Weltklassik am Klavier - Pastorale! Beethovens 6. Sinfonie - und Liszts Rigoletto!LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVENSymphonie Nr. 6 - Pastorale - Bearbeitung: Franz Liszt F-Dur op. 68I. Erwachen heiterer Empfindungen bei der Ankunft auf dem Lande: Allegro ma non troppoII. Szene am Bach: Andante molto motoIII. Lustiges Beisammensein der LandleuteIV. Gewitter, Sturm: AllegroV. Hirtengesang, frohe und dankbare Gefühle nach dem Sturm: Allegretto- Pause -FRANZ LISZTParaphrase de concert sur Rigoletto S. 434Tre Sonetti di Petrarca S. 1581. Sonetto CIV - Pace non trovo2. Sonetto XLVII - Benedetto sia il giorno3. Sonetto CXXIII - I´ vidi in terraDanse macabre - nach Camille Saint-Saëns S. 555SUSANNA KADZHOYANSusanna Kadzhoyan verbindet künstlerische Fähigkeiten und eine charismatische Persönlichkeit mit einem starken Willen, soliden technischen Kenntnissen und ausgeprägter Erkenntnis von Intention und Interpretation. Sie begeistert ihr Publikum weltweit. Sie gewann den 1. Preis in einigen internationalen Klavierwettbewerben und dies brachte Susanna Kadzhoyan internationalen Ruhm. 2012 absolvierte sie die Kölner Musikhochschule mit Auszeichnung sowie 2014 ihr Konzertexamen Klavier mit Auszeichnung bei Prof. N. Tichman sowie den Master of Music Kammermusik bei Prof. A. Spiri. 2013-2016 unterrichtete sie Klavier Kammermusik an der Hochschule für Musik Freiburg. 2016 übernahm sie die künstlerische Leitung der Konzertreihe „Bechstein Young Professionals“ in Köln. Seit 2016 unterrichtet Susanna Kadzhoyan Klavier an der Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln.Weltklassik am Klavier - Pastorale! Beethovens 6. Sinfonie - und Liszts Rigoletto!Der Name Beethoven ist heilig in der Kunst“ - Beethoven nahm im Denken Liszts stets eine Sonderstellung ein. Als Pianist, Dirigent, Bearbeiter, Komponist, Lehrer und schließlich als Herausgeber Beethovenscher Kompositionen beschäftigte sich Liszt zeitlebens nicht nur mit einzelnen Werken, sondern nahezu mit dem gesamten Schaffen Beethovens. Liszts „Partitions de Piano“ zielten darauf ab, den Geist der Komposition so adäquat wie möglich auf dem Klavier abzubilden, und sie nahmen dabei keinerlei Rücksicht auf die technische Spielbarkeit oder andere allgemeine Konventionen des Arrangement. Die Übertragung der Orchesterwerke auf das Soloklavier, also die Anfertigung von „Klavier-Partituren“ aus Beethovenscher Sinfonik war für Liszt zugleich ein Mittel der Werkaneignung! Auch so ist es zu erklären, dass er als Dirigent Beethovenscher Sinfonik sogleich große Erfolge erzielte. Bildrechte:
Music therapy for young children who have special needs ab 58.99 € als Taschenbuch: The music therapy experience from the perspectives of carers and professionals. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Wissenschaft, Medizin,
Robin Russell Gaiser is a certified music practitioner (CMP), a trained specialist who provides therapeutic music to the ill, the elderly, and the dying in hospital, nursing homes, and hospice settings; her music offers respite for them, their families, and friends from the pain, fear, and confusion that frequently accompany the complicated process of dying. The title of her new book, Musical Morphine: Transforming Pain One Note at a Time, reflects Gaiser's encounters with a young woman in constant pain. Nothing helped until Gaiser brought her small harp into the room and began to play. Then the staff, seeing the remarkable effects of the musical intervention, nicknamed Gaiser the "musical morphine". Gaiser describes a CMP as "an agent of holistic healing" for the way music taps into our most profound and often unrecognized physiological, psychological, and emotional places. Medical professionals and writers have written that the book "takes the reader on a positive and sometimes very emotional journey of dedication, hope, and warmth" and is "a moving, inspiring, and hope-giving book for individuals and hospital administrators alike". Musical Morphine: Transforming Pain One Note at a Time speaks not only to those approaching the end of life but also, more importantly, to their caregivers, adult children, and other loved ones. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Robin Gaiser. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/089595/bk_acx0_089595_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
