Musical illustration |
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from lat. illustratio – visual image

1) Fragments of music. works (or the whole work) performed during lessons, conversations, lectures by an illustrator pianist or ensemble or reproduced by means of mechanical recording (gramophone, tape recorder)

2) Programs made up of muses. productions, or improvisations, with which pianist-illustrators, ensembles (in large cinemas, sometimes orchestras) accompanied the screening of silent films (see Film music).

3) Music. accompaniment of television and radio programs about music – concerts, essays, musical educational, biographical, dedicated. the lives of musicians, etc. I. m. usually serve as the basis on which the entire program is built.

4) Small excerpts of music. prod. (sometimes several measures), found in special. books about music. Similar I. m. also note examples.

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