Baltimore a beaucoup contribué à la musique de l'État du Maryland. Une partie des grandes lignes de cette histoire se sont écrites au Concordia Hall et au Lyric Opera House, qui abrite l'opéra de Baltimore et d'autres grandes troupes du spectacle.

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  • Baltimore a beaucoup contribué à la musique de l'État du Maryland. Une partie des grandes lignes de cette histoire se sont écrites au Concordia Hall et au Lyric Opera House, qui abrite l'opéra de Baltimore et d'autres grandes troupes du spectacle.
  • The music of Baltimore, the largest city in Maryland, can be documented as far back as 1784, and the city has become a regional center for Western classical music and jazz. Early Baltimore was home to popular opera and musical theatre, and an important part of the music of Maryland, while the city also hosted several major music publishing firms until well into the 19th century, when Baltimore also saw the rise of native musical instrument manufacturing, specifically pianos and woodwind instruments. African American music existed in Baltimore during the colonial era, and the city was home to vibrant black musical life by the 1860s. Baltimore's African American heritage to the start of the 20th century included ragtime and gospel music. By the end of that century, Baltimore jazz had become a well-recognized scene among jazz fans, and produced a number of local performers to gain national reputations. The city was a major stop on the African American East Coast touring circuit, and it remains a popular regional draw for live performances. Baltimore has produced a wide range of modern rock, punk and metal bands and several indie labels catering to a variety of audiences.Music education throughout Maryland conforms to state standards, implemented by the Baltimore City Public School System. Music is taught to all age groups, and the city is also home to several institutes of higher education in music. The Peabody Institute's Conservatory is the most renowned music education facility in the area, and has been one of the top nationally for decades. The city is also home to a number of other institutes of higher education in music, the largest being nearby Towson University. The Peabody sponsors performances of many kinds, many of them classical or chamber music. Baltimore is home to the Baltimore Opera and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, among other similar performance groups. Major music venues in Baltimore include the nightclubs and other establishments that offer live entertainment clustered in Fells Point and Federal Hill.
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  • Baltimore: The Nineteenth Century Black Capital
  • Music at Ford's Grand Opera House
  • The Baltimore City Colored Orchestra and the City Colored Chorus
  • A History of Municipal Music in Baltimore, 1914-1947
  • The Da Capo Jazz and Blues Lover's Guide to the U.S.
  • Musical Maryland: Three Centuries of Song in the Land of Pleasant Living
  • A Guide to the Baltimore Stage in the Eighteenth Century
  • New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, Volume 2: Aristoxenus to Bax
  • Baltimore's Music: The Haven of the American Composer
  • Just My Soul Responding: Rhythm and Blues, Black Consciousness, and Race
  • The Power of Black Music: Interpreting Its History from Africa to the United States
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  • Baltimore a beaucoup contribué à la musique de l'État du Maryland. Une partie des grandes lignes de cette histoire se sont écrites au Concordia Hall et au Lyric Opera House, qui abrite l'opéra de Baltimore et d'autres grandes troupes du spectacle.
  • The music of Baltimore, the largest city in Maryland, can be documented as far back as 1784, and the city has become a regional center for Western classical music and jazz.
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