I write classics for kids and produce it with Tim Linter at WG UC Cincinnati, please join me again for more classics for kids.

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Classics for Kids

06:00 min | 2 years ago

"tim linter" Discussed on Classics for Kids

"Hello, welcome to classics for kids. I'm Naomi Lewin when ragtime music, I became popular in the early nineteen hundreds people called it, vulgar, filthy, and all kinds of horrible names that have since been pinned on other popular music. Ragtime was originally played in bars, saloons and other places people looked down on. So they associated the music with the surroundings, but Pano rags are pretty innocent. They follow almost the same form as marches usually there's a little introduction. Then comes the first tune or theme. That theme repeats. And then comes the second theme, which also repeats. If you call the first tune a and the second tune be so far we have a BB to themes both repeated, but if you're expecting CC to follow you're going to have to wait. Recognize that it's the eight theme back again. But this time, it doesn't repeat. So after a BB a we finally get to see. Then the c team repeats making a BB a CC. What do you think is going to happen next? That's the fourth end final team it repeats to which makes the form of a rag a B A C C DD ragtime music is syncopated. That means the accents in the melody are shifted away from the strong beats in the baseline underneath making a ragged sound. It may originally have been called ragged time. The word rag also means t's and ragtime music loves to tease you with unexpected rhythms and notes ragtime combined African rhythms brought to the United States by slaves with musical forms. Brought here from Europe. So it's truly African American. Tom Turpin was known as the father of Saint Louis ragtime. His Harlem rag was the first ragtime composition published in the United States by a black composer, a ragtime composer who actually performed in Harlem in New York City was James Reese, Europe, James Europe. Also, brought ragtime to the continent of Europe as a Lieutenant in World War One he directed a band for the first African American troops said to France. Another famous ragtime composer grew up in Baltimore UB. Blake was the son of former slaves. His first rag was originally called sounds of Africa. Then he changed the title to Charleston rag. Tom Turpin may have been the father of Saint Louis rag. But there were three composers known as the ponders of ragtime music, period. Number two was a student of Scott Joplin's called James, Scott. Who wrote the great Scott rag? He's opposing the peace after himself or after his teacher. By the time, the third father, brag time came along rags were not just being composed by African Americans. Joseph lamb was white. He taught himself to play by watching his sister's practice the piano. Of course, the most famous of all rags by the first father of ragtime, Scott Joplin his maple leaf rag. I may OMI Lewin. I right. Plus, it's for kids and produce it with Tim Linter at W G UC Cincinnati, please join me next time for classical music made famous by the movies on classics for kids.

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"tim linter" Discussed on Classics for Kids

