As you glanced around the room at your shelves of musical scores
acquired over the course of years of teaching, it occurred to you that you might be teaching in a museum.
Since singing is an integral part of the storyline, the narration is accompanied by "a special musical score
," which means that music and male and female chantments are featured in the background of many of the scenes.
There is a great deal of active research on how to encode musical scores
for computerized analysis and how to perform the analyses.
As with all Henle editions, this is a handsome and carefully edited musical score
The musical score
for the Moulin Rouge, a classic of early, silent cinema was ten months in development and has inspired Charlie Barber, a Cardiff based composer.
Livingston, in addition to snagging awards for long-form choreography and best female performance, was visibly moved when her troupe, Loretta Livingston & Dancers, earned best performance by a company, while composer Robin Cox took home the honors for musical score
Unfortunately, this also lays bare the glaring inadequacies of the show, including its paper-thin plot and its less-than-engrossing musical score
AWARDS: Canadian Film Awards--Feature Film, Director, Screenplay, Cinematography, Actor (Duceppe), Supporting Actress (Thibault), Musical Score
, Overall Sound; AV Trust--Masterwork
1 by Erik Satie), 2002, consists of a musical score
written with nails that pierce the staff paper.
Like the Stuart masque, Sabol's book is its own multimedia entertainment, including not only some 250 pages of musical score
, but four (or five, depending upon how one counts) chapters combining a scholarly discussion of the masque - and masques in general - with ideas and hints for performance, and extensive critical notes on everything from the text to the music to the illustrations.
Entertainment legend and Grammy(r) Lifetime Achievement Award winner Dolly Parton works with composer Mark Brymer on their musical score
for her all new dinner theatre show Pirates Voyage, debuting in Myrtle Beach, S.
Kerr taught the choreography using the same method Cunningham had used to create it: first timing the dancers with a stopwatch as they rehearsed in silence, then switching to John Cage's musical score
only after they could perform each segment exactly to the second.