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ars nova

(ˈɑːz ˈnəʊvə)
n
(Classical Music) a style of music of the 14th century, characterized by great freedom and variety of rhythm and melody contrasted with the strictness of the music of the 13th century
[Latin, literally: new art]
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What Carl does is fair-minded, it's smart, and, as a fan, I don't see enough of that in comedy,'' said Steingart, a co-founder of Ars Nova, a Manhattan nonprofit that nurtures emerging playwrights, comics and musicians.
Choirs taking part are Ars Nova from Hungary, the Cantamus girls choir from Mansfield and the National Youth Choir of Great Britain.
Performed by Ars Nova Copenhagen and conductor Paul Hillier
Their product code, ARS NOVA E5305-B, was also the title of the exhibition as well as (with the addition of a sequential number) each individual work, all dated 2009.
Ars Nova Copenhagen and Concerto Copenhagen, Accentus and Il Complesso Barocco, Les Talens Lyriques and the Spanish National Youth Orchestra.
His other commissions have come from such ensembles as Chanticleer, San Francisco Symphony Chorus, Yale Symphony, Oregon Symphony, Eugene Symphony, New England Philharmonic, Cleveland Chamber Symphony, Cappella Nova (Scotland), Revalia (Estonia), Ensemble Project Ars Nova, Oregon Repertory Singers, Back Bay Chorale (Boston), Third Angle (Portland), California EAR Unit (Los Angeles), New England Philharmonic and San Francisco Symphony Youth Orchestra.
Another software program that sets new standards in methods of teaching ear training is Practica Musica by Ars Nova Software.
The play is part of the Ars Nova Theatre Festival that showcases six weeks of cutting-edge live entertainment from some of today's most promising emerging talent, www.
Academy of Vocal Arts Allentown Symphony Association Ars Nova Workshop Artistas y Musicos Latino Americanos Astral Artistic Services, Inc.
Olson Young Composer Award, and the Ars Nova Singers Colorado Composers Competition.
Its pages chronicle nearly all the important developments in sacred (and occasionally secular) music of the early Renaissance, from the decline of Ars Nova styles to the rise of the integrated Mass cycle, from the emergence of English composers to the revitalization of the motet and hymn.