Classics for Kids

06:00 min | 2 years ago

"tim linter" Discussed on Classics for Kids

"Welcome to classics for kids. I'm Naomi Lewin since we're spending this month listening to music by Tchaikovsky, a master at writing ballet music. I thought you might like to know something about ballet. Ballet is a theatrical performance, usually with music, costumes and sets that tells us story or expresses something through dance, ballet dancers, wear tights, and leotards and lots of times the ballerinas women dancers where two two's very short skirts that sticks straight out to the sides sticky. Outy skirts, let you see the dancer's legs says, Victoria, Morgan whose artistic director of the Cincinnati ballet, the reason that they're wearing something like that is so that you can see the move and Victoria, Morgan also says that the women often wear a kind of shoes that make their legs look really long toe or point shoes. They're made out of hard cardboard in it allows them to stand right up on their toes that sounds painful, and it is being a ballet dancer is hard work, Victoria, Morgan says ballet started in the sixteenth century when Catherine Domenici a very rich and important to. Talion woman, married. The king of France when she moved to France, she took all the things she considered important with her. She took her dance master. She took her composers she took her singers. And she took a whole sort of cultural group uprooted from Italy implanted it in France. Even the word ballet is transplanted. It's a French version of electile Italian for little dance, the French came up with names for how to hold your arms and legs. And all the different moves used in ballet, those French names are still used today. No matter what country you're in in nineteenth century Russia. They were nuts everything French, including ballet, the Russians developed the ballet, even further and Russian composer kilter. Iliad Tchaikovsky wrote some of the best ballet music ever. But Victoria, Morgan says that wasn't obvious when his first ballet SWAN LAKE premiered believe it or not the first time. It was done. It was a disaster a fee Esco. Nobody liked it. Everyone agreed that the original choreography the dance steps for SWAN LAKE left. Something to be desired then a couple of famous choreographers Korogocho for is what you call a person who creates the steps for dances. Got a hold of the ballet after mar us Pippa, the ballet master of the Russian imperial ballet and his assistant record graph SWAN LAKE. It was a big success. Tchaikovsky's second ballet was sleeping beauty, Victoria. Morgan says this time around choreographer mar use Pepe wasn't taking any chances. He told tchaykovsky exactly what he wanted practically note for note. I need about eight bars of this flavorful thing. And then after that there's going to be this ferry come in. So I want another twenty four bars of whilst kinda music. Victoria, Morgan says tchaykovsky had a real knack for composing dance music, the ballets. He wrote are still popular they are the major ballets that attract big audiences. Even now, I mean Sloan lake I beckon eighteen seventy seven and the audiences still swarm in to see on lake enslaving beauty. And I think that Tchaikovsky had a flair for being able to create music that inspired movement. As good as he was at composing ballets Tchaikovsky only wrote three of them his last one was the nutcracker. Music from Tchaikovsky's ballet, the nutcracker next week. The story of that ballet, I'm Naomi Lewin. I write classics for kids and produce it with Tim Linter at W G UC Cincinnati, please join me next time to hear more about the nutcracker on classics for kids.

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Classics for Kids

05:59 min | 2 years ago

"tim linter" Discussed on Classics for Kids

"Welcome to classics for kids. I may OMI Lewin. Can you imagine what a musical sneeze would sound like? Soltan Kodi started off his opera. Hurry Yaish with a musical sneeze. That's because there's a Hungarian superstition that if you sneeze while you're telling a story. It must be true Haryana was a real person. But he told real walkers big fat lies since last names. Come first in Hungarian. We would call him Yaish, Harry Yano, she's Hungarian for John. Back win, Hungary was a part of Austria Haryana's fought in the Austrian army against Napoleon Hari was a private the lowest rank there is. But once he got out of the army, he became a legend in his own mind. First Hari claimed that he had rescued the Austrian emperors daughter and to thank him. She whisked him off to Vienna. Where she lived in a castle with a wonderful musical clock. Backing his village. Hurry had been engaged to a very nice, Hungary and girl who followed him to be Enna. The two of them wonder how they're ever going to get home again, and for that part of the opera Zoltan code. I used real Hungarian folk music and folk instruments. That twangy instrument you here is a symbol spelled C. I M B A L O M. The symbol is a very close. Relative of the hammered dulcimer, which turns up in a lot of American folk music. Meanwhile, back at the Viennese ranch or castle Napoleon's army arise. I'm pretty sure the guys who wrote the music for the wizard of Oz movie had heard her Yano sh when Napoleon himself shows up. You can tell by the tiny echo of the French national anthem in the music. According to her Janas, he singlehandedly defeated Napoleon and sent him. Crawling back to France. After that. There was great rejoicing with affair, boom. Coche an old Hungarian dance meant to get young men interested in joining the army. Since that dance is based on Hungarian folk music. You can hear the symbol in there. Again, twang away finally the Austrian emperor and members of his court appear. At that point, Harry could have married the empress or so he said, but instead he decided to go back to his girlfriend and his village where he spent the rest of his life as a Potter which would make him Harry Potter. Next week on classics for kids. Other classical composers who used folk music. I'm Naomi Lewin. I write classics for kids and produce it with Tim Linter at W G UC Cincinnati, please. Join me next time for borrowed folk music on classics for kids.

