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by Elliott W. Galkin


The book has lots of illustrations, photographs, and even caricatures of the conductors, various scores that show you the changing combination of instruments in the orchestra over time, seating plans (I find these extremely interesting), excerpts and title pages from treatises on conducting, and various conducting patterns

Elliott W. Galkin, musicologist, conductor, and critic-twice winner of the Deems Taylor award for distinguished writing about music-has produced such a work in A History of Orchestral Conducting

Elliott W. Galkin, musicologist, conductor, and critic-twice winner of the Deems Taylor award for distinguished writing about music-has produced such a work in A History of Orchestral Conducting. The central historical section of the book, which examines chronologically the theories and functions of time-beating and interpretative concepts of performance, is preceded by discussions of rhythm, development of the orchestral medium, and the evolving characteristics of orchestration

Galkin occasionally conducted the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra  . Galkin, Elliott (1988). A History of Orchestral Conducting in Theory and Practice.

Galkin occasionally conducted the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Death. Galkin died on May 25, 1990 in Baltimore, Maryland, at age 6. . New York City: Pendragon Press.

by Elliott W. Galkin. Published March 1989 by Pendragon Press.

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FREDERIK PRAUSNITZ (b. 1920): SCORE AND PODIUM (1983) The instructional literature about conducting is presented in terms of the most modern considerations of craft, technique, and interpretation by Frederik Prausnitz, whose Score. Download Free Books Downloader.

Through the lessons in this book, you and your students will explore many aspects of a conductor’s role, as well as the historical development . Galkin, Elliott W. The History of Orchestral Conducting: Its Theory and Practice. New York: Pendragon Press, 1988.

Through the lessons in this book, you and your students will explore many aspects of a conductor’s role, as well as the historical development of conducting as a profession.

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Although the bibliography of literature about personalities in the conducting world is extensive, a comprehensive, scholarly study of the history of conducting has been sorely lacking. Georg Schünemann's respected study, published in 1913, was brief and restricted to the procedures of time-beating. No work has attempted to examine the role of the orchestral conductor and to document the evolution of his art from historical, technical, and aesthetic perspectives. Dr. Elliott W. Galkin, musicologist, conductor, and critic-twice winner of the Deems Taylor award for distinguished writing about music-has produced such a work in A History of Orchestral Conducting. The central historical section of the book, which examines chronologically the theories and functions of time-beating and interpretative concepts of performance, is preceded by discussions of rhythm, development of the orchestral medium, and the evolving characteristics of orchestration. Conductors of unusual pivotal influence are examined in depth, as is the increasingly complex psychology of the podium. Critical writings since the time of Monteverdi and the birth of the orchestra are surveyed and compared. Analyses of conducting as an art and craft by musicians from Berlioz to Bernstein and commentators from Mattheson, Bernard Shaw, and Thomas Mann to Jacques Barzun, are described and discussed. A fascinating collection of engravings, wood cuts, photographs and caricatures contributes to the richness of this work.

History of Orchestral Conducting: Theory and Practice (Ex) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0918728470

ISBN: 0918728479

Author: Elliott W. Galkin

Category: Arts and Photo

Subcategory: Music

Language: English

Publisher: Pendragon Press; y First edition edition (March 15, 1989)

Pages: 944 pages

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