How Should We View Postmodernism?

The cost of eradicating post-Enlightenment scholastic thought from the memory of the society was that a century later, man and every thought/structure/work he produced/acted became result-oriented. Power…

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Who Will Hear Sơn Mỹ's Song?

After the Turkish quintets who used maqam music by processing Anatolian melodic traditions to create a national language in polyphonic music writing in the first period of the Republic…

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Heinrich Heine

The recording figures of 1822, when the Paris Conservatory, under the direction of Cherubini, trained pianists like a factory, are quite impressive; forty-one women, thirty-two men piano…

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Organology Studies in Turkey – III

Etem Ruhi Üngör, at the 2004st International Symposium on Anatolian Music and Instruments in XNUMX, said that the first thing to do is to establish the Turkish Instruments Museum and…

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Top Winners

Born in 1780, opera singer Angelica Catalani was making $18 per concert by the time she was 15.000. The artist, who went on a London tour in 1806, performed with the Royal Theater…

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Organology Studies in Turkey – II

With the suggestions of Paul Hindemith, the Music Teachers' School, which had been teaching for twelve years, was converted into the Ankara State Conservatory in 1936 and this…

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Free Voices

Wassily Kandinsky, perhaps one of Moscow's most prominent artists, left his mark on the 20th century. His works made quite a splash, yes, but they cannot be denied…

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Organology Studies in Turkey – I

The organology discipline, which is derived from the Greek word organon, Latin organum, and which has passed into our language from the French organologie term, is briefly defined as the science of instruments. Mahmut Ragip Gazimihal…

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Copyright

Creative Consciousness With the invention of Gutenberg, all works were copied by hand before music was printed. On the first page of each copy, the phrase "Author" is written by the composer.

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Chopin and Mazurka

Among Chopin's mazurkas, the most touching and creative ones are mainly composed in slow tempo and minor tonality. Musicology is for these composition types…

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Eroticous and Eros

The need for art and beauty is an indirect need for sexual ecstasy. Friedrich Nietzsche Eroticism, death and eros are the aspects that ensure the continuity of human life. To each their own…

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Custody of Karl

With the 14th article of the will dated 1815 November 5, Carl van Beethoven left the custody of his son Karl to his composer brother Ludwig van Beethoven. His brother's wife, Johanna...

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Liszt – Posted by Robert Schumann

Liszt in Leipzig – the first concert that took place on 17 March was an extraordinary and remarkable event. The audience is in the form of human hoards, in crowds and in large…

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Webern in the Footsteps of Goethe

The artist tries to prove that he is in this world, even if he isolates himself from the world. It is the intention to tell; the purpose of being understood. Single…

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Pastoral Symphony Nature

French anthropologist and ethnologist Claude Lévi-Strauss thinks that music and myths have a common structure; while music represents the sound aspect of language, myths…

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Prokofiev: Nevsky Cantata

1. ON ARISTOTELES AND PLATO'S CONCEPTIONS OF ART 1.1 Plato's views on art Plato's dedication to philosophy was after meeting Socrates. To philosophy…

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Turkish Movement and Its Effect on Mozart

Turquerie movement and history, which are the factors of the fusion of the two cultures, will be examined together. Since the movement is a product of historical events and developments, historical analysis is prominent.

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Mozart and the Wonder Boys

“A cat walked in while he was playing for me, and the boy jumped up from the harpsichord. It wasn't easy to persuade him to sit back down” Daines…

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Amy Fay: Meeting the Wiecks

For me, the subject is a little different because I have listened to this piece three times by Clara Schumann. Miss Wieck's performance did not please me at all. 1869-1875…

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Paganini's Dark Side

Paganini, who took the stage in Winchester in 1832, stayed on the stage for 28 minutes. He received a full payment of 22.500 pounds for his work and managed to attract the attention of the press.

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Famous Letter: Immortal Beloved

The next five days of Beethoven, who left Vienna on July 2, 1812 and went to Teplice (Czech Republic), is the period in which his biographers did the most research in his entire life.

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Emilie M. : Smallest Fan!

Emilie is a junior pianist aged 8-10. The little girl who is a fan of Beethoven, a wallet she sewed with her own hands, to the letter she wrote with the help of her teacher.

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Czerny: Meeting Beethoven

While this article makes all its readers feel the gasp at the end of the 10 floors where Czerny, who is only 6 years old, took small steps to reach Beethoven's apartment,…

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