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"tim linter" Discussed on Classics for Kids

Classics for Kids

06:00 min | 2 years ago

"tim linter" Discussed on Classics for Kids

"Hello, welcome to classics for kids. I'm Naomi Lewin. Have you ever taught yourself to do something by reading a book, maybe a magic trick or a card game or playing cello? Sultan code is. Parents played violin and piano. They taught him those instruments, but he really wanted to play the cello. So he sent away for a book and taught himself. I was born in Hungary in eighteen eighty two in the town of catch commit in Hungarian like Chinese you say your last name, first code is Olten. Kodi was also very good at languages. So when he went off to college he studied three different things at once at the university in Budapest the capital of Hungary. He majored in Hungarian and German at the same time Kodi enrolled at the academy of music. That's where he met fellow Hungarian. Composer Bela Bartok it turned out that they had a common passion, Hungary in folk music. When code. I was a kid his father worked as a station master for the railroad. So he got transferred a lot every time the family moved to a new town in Hungary, Hodi, her different folk music and fascinated him in college code and Bartok's started traveling all over the country collecting folksongs and writing them down. In addition to studying, his native, folk music code. I wanted to learn about classical music and other countries. So after he graduated from music school, he visited Berlin and Paris, thanks to money from a prize winning composition. He wrote. Kodi came home with French music in his suitcase, but Hungary and music on his mind in the early twentieth. Century, Hungary, was still under Austrian control. So Hungarian classical music sounded a lot like Austrian music serious Hungarian musicians thought it was ridiculous. When Kodi said, they're folk music was important, but he insisted that Hungarian classical music should have Hungary in roots. Kodi continued to hunt down music in far flung corners of his country. Not only did he publish thousands of Hungrian Soames the used folk melodies and rhythms in his composition. After a while Kodi realized that the way to get hung areas to take pride in their music was to make them understand it by learning to read and write music the way, they learn to read and write words since code. I thought singing was the most direct form of music. He based his system of teaching the Kodi method on vocal music. In addition to Hungarian music, Zoltan Kodi, loved Hungarian legends. He wrote a whole opera about the toll tales told by a man named purry Yanna. Next week here. The entire story of how Yano sh I'm Naomi Lewin. I write classics for kids and produce it with Tim Linter at W G UC Cincinnati, please join me next time from war classics for kids.

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Classics for Kids

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"tim linter" Discussed on Classics for Kids

"Welcome to classics for kids. I'm Naomi Lewin Leonard Bernstein's. Candied was first performed on Broadway, but today it's usually done in opera houses. That's because candied is more of an operetta than a musical as you can guess from the name operetta is related to opera, which is a stage work. That includes music as part of the drama in opera the characters, sing everything, but an operetta has spoken lines between the singing operatic started in France where one of the most famous composers was shock Offenbach. When often box work was translated and produced in London. It was a big influence on the man who became the most famous composer of operators in English. The pirates of Penzance was just one of the operettas for which, Sir Arthur Sullivan wrote the music, but you never referred to Sullivan's most famous operettas by his name alone. That's because Sullivan did his best work. When William s Gilbert wrote the words. Tiger tiger on the Congo guy actually. Gilbert and Sullivan had a great time poking fun at nineteenth century British society. I've been in love with Gilbert and Sullivan operettas since I was a kid when I learned a lot of the songs by heart, especially the ones with very fast words known as Patterson's. Calculus. I know the scientific names of being any Belkin children will lend him. In the middle of a modern beta channel. Another composer from the British Isles. Victor Herbert started out as a cellist, but when he moved from Ireland to the United States, he wound up composing over thirty operettas including babes in Toyland. There were also composers from non-english-speaking countries who brought operetta traditions with them when they came to America. Sigmund Romberg was from Hungary's growing up in a country with a Royal family, gave him the idea for a story of that, a prince who masquerades as a college student, the student prince. Right. Hall is Sean. When check composer, Rudolf Fremaux moved to North America. He wrote an apparatus that in the Canadian Rockies complete with Canadian Mounted Police and Indian love call. I'm calling. Of course, there were also American born composers who wrote operas once upon a time. It was hard to go to a wedding without hearing this song from the operetta Robin Hood by Reginald the covenant. <music>, John Phillips Sousa the March king also loved to write operettas. His most famous one is l. copy tongue. But this Gallup is from the Sousa operatic call the Irish dragoons. Google. After a while in both England and America, the began to develop into musical theatre Leonard Bernstein's. Candied is kind of a combination of the two. Music from the operetta candied by Leonard Bernstein. Leonard Bernstein grew up around Boston next week on classics for kids music by other composers with a Boston connection. I'm Naomi Lewin. I write classics for kids and produce it with Tim Linter at WG, UC Cincinnati. Please join me again for more classics for kids.

