Synonyms for concentus or Related words with concentus
Examples of "concentus"
Hungaricus, conducted Andras Ligeti, Matyas Antal and
1 Gold Award at International Choral Festival Orientale
III in Taiwan
-Gold Award and Most Promising Choir Award at Orientale
IV International Choral Festival 2011, Taiwan
-Mixed Voices Choir Silver Award and Folklore Category Silver Award at Orientale
IX International Choral Festival 2016, Singapore
Accentus (or Accentus Ecclesiasticus; Ecclesiastical accent) is a style of church music that emphasizes spoken word. It is often contrasted with "
", an alternative style that emphasizes harmony. The terms "accentus" and "
" were probably introduced by Andreas Ornithoparchus in his "Musicae Activae Micrologus", Leipzig, 1517. ""
" might be chief ruler over all things that are sung...and "Accentus" over all things that are read," according to Ornithoparchus. The style is also known as liturgical recitative, though it differs in some important ways from other types of recitative.
Kwei is currently the artistic director of A Voyage Of Songs, Jubilate, Orientale
and 21st Century International Choral Festival competitions.
Nikolaus Harnoncourt with Vienna
Musicus chooses this Trumpet Concerto to cap off a disc of music by the composer's son, which includes the Bassoon Concerto K. 191.
During the group's first international tour in Singapore in the competition Orientale
VII, he was awarded as the Best Young Conductor
-Overall Champion, Equal Voices Choir Gold A Award and Best Conductor Award (Miss Lee Xiao Yun) at Orientale
VI International Choral Festival 2013, Seoul, South Korea
He has played baroque and classical oboes with
Musicus Wien (Nikolaus Harnoncourt), Il Giardino Armonico (Giovanni Antonini), Scintilla Orchester Zürich, I Barocchisti (Diego Fasolis).
As Director of
Musicus Minnesota he prepared and directed more than twenty years of concert seasons for its vocal and early
Musicus Wien (CMW) is an Austrian baroque music ensemble based in Vienna. The CMW is recognized as a progenitor of the period-instrument performance movement.
-Mixed Voices Choir Gold Award and Equal Voices Choir Silver Award at Orientale
VII International Choral Festival 2014, Singapore
The libopus reference library has been ported to both C# and Java as part of a project called
. These ports sacrifice performance for the sake of being easily integrated into cross-platform applications.
Harnoncourt conducted his
Musicus Wien with either the Wiener Sängerknaben or the Tölzer Knabenchor . Leonhardt conducted his Leonhardt-Consort with the Tölzer Knabenchor, Knabenchor Hannover and the adult Collegium Vocale Gent.
The Quatuor Mosaïques is an Austrian string quartet, founded in 1987 by four members of the
Musicus Wien, playing on historical musical instruments. They specialize in music of the 18th century.
The German composer Joseph Anton Xaver Auffmann wrote at least three concertos for organ and chamber orchestra, op. 1 ("Triplex
organicus, seu III. concerti organici à octo instrumentis", Augustæ-Vindelicorum: sumptibus Joannis Jacobi Lotteri Hæredum, 1754).
Musicus Minnesota programs Maud made over fifty arrangements of dances and Minnesinger and troubadour songs, and transcribed many polyphonic works from manuscript. A web site is being assembled where much of this recorded material can be accessed.
Harnoncourt was a cellist with the Vienna Symphony from 1952 to 1969. In 1953, he founded the period-instrument ensemble
Musicus Wien with his wife, Alice Hoffelner, whom he married that year. The
Musicus Wien was dedicated to performances on period instruments, and by the 1970s his work with it had made him quite well known. He played the viola da gamba at this time, as well as the cello. For the Telefunken (later Teldec) label, Harnoncourt recorded a wide variety of the Baroque repertoire, beginning with the viol music of Henry Purcell, and extending to include works like Bach's "The Musical Offering", Monteverdi's "L'incoronazione di Poppea", and Rameau's "Castor et Pollux". One of his final recordings with the
Musicus Wien was of Beethoven's Symphonies Nos. 4 and 5.
1991 - Nikolaus Harnoncourt conducting
Musicus Wien, with Monica Bacelli (Don Ramiro), Edita Gruberova (Sandrina), Uwe Heilmann (Il Contino Belfiore), Charlotte Margiono (Arminda), Thomas Moser (Podesta), Anton Scharinger (Nardo) and Dawn Upshaw (Serpetta). Teldec 9031-72309-2 (3 CD)
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