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  1. the two musicologists who created the Sachs-Hornbostel system. this is the predominant system used to describe and classify instruments. the four primary categories are aerophones, chrodophones, idiophones, and membranophones. instrumentals are classified according to what part vibrates to produce the sound.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Orchestral Music: La Mer · King Lear · Children's Corner · Première Rapsodie · Six Épigraphes Antiques on Discogs.4/4(2).
  3. President Granger made a strong call to the Council to capitalise on the opportunities presented by the forum to exchange ideas, with a view to enhancing governance and advancing the development of the Indigenous Peoples. As he reminded his audience, “I said last year, this is not a .
  4. Dec 21,  · Ralph MacDonald, a Grammy Award -winning percussionist and composer whose understated Afro-Caribbean rhythms were known as “the ghost” behind the hit records of a multitude of s and ’80s pop stars and who was a co-writer on the hit songs “Where Is the Love?” and “Just the Two of Us,” died on Sunday in Stamford, Conn. He was
  5. The Harlem Renaissance and American Music by Mike Oppenheim, published on March 3, at All About Jazz. Find more From Far and Wide articles.
  6. -A virtuoso pianist from New Orleans, =Louis Moreau Gottschalk= patterned his performing style after Liszt and was known in Europe as the American Chopin.-Led by =William Billings=, a group of composers in the eighteenth century avoided European models of composition and looked to natural phenomena for inspiration.

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