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Classics for Kids

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"tim linter" Discussed on Classics for Kids

"Film was born in Cincinnati. He left to play trombone in a circus band, and then came back to Cincinnati to start his own band. By that time, radio had been invented and was bringing music into people's homes. Fill Moore's band was one of the first to do regular broadcasts on the radio. Another twentieth century invention, the phonograph turned out to be the death of the touring bands and John Philip Sousa's side coming. He's the one who coined the term canned music implying that recorded music, like canned vegetables was not as good as the real thing Sousa realized that once people could buy music to listen to in their own homes, they wouldn't go out to hear band concerts and he was right, your attention attention. Friends with a wave of my hand. This very, please observe me if you will. I'm professor Harold hill and I'm here to organize river city boys, ma'am. There's a Broadway show that has a direct link to the golden age of American bands. Meredith Wilson played flute and Piccolo in John. Philip Sousa's band Wilson paid tribute to his famous bandleader and others in the musical comedy, he wrote simusip man. Seventy six. Coming with one hundred and ten Hornets close at hand. They were followed by rows and rows of the finest to SOS degree. Famous ban. I'm Naomi Lewin. I write classics for kids and produce it with Tim Linter. And Bruce Ellison w. g. UC Cincinnati. Please join me again for more classics for kids.

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Classics for Kids

06:01 min | 2 years ago

"tim linter" Discussed on Classics for Kids

"Only one piece of music has been declared. The official March of the United States honoured on a postage stamp and engraved on John Philip Sousa's tombstone. Sousa wrote the stars and stripes forever down on paper on Christmas day, eighteen ninety six, but he actually composed the March all of it in his head. I while Sousa was on vacation in Europe. He heard that back in the states, his business manager, the man who organized all his band tours had died. So Sousa caught the next ship home to America. The moment he got on board Souza's started hearing a band in his head playing a March. As soon as the ship docked sues went to his hotel and wrote down that March. He named it the stars and stripes forever after the American flag. He was so glad to see when he got home.

