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MUSIC

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Desiderio, who has attended musical interpretation classes with Brouwer, graduated with honours from the Conservatory of Music in Alessandria, Italy in 1992.
"I was told that I could do whatever I wanted to create a musical interpretation to the Gerard Manley Hopkins poem, and more importantly I was never asked to explain myself in it.
The musical interpretation of HG Wells' science-fiction classic took three times longer than the original novel to create - so there's not a moment to lose catching this epic show live on stage now at the Dominion Theatre.
A recurring musical interpretation of raindrops being caught in saucepans and bowls was particularly mesmerising, while you may not look at mashed potato the same way after this show.
The most famous musical interpretation is German composer Engelbert Humperdinck's 1893 opera "Hansel and Gretel.'' But going back to the fairy tale recorded by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm, Bell found a grimmer account.
The Stringcredibles are playing a series of autumn dates across the Midlands using images from the Imperial War Museum as a visual backdrop to their musical interpretation of the conflict.
Essays by critics Lloyd Schwartz and Richard Saez, reprinted here more than thirty years after their first publication, introduce Carter's techniques of musical interpretation. Focusing on the major works of the 1970s, these essays appreciate Carter's composition by relation--where the poetic text is not so much set to a musical background but serves as a new structural element brought into coherence with the musical system.
"An innovator of musical interpretation and modern jazz, Herbie Hancock embodies this year's festival theme Creative Innovation.
The class focuses on musical interpretation and language.
Prospero, too, derives his magic from music's ambiguous acoustic effects, capitalizing on the tenuous relationship between sound and language and his ability to control the other characters' contexts of musical interpretation. This chapter also introduces "musical 'dissidents'" (177) like Caliban and Jessica, characters whose modes of musical listening and performance run counter to the allegorizing language that would make music an emblem of orthodox power structures.
Thomas Aigner spoke about "Strauss Autographs--Sources for Research and Musical Interpretation".
These tunes have since been released in the Darwish tribute album "Fall of the Moon," a two-CD set comprised of Khalife's musical interpretation of Darwish's poems.