musical organization

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n musical organization an organization of musicians who perform together
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Usage

In literature:

A grand organ began to peal out the music of Gounod's Saint Cecilia Mass.
"The Arena" by Various
It takes a musical crank to play a hand organ.
"The New Pun Book" by Thomas A. Brown and Thomas Joseph Carey
The latter, recognizing his ability, gave him lessons on the organ, and allowed him to copy music.
"The Standard Oratorios" by George P. Upton
As the organ sent forth the opening strains of music the people in the church looked at each other, surprised, disappointed.
"Patchwork" by Anna Balmer Myers
As it is, I can't play German music, can't touch a good deal of Bach's organ work.
"The Nebuly Coat" by John Meade Falkner
What brave music can be born in an organ which is short of breath?
"My Daily Meditation for the Circling Year" by John Henry Jowett
Then, as I strutted, an organ, lost in strange lands about five streets away, broke into music.
"Nights in London" by Thomas Burke
He has been active also in the organization of various musical enterprises, among them the Apollo Club of Chicago.
"Contemporary American Composers" by Rupert Hughes
It has been said that there is no average human nature any more than there is average organ music.
"Hidden from the Prudent" by Paul Jones
The glorious organ music filled it, clear to the vaulted ceiling.
"Mary Ware's Promised Land" by Annie Fellows Johnston
Bach, on the other hand, was of a much more intensely organized musical temperament.
"The Masters and their Music" by W. S. B. Mathews
How sweet, how wonderful, was the soft, soft music which Mrs. Haddo herself played on the organ!
"Betty Vivian" by L. T. Meade
Sir Adrian was at his organ, almost unconsciously interpreting his own sadness into music.
"The Light of Scarthey" by Egerton Castle
Fred then struck up on the organ the music of the North Pole March.
"Doctor Jones' Picnic" by S. E. Chapman
I should say that organ-music fills to an ecstasy the act of feeling.
"The World I Live In" by Helen Keller
Anthony Hyde was very musical and was part of the orchestra which furnished the music in Christ Church before it had an organ.
"A Portrait of Old George Town" by Grace Dunlop Ecker
He was formerly connected with a musical organization in Boston.
"Music and Some Highly Musical People" by James M. Trotter
As a rule they have steam organs to furnish the "music" and the blare of these can be heard for miles across the level plains.
"Vanished towers and chimes of Flanders" by George Wharton Edwards
It is as though, they were sitting by running water, or listening to the music of some grand organ.
"The Life of Cicero" by Anthony Trollope
The organ within the church swelled loudly again, and, the music being most beautiful, Santuzza stood listening in an agony of mind.
"Operas Every Child Should Know" by Mary Schell Hoke Bacon
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In poetry:

Colour had music's life to you.
The very grasses sang,
To you the cosmic organ peal
In diapason rang.
"Immortal Eve - IV" by Manmohan Ghose
``O, where is there music like to mine,
When I muster my breath and roll
Through the organ pipes of the mountain pine,
Till they fill and affright the soul?
"The Wind Speaks" by Alfred Austin
He asks no taper lights, on high surrounding
The priestly altar and the saintly grave,
No dolorous chant nor organ music sounding,
Nor incense clouding tip the twilight nave.
"Worship" by John Greenleaf Whittier
Ah! you have your music too!
And come flocking round that player
Grinding at his organ there,
Summer-eyed and swart of hue,
Rattling off his well-worn tune
On this April afternoon.
"The Street-Children's Dance" by Mathilde Blind
I stand within the Abbey walls,
Where soft the slanting sunlight falls
In gleams of mellow grace:
The organ swells, the anthem soars,
And waves of prayerful music pours
Throughout the solemn space.
"Poet’s Corner" by Alfred Austin
Like organ-music comes the deep reply:
"The cause of truth looks lost, but shall be won.
For God hath given to mine inward eye
Vision of England soaring to the sun.
And granted me great peace before I die,
In thoughts of lowly duty bravely done."
"Milton" by Henry Van Dyke

In news:

It's an ideal combination—Bragg, the Brit balladeer of unrequited love and organized labor, reflects Woody's grassroots populism, while alt-country standouts Wilco speak up for his giant influence on all that is American roots music.
Organ Music Not Vibraphone Like I'd Hoped.
The Bald Eagle Bash is more than good food, good music and good times on Weeks Bay, it's a chance to raise money and awareness of environmental preservation, according to organizers.
Taylor Swift, Nicki Minaj and Linkin Park are to perform on the 40th anniversary American Music Awards in Los Angeles, organizers said.
Every year Chi Omega hosts an event called Songfest where men and women organizations team up to perform different musical numbers.
The Hollywood screenwriter and Sag Harbor resident talks about Music to Know, a two-day music festival planned for August 12 and 13 that Collage is organizing with fellow Sag Harbor resident and Sole East Resort owner Chris Jones.
Toby Keith will mark his 20th anniversary as a recording artist next year, but the country music superstar is more proud of the milestone he celebrated this year: completing his 10th United Service Organization tour.
Organizers of the 12-12-12 Concert for Sandy Relief have gathered music legends for what some music fans are calling the greatest lineup ever.
From live music and poetry readings to pottery and painting, organizer Preston Pylant said the Elkmont Hilltop Arts Festival will offer something for everyone.
Mid-Columbia Musical Theatre's current production of Titanic the Musical has to be one of the most high-reaching and fabulous performances this venerable organization has ever given.
The festival was organized by people from the town of Huanuco to celebrate their native customs, in the arts of culinary, dance and music.
Guest DJ Evan Penn of Kalos plays organ music and choral music from across the ages, into the nanosphere.
Film and music festival organizers happy with merge.
If Random Bursts of Organ Music Were Part of Every Speech.
That's musical organ , of course.
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In science:

The organization of the paper is as follows: In Section II several time series of computer-generated music are analyzed.
Analysis of music: controlled random music and probability distribution function of recurrence time of amplitude peaks
A musical unity comes from an (intelligent) organization of a few basic elements such as rhythm, meter, tempo, melody, harmony, timbre, dynamics, etc.
Music in Terms of Science
In a sense, harmony denotes the over-all organization of tones in a musical work in such a way as to achieve order and unity.
Music in Terms of Science
Meter pertains to the organization of musical time, constituting the basic scheme of accents in a composition; specifically, to the arrangement of musical beats in units of time known as “measures”.
Music in Terms of Science
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