Music box lisbon
- What is the Musicbox?
- What is wikinight Musicbox?
- What is the history of urban music in Portugal?
- What is another name for a Musical Box?
- When did the Music Box become popular?
- What is the Music Box movie about?
- What is the music box in FNaF?
- How does the Music Box record music?
- When did Music Box start and end?
- What is the history of organ music in Portugal?
- What is Portugal famous for?
- Who is considered the father of Modern Music in Portugal?
What is the Musicbox?
MusicBox, Cais do Sodré, Lisboa - Inaugurado em 2006, assume-se como um híbrido entre a sala de espectáculos e um espaço de dança. Apresenta uma programação de autor, ecléctica, dando visibilidade a artistas e autores relevantes no panorama nacional e internacional, impulsionando novos projectos e acompanhando novas tendências.
What is wikinight Musicbox?
MusicBox, Cais do Sodré, Lisboa - Wikinight MusicBox, Cais do Sodré, Lisboa - Inaugurado em 2006, assume-se como um híbrido entre a sala de espectáculos e um espaço de dança.
What is the history of urban music in Portugal?
The first example is the Jameson Urban Routes, which was the first indoor festival in Portugal and a self-proclaimed barometer of new trends in urban music.
What is another name for a Musical Box?
Alternative Title: musical box. Music box, also called musical box, mechanical musical instrument that is sounded when tuned metal prongs, or teeth, mounted in a line on a flat comb are made to vibrate by contact with a revolving cylinder or disc that is driven by a clockwork mechanism.
When did the Music Box become popular?
The music box was a popular household instrument from about 1810 until the early 20th century, when the player piano and the phonograph rendered it obsolete. The music box was probably invented about 1770 in Switzerland.
What is the Music Box movie about?
The Music Box is a Laurel and Hardy short film comedy released in 1932. It was directed by James Parrott, produced by Hal Roach and distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. The film, which depicts the pair attempting to move a piano up a large flight of steps, won the first Academy Award for Best Live Action Short Film (Comedy) in 1932.
What is Portuguese music known for?
Portugal is internationally known in the music scene for its traditions of fado, but the country has seen a recent expansion in musical styles, with modern acts from rock to hip hop becoming popular.
What is the history of organ music in Portugal?
Two prominent genres of early Portuguese organ music were the Tento de Meio-Registo (Half-Stop Tento) and the Batalha (Battle). This last form goes back to one of the most famous pieces by Clément Janequin: La bataille de Marignan ou La Guerre, in which the characteristic sounds of a battle are imitated.
What is Portugal famous for?
Being one of the most ancient nation-states in Europe, Portugal is proud of its long music history, which accompanied and strongly contributed to the development of the outstanding music history in Europe.
Who is considered the father of Modern Music in Portugal?
Luís de Freitas Branco (1890–1955) is usually appointed as the «introducer of modernism in Portugal», by his decisive role in the approximation of Portuguese music to the most innovative European aesthetics, namely the Schönberg atonalism and the French impressionism.