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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In his later years Copland’s work reflected the serial techniques of the so-called tone school of Arnold Schoenberg. You can often learn a bit about a composer’s personality by listening to his works, but hearing him give a discourse on the subject was invaluable in appreciating his pieces more.
Como Escuchar La Musica : Aaron Copland :
In his references to the evolution of musical forms, he highlights the trend, without reifying it, towards the blurring of boundaries between sections, movements etc. Starts getting into modern and contemporary escuuchar, though it’s not fully updated. I had intended to listen as I went along, but awron I realized I wouldn’t finish the book until summer if I kept up with that model, I decided to finish the book and then spend the next few months listening to each piece after a brief refresher of its chapter context.
This is a TERRIFIC book about music for music laypeople — those of us who love coopland but don’t know much about it, who want to learn more in order to enjoy it more. There is lots and lots written about music history, what composer wrote when and who influenced whom.
He then briefly outlines some of the most common musical forms found in classical music: Granted he makes assumptions based on this, being that you know what lots of musical jargon means, but if one escucar going to read this book that c Most people only hear one level of music when just listening to it, but as Aaron Copland explains in his book there are actually three. Persistent cookies are stored on your hard disk and have a pre-defined expiry date.
It lubro enhanced immensely my listening skills and opened my mind to new works and composers with which I was previously unfamiliar.
Music people either love or hate this book. Ver todas las apps de lectura gratuitas de Kindle.
What to Listen for in Music by Aaron Copland
I doubt that the book would be nearly so useful to people who already know a lot about how music works, but for the groundlings, Copland’s book is masterful. Copland provides explanations of and thoughts on all the main elements of and aspects of music: All that is interesting but not so much if you want to focus the nature of the music itself. I really did not know Copland was so articulate lbiro good at writing.
Wagner he praises for his music, but deplores for his ideas and words: The books flows natural, aarpn like one of Copland’s pieces. Though that “something” is necessarily general, like an emotion, it matters as what the composer wishes to communicate to his listeners.
Aaron Coplajd stands as one of the giants of American composers.
A chapter on film music, a genre Copland himself wrote, focuses on the process of composition and collaboration. This book does, however, demand lots of effort, and lots of listening, at least for us “I don’t know much about music, but Llibro know what I like” types.
Copland in my educational work for sure Throughout his discussion, he manages to present many useful tips that help the reader to better concentrate on what is important on any piece. Aaron Copeland is, of course, one of the greatest American composers.
Como Escuchar La Musica
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 aaroj learn more in order to enjoy it more. Music in the Castle of Heaven: The book’s advanced age has remarkably little impact on its usefulness, except for the fact that the “listening lists” refer to old recordings.
Jul 30, Abby rated it it was amazing. Cookies are little nuggets of information that web servers store on your computer to make it easier for them to keep track of your browsing session. This book was a great introduction.
After this, he concludes with brief surveys of opera, film music, and what was then contemporary serious music. This is a wonderful introduction to “classical” music by the American composer Aaron Copland.
It’s a quick read that nevertheless covers a great deal of material. If you have persistent cookies enabled as well, then we will be able to remember you across browser restarts and computer reboots.
The expressive plane implies listening to music in order to discern its meaning. I’m sure you won’t regret it! Jan 05, Stephen rated it it was amazing. This book should be read by anyone who studies music, loves music, or just claps their hands everytime the song Handclap comes on the radio at work.
I think the subject really does need a format like Bernstein’s Young People’s Concerts where you hear a sample of the muxica they are discussing. It has also escuchaar my interest in the period 1 I enjoyed reading it. He did this by providing an outline of the most common musical forms and variations, and what their purposes were. This will help you in the long run, rather than simply supplying an answer to a single question about a page number.
I especially like the section where he discusses composition using the varied characteristics of the orchestra. Want to Read saving…. The Creative Process in Music.
He was accepted as the first student at the newly established music school for Americans in France. I doubt that the book would be nearly so useful to people who already know a lot about how music works, but for the groundlings, Copland’s book is masterful. In this book first written in the s, Copland distinguishes between listening on a sensuous plane mere enjoyment of the quality of sound and on expressive and sheerly musical planes.
A well crafted house built by a beautiful aaon inclined mind, Aaron Copland captures the love of music while juxtaposing the structural intricacies of how to truly listen to music, yet being restricted by his own period of time and knowledge.
I have a million years of musical experience and degrees, but this book makes “intelligent” music more accessible to the lay person. This book teaches the reader that “I don’t know anything about music” doesn’t mean aaronn can’t enjoy it.
He is extremely successful in his aim, too – this is a great introduction to how to approach classical music for serious listeners. Libro obligatorio para todo estudiante de conservatorio.