The Conductor's Art
Columbia University Press, 1965 - Music - 322 pages
Of all practicing musicians, the conductor's job is the most mysterious. Pianists, singers have their own instruments. But just what does a conductor do besides beat time? He interprets a cmposer's work, as do other musicians, but his instrument is a group of highly individualistic instrumentalists whom he must mold into a cohesive entity and make express his ideas.
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