Organum, for orchestra. by Carl Ruggles

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Published by American Music Edition in New York .

Written in English

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SeriesAmerican classic series
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LC ClassificationsM1045 R92 O7
The Physical Object
Pagination[miniature score]
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Open LibraryOL17946322M

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A title in the Organum Series: Selected older vocal and instrumental masterpieces, critically reviewed and published for practical use under the direction of Max Seiffert. Spiritual vocal music, Num for solo or choir voices with or without accompaniment for soprano, alto, tenor and bass with string orchestra and organ.

Seller Inventory # Genre/Form: Scores: Organum Physical Format: Online version: Ruggles, Carl, Organum. New York: American Music Edition, [] (OCoLC) 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.

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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.

Carl Ruggles composed Organum as an orchestral work and also arranged it for 2 pianos. This publication is John Kirkpatrick's edition of Ruggles'manuscripts.

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19 pages. Published by Theodore Presser Company. Ensemble Organum is a group performing early music, co-founded in by Marcel Pérès and based in France.

Its members have changed, but have included at one time or another, Josep Cabré, Josep Benet, Gérard Lesne, Antoine Sicot, Malcolm have often collaborated with Lycourgos Angelopoulos and are influenced by Orthodox music. The group mainly focuses on the performance.

Organum is an early Medieval form of plainsong, or plainchant (e.g. Gregorian chanting) that has it's origins from 9th Century France. In it's beginnings, organum was sung with at least one voice added to create harmony, usually a perfect fifth or fourth. Celebrate Theory: History explores styles, genres, composers and works from the Middle Ages to the Modern Era, and have been newly revised to include.

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Portals (For String Orchestra) Evocations (Piano) - I Largo Organum: Exaltation (For Brass, Chorus and Organ). Organum-First genre of polyphony (), their leader Leonin, first composer of polyphonic music who is credited for The Great Book of Organum(Magnus liber organi) for the entire church year.

Ars Nova. New art, complex texture, Guillaume de Machaut. Guillaume de Machaut. An Adagio fragments both themes to construct a new, and rather romantic, episode where the two parts of the orchestra compete for expressive dominance.

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Original recordings by The Murray Fontana Orchestra. Mixed, processed, and added to by The Hafler Trio, Suitcase Studios, England. This album was originally released as the cassette Nurse With Wound / The Hafler Trio (Staaltape, ) At Stapleton's insistence, the liner notes make no reference to Nurse With Wound, and Stapleton's name has been replaced with 'Reginald Bisquet' in the liner notes.

ORCHESTRA (Fr. Orchestre; Ger. Kapelle, Orchester; Ital. Orchestra), in its modern acceptation (1) the place in a theatre or concert hall set apart for the musicians; (2) a carefully-balanced group of performers on stringed, wind and percussion instruments adapted for playing in concert and directed by a ancient Greece the ὀρχήστρα was the space between the auditorium and.

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a piece of music for orchestra featuring a small group of soloists, called the concertino, contrasting with the larger group, called the ripieno. Great Book of Organum, written by Leonin. YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE 57 terms.

MUH Final Exam Terms. 73 terms. Music History midterm. terms. History 2:Musical Definitions. Organ music, this time with Orchestra, from Richard Strauss, Vivaldi, Handel and Saint-Saens. Camille Saint-Saëns' Organ Symphony is probably the most played of his symphonies, and certainly the most famous work in its genre.

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Earliest form of polyphony, or more than one voice sounding at a time; Musica Enchiriadis from 9 th century: discusses organum; Vox principalis: main voice; Vox Organalis: organum or second voice, below main voice and normally sustained; Guido: innovator in notation, proto staff, and Guidonian hand to help in polyphony.

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musical score | 9 parts ; 20 cm. | For cantus primi chori, altus primi chori, tenor primi chori, bassvs primi chori, cantus secunda, altus secunda, tenor secunda, basses secunda, and organ.

Title from cantvs primi chori. Title within ornamental border; initials; head pieces. Parts, including organ. Formerly in the library of Dr. Wilhelm Heyer. Musical Score (Form). Print (Form). CD 2: Le règne de la polyphonie () # Title Artist Rating Length; 1: Christ natus est nobis, psalm 94 (Ensemble Organum feat.

director: Marcel Pérès). The New Yorker, January 3, P. On May 2,the humid Sunday that his musical “Caroline, or Change” was to transfer from the Public Theatre, downtown, to the Eugene O’Neill. organum OR-gah-num [Latin] Term referring to the earliest kind of polyphonic music.

Organum developed from the practice of adding voices above a plain chant (cantus firmus); these added voices at first ran parallel to the plain chant at an interval of a fourth or they began to move about more freely.

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