musical organization


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Noun1.musical organization - an organization of musicians who perform togethermusical organization - an organization of musicians who perform together
organization, organisation - a group of people who work together
chorus - a group of people assembled to sing together
ensemble - a group of musicians playing or singing together; "a string ensemble"
section - a division of an orchestra containing all instruments of the same class
duette, duo, duet - two performers or singers who perform together
trio - three performers or singers who perform together
quartette, quartet - four performers or singers who perform together
quintette, quintet - five performers or singers who perform together
sextette, sestet, sextet - six performers or singers who perform together
septette, septet - seven performers or singers who perform together
octette, octet - eight performers or singers who perform together
orchestra - a musical organization consisting of a group of instrumentalists including string players
band - instrumentalists not including string players
dance band, dance orchestra, band - a group of musicians playing popular music for dancing
instrumentalist, musician, player - someone who plays a musical instrument (as a profession)
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Founded in 1984 by Helen Grubbs as a musical organization free from the constraints of school, YNS continues to attract members from a wide range of communities in the West suburbs of Chicago.
The American Voices is a musical organization in America that is managing the America Music Abroad; it selects the musicians and groups every year, and get them ready for the tour and sometimes accompany them." "It's not linked to foreign policy...but here are things we put into considerations when we send the bands, thankfully here in Egypt we have enough safety and security where we can send the band," Werberg added.
Mat-Su Concert Band, the largest and oldest musical organization in the Mat-Su Borough, presents "Holiday Sounds," a celebration of the season that includes selections such as Carol of the Shepherds.
Even though the Warner Grand Theatre isn't quite big enough now to hold the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, the musical organization still has an $80 million plan to move there.
The Darius Milhaud Society, founded in 1986, was a musical organization designed to promote and preserve the music and legacy of French twentieth-century composer Darius Milhaud.
SAN JOSE -- A Filipino American musical organization based in this city has continued to promote a diverse, local musical culture while helping improve the lives of many young people.
For it reminds us that music is not sound, but sound organized "in the brain of the beholder." Musical organization is something that we "latch on to," as we latch on to language.
"Beethoven's music shows an almost ideal relationship between the material and the composer's creativity, allowing the emergence of a genuinely dialectical musical organization." (10)
We don't belong to any musical organization but are registered as a non-profit organization.
The Marine Band was established by an Act of Congress signed by (the second) President John Adams on July 11, 1798, making it the oldest continuously active professional musical organization in the United States.
"Although musicology is the most comprehensive term, it is currently used to refer to those whose research concentrates on music viewed as a historical practice; ethnomusicology, by contrast, tends to focus on the social and cultural contexts of musical practice, with an emphasis on non-western music; music theory is concerned, by and large, with developing systematic perspectives on musical organization and on close readings of individual musical works based on these perspectives." (1) Zbikowski explores a theoretical framework for analyzing how the domain of music correlates with other conceptual domains, including that of language.
Cecilia Society, the premier musical organization in North America through most of the late 18th century.