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Get this from a library. Analyses of musical classics. [Annie O Warburton] -- Detailed analyses of classic works from the standard musical repertoire; coverage ranges from 16th and 17th century composers such as Byrd and Corelli to early 20th century repertoire from Ravel and.
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Series includes Book 1 with outlines of particular type of 2, Book 3 and Book 4 each study about 50 works. Paperback. The books are in good clean condition. Some minor wear to the spine. Label of owner on first page in book 1 & 4. Approx. The keyed trumpet is a brass instrument that makes use of keyed openings in its bore rather than extensions of the length of the bore as the means of playing all the notes of the chromatic scale.
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1 to 4 are typically dated toit is possible that the first was written somewhat earlier. The suites were later given the name 'French' (first recorded usage by Friedrich Wilhelm Marpurg in ). Warburton, Annie O. Analyses of Musical Classics. (R Wa) LPC, LC (R Wa) LPC, LC Biographies and other works about the composer (find by doing a subject search in the Library Catalog under the composer's name; e.g., "Mozart Wolfgang").
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In this pioneering, erudite study of a pivotal era in the arts, Walter Frisch examines music and its relationship to early modernism in the Austro-German sphere. Seeking to explore the period on its own terms, Frisch questions the common assumption that works created from the later s through World War I were transitional between late romanticism and high modernism.Quatuor pour la fin de Temps (Quartet for the End of Time) we consider its remarkable origin and premiere in a WW II prison camp, different characteristics of the composer's novel techniques in each of the eight movements, some critical perspectives and influences, two unusual progenies, some stylistic guidelines and recordings (including the composer.