指揮必携<br>The Cambridge Companion to Conducting (Cambridge Companions to Music)

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The Cambridge Companion to Conducting (Cambridge Companions to Music)

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 368 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780521527910
  • DDC分類 781.45

基本説明

Written by many working conductors, this book considers all facets of musical conducting. It includes practical advice on how to conduct different groups (choral, opera, symphony, early music) and a history of conducting presented as a study of national traditions.

Full Description

In this wide-ranging inside view of the history and practice of conducting, analysis and advice comes directly from working conductors, including Sir Charles Mackerras on opera, Bramwell Tovey on being an Artistic Director, Martyn Brabbins on modern music, Leon Botstein on programming and Vance George on choral conducting, and from those who work closely with conductors: a leading violinist describes working as a soloist with Stokowski, Ormandy and Barbirolli, while Solti and Abbado's studio producer explains orchestral recording, and one of the world's most powerful managers tells all. The book includes advice on how to conduct different types of groups (choral, opera, symphony, early music) and provides a substantial history of conducting as a study of national traditions. It is an unusually honest book about a secretive industry and managers, artistic directors, soloists, players and conductors openly discuss their different perspectives for the first time.

Table of Contents

Part I. Practice: 1. The technique of
conducting Raymond Holden
2. Conductors in rehearsal Charles Barber
3. Studio conduction Michael Haas
4. The conductor and the soloist Joseph
Silverstein
5. Choral conducting Vance George
6. Opera conducting Sir Charles Mackerras
7. The orchestra speaks Robert L. Ripley
Part II. History: 8. The rise of conductors
José
Antonio Bowen
9. The central European tradition José
Antonio Bowen and Raymond Holden
10. The French tradition David Cairns
11. The Italian tradition Michael Rose
12. The American tradition José
Antonio Bowen and David Mermelstein
13. The English tradition Stephen Johnson
14. The Russian tradition David Nice
Part III. Issues: 15. The conductor as Artistic
Director Bramwell Tovey
16. Women on the podium Michelle Edwards
17. Conducting early music Bernard Sherman
18. Training conductors Harold Faberman
19. The composer/conductor and modern music
Martyn Brabbins
20. Managers and the business of conduction
Stephen Wright
21. The future of conducting Leon Botstein.