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.
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
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.
Cecilia Society, the premier musical organization
in North America through most of the late 18th century.
with the main purpose of creating a musical organization
where all the participants (musicians, singers and dancers) function as the stars of every show.
The manner by which decisions are made and changes are implemented within a musical organization
may reflect leadership style.
His British accent helps establish the setting for this intriguing view of the backstage workings of a large professional musical organization
In a recent study of "choric communication" as practiced by a women's musical organization
in Togo, West Africa, scholar Stephanie Nelson reasons, "If the musical context grants permission to say the unsayable--and to make the unsayable a new possibility--this makes music a particularly useful vehicle for those whose voices are suppressed and ignored.