The modern conductor: a college text on conducting based on the principles of Nicolai Malko as set forth in his The conductor and his baton

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Prentice-Hall, 1961 - Music - 308 pages
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Contents

Chapter
1
Chapter
7
Chapter
13
Chapter 4
38
Appendix
46
Classification of the expressive gestures The active
62
Chapter 8
75
legato gestures staccato gestures tenuto
76
Appendix
145
score in C The score not in C The orchestral
151
Chapter 12
158
Chapter 14
165
Chapter 15
187
how the mind memorizes What
220
The melding of gestures Psychological conducting
232
Chapter 20
244

Chapter 17
82
Conducting the recitative Irregular beats Subtle
114
Chapter 6
119
Chapter 9
126
general problems of score
134
First acquaintance with the instrumental score
143
Appendix C
260
Appendix
270
Appendix
285
Chapter 7
291
INDEX TO DIAGRAMS AND MUSICAL EXAMPLES
296
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