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The colonial era in America began in 1607 with the colonization of Jamestown, Virginia. Music .... In the 18th century, Americans composed a number of their own hymns, often .... One of his compositions, "My Days Have Been So Wondrous Free", is well-remembered as the first art song from the United States ( though this is ...

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Visual art of the United States or American art is visual art made in the United States or by U.S. ... But in the later 18th century two U.S. artists, Benjamin West and John .... As with music and literature, this development was delayed until artists ...

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Thomas Walter from Roxbury, Massachusetts and titled: The Grounds and Rules of Musick Explained, or An Introduction to the Art of ...

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North America, with the temperate climate of the Eastern ... of idealism produced its own types of art, architecture, music and ...

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After printing, the next significant influence on music performance was the gradual ... In the 18th century, national performance styles tended again to merge , ... The heyday of the concert artist began before Haydn's first journey to London, and it ... virtuosos traveling throughout Europe and, later, North and South America.

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Colonial Williamsburg journal, a popular history magazine about historic ... They provide another means of understanding eighteenth-century America. ... He teaches arts and humanities at Virginia Tech's Center for Interdisciplinary Studies , ...

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British influence on American music continued to be strong in the early 18th Century. ... the 19th century and recorded many times by early recording artists.

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In music, Romanticism, along with new opportunities for earning a livelihood as a musician or composer, ... American Civil War ... replaced the ideals of order, symmetry, and form espoused by the classicists of the late eighteenth century. ... Conversely, music gained popularity in the intimate nineteenth-century parlor. At the ...

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By the second quarter of the eighteenth century, British colonists of all ranks were experiencing a consumer revolution.”