First, Charles was born in Boston Massachusetts on August 8th in 1763. Even though Charles traveled to many places and did a lot of exciting projects he still stuck to his roots and was living in Boston Massachusetts when he passed away it was April 15th of 1844 He started his exciting career in 1818. Soon after he graduated from
The Most important events happened in London, England and Paris, France (1775-1790). A major event that happened in London, England was the bad court system that they had. It shows how bad the court system is by how they charged Charles Darnay with treason. Treason is when you betray your own country and/or when you try to kill someone from that country. The public assumed that he’s felonious of betraying the country so Darnay goes on trial to show that he’s not guilty.
Benjamin Rush came into this world in Pennsylvania, only a few spare miles from Philadelphia, during December 1745. Not much is recorded of the future Founding Father during the first few years of his life, but it is known that his father passed away in 1751. Around one or two years after his father’s death, his mother Susanna Hall Harvey sent Benjamin to live with Dr. Samuel Finley. Immediately after his arrival, Dr. Finley ensured that Benjamin would become educated. He later joined the College of New Jersey, then returned to Philadelphia.
Although none of his family members were musically involved, he began playing the guitar at a young age. In the Dominican Republic at the time, getting far with a career in music was not the best route for success. His mother felt that first, he would need to obtain a good job, and then later he would be able to play music as well. So, he chose to study philosophy and literature at a University in Santo Domingo, which did not last long. He decided to pursue music by studying guitar and music theory at a music school in Santo Domingo.
The after that he went to London where he studied law for another six years,then at the age of 26 he went home to Maryland only now he could speak French fluently and was a accomplished horseman. When he got home his dad gave him Carrollton manor that is why he is called Charles Carroll of Carrollton. . Now I would like to talk a little bit about his family.
Charles Christopher Parker Jr. was born on August 29, 1920, in Kansas City, Kansas. He moved with his parent to Missouri in 1927. As a teenager Charles discovered his musical talent through public school. He began playing the saxophone when he was thirteen, quitting school when he was fifteen to become a full time musician with the alto saxophone. During the years 1935-1939, Charles played in many nightclubs with other local jazz and blue bands touring Chicago and New York (Charlie Parker Biography).
Thanksgiving a time where people sit around the table and be thankful for the things they have. However, many people know of how it became a holiday, but people don’t know is who started this holiday. The man who had started Thanksgiving was named William Bradford; It started from his marriage ceremony in the New World where the (Johnson) Wampanoags Native Americans (Whitehurst and Ruffin 18) brought over turkeys and deer to feast on (Johnson). William Bradford was the second governor of Plymouth for his wisdom and leadership; he ran for governor for thirty years with a five year break.
born on December 23, 1929, in Yale, Oklahoma. At 16 dropped out of school to join the Army. He played in bands during his two stints in the armed forces as well as San Francisco jazz clubs while he was stationed in that city. He found admiration in the music of Miles Davis he became involved in the Los Angeles jazz scene. In 1952 his musical career began to prosper after he earned the chance to play the exceptional jazz musician Charlie Parker.
He had just finished the last recording for the T.V. special that very same day. when he died they had to find someone else to make the music for the show, but nobody was able to compose music the same. He was the signature theme for charlie brown specials. Many people liked his music and looked up to him. They couldn’t see another person playing for Charlie Brown, because Guaraldi made his music so different from everyone that it was difficult to replicate.
This man was Joe King Oliver, the famous composer. Oliver started his life out as a trombone player, which is where one can assume his interest in music came from. As he grew older, he changed from playing trombone in a band, to soon heading his own band. Here he worked on the traditional music stylings. This all changed however, when he moved to Chicago in 1921.
Franz Joseph Hadyn’s musical talent started at an early age, paving ways to future success. On March 31, 1732, he was born in a small village in Rohrau, Austria. At a young age, Haydn’s susceptibility to music proved to be significant, as this genesis later painted the life of the talented composer. Today, he is often referred to as the “Father of the Symphony” and the “Father of the String Quartet.” At the age of six, a relative who worked as a choirmaster and school principal near Hainburg took note of Haydn’s early on set musical talent and decided to work with the young boy.
Franz Joseph Haydn was a classical music composer,who was also referred to as “The father of Symphonies, during of course the classical music period. The classical music period was from 1750-1820. Haydn was born on March 31st in 1732. Haydn was the second child of the family. His mother 's name was Maria Haydn,she was a cook for the lord 's and his father name was Mathias Haydn, he was a wheelwright.
Unlike Mozart, Beethoven had a hard enough life in Germany. At the age of eleven Beethoven was supporting his mother and two siblings, by performing as an organist and harpsichordist. At the age of seventeen Beethoven had the opportunity to study under Mozart. Mozart believed that “he will make a noise in the world some day.” However, Beethoven wasn’t able to study long, because his mother had became ill.
On his own he worked many different jobs, studied counterpoint through the standard textbooks and at times took composition lessons from noted Italian composer, Nicola Porpora. Not only was he a valet-accompanist to him but with Porpora, he would learn what Haydn called, “the true fundamentals of composition.” Briefly within the ten years, he absorbed some knowledge from Baron Karl Josef von Furnberg. Eventually he made progress in learning chamber music, to writing his first string quartets. His reason for writing string quartets is because during the summer of 1757, only three other musicians were on hand when asked to participate in chamber music performances at
Wolfgang was influenced and taught by his father Leopold. Leopold was a famous violinist, and was known mostly for writing a very famous violin-playing manual. His father led Mozart to master the art of composition at a very early age, according to Biography.com. Born in 1756 to a family of four, Mozart’s family consisted of his mother Anna Maria, his father Leopold Mozart, and his sister Maria Anna. Mozart