10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «MUSICIANLY»
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Musical Performance: A Philosophical Study
Consider the relative importance of musicianly activities in performance; for
example, skilled actions like drawing a bow, strumming a rasgueado, or fingering
an arpeggio. Normally, performing activities are distinct from anything audiences
Praxial Music Education : Reflections and Dialogues: ...
Among the dimensions that distinguish performing from listening and musicianly
listening from “just listening” are a bodily or executive involvement, direct social
engagement, and a fuller awareness of what is being done, and how, and why.
Vaughan Williams on Music
The truth is that the young Englishman is too musicianly. The 'musicianly'
composer has studied the whole anatomy of inspiration, and has found out all the
mechanical means by which beautiful music is produced. Equipped with this ...
Rush, Rock Music, and the Middle Class: Dreaming in Middletown
Her way of representing musicianly fandom cleverly brings to bear two
perceptions of that fandom: an insider's view of fan-musicians as knowledgeable,
discriminating aesthetes, and an outsider's view of them as obsessive nitpickers
with too ...
Christopher J. McDonald, 2009
Performance Practices in Classic Piano Music: Their ...
From this point of view, Sandra P. Rosenblum examines the principles of performing the music of Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, and their contemporaries as revealed in a variety of historical sources: their autographs and letters, early editions ...
Sandra P. Rosenblum, 1988
The Pianist's Problems: A Modern Approach to Efficient ...
To meet this need, the present book has been written.”—from the Preface
... and ingenious : there is a certain character throughout his compositions, which
is rather a style than a sameness, and which for its boldness and inostentation
claims a meed of very high praise — nor is his musicianly skill to be impugned, ...
Wagner and His Works: The Story of His Life with Critical ...
Are the ideas original, appropriate to the situation, and are they developed in a
musicianly way?" Wagner's musical ideas are not only original, and suited to the
poetic emotion as no other music ever was, they are so plastic, so clear cut in
Henry Theophilus Finck, 2004
Mediterranean Mosaic: Popular Music and Global Sounds
I would argue then that both local and global processes, and the dialogue
between them, find expression in music through stylistic and discursive features,
the components of the concept of musicianly strategy. Process, in this respect, ...
So all the questions thus aroused continue to yield to scholarly and complex
investigations that leave an infinitely fragile but resistant kernel of obscurity still
intact: How are the musicianly [musicien] and the musical shared or intermingled
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «MUSICIANLY»
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Review: In 'Daphne,' the Cleveland Orchestra Takes on a Difficult …
In a way, though, this stance is exactly what made “Daphne” revelatory. He treated every moment of the score with respect and musicianly care. «New York Times, Jul 15»
Rigoletto, Longborough Festival
He is a Welsh tenor with an easy, natural Verdi style, still inclined to semaphore his top Cs and a slightly wooden actor, but musicianly and ... «The Arts Desk, Jul 15»
Here's Why Bret Michaels Attacked LA Weekly's Metal Coverage in …
In 1987 it was metal, pop-metal, ushered in by Bon Jovi's much less musicianly 7-mil play on Van Halen's previous shiny crossover. Of course ... «LA Weekly, Jul 15»
Kevin Bryan's record reviews
Colosseum, "The Reunion Concerts 1994" (Talking Elephant)- This highly musicianly showcase for the collective talents of venerable jazz-rock ... «Stoke Sentinel, Jun 15»
The devil in the detail of RTÉ's orchestral cutbacks
Maria McGarry gave a gentle, musicianly account of Beethoven's Second Piano Concerto, and Maloney conducted Prokofiev's Fifth Symphony ... «Irish Times, Jun 15»
Noted violist Joseph de Pasquale dies at 95
Mr. de Pasquale, for whom he wrote the concerto, played with such musicianly finish and, especially in the slow movement, with such ... «Philly.com, Jun 15»
Record Review with Kevin Bryan
This highly musicianly showcase for the collective talents of venerable jazzrock institution Colosseum features two tracks recorded at their ... «Belper News, Jun 15»
Hugh Masekela and Larry Willis, Barbican, London — review
Masekela's moving and musicianly vocals also featured on Fats Waller's “Until the Real Thing Comes Along” and Hoagy Carmichael's “Rocking ... «Financial Times, Jun 15»
Classic CD: The Nash Ensemble, Daniel Hope: Piano Quartets
Brahms' First Piano Quartet, although musicianly in its contours, suffers from occasional lapses in intonation. The Nash Ensemble: Herrmann, ... «New Zealand Herald, Jun 15»
Black Sabbath: 10 of the best
Not only was he a class act as a singer, but he was musicianly in a way Ozzy wasn't, which completely changed the band's approach to ... «The Guardian, May 15»