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📒Concise Introduction To Tonal Harmony ✍ L. Poundie Burstein
📝Concise Introduction to Tonal Harmony Book Synopsis :
📒Introduction To Post Tonal Theory ✍ Joseph N. Straus
📝Introduction to Post Tonal Theory Book Synopsis : Now published by Norton, Introduction to Post-Tonal Theory has been thoroughly updated to reflect the latest developments in the field, with additional coverage of transformational theory and voice leading. The Fourth Edition helps students identify key theoretical points and guides them through the process of analysis, while also offering new recently composed musical examples—all at an exceptional value.
📒Compendium Of Chords For The Cello ✍ Benjamin Whitcomb
📝Compendium of Chords for the Cello Book Synopsis : There are many resources for practicing scales and arpeggios on the cello, but there are extremely few for practicing chords. Understanding chords on the cello can be a very useful skill for cellists for a variety of reasons, the most obvious of which is that chords appear a number of times in the cello repertoire. In addition, understanding chords helps you to think harmonically, helps you to better analyze music, improves your ability to sight-read and to play arpeggios and double-stops, helps the fingers of your left hand to work better together as a team, and facilitates composition and improvisation.
📒Richard Strauss ✍ Bryan Gilliam
📝Richard Strauss Book Synopsis : As we approach the fiftieth anniversary of Richard Stauss's death, scholarly interest in the composer continues to grow. Despite what was once a tendency by musicologists to overlook or deny Strauss's importance, these essays firmly place the German composer in the musical mainstream and situate him among the most influential composers of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Originally published in 1992, this volume examines Strauss's life and work from a number of approaches and during various periods of his long career, opening up unique corridors of insight into a crucial time in German history. Contributors discuss Strauss as a young composer steeped in a conservative instrumental tradition, as a brash young modernist tone poet of the 1890s, as an important composer of twentieth-century German opera, and as a cultural icon manipulated by the national socialists during the 1930s and early 1940s. Individual essays use Strauss's creative work as a framework for larger musicological questions such as the tension between narrative and structure in program music, the problem of extended tonality at the turn of the century, stylistic choice versus stylistic obligation, and conflicting perspectives of progressive versus conservative music. This collection will interest Strauss scholars, musicologists, and those interested in the artistic and cultural life of Germany from 1880 through the Second World War. Contributors. Kofi Agawu, Günter Brosche, Bryan Gilliam, Stephen Hefling, James A. Hepokoski, Timothy L. Jackson, Michael Kennedy, Lewis Lockwood, Barbara A. Peterson, Pamela Potter, Reinhold Schlötterer, R. Larry Todd
📒Harmony In Context ✍ Paul Steinitz
📝Harmony in context Book Synopsis : A concise introduction to traditional harmony in its musical and historical setting.
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📒Nineteenth Century Chamber Music ✍ Stephen Hefling
📝Nineteenth Century Chamber Music Book Synopsis : First Published in 2004. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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📒The Rough Guide To Classical Music ✍ Joe Staines
📝The Rough Guide to Classical Music Book Synopsis : This expanded and completely revised fifth edition is a unique ebook, spanning a thousand years of music from Gregorian chant via Bach and Beethoven to current leading lights such as Thomas Adès and Kaija Saariaho. There are concise biographical profiles of more than 200 composers and informative summaries of the major compositions in all genres, from chamber works to operatic epics. Topics such as the influence of jazz, notation, conducting, the madrigal, and why Stradivarius made such great violins are covered fully in feature boxes. The Rough Guide to Classical Music in a new ebook (PDF) fromat has been praised for its mix of well-known composers with more obscure, but interesting, figures (like Antoine Brumel and Barbara Strozzi), and for the way it takes contemporary music seriously.