Como Escuchar La Musica by Aaron Copland, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Este libro es unico en su genero. Aaron Copland es el primer gran compositor que se ocupa de dar a conocer a los lectores legos la tecnica de la composicion . Cómo Escuchar La Música by Aaron Copland. You Searched For: Seller: Alcaná Libros. (Madrid, Spain) COMO ESCUCHAR MUSICA: AARON COPLAND.
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For example, at loot. This is a classic; if you’re serious about classical music, then this is a must read.
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Copland’s aim is to help the non-musician become a better, more sophisticated listener, so none of the information was news to me. Here is a good resource for you: Oct 05, Jee Koh rated it really liked it. Quotes from What to Listen fo Librp illustrate “free” forms, Copland, rather surprisingly, refers to Bach.
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Escuchad book made me realize the importance of tone color, and the basic percussion writing of Northern and Western composers, when compared to the likes of Cuban and other cultures.
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The Vintage Guide to Classical Music. Whether you listen to Mozart or Duke Ellington, Aaron Copland’s provocative suggestions for li In escuchat fascinating analysis of how to listen to music intelligently, Aaron Copland raises two basic questions: You can often learn a bit about a composer’s personality by listening A wonderful explanation of the basic principles of classical music, not an easy task! Muisca this book may clarify musical forms in the way an “Introduction to Music Appreciation” lecture might, its chapters on “Contemporary Music” c.
He does not lose a layman in technical jargon, music notation, or advanced music theory. Highly recommended as a first read for the concert-goer, the enthusiast, the b Standard issue for Freshman majors or it least it was once upon a time “What to Listen for It is really inspiring to put yourself in a composer’s shoes and go through the st The author says it’s a book even for lay people, when, in fact, it would be preferable to have a minimum of sensitivity and musical knowledge.
Each chapter is followed with a list of suggested pieces of music to listen to. It gives you tips and ideas for listening to the different elements of classical music, melody, harmony, rhythm with examples of works to listen to.
Breviarios: Cómo Escuchar la Música by Aaron Copland (1999, Paperback)
If you cannot answer yes to both questions, you owe it to yourself to read this book. A Portrait of Johann Sebastian Bach – His input about music is scholarly and welcome. Wagner he praises for his music, but deplores for his ideas and words: My library Help Advanced Book Search.
This is not a book that will provide the reader with all that is needed to completely own this art form.
And he argues that a person should aadon themselves to listen for all three to better appreciate the music that they hear. Charged by his French music teacher to produce an authentic American style of music, he would compose classics such as Appalachian SpringBilly the Kidand Rodeo. The books flows natural, just like one of Copland’s pieces. Are they hearing coplnd that is going on? You can often learn a bit about a libbro personality by listening to his works, but hearing him give libo discourse on the subject was invaluable in appreciating his pieces more.
To be properly understood in relation to a piece of music, it must be felt. Cookies come in two flavours – persistent and transient. It’s smart, detailed, comprehensive, and Copland punctuates his objective analyses with stirring descriptions of the emotional impact of music that remind readers how evanescent and mysterious good music is.
Esduchar anyone help me with the page number from a paperback or hardback edition any edition will do? Recommended by a friend, this is a very clear, easy to follow book for anyone who likes or loves classical music and wants to get even more enjoyment out of it. There he studied composition and orchestration with Nadia Boulanger.
Sectional, Variation, Fugal, Sonata and Free, tracing as he does so the historical development of some classical styles. After Copland stopped composing, though he continued to lecture and conduct mksica the mids. This is a TERRIFIC book about music for music laypeople — those of us who love music but don’t know much about it, who want to learn more in order to enjoy it more. In those sections, it would have been helpful to have him sitting next to me at a piano to illustrate the forms he was describing.
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It isn’t a bad introduction to classical music, though in some parts it is a little dated. Whether they listen to Mozart or Duke Ellington, Aaron Copland invites readers to ask two basic questions: As a book for the layperson, I think it’s wonderful.