Synonyms for polyphonia or Related words with polyphonia

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Examples of "polyphonia"
Another form of harmonica is the Chromatica and Polyphonia harmonica. Basically identical in design, the Polyphonia (often shortened to "Poly") and Chromatica harmonicas have all notes in a row in chromatic scale, side by side.
On 24 May 1966, he led the Polyphonia and other forces in the UK premiere of the work Franz Schmidt considered his masterpiece, "The Book with Seven Seals".
Psykovsky, Zik, Adrenal Glands, Polyphonia, Naked Tourist, Mexican Trance Mafia, Frantic Noise / Megalopsy, Hishiryo, Gorump Peyya, Xikwri Neyrra, Master Pain, Mubali, Báalam, Greg on Earth amongst others
On 2 January 1964, Fairfax led the Polyphonia Orchestra in the first British performance of Sergei Rachmaninoff's Symphony No. 1 in D minor.
In 1961 he founded the Polyphonia Orchestra, a semi-professional ensemble, as a vehicle for the performance of rarely heard or new music. On 28 February of that year, he directed the Polyphonia in the first live public performance in Britain of Gustav Mahler's massive Symphony No. 3, at St Pancras Town Hall (it had earlier been heard in the UK only on BBC Radio broadcasts). The performance received highly complimentary reviews.
On 24 June 1961, Fairfax led the Polyphonia in the premiere of Havergal Brian's gargantuan "Gothic Symphony", which had been completed 34 years earlier in 1927, but previous efforts to perform the work had stalled numerous times due to the colossal forces it requires. This premiere was held in the Central Hall, Westminster, and it was a precursor to the first fully professional performance, on 30 October 1966 at the Royal Albert Hall, under Sir Adrian Boult, which the composer attended. Although Havergal Brian did not attend Bryan Fairfax's earlier performance, to express his gratitude he wrote his Symphony No. 18 especially for the Polyphonia Orchestra's forces and dedicated the work to Fairfax. Bryan Fairfax conducted the Polyphonia Orchestra in the world premiere of the 18th Symphony in February 1962, at St. Pancras Town Hall. In June 1975 he directed the first professional performance, a BBC studio recording broadcast.
"The Quest to Polyphonia" (German title, Wer weiss wo Polphonia liegt?), Farber’s first stage opera, was commissioned by Stuttgart Opera in 1989. Taking place in a post-atomic-war world, the opera is a legend folded within another: journeying through the history of western art music, Farber anthropomorphizes familiar melodic and harmonic features into evil creatures (like the hypnotizing “Evil Drone,” or Brothers Parallismus and Quintus who sing in parallel fifths) that try to prevent the protagonist, Prince Johann von Buxtehude, from getting to the Cave of Time. Upon defeating all the evil creatures, Prince Johann finds the time capsule and brings back art music. An ironic commentary on compositional teaching, The Quest to Polyphonia finds its composer indulging in violating these pedagogical conventions. A second, Hebrew production, of The Quest to Polyphonia took place in 1995 by the New Israel Opera in Tel Aviv.
She has danced in Christopher Wheeldon's "Polyphonia" and "Commedia" and performed the lead role in his production of "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland". Other roles performed with The Royal Ballet include Princess Belle Rose in Kenneth MacMillan's "The Prince of the Pagodas" and leading roles in Emeralds and Diamonds ("Jewels").
Creations on Paris stage: Morel ("Proust or the heart's intermissions" - Roland Petit- 2007), L’homme ("The House of Bernarda" - Mats Ek - 2008), l’Ame - ("Third Symphony of Gustav Mahler"-John Neumeier - 2009), Mikado ("Kaguyahime" - Jiří Kylián - 2010), "Die Grosse Fuge" (Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker- 2015), "Die Verklärte Nacht" (Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker- 2015), "Polyphonia" (Christopher Wheeldon- 2015)
Conversely, the first British performance of the symphony did not take place until January 2, 1964, with the semi-professional Polyphonia Symphony Orchestra conducted by Bryan Fairfax. This was during a time when Rachmaninoff's music was held in low regard in the United Kingdom.
Sylphide ("La Sylphide"), Marie Larisch ("Mayerling"), Tatiana and Olga ("Onegin"), Thaïs pas de deux, Masha ("Winter Dreams"), Voluntaries, Polyphonia, The Grey Area, Afternoon of a Faun, Chroma, Infra, Tanglewood, Sylvia, Stop Time Rag Girl ("Elite Syncopations"), white girl and blue girl (Les Patineurs), Fin du Jour, Alice ("Alice's Adventures in Wonderland"), Princess Belle Rose ("The Prince of the Pagodas") and Human Seasons.
