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Achieving complete physical control On preparation in general Number of beats in a measure I Number of beats in a measure II Free style Score study Choice of tempo Performance practice I Performance practice II Preparation of orchestra materials Rehearsal techniques Conducting opera Conducting choral works with orchestra Appendix A: Discussion of complete works or movements Appendix B: List of diagrams Index of music.
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Customers who bought this item also bought. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. The Score, the Orchestra, and the Conductor. Gustav Meier. The Art of Conducting. Donald Hunsberger The. The Modern Conductor 7th Edition. Elizabeth A. Read more. Conductors want to refine their conducting technique in order to make their communication with the players as efficient as possible.
To acquire sufficient conducting skill, a conductor must decide which of many conducting styles is most effective for him or her. More often, it is a conglomeration of different techniques and gestures which becomes a conductor s personal technique. There are three major schools of conducting that have influenced the author s personal baton technique.
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Two of the three textbooks are among those most commonly 17 used in teaching pre-professional orchestral conductors. Max Rudolf, a conductor with the Metropolitan Opera from to and the music director of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra from to , was considered by Erich Leinsdorf to be completely objective and he himself is a first-rate conductor. He had an enormous operatic repertoire, ranging from Mozart, 6 Gunther Schuller wrote: In my fifteen years playing in the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, most of that time as principal horn, I worked, needless to say, with many famous conductors, such as Fritz Busch, George Szell, Bruno Walter, Dmitri Mitropolous, and Fritz Reiner.
But there was one conductor, much less celebrated at the time, whom I and most of my orchestral colleagues considered as good as or even better than many a highly touted baton- Max Rudolf We in the orchestra knew that when Max stepped onto the podium, we could expect first-rate musical leadership: clean, unfussy, intelligent, stylistically authentic conducting, whether the repertory was Italian, French, German, or Russian.
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New York: Schirmer Books, , back cover. Elizabeth A. Green studied with Nicolai A. Malko, the chief conductor of the Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra from to Igor Markevitch, an important European conductor of the post World War II era, said in the foreword to Green s The Conductor and His Baton: Nicolai Malko, a pioneer of the technique of conducting will remain with Hermann Scherchen, one of the first who understood that the art of conducting, after an empirical period of development, should be based on rational principles I thank Mrs.
Malko and Miss E.
Green who by translating and completing this work, made its contents accessible to us. Green used her knowledge to write The Modern Conductor in This sixth edition was published shortly after her death in Hideo Sait was a professor in the conducting department of the Toho Gaukuen School of Music in Tokyo from to Such significant conductors as Seiji 8 Elizabeth A.
Green and Nicolai Malko. The Modern Conductor.
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The Tataki beat, which is heavier and more static than the light staccato beat of Rudolf, is more suitable for my interpretation of this piece. For the most effective performance of the author s interpretations, proposed integrated beat patterns are suggested for the phrases shown in the musical examples. Dust jacket is rubbed and has several chips, offered in a new mylar cover.
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