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The Twentieth Century String Quartet download ebook

by Ian Lawrence

The  Twentieth Century String Quartet download ebook
ISBN:
0810840022
ISBN13:
978-0810840027
Author:
Ian Lawrence
Publisher:
Scarecrow Press (April 4, 2001)
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Pages:
640 pages
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1278 kb
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1249 kb
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Rating:
4.1

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The Twentieth Century St. All they would need could be found on the CD cover. It also shows you what's out there, . which quartets of this composer am I lacking? For the initiated SQ obsessive (and libraries) only

The Twentieth-Century String Quartet book.

The Twentieth-Century String Quartet book. Comprehensive database of original works written for. Lawrence lists countries that have produced string quartets throughou Comprehensive database of original works written for the standard string quartet during the twentieth century. The sources of information include publishers' list, music reference materials, data from national music information centers, programmes, composers' correspondence and other publicity materials.

The Twentieth-Century String Quartet. Lawrence lists countries that have produced string quartets throughout the century, as well as the context of a composer's string-quartet output within the wider range of his/her work. This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Tell us if something is incorrect. The Twentieth-Century String Quartet. manufacturer part number.

The twenty different contributing authors provide multiple analytical voices, resulting in a contrapuntal conversation much like the string . Intimate Voices takes us on a kaleidoscopic ride through a century of string quartets.

A unified and eminently readable narrative. Players, historians, and theorists alike will appreciate the deeply musical commitment of twenty major writers exploring this medium, from Debussy to modern American, with composers such as Bartók and Scelsi in the same optic, through evidence-based music analysis in a social context.

The St. Lawrence String Quartet is a Canadian string quartet, and one of Canada's premier chamber ensembles. The Quartet was founded in 1989 and has served residencies at the Juilliard School, Yale University, the University of Toronto, the Hartt School, and Stanford University. In 1992 the Quartet won first prize in the Fourth Banff International String Quartet Competition and the Young Concert Artists International Auditions.

Subject Headings for books. Lawrence, Ian, 1933- The twentieth-century string quartet: an historical introduction and catalogue. Lanham, M. Scarecrow Press, 2001 ML128. Chamber music Double bass Orchestral music String-orchestra music String quartet Viola Viola da gamba Violin Violoncello Call Numbers M 850 - M 854 are string octets. M40 - M44. Violin solo.

Although the string quartet did not regain the privileged position it enjoyed during the Classical period, many twentieth-century composers from many different cultural backgrounds and stylistic positions looked to the genre as a context suitable for their most intimate thoughts.

Twentieth-century English literature. It also includes, to some extent, the US, though the main article here is American literature.

Comprehensive database of original works written for the standard string quartet during the twentieth century. The sources of information include publishers' list, music reference materials, data from national music information centers, programmes, composers' correspondence and other publicity materials. Lawrence lists countries that have produced string quartets throughout the century, as well as the context of a composer's string-quartet output within the wider range of his/her work. Lawrence's book is a solid, comprehensive basis for investigation, welcome in universities and conservatories, as well as in any music enthusiast's library.