|Series||American classic series|
|LC Classifications||M1045 R92 O7|
|The Physical Object|
orchestra, Lou Harrison, Carl Ruggles, William Strickland, Akeo Watanabe, Gerhard Samuel, Polish National Radio Orchestra, Japan Philharmonic - Harrison: Symphony on G / Ruggles: Organum; Men & Mountains - Music4/5(1). Ensemble Organum's approach to Johannes Ockeghem's great Missa pro defunctis is less iconoclastic, yet it still differs from most of the recordings available. The work is performed at a considerably lower pitch than most of current recordings available, I am guess that the work is performed around a fourth or fifth lower than the written pitch /5(10). In Léonin To him is attributed the Magnus liber organi (c. ; “Great Book of Organum”), a collection of two-voiced organum settings, notably of Gradual, Alleluia, and Responsory chants, for the complete liturgical year. (Organum is the elaboration of a plainchant melody by a countermelody sung above it.) In the Magnus liber, . Masterworks of Philosophy (Digests of Plato: Dialogues, Aristotle: Nicomachean Ethics, Francis Bacon: Novum Organum, Rene Descartes: Principles of Philosophy, Masterworks Series Volume 1) by S.E. Frost, Jr. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at
Listopia > Orchestra Book Lists. Classical Music: Nonfiction. books — 73 voters Picture Books About the Art of Music. books — 27 voters Classical Music Memoirs. 84 books — 21 voters Best Music Appreciation Books for Children. 70 books — 18 voters. organ/orchestra collaborations, and an asterisk (*) indicates that the organ is featured in an important solo roll, as in a concerto or ‘organ symphony’. Those items in bold face are orchestral repertoire selections in which the organ part is significant and prominent. 50+ videos Play all Mix - Penguin Café Orchestra - Organum YouTube Penguin Cafe Orchestra - Perpetuum Mobile - Duration: itsfredholmestoyou 1,, views. In its earliest written form, found in the treatise Musica enchiriadis (c. ; “Musical Handbook”), organum consisted of two melodic lines moving simultaneously note against note. Sometimes a second, or organal, voice doubled the chant, or principal voice, a fourth or a fifth below (as G or F below c, etc.).
genres: organum (chant combined with polyphony), motet (polyphonic settings with new and separate texts added to each voice chants composers: Leonin and Perotin (Notre Dame, Paris) Development of secular music: secular: worldly music not written for religious services texts: vernacular languages - French, German, Spanish, English. What a pity you’ve used the word “great” in your question. It means I can’t bring your attention to a very beautiful French symphony that’s largely unknown, composed in by the composer and organist Charles Tournemire. His 8 symphonies have re. Shop and Buy Organum sheet music. Piano sheet music book by Carl Ruggles (): Theodore Presser Company at Sheet Music Plus: The World Largest Selection of Sheet Music. (PR). Organum; Perotinus (Pérotin) Cantus Firmus; Secular Music—Troubadours; Beatriz, Countess of Dia; Guillaume de Machaut; Examples of Medieval Music; Introduction to Music in the Renaissance ; Slideshow: Music in the Renaissance; Renaissance Music Overview; The Printing Press; Imitation; Motet; Josquin des Prez; Protestant Reformation; Counter.