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Classics for Kids

06:01 min | 2 years ago

"tim linter" Discussed on Classics for Kids

"Hello, welcome to classics for kids. I'm Naomi Lewin only one piece of music has been declared. The official March of the United States honoured on a postage stamp and engraved on John Philip Sousa's tombstone. Sousa wrote the stars and stripes forever down on paper on Christmas day, eighteen ninety six, but he actually composed the March all of it in his head. I while Sousa was on vacation in Europe. He heard that back in the states, his business manager, the man who organized all his band tours had died. So Sousa caught the next ship home to America. The moment he got on board Souza's started hearing a band in his head playing a March. As soon as the ship docked sues went to his hotel and wrote down that March. He named it the stars and stripes forever after the American flag. He was so glad to see when he got home. There's a very particular form that most marches follow. They start with an introduction to set the tempo, let you know how fast the pieces going. Then comes the first strain strain is the March word for a theme or melody. The first strain is usually full of energy, and it usually gets repeated for the second strain of a March. The mood changes, the tempo or speed stays the same because you're not going to change the speed at which your marching. But the melody is different. It would be logical. Think that after the second strain comes third strain. But the next section of marches called the trio with the trio, the mood changes again in the stars and stripes forever. The trio is the big hit tune of the peace. In most marches, the fourth strain comes right after the trio around things out, but John Phillips Sousa through in some wonderful extras before the end of the stars and stripes forever. Starting with this great battle between the trombones and the trumpets. Then there's a repeat of the trio the hit tune, but with the difference this time, the Piccolo have joined in here them way up high. Sousa even made up a whole story to go with the different melodies in this March. He said that the hid Kyun in the trio's stood for the northern part of the United States, the Piccolo where the south and the rowdy trombones, where the wild west Sousa made all the tunes fit together beautifully at the end. As a conductor, John Phillips Sousa, and you had a put on a good show. So he also wrote a whole set of instructions for how bands should perform the stars and stripes forever. By the end of the peace, Piccolo trumpets and trombones have all gotten up from their seats and March to the front of the stage playing straight to the audience also wrote words to the whole March. You can find them on the classics for kids web page, but you may already know some words for this March that Sousa didn't write be kind to your web footed friends. Allred duck may be some buddies. Mom be kind to your friends in the swamp where the weather is very, very, Dan. Now you may think that this is the end? Well, it is. Circuses don't go for the Duckie words, but they do have an interesting use for the stars and stripes forever. It's their disaster signal when something goes terribly wrong during a circus performance. The band starts playing the stars and stripes forever that let's all the circus people know that they need to get themselves and the audience out of the tent as fast as possible. The stars and stripes forever wasn't John Philip Sousa's personal favorite, but it is most people's favourite Sousa March next week on classics for kids. United States, military bands. I may OMI Lewin. I write classics for kids and produce it with Tim Linter at WG, UC Cincinnati. Please join me for American military bands next time on classics for kids.

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The Official March of the United States

Classics for Kids

06:01 min | 2 years ago

The Official March of the United States

"Only one piece of music has been declared. The official March of the United States honoured on a postage stamp and engraved on John Philip Sousa's tombstone. Sousa wrote the stars and stripes forever down on paper on Christmas day, eighteen ninety six, but he actually composed the March all of it in his head. I while Sousa was on vacation in Europe. He heard that back in the states, his business manager, the man who organized all his band tours had died. So Sousa caught the next ship home to America. The moment he got on board Souza's started hearing a band in his head playing a March. As soon as the ship docked sues went to his hotel and wrote down that March. He named it the stars and stripes forever after the American flag. He was so glad to see when he got home.

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"tim linter" Discussed on Classics for Kids

