Classical Concert Studies PDF EPUB Download

Classical Concert Studies also available in docx and mobi. Read Classical Concert Studies online, read in mobile or Kindle.

Classical Concert Studies

A Companion to Contemporary Research and Performance

Author: Martin Tröndle

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN:

Category: Music

Page: 362

View: 385

Classical Concert Studies: A Companion to Contemporary Research and Performance is a landmark publication that maps out a new interdisciplinary field of Concert Studies, offering fresh ways of understanding the classical music concert in the twenty-first century. It brings together essays, research articles, and case studies from scholars and music professionals including musicians, music managers, and concert designers. Gathering both historical and contemporary cases, the contributors draw on approaches from sociology, ethnology, musicology, cultural studies, and other disciplines to create a rich portrait of the classical concert’s past, present, and future. Based on two earlier volumes published in German under the title Das Konzert (The Concert), and with a selection of new chapters written for the English edition, this companion enables students, researchers, and practitioners in the classical and contemporary music fields to understand this emerging field of research, go beyond traditional disciplinary boundaries and methodologies, and spark a renaissance for the classical concert.

Classical Concert Studies

A Companion to Contemporary Research and Performance

Author:

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 380

View: 810

Classical Concert Studies: A Companion to Contemporary Research and Performance is a landmark publication that maps out a new interdisciplinary field of Concert Studies. This companion enables students, researchers, and practitioners in the classical and contemporary music fields to understand this emerging field of research.

Innovation in Music

Future Opportunities

Author: Russ Hepworth-Sawyer

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN:

Category: Music

Page: 474

View: 977

Innovation in Music: Future Opportunities brings together cutting-edge research on new innovations in the field of music production, technology, performance and business. Including contributions from a host of well-respected researchers and practitioners, this volume provides crucial coverage on a range of topics from cybersecurity, to accessible music technology, performance techniques and the role of talent shows within music business. Innovation in Music: Future Opportunities is the perfect companion for professionals and researchers alike with an interest in the music industry.

Curating Contemporary Music Festivals

A New Perspective on Music's Mediation

Author: Brandon Farnsworth

Publisher: transcript Verlag

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 326

View: 602

Contemporary music, like other arts, is dealing with the rise of »curators« laying claim to everything from festivals to playlists - but what are they and what do they do anyway? Drawing from backgrounds ranging from curatorial studies to festival studies and musicology, Brandon Farnsworth lays out a theory for understanding curatorial practices in contemporary music, and how they could be a solution to the field's diminishing social relevance. The volume focuses on two case studies, the Munich Biennale for New Music Theatre, and the Maerzmusik Festival at the Berliner Festspiele, putting them in a transdisciplinary history of curatorial practice, and showing what music curatorial practice can be.

Classical Guitar Pedagogy

Author: ANTHONY L GLISE

Publisher: Mel Bay Publications

ISBN:

Category: Music

Page: 297

View: 855

This comprehensive, illustrated text offers an in-depth look at the mechanics and musical thought process of teaching the classical guitar the "why" rather than the "how" the classical guitarist does things a certain way. In the author's words, "Classical Guitar Pedagogy is the study of how to teach guitarists to teach." This university-level text will be of enormous assistance to the teacher in explaining the musical, anatomical, technical, and psychologicalunderpinning of guitar performance. It contains ideas and techniques to help organize your teaching more efficiently, plus tips on career development as a classical guitar teacher and performer. If you make your living as a classical guitarteacher/performer you owe it to yourself and your students to get this book.

Catalogue of Cornell College for ...

Author: Cornell College (Mount Vernon, Iowa)

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Universities and colleges

Page:

View: 136

Anthologie Kulturpolitik

Einführende Beiträge zu Geschichte, Funktionen und Diskursen der Kulturpolitikforschung

Author: Martin Tröndle

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 600

View: 284

Welche Rolle spielt Kulturpolitik im internationalen historischen sowie gegenwartigen Diskurs? Dieser Band stellt klassische und aktuelle Texte aus Deutschland, GroSSbritannien und den USA zum Thema Cultural Policy vor. DEr Reader, der sich ebenso an Wissenschaftler_innen und Studierende richtet wie an Praktiker_innen, steckt das Diskursfeld ab und gibt einen Einblick in die Ideengeschichte von Kulturpolitik(en). NEben einem historischen uberblick zur offentlichen Kulturforderung werden auch kontrare Positionen zur Rolle von Kultur als offentlichem Gut vorgestellt.

The Penguin Companion to Classical Music

Author: Paul Griffiths

Publisher: Penguin UK

ISBN:

Category: Music

Page: 912

View: 762

This superbly authoratitive new work provides a comprehensive A-Z guide to some 1000 years of Western music. It explores in detail the lives and achievements of a vast range of composers, as well as looking at such key topics as music history (from medieval plainchant to contemporary minimalism), performers, theory and jargon. Throught Griffiths skilfully blends lightly worn scholarship with personal insight, whether examining the emotional colouring that different musical keys achieve or charting the rise and development of the symphony.

Traditions of the Classical Guitar

Author: Graham Wade

Publisher: Alma Books

ISBN:

Category: Music

Page: 289

View: 937

First published in 1980, Traditions of the Classical Guitar has been described as the first book to examine in detail the many traditions of one of today's most popular instruments. With its central focus on Andres Segovia's pioneering work in establishing the guitar as an international concert instrument, it goes on to examine in detail its subsequent developments with reference to great artists such as Bream, Williams, Diaz and Yepes.Traditions of the Classical Guitar continues to be a classic of twentieth-century guitar scholarship, offering a challenging assessment to perceptions of the guitar's progress throughout the ages. It is also a timely reminder of the glorious years of Segovia's concert career between 1909 and 1987; Segovia himself said of the work: "e;Graham Wade has shown his love for the guitar from the first page to the last; true love and understanding"e;.

The Classical Guitar Companion

Author: Christopher Berg

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN:

Category: Music

Page: 272

View: 530

The Classical Guitar Companion is an anthology of guitar exercises, etudes, and pieces organized according to technique or musical texture. Expert author Christopher Berg, a veteran guitar instructor, bring together perspectives as an active performing artist and as a teacher who has trained hundreds of guitarists to encourages students to work based on their own strengths and weaknesses. The book opens with "Learning the Fingerboard", a large section devoted to establishing a thorough knowledge of the guitar fingerboard through a systematic and rigorous study of scales and fingerboard harmony, which will lead to ease and fluency in sight-reading and will reduce the time needed to learn a repertoire piece. The following sections "Scales and Scale Studies", "Repeated Notes", "Slurs", "Harmony", "Arpeggios", "Melody with Accompaniment", "Counterpoint" and "Florid or Virtuoso Studies" each contain text and examples that connect material to fingering practices of composers and practice strategies to open a path to interpretive freedom in performance. The Classical Guitar Companion will serve as a helpful companion for many years of guitar study.

Best Books