3 edition of Behind the Orchestra found in the catalog.
January 1, 1987 by Goose Lane Editions .
Written in English
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The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, by Joseph Entwisle Potts Behind the crisis: The book contains the complete text of the libretto with annotations in both English and Italian and a critical historical commentary. The text also includes the background of the composer, biographies of the principal singers and conductor.
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Learn about Author Central. Danny /5(2). The Story of the Orchestra Book Review. I have a wonderful reference book I want to share with you. The Story of the Orchestra by Robert Levine is an excellent resource for anyone who wants to introduce their children to classical music.
First, let me back up a bit and share how I came across this wonderful book. One of my favorite aspects of a. This book is so good because of the paucity of information from behind the scenes which followed all Mahavishnu incarnations.
Kolosky gives us the inside skinny, and for me I found it an invaluable reference work to find source material, and even YouTube clips I'd never heard of/5(58). Praise for Josh Aronson’s documentary Orchestra of Exiles Denise George is an author, teacher, and world-traveled speaker who has written or co-written twenty-seven books, including Behind Nazi Lines, Behind the Orchestra book Secret Holocaust Diaries, While the World Watched, and The Gentle Giant of Dynamite Hill.
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Among the millions of books, there was also a live orchestra, a gallery of fine art, and a tearoom filled with bright murals. "It was not just a bookstore, it was a carnival," says former.
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Marcia Hansen Kraus has here an engaging, informative, and enjoyable book, generously illustrated, that presents several facets of George Szell’s tenure as Music Director of The Cleveland s: This groundbreaking book tells the complete story of the people and events that shaped the Cleveland Orchestra into a classical music legend.
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To get more women into their ranks, many orchestras use blind auditions where musicians perform behind a screen. Could we replicate this in business. The Orchestra, a non-fiction book for children, introduces musical instruments, basic musical concepts and the symphonic orchestra.
The very straight-forward text is accompanied by playful, but accurate, drawings. A number of musical concepts are explored, among. The Orchestra is a rock band formed by former members of the Electric Light Orchestra and ELO Part II.
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Originally titled Threes, its story revolves around Robert (a single man unable to commit fully to a steady relationship, let alone marriage), the five married couples who are his best friends, and his.
Great, vivid sound, although not the typical balance, and you get to see the conductor's contorted face.
There are a couple of caveats. I've ended up sitting in the first row right behind the percussion during a percussion-heavy piece, and it was deafening. The book concentrates on his relationship with the musicians and is in part a study of the life of musicians in a prominent orchestra. It also sketches many of the hidden complexities of operating a world famous symphony/5(5).
Dr. Kern Holoman's very short introduction to the symphony orchestra opens a multi-faceted and insightful window on one of the most mysterious institutions to have graced the modern era. Admittedly the book has been written with a fairly strong North American bias but that doesn't detract from its value for European readers/5(6).
I checked out The Story of the Orchestra a year too early for my children. I loved reading it. My 19 month old twins did not love hearing about the various composers and instruments.
This book will be great when they are three, but at a hair away from two this book is way to complex for them/5(30). This groundbreaking book tells the complete story of the people and events that shaped the Cleveland Orchestra into a classical music legend.
It's a story of indomitable founders like iron-willed impresario Adella Prentiss Hughes (the first woman to manage a symphony orchestra) and shrewd, wealthy patrons like industrialist John L.
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A lovely story of the most invisible person in Vivaldi's "Invisible Orchestra (orphan girls who played behind a curtain to accompany him). Candida is the little girl responsible for copying the music Vivaldi writes for all the orchestra/5(32).
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The group, the leader of which is Haruomi Hosono, has inspired a large number of artists, including Michael Jackson. This book is the “Behind Bars” of Film Scoring, with every detail of the process carefully considered and clearly laid out for both university students and working professionals. Though it’s even more pricey than Sam Adler’s “Study of Orchestration” listed above, I’ve.
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Discover the magical world of Carnival of the Animals in this musical reimagining of this celebrated suite for children – push the button in each breathtaking scene to hear the vivid sound of an orchestra playing from Camille Saint-Saëns' score.
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