The Perfect Products for Music Appreciation
Music lovers and students can gain a broad perspective of classical music history with this beautiful art print. Time lines are used to show the relative creative periods of the great composers with typical popular works. World events and noted thinkers and philosophers of each period are noted on the bottom.
Our time-line posters is beautiful and educational addition to your home or office. At a glance see the historical development of opera, from its origins in Renaissance Italy to the present. REPRINTING IN 2014
usicposters.com provides music history and appreciation for the beginning music lover to the most accomplished music aficionado. We cover multiple musical genres, from classical to jazz, rock and roll to country music. We've been bringing students, teachers, and fans to the joys of music since 1991. Our posters make the perfect gift for any music lover.
Each 24" X 36" music posters is a "4 year college-level music education course rolled up into a tube!" The youngest music listener can now stand next to the most learned scholar and both have equal footing as they view a poster together. Children love the bright colors and easy to read format and teachers enjoy the intuitive layout and the incredible amount of detail in each poster. Our posters have sold at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, The Metropolitan Opera, and The Museum of Modern Art in New York City. It has never before been sold on the Internet!
Listening to any artist/composer on a poster reveals relationships to other artists/composers who influenced them and those whose works were influenced by earlier compositions. Each poster teaches music history and music appreciation. On any popular radio station listeners might hear all of the artists/composers featured on a poster but also various unlisted works.
Posters have been used by teachers starting with kindergarten students all the way to college seniors.
Birthday of Alexander Borodin, known for In the Steppes of Central Asia and Prince Igor
Birthday of Hector Berlioz best known for his compositions Symphonie fantastique and Grande messe des morts (Requiem)
Birthday of Austrian composer Franz Schubert, best known for his lieder (songs for piano and voice)
Students, Music Teachers, Music Aficionados, Classical Music Lovers, Classical Music Teachers, Music Historians, Classical Music Historians, Classical Musicians:Enjoyment of individual works or music of any composer will be enhanced by sampling other music of the same period as well as earlier and later works. The Musical History Map© serves as a simple graphic guide to a representative number of classical composers with typical works indicated. A music appreciation course based on this map would highlight the special historical significance of Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Brahms, Wagner, and Richard Strauss. Generally, judged by the estimated number of available recordings, the 25 most popular composers also include Schubert, Tchaikovsky, Haydn, Chopin, Vivaldi, Debussy, Ravel, Liszt, Schumann, Prokofiev, Dvorak, Handel, Verdi, Mendelssohn, Stravinsky, Rachmaninoff, Sibelius, Shostakovich, and Mahler.
Philosophy, science, and historical events shape the
The Musical History map and The Opera History map are highly interacting music educational products. Both musical history "Maps" convey deeper meanings and understandings in classical musical history and classical music appreciation.These maps are both for educators and students alike to enjoy!
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