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" I do not mean to say by this that it is necessary to imitate the mathematical regularity of the metronome; all music so performed would become of freezing stiffness, and I even doubt whether it would be possible to observe so flat a uniformity during... "
A treatise upon modern instrumentation and orchestration - Page 246
by Louis Hector Berlioz - 1858
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A Treatise on Modern Instrumentation and Orchestration: To which is Appended ...

Hector Berlioz - Conducting - 1882 - 257 pages
...precaution to write them at the head, and in the course of, their pieces. I do not mean to 6ny by this that it is necessary to imitate the mathematical regularity of the metronome; all music eo performed would become of freezing stiffness, and I even doubt whether it would be possible to observe...
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Prof. H. Kling's Modern orchestration and instrumentation: or, The art of ...

Henri Kling - Instrumentation and orchestration - 1905 - 346 pages
...precaution to write them at the beginning, and in the course, of their pieces. I do not mean to say by this that it is necessary to imitate the mathematical regularity...certain number of bars. But the metronome is none the less excellent to consult in order to know the original time, and its chief alterations. If the conductor...
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Prof. H. Kling's Modern Orchestration and Instrumentation: Or, The Art of ...

Henri Kling - Instrumentation and orchestration - 1905 - 346 pages
...precaution to write them at the beginning, and in the course, of their pieces. I do not mean to say by this that it is necessary to imitate the mathematical regularity...observe so flat a uniformity during a certain number of barę. But the metronome is none the less excellent to consult in order to know the original time,...
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Treatise on Instrumentation

Hector Berlioz - Music - 1948 - 424 pages
...compositions at the beginning and whenever there is a change of tempo. I do not mean to say by this that it is necessary to imitate the mathematical regularity of the metronome, which would give the music thus executed an icy frigidity; I even doubt whether it would be possible...
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Performance Practice: A Dictionary-guide for Musicians

Roland John Jackson - Music - 2005 - 513 pages
...chief alterations." But he cautioned against an overly rigid adherence: "I do not mean to say by this that it is necessary to imitate the mathematical regularity...so performed would become of freezing stiffness." Arriving at a proper tempo was essential for Berlioz; without it he felt that his music would be distorted....
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