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Small Plate: Musical Texture

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Adventures in Classical Music Small Plates: Musical Texture. A small taste of the Adventures in Classical Music series, this one on Musical Texture.
We look at the use of texture, be it tactile, visual or aural. In non-musical contexts, it could be the feel in the mouth of a chocolate shake vs. a carbonated drink; the feel in one's fingers of grains of sand vs. bread dough; the difference between the looks and feels of wool and satin.
Musical texture is the quality of sound that is characterized by the number of musical voices and the relationship between them.

• This “Small Plate” is an appetizer. If you are interested in a whole course, check out the series:
There are 6 courses in the series:
1. The Elements of Music.
2. Middle Ages and Renaissance Music (~500-1600).
3. Baroque Period (1600-1750).
4. Classical Period (1750-1927).
5. Romantic Period (1827-1900).
6. The Modern Period (1900-present).

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• When you purchase your package, I will respond with an email in which you will receive a link/password to the course.
• Thank you for your interest. No refunds after purchase. Once purchased, you will enjoy a lifetime access to these lectures.
• Please take a moment and visit adventuresinclassicalmusic.com (homepage link above) to read a few testimonials submitted by students about these courses, as they testify to my passion and command of the subject matter.

About Bill Neely

Though I've lived in San Francisco since 1977, I grew up in Newton, Massachusetts, which is just outside of Boston. I attended University of Massachusetts in Amherst, where I got my Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education, with minors in Music History and Conducting. I then went to University of Colorado in Boulder, where I got my Master’s Degree in Vocal Performance.

I have been teaching at Santa Rosa Junior College since 2000. Prior to that, I had taught at Napa Valley College. I have taught Applied Voice, Repertoire and Diction in 4 languages: German, French, Italian and English, General Music Appreciation, Music Appreciation: The Romantic Period and Music Appreciation: 20th Century, in addition to general Music Appreciation.

In my other life, I am a classical singer in the San Francisco Bay Area, enjoying performing in many operas, musicals and choral concerts. Since 2002, I've also been a sometime extra-chorister with San Francisco Opera. Some of my favorite solo performances have been the title roles of Mozart's Don Giovanni, Sweeney Todd and The Man of La Mancha, Baron Scarpia in Puccini's Tosca, Count Almaviva in Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro, Danilo in Lehar's The Merry Widow, Voltaire/Pangloss in Bernstein's Candide, and most recently, Dr. Falke in Strauss’ Die Fledermaus.