A Conductor's Guide to Choral-Orchestral Works: Part I

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Januar 1994



Surveys large choral-orchestral works written between 1900 and 1972 that contain some English text. Green examines eighty-nine works by forty-nine composers, from Elgar's Dream of Gerontius to Bernstein's Mass.


Jonathan D. Green (B.Mus., Fredonia School of Music; M.Mus., University of Massachusetts; DMA, University of North Carolina at Greensboro) is a Director of Ensembles at Sweet Briar College. He is a frequent guest conductor and clinician, and an award-winning composer. His works have been performed throughout the United States and Europe.


The objectives of the book are clearly set out, and Dr. Green covers them meticulously...a mine of information for a choral conductor...strongly recommended for library shelves. The Conductor ...a practical performing handbook of 90 works written between 1900 and 1972 by 49 composers. American Reference Books Annual Recommended for all libraries serving choral programs. Rq In these two volumes, Jonathan Green performs an admirable service...Green has done an excellent job of organizing and presenting the material he did choose to include...a clear, concise discussion of performance issues...the material presented in both volumes is thorough... Journal Of The Conductors Guild This volume will be extremely useful, not only for college libraries, but for public and university libraries serving active choral ensembles. Bravo, Dr. Green! CHOICE excellent resource for embarking on the study and performance of twentieth-century choral works in English. Choral Journal There's much detailed information here for the scholarly conductor or note writer - text sources, editions, performance histories and 'performance issues,' bibliographies, and discographies. SymphonyNOW
EAN: 9780810847200
ISBN: 0810847205
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Erscheinungsdatum: Januar 1994
Seitenanzahl: 322 Seiten
Format: kartoniert
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