In 1948, the Orioles, a Baltimore-based vocal group, recorded "It's Too Soon to Know". Combining the sound of Tin Pan Alley with gospel and blues sensibilities, the Orioles saw their first hit reach #13 on the pop charts, thus introducing the nation to vocal rhythm & blues and paving the way for the most successful groups of the 1950s. In the first scholarly treatment of this influential musical genre, Stuart Goosman chronicles the Orioles' story and that of myriad other black vocal groups in the postwar period. A few, like the Orioles, Cardinals, and Swallows from Baltimore and the Clovers from Washington, D.C., established the popularity of vocal rhythm & blues nationally. Dozens of other well-known groups (and hundreds of unknown ones) across the country cut records and performed until about 1960. Record companies initially marketed this music as rhythm & blues; today, group harmony continues to resonate for some as "doo-wop". Focusing in particular on Baltimore and Washington and drawing significantly from oral histories, Group Harmony details the emergence of vocal rhythm & blues groups from black urban neighborhoods. Group harmony was a source of empowerment for young singers, for it provided them with a means of expression and some aspect of control over their lives where there were limited alternatives. Through group harmony, young black males celebrated and musically confounded, when they could not overcome, complex issues of race, separatism, and assimilation during the postwar period. Group harmony also became a significant resource for the popular music industry. Goosman interviews dozens of performers, deejays, and industry professionals to examine the entrepreneurial promise of midcentury popular music and chronicle the convergence of music, place, and business, including the business of records, radio, promotion, and song writing. Featured in the book's account of the black urban roots of rhythm & blues are t 1. Language: English. Narrator: Armand Hutton. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/002222/bk_acx0_002222_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The key to finding success in life isn't about who you know, but how you serve. Change the world, one person at a time. College freshmen are lectured about networking on their first day of class. Young professionals race to another boring party so they can be seen and shake hands with someone who might be able to help them - just like the business books and podcasts have instructed. Creatives are chronically obsessed with and depressed by the number of likes, views, and followers on their social media. Anyone embarking upon a new path or business venture has heard the key to success lies in networking - who you know and how they can get you ahead. But according to entertainment attorney Mark H. Maxwell, this is not only untrue, but potentially dangerous to those hoping to succeed. Networking Kills lays out what the Bible and Jesus say about true success. Weaving scripture with Maxwell's own stories from his professional career and pop culture illustrations (John Mayer, Bruce Springsteen, Kim Kardashian, Johnny Cash), Networking Kills examines the need for cultural change concerning our pursuit and definition of "success" in every area of life and shows how serving is actually the key."Christ taught, 'If you want to be great, you must become a servant'," Maxwell says. "And, Martin Luther King, Jr., made it clear, 'Anybody can be great, because anybody can serve.' Even music business super-manager Scooter Braun (Justin Bieber) says, 'Don't live for yourself.... Live for others...that is where you will find true riches in life.' The heart of networking is rooted in selfishness, taking and using, while the great leaders teach us that true success comes through giving, loving others, and serving generously."In Networking Kills, Maxwell shows how:Networking kills creativityNetworking kills authentic relationshipsNetworking kills lifeNetworking kills love 1. Language: English. Narrator: Mark H. Maxwell. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/139594/bk_acx0_139594_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Music therapy is emerging as a valuable tool in early intervention. It has been used for young children with special needs, family centred therapy and hospitalised children to address a wide range of needs. This research project aimed to examine the effects of music therapy by investigating how carers and other professionals perceived their child's music therapy experience. Qualitative method was employed and open-ended questions were used to generate in-depth interview data. A range of themes were derived by using thematic analysis. Examination of the similarities and differences between the clinical notes and the interview data helped validate the outcome of music therapy intervention and gain more insights into effective practice.