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Principles of Orchestration (Dover Books on Music) (English Edition) To Orchestrate Is To Create, And This Cannot Be Taught, Wrote Nikolay Rimsky Korsakov, The Great Russian Composer Whose Genius For Brilliant, Highly Colored Orchestration Is Unsurpassed But Invention, In All Art, Is Closely Allied To Technique, And Technique Can Be Taught This Book, Therefore, Which Differs From Most Other Texts On The Subject Because Of Its Tremendous Wealth Of Musical Examples And Its Systematic Arrangement Of Material According To Each Constituent Of The Orchestra, Will Undoubtedly Be Of Value To Any Music Student It Is A Music Classic, Perhaps The Only Book On Classical Orchestration Written By A Major ComposerIn It, The Composer Aims To Provide The Reader With The Fundamental Principles Of Modern Orchestration From The Standpoint Of Brilliance And Imagination, And He Devotes Considerable Space To The Study Of Tonal Resonance And Orchestral Combination In His Course, He Demonstrates Such Things As How To Produce A Good Sounding Chord Of Certain Tone Quality, Uniformly Distributed How To Detach A Melody From Its Harmonic Setting Correct Progression Of Parts And Other Similar ProblemsThe First Chapter Is A General Review Of Orchestral Groups, With An Instrument By Instrument Breakdown And Material On Such Technical Questions As Fingering, Range, Emission Of Sound, Etc There Follows Two Chapters On Melody And Harmony In Strings, Winds, Brasses, And Combined Groups Chapter IV, Composition Of The Orchestra, Covers Different Ways Of Orchestrating The Same Music Effects That Can Be Achieved With Full Tutti Tutti In Winds, Tutti Pizzicato, Soli In The Strings, Etc Chords Progressions And So On The Last Two Chapters Deal With Opera And Include Discussion Of Solo And Choral Accompaniment, Instruments On Stage Or In The Wings, Technical Terms, Soloists Range, Register, Vocalization, Vowels, Etc , Voices In Combination, And Choral Singing Immediately Following This Text Are Some Pages Of Musical Examples Drawn From Sheherazade, The Antar Symphony, Capriccio Espagnol, Sadko, Ivan The Terrible, Le Coq D Or, Mlada, The Tsar S Bride, And Others Of Rimsky Korsakov S Works These Excerpts Are All Referred To In The Text Itself, Where They Illustrate, Far Better Than Words, Particular Points Of Theory And Actual Musical Practice They Are Largely Responsible For Making This Book The Very Special And Very Useful Publication It IsThis Single Volume Edition Also Includes A Brief Preface By The Editor And Extracts From Rimsky Korsakov S Draft And Final Versions Of His Own Preface, As Well As An Appendixed Chart Of Single Tutti Chords In The Composer S WorksTo Orchestrate Is To Create, And This Cannot Be Taught, Wrote Nikolay Rimsky Korsakov, The Great Russian Composer Whose Genius For Brilliant, Highly Colored Orchestration Is Unsurpassed But Invention, In All Art, Is Closely Allied To Technique, And Technique Can Be Taught This Book, Therefore, Which Differs From Most Other Texts On The Subject Because Of Its Tremendous Wealth Of Musical Examples And Its Systematic Arrangement Of Material According To Each Constituent Of The Orchestra, Will Undoubtedly Be Of Value To Any Music Student It Is A Music Classic, Perhaps The Only Book On Classical Orchestration Written By A Major ComposerIn It, The Composer Aims To Provide The Reader With The Fundamental Principles Of Modern Orchestration From The Standpoint Of Brilliance And Imagination, And He Devotes Considerable Space To The Study Of Tonal Resonance And Orchestral Combination In His Course, He Demonstrates Such Things As How To Produce A Good Sounding Chord Of Certain Tone Quality, Uniformly Distributed How To Detach A Melody From Its Harmonic Setting Correct Progression Of Parts And Other Similar ProblemsThe First Chapter Is A General Review Of Orchestral Groups, With An Instrument By Instrument Breakdown And Material On Such Technical Questions As Fingering, Range, Emission Of Sound, Etc There Follows Two Chapters On Melody And Harmony In Strings, Winds, Brasses, And Combined Groups Chapter IV, Composition Of The Orchestra, Covers Different Ways Of Orchestrating The Same Music Effects That Can Be Achieved With Full Tutti Tutti In Winds, Tutti Pizzicato, Soli In The Strings, Etc Chords Progressions And So On The Last Two Chapters Deal With Opera And Include Discussion Of Solo And Choral Accompaniment, Instruments On Stage Or In The Wings, Technical Terms, Soloists Range, Register, Vocalization, Vowels, Etc , Voices In Combination, And Choral SingingImmediately Following This Text Are Some Pages Of Musical Examples Drawn From Sheherazade, The Antar Symphony, Capriccio Espagnol, Sadko, Ivan The Terrible, Le Coq D Or, Mlada, The Tsar S Bride, And Others Of Rimsky Korsakov S Works These Excerpts Are All Referred To In The Text Itself, Where They Illustrate, Far Better Than Words, Particular Points Of Theory And Actual Musical Practice They Are Largely Responsible For Making This Book The Very Special And Very Useful Publication It IsThis Single Volume Edition Also Includes A Brief Preface By The Editor And Extracts From Rimsky Korsakov S Draft And Final Versions Of His Own Preface, As Well As An Appendixed Chart Of Single Tutti Chords In The Composer S Works


7 thoughts on “Principles of Orchestration (Dover Books on Music) (English Edition)

  1. pedro jose sauleda pedro jose sauleda says:

    The examples have a very low quality which makes them very difficult to read I bought the Kindle version Perhaps the hard cover version has better quality


  2. Cliente mixtapeclothing.co.uk Cliente mixtapeclothing.co.uk says:

    I wish the Look inside had gone a couple of pages further.Layout problems, bad quality on the staff pictures, there are even Listen links on the textIt looks like somebody made an export of something and didn t even check it.


  3. RA9876 RA9876 says:

    Explanations of how to orchestrate various groups of musical instruments to create beautiful sounding symphonic arrangements Includes all the families of instruments plus vocals Principles can be applied with virtual orchestra sample libraries in a DAW on computer as well as real orchestras.


  4. Edi Martinovic Edi Martinovic says:

    I purchased and read this book because of many recommendations from very different people, so clearly this is considered to be something of a cornerstone work in the world of orchestration books The remarkable thing about this book is that it really does not go very in depth about much at all The purpose of t


  5. Dawoud Kringle Dawoud Kringle says:

    Rimsky Korsakov s classic textbook is an extraordinarily helpful and eloquent explanation of both the basic and advanced principles of orchestration It s no mystery why it s stood the test of time.


  6. Eric Schissel (Kindle) Eric Schissel (Kindle) says:

    This Kindle edition and a slightly expensive one, too were rendered worthless through the disappearance of the important musical examples that take up so much of the book.


  7. Jimmy Johnson Jimmy Johnson says:

    I ve been writing music for years, but have always dreamed of composing for Orchestras small or large This is definitely a good, handy book to have available, not matter what level of musical congregation for which you re writing.


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