A Conductor's Guide to Nineteenth-Century Choral-Orchestral Works
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BeschreibungThis text serves as a field guide to the principal choral-orchestral repertoire of the nineteenth century. It provides conductors with the information they will need to make programming decisions, and it provides scholars with a starting point for research on these works.
InhaltsverzeichnisPart 1 Preface Part 2 The Works Chapter 3 Beach, Mrs. H. H. A. Chapter 4 Beethoven, Ludwig van Chapter 5 Berlioz, Hector Chapter 6 Brahms, Johannes Chapter 7 Bruch, Max Chapter 8 Bruckner, Anton Chapter 9 Cherubini, Luigi Chapter 10 Coleridge-Taylor, Samuel Chapter 11 Delibes, Leo Chapter 12 Dvorak, Antonin Chapter 13 Elgar, Edward Chapter 14 Faure, Gabriel Chapter 15 Gounod, Charles Francois Chapter 16 Liszt, Franz Chapter 17 Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix Chapter 18 Messager, Andre Chapter 19 Paine, John Knowles Chapter 20 Parker, Horatio Chapter 21 Puccini, Giacomo Chapter 22 Rimsky-Korsakov, Nikolai Chapter 23 Rossini, Gioachino Chapter 24 Saint-Saens, Camille Chapter 25 Schubert, Franz Chapter 26 Schumann, Robert Chapter 27 Scriabin, Alexander Chapter 28 Strauss, Richard Chapter 29 Tchaikovsky, Piotr Ilyich Chapter 30 Verdi, Giuseppe Part 31 Appendix: Text Sources Part 32 About the Author
PortraitJonathan D. Green is a composer, a conductor, and Dean of the College at Sweet Briar College. He is the author of A Conductor's Guide to the Choral-Orchestral Works of J.S. Bach (Scarecrow Press, 2000); A Conductor's Guide to Choral Orchestral Works, Twentieth-Century, volume 1 (Scarecrow Press, 1994) and volume 2 (Scarecrow Press, 1998), and A Conductor's Guide to Choral-Orchestral Works, Classical Period (Scarecrow Press, 2001).
PressestimmenGreen presents useful data on 28 nineteenth-century composers... This reference source will assist conductors of professional, university, or community choruses... It can also serve as a basic guide for those researching specific compositions. American Reference Books Annual This new imprint represents another exceptional reference contribution by Jonathan D. Green... An impressive array of information helpful to conductors in researching and programming concerts... Green provides such a breadth and thoroughness of information and performance knowledge in this book that it deserves a strong recommendation. -- James Deffenbaugh Notes: The Quarterly Journal of the Music Library Association, March 2009 Green's book is accurate and well organized ... Green offers the young conductor, amateur, and part-time director the information needed to make informed programming decisions on less-frequently performed works based on the abilities of their ensembles. Additionally, he provides a few cautionary tidbits about difficulties in rehearsal or performance that might head off a few musical catastrophes. For the scholar, Green provides a starting point for the repertoire and its literature. For the librarian, this monograph is a handy reference and an invaluable collection development tool. Ultimately, the greatest value in Green's monographs is the collocation of an entire repertoire within a single unified set. Fontes Artis Musicae, Spring 2009
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: SCARECROW PRESS INC
Erscheinungsdatum: Dezember 2007
Seitenanzahl: 336 Seiten