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Robert Clark founded the Queensland Youth Choir in 1984, originally as a training program for young singers. The choir has since evolved into four performance choirs: Poco Voci, StellaVoce, Vivace Voices and VoiceWorks. The choir's home is the Old Museum Building, and over the years, the choir has produced many well-known music professionals such as Jason Barry-Smith and Tarita Botsman. VoiceWorks is the Queensland Youth Choir's flagship ensemble, with members from 17 to 25 years of age. This ensemble performs all year round, and has had the experience of performing with many famous people, including Michael Crawford, Tina Arena, and Frank Sinatra. VoiceWorks recently competed in Channel 7's Battle of the Choirs where they advanced to the semi-finals and finished in the top four behind University of Newcastle, Vox Synergy and Harambee. This group is under the conductorship of James Dobinson, and entry is by audition.
The volume provides an overview of recent research (within geography and allied disciplines) around the overarching concept of 'safe and accessible places of encounter'. It develops according to three interrelated themes. The first part of the volume examines several of the many spaces children use and that are relevant to the geographies of children and young people including: the city centre and inner city high rise housing, urban versus suburban and rural spaces, local neighbourhoods, the 'home' (for particular groups of children and young people such as child domestic workers in Bangladesh), school playgrounds, services (such as domestic violence shelters), outdoor natural spaces, and "life space" (where music and arts are presented in a non-political space in Bosnia-Herzegovina). The second part examines how notions of safety, protection and risk relate to providing children and young people with good life chances, and accessible spaces that enhance or reduce well-being. This middle section emphasises the debate about risk and the need to balance risk and safety/protection.The final part focuses on policy that builds on the provision/identification of spaces, safety/protection and risk. The emphasis is on how policy at different levels (international-national-local-family) helps provide better spaces of encounter and enhances life chances for children and young people. This section also recognises the different levels of policy making associated with different parts of the world and different regional settings. The gap between policy intentions and outcomes is recognised (e.g Cambodia's policies on orphanage tourism). The policy section includes contributions that relate to planning, education, migration, architecture, health, connection and citizenship, and sustainability. It provides insights into how professionals working in these fields can, through policy, enhance children's and young people's lived experiences and living environments.p
As with television and computers before it, today's mobile technology challenges educators to respond and ensure their work is relevant to students. What's changed is that this portable, cross-contextual way of engaging with the world is driving a more proactive approach to learning on the part of young people.The first full-length authored treatment of the relationship between the centrality of technological development in daily life and its potential as a means of education, Mobile Learning charts the rapid emergence of new forms of mass communication and their potential for gathering, shaping, and analyzing information, studying their transformative capability and learning potential in the contexts of school and socio-cultural change. The focus is on mobile/cell phones, PDAs, and to a lesser extent gaming devices and music players, not as "the next new thing" but meaningfully integrated into education, without objectifying the devices or technology itself. And the book fully grounds readers by offering theoretical and conceptual models, an analytical framework for understanding the issues, recommendations for specialized resources, and practical examples of mobile learning in formal as well as informal educational settings, particularly with at-risk students. Among the topics covered:- Core issues in mobile learning- Mobile devices as educational resources- Socioeconomic approaches to mobile learning- Creating situations that promote mobile learning- Ubiquitous mobility and its implications for pedagogy- Bridging the digital divide at the policy levelMobile Learning is a groundbreaking volume, sure to stimulate both discussion and innovation among educational professionals interested in technology in the context of teaching and learning.