Classics for Kids

05:41 min | 2 years ago

"tim linter" Discussed on Classics for Kids

"Hello, welcome to classics for kids. I'm Naomi Lewin. In may. Thousand. When Jonathan Larson wrote the musical rent, he used the same plot as Giacomo Gucci knees opera LA Boheme hits the exact same story about a group of artists struggling to make it in a big city. But instead of nineteenth century Paris, Jonathan, Larson put his artists in twentieth century, New York. The names of the characters in rent are all related to the names of characters in LA Boheme, and there's even a direct musical quote, attempt to write a suite of Buckingham song. Doesn't remind us that as waltz aria or so low that the character Muzasa sings in LA Boheme has come to be known as music as waltz. Of course, the waltz is a dance and Jonathan Larson made a very funny musical joke by using another dance form for Maureen. The music character in rent. In the nineteenth century, the waltz was considered just as outrageous as the Tango is today. Saying God a fiery rain. Thinking dripping gasoline. Honey. I know this act, it's called the tangle more rent is not the only usable where a bit of Puccini pops up. Just listen to this piece of aria from Puccini's opera the girl of the golden west. Does that sound familiar. Your talk. No one can say for sure if Andrew Lloyd Webber consciously borrowed from Puccini for his music of the night, but some musical theater was definitely borrowed. All the music in the Broadway show. Kismet is adapted from compositions by Russian composer Alexander dean. For example, the pull up and dances from Borodino opera prince, eager. Became the song stranger impera dice. Strange are in power. And the nocturnal from Barra dean string quartet number two. Turned into the song, and this is my beloved. A musical called song of Norway uses compositions by Edvard Grieg to tell the story of Grieg's life. Music for that song. Legend from song of Norway comes from the first movement of Greeks, piano concerto. When Broadway lyricist Oscar Hammerstein translated George as opera Carmen into English. He moved it from Spain to New York City's Spanish Harlem and called it Carmen Jones. Grows up and he don't do what you want him to. And he won't pay any in mind. Naomi Lewin. I write classics for kids and produce it at WG UC Cincinnati with Tim Linter and Bruce Ellis. Please join me again for more classics for kids.

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"tim linter" Discussed on Classics for Kids

Classics for Kids

05:43 min | 2 years ago

"tim linter" Discussed on Classics for Kids

"I may OMI Lewin welcome to classics for kids. Giacomo Puccini's opera Laba. Whim is about struggling artists in Paris, France. Laba win means the bohemian lifestyle. But Bohai Mia isn't in France. It's in eastern Europe. In the Czech Republic unto Nin version was born in Bohemia and wrote music about the legends connected with bohemian forests. Edrich smitten was also from Bohemia and he included a piece about bohemian forests and meadows in the set of tone poems. He called mave last my fatherland. Smetana's first opera the Brandenburgers in Bohemia also celebrated his native region. People from other countries wrote bohemian music to one of the regional dances that Russian composer Nikolai rimsky-korsakov put into his opera ballet. Lada was bohemians. And when Frenchman Judah Messana wrote an orchestral suite called picturesque scenes. He included a bohemian festival. In French. The word bohemian is also used to refer to the gypsy or Roma people. That's because when the Roma gypsies migrated to France, it was from the general direction of Bohemia. So the French started calling them Boheme bohemians the Roma gypsies are famous all over Europe and beyond for their music, Spanish, composer public at Asante, borrowed some of their melodies. Early. And so did Hungarian composer FRANZ Liszt. And German composer Yohannes Brahms. Put a gypsy style finale onto the end of his first piano quartet. Of course, the most famous gypsy bohemian in music is the title character of George visas opera Carmen. Since room gypsy unions were often poor, highly independent unusual lives. French playwrights, and authors started using the word bohemian to describe poor artists who also led highly independent unusual lives Puccini based his opera level him on a French play called Cendana, beatable, whim, or scenes bohemian life by v meal. She the main characters in level Wim live hand-to-mouth. They never know where their next meal is coming from, but they don't worry too much about it. Cheaney's opera about happy, but poor artists seems familiar to you from the musical rent. It's no coincidence that's because the plot of rent was lifted from LA Boheme next week on classics for kids musical theater that's taken directly from classical music. I'm Naomi Lewin. I write classics for kids and produce it with Tim Linter at WG UC Cincinnati. Please join me next time for more classics for kids.

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"tim linter" Discussed on Classics for Kids

Classics for Kids

05:43 min | 2 years ago

"tim linter" Discussed on Classics for Kids

"In French. The word bohemian is also used to refer to the gypsy or Roma people. That's because when the Roma gypsies migrated to France, it was from the general direction of Bohemia. So the French started calling them Boheme bohemians the Roma gypsies are famous all over Europe and beyond for their music, Spanish, composer public at Asante, borrowed some of their melodies. Early. And so did Hungarian composer FRANZ Liszt.

