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" It would evidently be necessary to adopt a style of extraordinary breadth, each time the entire mass is put in action; reserving the delicate effects, the light and rapid movements, for small bands which the author could easily arrange, and make them... "
A treatise upon modern instrumentation and orchestration - Page 243
by Louis Hector Berlioz - 1858
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A treatise upon modern instrumentation and orchestration: New ed., rev ...

Hector Berlioz - Conducting - 1856
...would be much difficulty in collecting in Paris three hundred and sixty voices of any excellence,—so little is the study of singing at present cultivated...give out at every moment, there would be unheard-of harmonie effects to be deduced from them. From the union, in a small band, of the horns, trumpets,...
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A Treatise on Modern Instrumentation and Orchestration: To which is Appended ...

Hector Berlioz - Conducting - 1882 - 257 pages
...would evidently be necessary to adopt a style of extraordinary breadth, each time the entire mase is put in action ; reserving the delicate effects, the...the radiant colours which this myriad of different tone-qualities would give out at every moment, unheard-of harmonic effect» would be deduced from them....
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