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Although Spanish music has deep history and their had been great debate on its origin. Spanish music played an important role in embossing western classical music; composers are widely credited for their creational work and vitality in this field.
as music is vast field to discover so there is much to be explained about it. it is also said that guitar and other basic instruments for any music solely belongs to spain as they were the master in this field. classical music in spain in the early eighties and late nighties reached its climax during Hapsburg ruled most parts of Europe hence there have also been muslim influence in the area.
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JSTOR: The Music of Spain
The Music of Spain. By Gilbert Chase. pp. 375. (Dent, London, I943.) 2Is. In the April number of' Music & Letters' the present reviewer, welcoming a book on ...
740-353 The Music of Spain
740-353/453 THE MUSIC OF SPAIN. Credit points: 10.0 Lecturer: Associate Professor J ... Chase G The Music of Spain 1959 Dover. Further information: ...
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The estribillo was especially important to the villancico style; Gilbert Chase, author of The Music of Spain, indicates that it was emblematic of the ...
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MEDIEVAL MUSIC OF SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA
The Music of Spain. New York: ww Norton and Co., 1941. Reese, Gustave. Music in the Middle Ages. New York: ww Norton and Co., 1940, pp. 244-248. ...
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The Music of Spain. By Gilbert Chase, pp.375. (Dent, London, 1943.) 21s. In the April number of ' Music & Letters ' the present reviewer, welcoming a book ...
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Isaac Albéniz - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gilbert Chase, in his book The Music of Spain, describes Pedrell’s influence .... Gilbert Chase, The Music of Spain, Dover Publications Inc. New York, 1959. ...
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York: ww Norton, 1966), 120. 2. Gilbert Chase, The Music of Spain (1941; 2d rev. ed., New York: Dover, 1959), 194. Page 2 ...
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See G. Chase, The Music of Spain (1960) and S. Demarquez, Manuel de Falla (tr. 1968). ..... See G. Chase, The Music of Spain (1960) and S. Demarquez, ...
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Program for The New York Chamber Ensemble
His Hungarian Dances, based on folk tunes he had collected, are prime examples; many are permeated with the gypsy flavor often found in the music of Spain. ...
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Gilbert Chase, in his book: "The Music of Spain," (page 262) states: "The music of Spain choreography is purely a Creole development. ...
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