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"tim linter" Discussed on Classics for Kids

Classics for Kids

05:43 min | 2 years ago

"tim linter" Discussed on Classics for Kids

"I may OMI Lewin welcome to classics for kids. Giacomo Puccini's opera Laba. Whim is about struggling artists in Paris, France. Laba win means the bohemian lifestyle. But Bohai Mia isn't in France. It's in eastern Europe. In the Czech Republic unto Nin version was born in Bohemia and wrote music about the legends connected with bohemian forests. Edrich smitten was also from Bohemia and he included a piece about bohemian forests and meadows in the set of tone poems. He called mave last my fatherland. Smetana's first opera the Brandenburgers in Bohemia also celebrated his native region. People from other countries wrote bohemian music to one of the regional dances that Russian composer Nikolai rimsky-korsakov put into his opera ballet. Lada was bohemians. And when Frenchman Judah Messana wrote an orchestral suite called picturesque scenes. He included a bohemian festival. In French. The word bohemian is also used to refer to the gypsy or Roma people. That's because when the Roma gypsies migrated to France, it was from the general direction of Bohemia. So the French started calling them Boheme bohemians the Roma gypsies are famous all over Europe and beyond for their music, Spanish, composer public at Asante, borrowed some of their melodies. Early. And so did Hungarian composer FRANZ Liszt. And German composer Yohannes Brahms. Put a gypsy style finale onto the end of his first piano quartet. Of course, the most famous gypsy bohemian in music is the title character of George visas opera Carmen. Since room gypsy unions were often poor, highly independent unusual lives. French playwrights, and authors started using the word bohemian to describe poor artists who also led highly independent unusual lives Puccini based his opera level him on a French play called Cendana, beatable, whim, or scenes bohemian life by v meal. She the main characters in level Wim live hand-to-mouth. They never know where their next meal is coming from, but they don't worry too much about it. Cheaney's opera about happy, but poor artists seems familiar to you from the musical rent. It's no coincidence that's because the plot of rent was lifted from LA Boheme next week on classics for kids musical theater that's taken directly from classical music. I'm Naomi Lewin. I write classics for kids and produce it with Tim Linter at WG UC Cincinnati. Please join me next time for more classics for kids.

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Where Does Bohemian Music Come From?

Classics for Kids

05:43 min | 2 years ago

Where Does Bohemian Music Come From?

"In French. The word bohemian is also used to refer to the gypsy or Roma people. That's because when the Roma gypsies migrated to France, it was from the general direction of Bohemia. So the French started calling them Boheme bohemians the Roma gypsies are famous all over Europe and beyond for their music, Spanish, composer public at Asante, borrowed some of their melodies. Early. And so did Hungarian composer FRANZ Liszt.

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Classics for Kids Puccini's La Boheme

Classics for Kids

05:43 min | 2 years ago

Classics for Kids Puccini's La Boheme

"I may OMI Lewin welcome to classics for kids. Giacomo Puccini's opera Laba. Whim is about struggling artists in Paris, France. Laba win means the bohemian lifestyle. But Bohai Mia isn't in France. It's in eastern Europe. In the Czech Republic unto Nin version was born in Bohemia and wrote music about the legends connected with bohemian forests. Edrich smitten was also from Bohemia and he included a piece about bohemian forests and meadows in the set of tone poems. He called mave last my fatherland. Smetana's first opera the Brandenburgers in Bohemia also celebrated his native region. People from other countries wrote bohemian music to one of the regional dances that Russian composer Nikolai rimsky-korsakov put into his opera ballet. Lada was bohemians. And when Frenchman Judah Messana wrote an orchestral suite called picturesque scenes. He included a bohemian festival. In French. The word bohemian is also used to refer to the gypsy or Roma people. That's because when the Roma gypsies migrated to France, it was from the general direction of Bohemia. So the French started calling them Boheme bohemians the Roma gypsies are famous all over Europe and beyond for their music, Spanish, composer public at Asante, borrowed some of their melodies. Early. And so did Hungarian composer FRANZ Liszt. And German composer Yohannes Brahms. Put a gypsy style finale onto the end of his first piano quartet. Of course, the most famous gypsy bohemian in music is the title character of George visas opera Carmen. Since room gypsy unions were often poor, highly independent unusual lives. French playwrights, and authors started using the word bohemian to describe poor artists who also led highly independent unusual lives Puccini based his opera level him on a French play called Cendana, beatable, whim, or scenes bohemian life by v meal. She the main characters in level Wim live hand-to-mouth. They never know where their next meal is coming from, but they don't worry too much about it. Cheaney's opera about happy, but poor artists seems familiar to you from the musical rent. It's no coincidence that's because the plot of rent was lifted from LA Boheme next week on classics for kids musical theater that's taken directly from classical music. I'm Naomi Lewin. I write classics for kids and produce it with Tim Linter at WG UC Cincinnati. Please join me next time for more classics for kids.

