Conducting the Wind Orchestra: Meaning, Gesture, and Expressive Potential

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Contents

Conducting in Theory and Practice
1
The ConductorEnsemble Relationship
17
The Development of the Wind Orchestra and Its Conductor
27
The American Wind Band
29
The TwentiethCentury Wind Orchestra in Great Britain
44
The Wind Orchestra Conductor
48
Expressive Potential in Selected Works for Wind Orchestra
53
Topical Discourse in Music
61
Narrative Through Topical Discourse and Structural Content in Introduction and Fanfare From Music for Prague 1968
119
Conducting the Introduction and Fanfare From Music for Prague 1968
124
Celebration by Edward Gregson
127
Narrative Through Topical Discourse and Structural Content in Celebration
137
Conducting Celebration
141
Morning Music by Richard Rodney Bennett
149
Summary and Conclusions
169
Past ABA Ostwald Winners
175

Expressive Potential and Physical Gestures
69
Overture From Gazabo Dances by John Corigliano
91
Overture From Gazebo Dances
92
Narrative Through Tropical Discourse and Structural Content in Overture From Gazebo Dances
100
Conducting the Overture From Gazebo
104
Introduction and Fanfare From Music for Prague 1968 by Karel Husa
113
CBDNA Commissions
177
Consortium Commissions
179
Bibliography
183
Index
195
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