Some articles on information, music, music information centre:
... In telecommunication, an information-transfer transaction is a coordinated sequence of user and telecommunications system actions that cause information ... An information-transfer transaction usually consists of three consecutive phases called the access phase, the information transfer phase, and the disengagement phase ...
... (1972) Donemus Philip Bračanin (b.1942) Concerto for viola and orchestra (1990) Australian Music Centre M ... the Death of Kurt Cobain for viola and piano (1994, 1999) Canadian Music Centre Edvard Fliflet Bræin (1924–1976) Serenade for viola and orchestra (1947) Edition Harald Lyche Johannes Brahms ... by Vadim Borisovsky Album of 6 Pieces, International Music Company Wie Melodien zieht es mir (Soft Strains of Music Drifting) for viola and piano, Op ...
... and string orchestra (1982) Swedish Music Information Centre Konsertstycke (Concert Piece) for viola and piano (1983) Swedish Music Information Centre Ragnar Søderlind (b. 86 (2002–2003) Music Information Centre Norway Friesische Landschaft for viola and piano, Op ... viola and string orchestra (1946) Swedish Music Information Centre Zwei Inventionen (Two Inventions) for clarinet or viola and piano (organ ad libitum) (1955) Hans ...
... Haag (1939–2005) Andata e Ritorno, Concertante Music for viola, cello and string orchestra, Op. 24 (1982) Möseler Verlag Trifolium, Music for viola solo, Op ... Eilert Hægeland (1951–2004) Sonatina for viola and piano (1993) Music Information Centre Norway Daron Hagen (b ...
2 in B♭ major for viola and orchestra (c.1770) Gems Music Publications Concerto No. 3 in A major for viola and orchestra Gems Music Publications 6 Duos for 2 violas Edition Schott 6 Duos for violin and viola, Op. 12 Gems Music Publications 6 Duos for violin and viola, Op ...
Famous quotes containing the words centre, music and/or information:
“A daze had come over his mind, he had another centre of consciousness. In his breast, or in his bowels, somewhere in his body, there had started another activity.”
—D.H. (David Herbert)
“From where Pans cavern is
Intolerable music falls.
Foul goat-head, brutal arm appear,
Belly, shoulder, bum,
Flash fishlike; nymphs and satyrs
Copulate in the foam.”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)
“Computers are good at swift, accurate computation and at storing great masses of information. The brain, on the other hand, is not as efficient a number cruncher and its memory is often highly fallible; a basic inexactness is built into its design. The brains strong point is its flexibility. It is unsurpassed at making shrewd guesses and at grasping the total meaning of information presented to it.”
—Jeremy Campbell (b. 1931)