Basic Conducting Techniques

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Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2004 - Music - 391 pages
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This competency-based workbook provides sound and practical hands-on procedures for beginning and advanced conducting enthusiasts. It features a broad repertory of musical excerpts, and—since most are reduced to a four-part format—users can practice conducting skills and rehearsal techniques readily. The workbook promotes self-directed learning by challenging users to attempt conducting techniques as they arise in the music. The workbook details conducting techniques including the baton, beat patterns, fractional beat preparations, the fermata, asymmetrical and changing meters, tempo changes and accompanying. It also outlines score preparation and rehearsal technique and provides musical excerpts. For individuals interested in learning the finer points of musical conducting.

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Contents

Chapter
8
Chapter
9
Chapter
10
Chapter
11
Chapter
12
Chapter
13
Chapter
14
THE CUE
45
THE CHORAL REHEARSAL
100
PART THREE Musical Excerpts CHAPTER 1107
107
CHAPTER 2109
109
CHAPTER 3132
132
CHAPTER 4150
150
CHAPTER 5
159
CHAPTER 6
178
CHAPTER 7
198

THE LEFT HAND
47
ASYMMETRICAL AND CHANGING METERS
57
TEMPO CHANGES AND ACCOMPANYING
62
PART TWO Score Preparation and Rehearsal Technique ANALYSIS AND SCORE PREPARATION
67
THE INSTRUMENTAL REHEARSAL
92
CHAPTER 8
225
CHAPTER 9
235
Appendix
374
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