By Giovanni Vacca,Allan F. Moore
By Giovanni Vacca,Allan F. Moore
By Barbara Owen
Precisely as the choice of organ works isn't really huge, the pieces--composed at varied instances in the course of Brahms's lifetime--help to map his course as a composer, pinpointing quite a few levels in his inventive improvement. during this quantity, Barbara Owen bargains the 1st in-depth examine of this corpus, contemplating Brahms's organ works relating to his history, equipment, and total inventive improvement, his contacts with organs and organists, the impact of his predecessors and contemporaries, and analyses of every particular paintings and its position in Brahms's profession. Her specialist heritage and research of Brahms's person organ works and their interpretation additionally investigates modern practices relative to the functionality of those items. The book's 3 worthy appendices current a consultant to variants of Brahms's organ works, a dialogue of the organ in Brahms's international that highlights a few organs the composer may have heard, and a list of the organ transcriptions of Brahms's work.
Blending detailed insights into composition and function perform, this publication might be learn eagerly by means of performers, scholars, and students of the organ, Brahms, and the song of the 19th Century.
By Jay Althouse
*Bright Morning Stars
*Down within the Valley to Pray
*How am i able to continue from Singing?
*My Lord, What a Morning
*Nine Hundred Miles
*Old Joe Clark
*Pretty Little Girl
*Sometimes i believe Like a Motherless Child
*Sun do not Set within the Mornin'
*The Water Is Wide
By Andy Fry
In Paris Blues, Andy Fry presents another historical past of African American tune and musicians in France, one who appears past accepted personalities and well-rehearsed tales. He pinpoints key problems with race and country in France’s complex jazz background from the Nineteen Twenties in the course of the Fifties. whereas he bargains with a number of the conventional icons—such as Josephine Baker, Django Reinhardt, and Sidney Bechet, between others—what he asks is how they got here to be so iconic, and what their tales conceal in addition to what they retain. Fry focuses all through on early jazz and swing yet comprises its re-creation—reinvention—in the Fifties. alongside the best way, he can pay tribute to forgotten traditions akin to black musical theater, white express bands, and French wartime swing. Paris Blues provides a nuanced account of the French reception of African americans and their song and contributes significantly to a transforming into literature on jazz, race, and kingdom in France.
By Norma Hickox,Neil Hickox
By Travis Edward Pike
By Carola Nielinger-Vakil
By Yvonnick Prene
By Martin Geck
Martin Geck lehrt als emeritierter Professor für Musikgeschichte und -ästhetik an der Technischen Universität Dortmund. Seine in ein Dutzend Sprachen übersetzten Bücher widmen sich der deutschen Musik des 17. bis 19. Jahrhunderts. Bekannt sind seine Würdigungen Bachs, Mozarts, Beethovens, Schumanns und Wagners sowie seine Musikgeschichte des 19. Jahrhunderts, die unter dem Titel 'Von Beethoven bis Mahler' erschienen ist. **** Martin Geck is Emeritus Professor for track background and Musical Aesthetics on the Technical college of Dortmund. His books on German track of the seventeenth to nineteenth centuries were translated right into a dozen languages. he's top identified for his stories of Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Schumann and Wagner and for his background of 19th-century tune entitled 'Von Beethoven bis Mahler'.
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