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Those who follow current music trends and look for where to read an online book from the music genre should check out this section. The library offers dozens of unique selections of books related to music. This is fiction on relevant topics, biographies of famous musicians and composers. It will be interesting not only for specialists, but also for the mass reader who is interested in an interesting book of the music genre.

The library consists of both well-known works that have long become classics, and literature that is only gaining popularity. But all the books that can be read online on the site are united by the fact that they are presented in English. This makes them accessible to most users. You can also read books from the music genre, the original language of which can be German, French or Italian. The variety of works written by authors from all over Europe and presented on the site is a great opportunity for everyone to expand their horizons.

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The advantages of the library itself include a large selection of books of various genres. To make your search easier, each music book is presented in related categories. For example, Chopin's biography can be found in the "Music" section and " Biographies and Autobiographies ". Those who are interested in books of applied type, should additionally go to the section "Textbooks". There are thematic literature, such as textbooks on vocals, written by famous teachers and composers. Switching between sections will simplify the search. If you are looking for a specific work, we recommend entering its name in the search bar. This will save you a lot of time, as you won't have to scroll through all the pages in a particular category.

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These cavities reinforce the primary vibrations set up by the cords and serve to increase their intensity as they are projected from the larynx. The larynx is the vibrating organ of the voice. It is situated at the base of the tongue and is so closely connected with it by attachment to the hyoid bone, to which the tongue is also attached, that it is capable of only slight movement independent of that organ; consequently it must move with the tongue in articulation. The interior muscles of the

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d when writing the present tale, the gratuities received yearly by the musicians at Christmas were somewhat as follows: From the manor-house ten shillings and a supper; from the vicar ten shillings; from the farmers five shillings each; from each cottage-household one shilling; amounting altogether to not more than ten shillings a head annually--just enough, as an old executant told me, to pay for their fiddle-strings, repairs, rosin, and music-paper (which they mostly ruled themselves). Their

tells me he has the piece and that it is weak, having historic interest only. I cannot find much about the Polish poet, Julius Slowacki, who died the same year, 1849, as Edgar Allan Poe. Tarnowski declares him to have been Chopin's warmest friend and in his poetry a starting point of inspiration for the composer.In July 1829, accompanied by two friends, Chopin started for Vienna. Travelling in a delightful, old-fashioned manner, the party saw much of the country--Galicia, Upper Silesia and

im to know it) he is over-fatigued by the injudicious distribution of his lesson hours. Unluckily it is not easy to alter this; so pray, however strict you may be, show him every indulgence, which will, I am sure, have also a better effect on Carl under such unfavorable circumstances.With respect to his playing with you, when he has finally acquired the proper mode of fingering, and plays in right time, and gives the notes with tolerable correctness, you must only then first direct his

ited repertory when she was indisposed. She never attended rehearsals, but came to the theatre in the evening and sang triumphantly, without ever having seen the persons who sang and acted with her. She spared herself rehearsals which, on the day of the performance, or the day before, exhaust all singers, because of the excitement of all kinds attending them, and which contribute neither to the freshness of the voice nor to the joy of the profession.Although she was a Spaniard by birth and an

for him, especially at this period, when he was entering manhood and eager to get at the works of contemporary composers. In those times only a small amount of the music that was written, was published. Many of the lesser works were composed merely to grace some social function, with but little thought given them as to their ultimate fate. It was customary to play from manuscript, copies of which were not readily attainable. In a city like Vienna new music was constantly being produced,

The cultivation of the Ear is of the greatest importance.--Endeavour early to distinguish each several tone and key. Find out the exact notes sounded by the bell, the glass, the cuckoo, etc.* * * * * Practise frequently the scale and other finger exercises; but this alone is not sufficient. There are many people who think to obtain grand results in this way, and who up to a mature age spend many hours daily in mechanical labour. That is about the same, as if we tried every day to pronounce the

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