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Most popular Orchestras books

The most popular Orchestras books currently available. Updated weekly.
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Rite of Spring: Sacre Du Printemps
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Concerto for Orchestra
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Conducting Technique: For Beginners and Professionals
McElheran believes that an experienced conductor is one in whom detection, diagnosis, and remedy of a problem take place simultaneously. This book gives valuable hints about these three basic conductorial functions from the viewpoint of chorus and orchestra alike. McElheran leads the student toward mastery of the problems at hand, with firmness and gentle humour.
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Cambridge Companion to the Orchestra
This guide to the orchestra and orchestral life is unique in its breadth of coverage. It includes topics such as orchestral history and repertory, orchestration, scorereading, conducting, international orchestras, recording, as well as consideration of what it means to be an orchestral musician, an educator, or an informed listener.
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Pump Room Orchestra Bath: Three Centuries of Music and Social History
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Music as Alchemy: Journeys with Great Conductors and their Orchestras
How are conductors' silent gestures magicked into sound by a group of more than a hundred brilliant but belligerent musicians? From London to Budapest, Bamberg to Vienna, this title recreates great orchestral concerts as a collection of countless human and musical stories.
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Highlife Giants: West African Dance Band Pioneers
Highlife Giants is an intimate portrait of the pioneering artistes of West Africa's vibrant music scene from the 1920s onwards. It is packed full of inside information from stars including E.T Mensah, Kofo Ghanaba, King Bruce, Bobby Benson, Victor Uwaifo, and Ignace De Souza.
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Antonio Vivaldi: The Four Seasons - Complete Edition
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Orchestra (Classic FM Handy Guides)
This handy reference guide from Classic FM takes you on a whistle-stop tour of the greatest orchestras at home and abroad, stopping off to explore the world of orchestral instruments, as well as making plenty of musical recommendations along the way.
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Upbeat: The Story of the National Youth Orchestra of Iraq
The story of the National Youth Orchestra of Iraq is here told by its musical director from its inception to its eventual end.
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Digital Score: Musicianship, Creativity and Innovation
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Orchestra: A Very Short Introduction
The Orchestra: A Very Short Introduction considers the structure, roots, and day-to-day functioning of the modern philharmonic society. Far from an anachronistic organization that cannot long survive, it is shown to be powerful political and social force, occupying critical positions in cultural diplomacy, national identity, and civic pride.
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Orchestra Beyond Borders: Voices of the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra
Bringing together young musicians from Palestine, Israel and the other countries of the Middle East, the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra is both one of the most acclaimed youth orchestras in the world and a powerful ray of hope in a war-torn region. This book explores the orchestra's journey through the remarkable stories of its members.
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Old Wine in New Bottles
for wind orchestra
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Inside Conducting
Exactly what does a conductor do in front of an orchestra? Internationally renowned conductor Christopher Seaman offers lively and informative answers in this wise yet humorous book.
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George Szell: A Life of Music
A biography of George Szell, one of the greatest orchestra and opera conductors of the twentieth century. It also lists Szell's conducting repertoire and includes a comprehensive discography.
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Becoming an Orchestral Musician: A Guide for Aspiring Professionals
A guide for professional musicians on how to succeed in joining an orchestra or ensemble, and how to survive as an orchestral musician during their career.
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Prelude to "The Afternoon of a Faun"
An original concept: in one volume, a study-size score of a major musical work, and a comprehensive body of tools for the study of that work.
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Maestros in America: Conductors in the 21st Century
This volume presents biographical and critical essays of the leading orchestral conductors of US nationality, or of non-US citizens holding permanent appointments in the US, during the twenty-first century.
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Concerto for bass tuba and orchestra
The Concerto for Bass Tuba and Orchestra was composed in 1953-4 to mark the 50th anniversary of the formation of the LSO and was written for the orchestra's principal tuba player, Philip Catelinet. It was the first major concerto to be written for the instrument, and remains today the outstanding work of its kind.
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Daniels' Orchestral Music
Daniels' Orchestral Music is the gold standard among orchestra conductors, music programmers, symphony directors, and any other music professional-or student-seeking to research an orchestral program for a recital or a full season.
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Upbeat: The Story of the National Youth Orchestra of Iraq
The story of the National Youth Orchestra of Iraq, its origins, troubles, many achievements, and its eventual end.
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Robert Schumann and the Piano Concerto
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Pastoral Symphony (No. 3) (score)
A heartfelt and subtly beautiful tribute to the dead of the First World War, Vaughan Williams' Third Symphony is amongst his most powerful works. Faber Music publishes this long-awaited hardback critical edition.
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Orchestras: A Model for Social and Organizational Development: A Model for Social and Organizational Development
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Compositional Process in Elliott Carter's String Quartets: A Study in Sketches