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Ride of The Valkyries MIDI

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What is MIDI?
The Musical Instrument Digital (MIDI) Interface file is what the MIDI file extension stands for.
It's different from regular audio files like WAVs or MP3s because it doesn't contain the actual sound.
Because of this, it's a lot smaller.
In 1982, MIDI's first instruments, the Roland Jupiter-6 and the Prophet 600 came out.




Who is Wagner?

For each of his stage works, Wilhelm Richard Wagner wrote both the words and the music.
His idea of the Gesamtkunstwerk changed the way opera was done ("total work of art")
He tried to bring together poetry, visual art, music, and drama, with music taking a back seat to the drama.
His improvements to musical language had a big effect on how classical music grew and changed.
People sometimes say that Tristan und Isolde was the first piece of modern music.
He had the Bayreuth Festspielhaus, an opera house with a lot of new ideas in its design, built.
Both "The Ring" and "Parsifal" were first shown here.


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The Story of Ride of The Valkyries

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The main theme of "Ride," called "Walkürenritt," was written down for the first time by the composer on July 23, 1851.
In 1854, the first draft of the opera was written.
By the end of March 1856, the whole opera had been written, including the orchestration.
It is the only group piece in the first three operas of Wagner's Ring cycle. The only other group piece is the song of the Rhinemaidens in Das Rheingold.
Die Walküre was first performed in its entirety on June 26, 1870, at the National Theater in Munich. This was not what the composer had planned.
By January of the following year, Wagner was getting requests to perform "Ride" on its own. He wrote that doing so would be "an utter indiscretion" and forbade "any such thing."
Still, the piece was printed and sold in Leipzig, so Wagner wrote to the publisher Schott to complain.
Wagner stopped the ban after the Ring had been performed at Bayreuth in 1876.


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