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Music Comes Alive!
Don't just listen to music, experience it with Music
Conservatory from Voyetra. Take a musical journey through time, listening to
symphonic masterpieces as you learn about the lives and works of great
composers, from the Baroque period through the 20th century. Acquire an
understanding of music theory as you are introduced to notation, rhythm,
tonality and harmony. Enjoy audio and video demonstrations of more than 75 or
the world's most popular orchestral instruments, and consult the musical
glossary for definitions and pronunciation of more than 250 musical terms and
So get inside the music with Music Conservatory. And
experience the exciting world of music as you never have before.
Take a journey through three centuries of Western music
history. Explore the Classical, Baroque, Romantic periods and much more. The
beautifully illustrated text passages and accompanying period music make you
forget you're learning history. You'll feel as though you were there.
Listen to the expressive beauty of more than 75 of the
world's most popular instruments, complete with narrated descriptions and video
demonstrations. The perfect guide to choosing a new instrument.
Learn about the life and times of 14 of the greatest
European and American composers while listening to acclaimed symphonic
performances of their most renowned works.
Take a self-paced music theory course, and learn the
concepts that form the foundations of all music. A quick way to immerse
yourself in music fundamentals.
musical vocabulary with the Music Glossary. From "a capella" to "zither," this
narrated and illustrated reference guide defines more than 250 of the most
important musical terms and concepts.
Includes a Musical Timeline Poster!
IBM PC or compatible computer running Windows 95/98, Pentium
60 or better, 16 MB RAM, 6 MB hard disk space, 640 x 480, 256 color display, 16
bit Windows compatible sound card, 2x or faster CD-ROM drive, MIDI compatible
musical keyboard recommended.
Does not work on Windows XP.
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