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Johann Sebastian Bach
Johann Sebastian Bach was a German composer and musician of the Baroque period. He enriched established German styles through his skill in counterpoint, harmonic and motivic organisation, and the adaptation of rhythms, forms, a...
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... Brahms, Op. 120. Examining the motives expressed in each of the pair of works, they offer novel ideas for ...
... presented discussing the following topics: (1) motives and weaving motives in semantic form; (2 ...
Mixed Motives: A Modern Sketch
Music (1896) Vol. 10, pp. 381
Arcodiva (2009) 27 tracks 55:17
... - suite on folk motives and texts) We are Roma, we are (Ja Ra Laj - suite on folk motives ... and texts) The only musician (Ja Ra Laj - suite on folk motives and texts ... ) Automobiles (Ja Ra Laj - suite on folk motives and texts) Do not cry, mamma (Ja Ra Laj ...
Germ Motives and Guff
The Music Review (1962) Vol. 23, No. 3, pp. 238
Themes and motives 1
The Musical Times (2003) Vol. 144, No. 1884, pp. 37-44
Themes and motives 2
The Musical Times (2003) Vol. 144, No. 1885, pp. 28-34
Schenker's High-Level Motives
Journal of Music Theory (1992) Vol. 36, No. 1, pp. 117-148
FROM THE ORGAN SOCIETY OF SYDNEY: Bach's Symbolic Motives
Canon (1952) Vol. 5, No. 8, pp. 373
... alternative music scene. Among the performers examined are melodic hardcore quintet Motives, and nerd-centric rock band Save Ends. ...
... motives from Mozart's Symphony KV 551 in his Symphony No. 98, which is illustrated in the first ... musical sample. The remainder of the article analyzes occurrences of motives originally by Mozart that ...
... Flick reviews "Loco Motives," a single by Little Feat. ...
Kicking and Screaming to Competence
Teaching Music (2016) Vol. 23, No. 3, pp. 22-23

Student motivation is complex, and understanding how an individual student is motivated isn't easy. For a choir teacher, motivating an entire ensemble is akin to solving a Rubik's Cube: Each individual square must be in its proper place, and aligning ...

Motivic Identity and Musical Syntax in the Solo Wind Works of Åke Hermansson
STM-Online (2009) Vol. 12, pp. np

Åke Hermanson's five pieces for solo winds constitute a unified body of work. These pieces illustrate important aspects of his compositional technique, most notably his characteristic motivic sense. In general, his motives are highly abstract; they fall into four basic ...

... . In general, his motives are highly abstract; they fall into four basic categories: 1) steady-state ... ideas; 2) arpeggiations; 3) flourishes; and 4) conventional motives, with the first two categories ... strongly predominating. More typically, though, Hermanson employs hybrid motives (e.g., steady-state ...