- In the German musical system, B natural, or the key of B natural.
- “Hoboken”, the cataloguer of Haydn’s works; H numbers are used instead of opus numbers for the works of Haydn.
The movement from one chord to another, usually in terms of their function.
A series of notes produced above a fundamental (the series includes the fundamental) and sounded in a definite order.
- The study of the structure, progression and relationships of chords.
- When pitches are in agreement, or consonance.
The upper register of the voice.
A heroic tenor with a strong, robust voice.
A half step.
The simultaneous performance of two slightly different versions of the same melody.
A song or poem that praises.
The ASO's First Commercial CD
April 1, 2015
presented by the Austin Symphony and Long Center for the Performing Arts
April 10-11, 2015
Pieces by Dvořák, Elgar & Previn