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  • it might be quite an original idea for the orchestra to start, say, in C major, and then, through a series of discords the instruments should divide,
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  • quoted in Clean Your House & Everything In It (1982) by Eugenia Chapman and Jill C. Major, p. 100 Wikipedia has an article about: Malcolm Forbes
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  • 9 in C major, Op. 103 (1947) is a sonata for solo piano composed in 1947 and consists of four movements. The Ninth Sonata—in the key of C major—is notable
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  • Sergei Prokofiev's Piano Sonata no. 5 in C major, Op. 38 (1923) and Op. 135 (revised 1952-53) is a sonata for solo piano. [T]he neoclassical streak of
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  • movement of the C major Fantasy with with wide-arched lines and a luminous quality of tone. A paradoxical and fearsome pianist. Harold C. Schonberg, The
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  • théorique, p. 59. Paris. In f-major, c* [a C major chord] is a sonority contained within the overtones of the tonic f* [a F major chord]. ibid, p. 14. Rameau
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  • The Fantasie in C major, Op. 17, was written by Robert Schumann in 1836. Durch alle Töne tönet Im bunten Erdentraum Ein leiser Ton gezogen Für den
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  • "A Few Pages of Notes," The Smart Set (January 1915) A Little Book in C Major (1916) Of all escape mechanisms, death is the most efficient. A Book of
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  • learned from being in the army, it's never ignore a pooh-pooh! I knew a major: got pooh-poohed; made the mistake of ignoring the pooh-pooh -- he pooh-poohed
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  • him play the Chopin etudes and it was remarkable. In the first one in C major not a single note fell under the piano. It was fantastic. He heard me play
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  • Democracy (section C)
    want, and deserve to get it good and hard. H.L. Mencken, A Little Book in C Major (1916), p. 19 Civilization, in fact, grows more and more maudlin and hysterical;
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  • the rest of the symphony: a movement from darkness to light, from C minor to C major, from the battering of fate to joyous triumph. The compaction of
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  • women agree: they both distrust women. H. L. Mencken, A Little Book in C Major (1916), p. 59. I expect that woman will be the last thing civilized by
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  • the three Nouvelles Etudes for Moscheles. In the first Etude, Op. 10, in C major, we find a modernized version of the Prelude no. 1 of the Well-Tempered
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  • preceding symphonies. Yet though it hardly exceeds the first symphony (in C major) in the breadth of its forms, it is at least far superior to it in three
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  • piano, and played superbly Bach’s Partita No. 2 in C Minor, three Scarlatti sonatas, Schumann’s C Major Fantasia and the first book of Debussy preludes.
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  • well is "move" people -- make them feel something. So, if you played a C major chord to pretty much any person on the planet, they'd say that it sounds
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  • chimpanzee driven to a state of sexual ecstasy, simply by listening to a C major seventh chord played over and over. I saw, I saw it with my own eyes. Darren:
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  • Jacob: Funny. Bra'tac: Teal'c! Are you hurt? Teal'c: Indeed. Bra'tac: Where? Teal'c: My pride. Jacob: Sam. Sam. Major Carter: (grimacing) ugh. Jacob:
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  • Stargate SG-1 (redirect Teal'c)
    Jacob: Funny. Bra'tac: Teal'c! Are you hurt? Teal'c: Indeed. Bra'tac: Where? Teal'c: My pride. Jacob: Sam. Sam. Major Carter: (grimacing) ugh. Jacob:
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