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A Study of the Intermezzo for the Pianoforte by Johannes Brahms
This paper looks at the piano intermezzi of Johannes Brahms. The intermezzo is treated historically from earliest appearance until Brahams. Each intermezzo by Johannes Brahms is then analyzed in terms of melody, harmony, ...
Music With Social Studies for Fourth Grade
This paper was prepared to help fourth grade teachers, either the classroom teacher or special music teacher, to relate their music and social studies. Using the MacMillen Social Studies Books and the music series that ...
Criteria for Choosing Computer Software for Use in a Piano-Teaching Studio
The purpose of this paper is to establish criteria for the purchase of computer software for use in a piano-teaching studio. The number of software packages available to the independent teac ...
Facts and Fantasy Surrounding the "Ondine" Ballade
This work studies the connection between Fredrick Chopin's Third Ballad in A-flat, op. 47 and the "Ondine" poem of Adam Mickiewicz.
The German Orchestra System: An Account of the German Orchestra in its Culture, with Comparisons to the American Symphony Orchestra
This paper attempts to give a firm understanding of the German orchestra system, including what kind of orchestras exist in Germany; what kind of music they play; how they are organized; where money to support them comes ...
The Choral Music of Jean Berger
This study was made in an attempt to obtain choral music by Jean Berger, ascertain his style characteristics, and to catalog his music. Only sixty-three percent of his known one-hundred and sixty-three choral compositions, ...
This work covers both the historical development of the three main piano pedals as well as the rationale behind their use. The paper distinguishes the pedal as the main factor in the acceptance of the instrument and outlines ...
The Development of Musical Literature for the Violin in the Baroque Period
The purpose of this paper is to provide a sampling of the most significant developments in the literature for violin in the Baroque Era with attention being drawn to technical and stylistic evolution. Within the limits of ...
Quantification of risk factors for occupational Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is a common type of neuropathy in which the median nerve is compressed within the carpal tunnel at the wrist. The incidence of carpal tunnel syndrome in the work place is called occupational ...
The Suzuki Method in Perspective
Talent Education is the name given to the new method of violin teaching introduced by Mr. Shin'ichi Suzuki. Shortly after World War II, Mr. Suzuki was concerned with the plight of Japanese children. Having studied in ...
The Development of the Piano Sonata
During its earliest history, the term sonata could mean merely an instrumental "sound-piece" (or a piece to be sounded by instruments as contrasted to a cantata, or a piece to be sung), for it was only the embryo of ...
A Pedagogical Approach to the Suite in G Major for Violoncello Solo by J. S. Bach
The six suites for violoncello solo by J. S. Bach stand not only among the greatest literature for the cello but also can be used very effectively in studio teaching. There has been very little written on how these ...
A Comparative Analysis of Two Musical Forms of Renaissance Entertainment
The madrigal comedy is a sixteenth-century form of musical entertainment. In stark contrast to the serious or dramatic madrigal developing in Italy, the madrigal comedy combines a loosely fitted outline of a plot with ...
A General Overview of Supervision
The purpose of this paper is to define supervision in schools, its functions, and its role in the organizational structure.
Selected Problems of Ornamentation for Harpsichord
In this paper, selected harpsichord compositions by J. S. Bach were studied in reference to the types of ornamentation often neglected in performances of earlier works. Possible solutions will be suggested but these are ...
George Frideric Handel
This paper discusses the life and vocal technique of George Frideric Handel. Also included is a bibliography of the vocal works of this composer.
Growth and development with special reference to domestic animals. XXXIII, Efficiency of work horses of different ages and body weights
(University of Missouri, College of Agriculture, Agricultural Experiment Station, 1934)
Environmental physiology with special reference to domestic animals. IX, Milk production and feed and water consumption responses of Brahman, Jersey, and Holstein cows to changes in temperature, 50 degrees to 105 degrees F. and 50 degrees to 8 degrees F.
(University of Missouri, College of Agriculture, Agricultural Experiment Station, 1950)
(University of Missouri International Library Center, 1998)
A REformed edition of Colonel G. A. Jacob's Laukikanyāyāñjali. The Laukikanyāyāñjali, a compilation by Colonel G. A. Jacob, is a collective contribution of many scholars with whom the Colonel had been in touch personally ...
Bilhaṇa's Vikramāṅkadevacarita and its neo-expounders (1999)
(University of Missouri International Library Center, 1999)
The Vikramāṅkadevacarita mahākāvya of the great Kashmirian poet Bilhaṇa is one of the best (if not the best) historical poem in Sanskrit literature. It follows a new path in poetic composition and blazes a new trail ...