Orchestral Conducting - A Textbook for Students and Amateurs

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Baker & Taylor, 2008 - Music - 116 pages
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Contents Include: Part 1 The Technique of Conducting - The Beat - Starting position - Action - Gesture - "Getting Hold of the Orchestra" Change of Speed, Change of Time - Beginning a Piece of Movement - Pauses and Leads - Rehearsing - The Score and Parts - Concertos, Solos and Recitative - Arrangement of the Orchestra on the Platform, Customs, Pitch - Part 2 The Instruments of the Orchestra: The Constitution of the Orchestra - String Technique - Wind Instruments, Practical Acoustics - Wood-Wind Instruments - Brass Instruments - Reeds and Mouthpieces - Transposition - Wind Instruments - Part 3 - A Short History of Conducting - Vocabulary of Orchestral Terms - Bibliography: Historical: Conducting; Orchestration

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