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Synopsis : Piano concerto no 26 in D major K 537 written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, published by Dover Publications which was released on 1991. Download Piano concerto no 26 in D major K 537 Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Superb facsimile of priceless handwritten score in Pierpont Morgan Library in New York. -- Superb facsimile of priceless handwritten score in Pierpont Morgan Library in New York. Study Mozart’s original intentions, revisions, etc.—just as they flowed from his pen. An informative introduction by Alan Tyson, noted British musicologist, offers perceptive analysis of the manuscript and its distinguishing features. 121 black-and-white illus.
Type: BOOK - Published: 1991 - Publisher: Dover Publications
Superb facsimile of priceless handwritten score in Pierpont Morgan Library in New York. Study Mozart’s original intentions, revisions, etc.—just as they flowed from his pen. An informative introduction by Alan Tyson, noted British musicologist, offers perceptive analysis of the manuscript and its distinguishing features. 121 black-and-white illus.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2005-10-13 - Publisher: Scarecrow Press
Also Available: Orchestral Music Online This fourth edition of the highly acclaimed, classic sourcebook for planning orchestral programs and organizing rehearsals has been expanded and revised to feature 42% more compositions over the third edition, with clearer entries and a more useful system of appendixes. Compositions cover the standard repertoire for American orchestra. Features from the previous edition that have changed and new additions include: · Larger physical format (8.5 x 11 vs. 5.5 x 8.5) · Expanded to 6400 entries and almost 900 composers (only 4200 in 3rd Ed.) · Merged with the American Symphony Orchestra League's OLIS (Orchestra Library Information Service) · Enhanced specific information on woodwind & brass doublings · Lists of required percussion equipment for many works · New, more intuitive format for instrumentation · More contents notes and durations of individual movements · Composers' citizenship, birth and death dates and places, integrated into the listings · Listings of useful websites for orchestra professionals
Type: BOOK - Published: 2006-11-06 - Publisher: Routledge
Twelve-tone and serial music were dominant forms of composition following World War II and remained so at least through the mid-1970s. In 1961, Ann Phillips Basart published the pioneering bibliographic work in the field.
Type: BOOK - Published: 1986 - Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
An accessible yet comprehensive guide for the radio listener, record collector, and occasional concertgoer describes more than seven hundred musical pieces and their composers, proceeding chronologically from Vivaldi to Hans Werner Henze
Type: BOOK - Published: 2000-10-26 - Publisher: Oxford University Press
Michael Steinberg's 1996 volume The Symphony: A Reader's Guide received glowing reviews across America. It was hailed as "wonderfully clear...recommended warmly to music lovers on all levels" (Washington Post), "informed and thoughtful" (Chicago Tribune), and "composed by a master stylist" (San Francisco Chronicle). Seiji Ozawa wrote that "his beautiful and effortless prose speaks from the heart." Michael Tilson Thomas called The Symphony "an essential book for any concertgoer." Now comes the companion volume--The Concerto: A Listener's Guide. In this marvelous book, Steinberg discusses over 120 works, ranging from Johann Sebastian Bach in the 1720s to John Adams in 1994. Readers will find here the heart of the standard repertory, among them Bach's Brandenburg Concertos, eighteen of Mozart's piano concertos, all the concertos of Beethoven and Brahms, and major works by Mendelssohn, Schumann, Liszt, Bruch, Dvora'k, Tchaikovsky, Grieg, Elgar, Sibelius, Strauss, and Rachmaninoff. The book also provides luminous introductions to the achievement of twentieth-century masters such as Arnold Schoenberg, Be'la Barto'k, Igor Stravinsky, Alban Berg, Paul Hindemith, Sergei Prokofiev, Aaron Copland, and Elliott Carter. Steinberg examines the work of these musical giants with unflagging enthusiasm and bright style. He is a master of capturing the expressive, dramatic, and emotional values of the music and of conveying the historical and personal context in which these wondrous works were composed. His writing blends impeccable scholarship, deeply felt love of music, and entertaining whimsy. Here then is a superb journey through one of music's richest and most diverse forms, with Michael Steinberg along as host, guide, and the best of companions.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2017-09-21 - Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Mozart's greatest works were written in Vienna in the decade before his death (1781–1791). This biography focuses on Mozart's dual roles as a performer and composer and reveals how his compositional processes are affected by performance-related concerns. It traces consistencies and changes in Mozart's professional persona and his modus operandi and sheds light on other prominent musicians, audience expectations, publishing, and concert and dramatic practices and traditions. Giving particular prominence to primary sources, Simon P. Keefe offers new biographical and critical perspectives on the man and his music, highlighting his extraordinary ability to engage with the competing demands of singers and instrumentalists, publishing and public performance, and concerts and dramatic productions in the course of a hectic, diverse and financially uncertain freelance career. This comprehensive and accessible volume is essential for Mozart lovers and scholars alike, exploring his Viennese masterpieces and the people and environments that shaped them.