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"tim linter" Discussed on Classics for Kids

Classics for Kids

05:57 min | 3 years ago

"tim linter" Discussed on Classics for Kids

"Welcome to classics for kids. I'm Naomi Lewin Yohannes Brahms. Was the composer of Twenty-one, Hungarian dances, or was he. When Browns was a young pianist? He met a Hungarian violinist named Edward Rimini Rimini performed lots of what he called gypsy music from his native country. Remedy suggested to Brahms that they do a concert tour together, Brahms spent a season at the keyboard accompanying Rimini and really fell in love with the music Brahms road, some Hungarian flavor, dances, which he played it parties to entertain his friends. Eventually his friends convinced Brahms to publish those dances. Brahms played his Hungary and dances with two hands, but he published them for Pia, no forehand. Before there were stereos or even wind up Troas, if you wanted to listen to music, you had to make it yourself. So people learn to play instruments, especially the piano music for piano, four hands. That is two pairs of hands at one pm. No keyboard was very popular. The first set of ten Hungarian dances sold so well, that Brahms wrote eleven more. But his great is Brahms was at writing melodies. A lot of the ones in the Hungarian dances aren't really his Brahms thought. The music he played with remedy was poke music, so he borrowed some of it for his dances. But later on when composers Bela Bartok in Soltan Kodi started collecting Hungarian folk music. They realized that many of the melodies Brahms used were really popular music written by real composers. People couldn't get enough of the Hungarian dances. So Brahms began to publish them in different arrangements like the one, his violinist friend, Joseph Yawkey made for violin and piano. Brahms turned some of his dances into orchestra pieces. The rest were orchestrated by other composers. One of the best versions to come a long way after Brahms's time is the song by American comedian Allan Sherman called Hungarian goulash number five. You hung Rian. They have a cool lodge, which is very cool. Or if you wish what Chinese somewhere down in column B there's lobster, Cantonese and Joe. What people eat. Mex- kids scub- Bob skewered in Armenia, you know, then they're beloved birth favorites of cricket. As KOMO sites delays shows dishes. No matter where you go. Chicken Cacciatori is kangaroos play, must be on strategy. My chops are definitely British chicken soup. Doubtedly is you. Ish. Per news goal. Lead the way. On. For. From pennsylvania. Dinners off for your nor germ, highly passed a solid Rodman or voiced is what they're eating in the sole yet. I think we've got some on the stove yet. Mom. Underneath a jungle died. John Lee, mom, mom, eating missionary. French than eat a lot of your base. There. Sauce Hollande's mortgage, Ford and Sweden is the winner in America. It's DVD. So there you one from each one delays as bleak Riley. In one big, Mitch, March ten. What have you got on Gary goulash next week on classics for kids a bit about Hungary and dancing? I'm Naomi Lewin. I write classics for kids produce it with Tim Linter at WG, UC Cincinnati. Please join me next time for Hungary and dancing on classics for kids.

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