Boston University CFA School of Music
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The School of Music at Boston University, founded in 1872, is the oldest degree-granting music program in the United States. The character of the School is shaped by its position at the center of a major university situated in the heart of Boston, a city that takes learning and music seriously. The School is committed to integrating professional training and the study of the liberal arts for undergraduate students. At the graduate level, students participate in a rich intellectual and artisti...
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Schumann: Concerto for Piano in A minor, Op. 54 N/A
I - Allegro affettuoso (15:37) N/A
II - Intermezzo: Andantino grazioso (5:18) N/A
III - Allegro vivace (10:53) N/A
Korngold: Symphony in F sharp major, Op. 40 N/A
I - Moderato, ma energico (13:17) N/A
II - Scherzo: Allegro molto (9:22) N/A
III - Adagio - Lento (14:39) N/A
IV - Finale: Allegro gaio (10:08) N/A
Bernstein: On the Waterfront: Symphonic Suite
On the Waterfront: Symphonic Suite (18:55) N/A
Korngold: The Sea Hawk
Overture to "The Sea Hawk" (7:54) N/A
Berlioz: Grande messe des morts, Op. 5 N/A
Requiem et Kyrie (11:01) N/A
Dies irae (11:57) N/A
Quid sum miser (2:59) N/A
Rex tremendae (5:50) N/A
Quaerens me (4:39) N/A
Lacrymosa (9:51) N/A
Offertorium (9:39) N/A
Hostias (3:17) N/A
Sanctus (10:29) N/A
Agnus Dei (11:29) N/A
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Watch the full HD video of this performance including the pre-concert lecture by BU Professor Andrew Shenton at the BU School of Music's Virtual Co...
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lafseo 4:31 AM - 24 Jun 2014 | Applause: 0
The creation, execution, noteworthiness, and even the meaning of music change as per society and social setting. Music extents from strictly sorted out organizations and their entertainment in execution, through improvisational music to aleatoric structures.
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favorites 12:40 AM - 22 Feb 2014 | Applause: 0
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