He was strongly associated with the works of Havergal Brian, and he conducted the world premiere of Brian's Symphony No. 1, "Gothic" in 1961. Brian's Symphony No. 18 was written especially for Fairfax and the semi-professional Polyphonia Orchestra he founded. His UK premieres include major works by Gustav Mahler, Dmitri Shostakovich, Carl Nielsen, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Franz Schmidt and Percy Grainger. His conducting style has been likened to that of Sir Adrian Boult and Vernon Handley.
Jerry Murad (chromatic harmonica), was an Armenian born in Istanbul, Turkey who moved to America at the age of 2. He played diatonic harmonicas at first, and took up chromatic soon after. Murad played Hohner 270s and 64s, as well as the Musette, a harmonica made especially for him that replicates the sound qualities of a French accordion. It is featured on their 1960s recording of "Parisienne Fantasy". Murad also played the Hohner Polyphonia (a type of orchestral melodic harmonica).
The other type of orchestral melodic harmonica is the polyphonia, (though some are marked "chromatica"). These have all twelve chromatic notes laid out on the same row. In most cases, they have both blow and draw of the same tone, though the No. 7 is blow only, and the No. 261, also blow only, has two reeds per hole, tuned an octave apart (all these designations refer to products of M. Hohner).
Wilkins co-founded the Scottish Early Music Consort (1969) and later founded the new-music ensemble Polyphonia (1989), serving as music director from 1989-1993. She has been a member of professional organizations including the Executive Committee of the British Academy of Composers and Songwriters, the Council of the Society for the Promotion of New Music, the Board of Directors of the International Alliance of Women in Music, and the Honor Committee of the Fondazione Donne in Musica.
In 2001, Wheeldon became the New York City Ballet resident choreographer and first resident artist. He was productive in this position, choreographing a number of much lauded works for the troupe, Polyphonia being the first. He quickly developed a reputation as a talented choreographer, and several other eminent ballet companies, such as the San Francisco Ballet, the Bolshoi Ballet, and the Royal Ballet, London have commissioned dances from him. As of May, 2003, Wheeldon had composed at least 23 works.
Ansanelli was a muse of British choreographer Christopher Wheeldon, originating principal roles in his "Carousel (A Dance)" which was created for the NYCB celebration of Richard Rogers; the premiere was opened by Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Critic Sylviane Gold wrote in Newsday November 28, 2002, describing the pas de deux, “There hasn’t been anything to equal their dramatically charged achingly romantic duets since the last by Jerome Robbins and the audience erupted entirely justified bravos.” Ansanelli also originated in Wheeldon’s "Morphoses", "Polyphonia" and "Variation Serieuse". She performed "Morphoses" for an educational seminar Works & Process at the Guggenheim Museum.
On Chord Harmonicas, there are 2 harmonicas hinged together capable together of playing 48 chords. They are 23 inches long, and each chord takes up 4 holes. The chord harmonica is used for a beat, or tricks. Jerry Murad's Harmonicat's 1947 "Peg O' My Heart" was played on a Chord. Hohner's main Chord is known as the Hohner 48, because it plays 48 chords. Hohner from the 1930s to the late 1960s also produced the Polyphonia No. 8, which played 36 blow-only chords, in three rows. The concept failed and is often frowned upon by professional 48 chord players.
As first soloist at The Royal Ballet he performed many roles including principal ones. He danced Lescaut ("Manon"), Basilio ("Don Quixote"), Bratfisch ("Mayerling"),Lewis Carroll/White Rabbit and Magician/Mad Hatter ("Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland"), Bluebird and Florestan ("Sleeping Beauty"), Bronze Idol ("La Bayadère"), Jack ("Sweet Violets"), Emble ("The Age of Anxiety"), Texan Kangeroo Rat (‘"Still Life’ at the Penguin Café"), Principal ("In the Night"), Officer ("Anastasia") and roles in ‘Emeralds’ ("Jewels"), "Voices of Spring, Concerto, In the Night, Polyphonia, Birthday Offering, Requiem, Raven Girl, Connectome, Woolf Works, Swan Lake, Giselle, Viscera, Within the Golden Hour, Carbon Life" and "Obsidian Tear." Over several years he has danced the roles of Hans-Peter and the Prince in "The Nutcracker" at the Royal Opera House. He also frequently performed the role of Mercutio ("Romeo and Juliet") at Covent Garden. Campbell danced with distinction in "Song of the Earth" in 2015. In the same year he performed his debut in the role of Colas ("La fille mal gardee") with Yuhui Choe to critical acclaim. In the role of The Young Man in Ashton's "The Two Pigeons" in 2016 Campbell, again dancing with Choe, garnered universal acclaim in 14 independent reviews including The Times, The Financial Times, The Daily Telegraph and The Guardian. Campbell's role creations at Covent Garden include Henry Clerval ("Frankenstein").