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by Clinton Roemer

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ISBN:
0961268441
Author:
Clinton Roemer
Language:
English
Publisher:
Roerick Music Co; Roerick edition (January 1985)
Pages:
207 pages
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1858 kb
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4.9
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Hand copying of music manuscript is a lost art in these days of computer software. Clinton put it down 100 percent on this amazing book details everything what's going on and behind through the art of Music Copying.

Hand copying of music manuscript is a lost art in these days of computer software. I am reminded of ways that I can make my compositions more beautiful. It's suitable to understand the different parts, keys and chords what certain instruments, winds or voices play or sing.

THE ART OF MUST COPYING Preface : Music copying is an art. Although certain aspects can be as rigid and exact . Although certain aspects can be as rigid and exact as a science.

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THE ART OF MUST COPYING

Preface: Music copying is an art. Although certain aspects can be as rigid and exact as a science, it can also be inexact, with many rules, but with just as many exceptions.

A copyist's true function is to extract the various parts from a musical score, edit and transcribe them in a legible, correct and completely understandable form for the individual musicians. A properly spaced and notated part allows the player to devote full concentration to his performance rather than being diverted by having to puzzle out a poorly prepared manuscript.

The purpose of this book is to show the techniques and devices employed in properly preparing music for performance in the areas of motion pictures, live and filmed television, phonograph recordings and night club acts. All the material is further applicable to techniques used by publishers of stage band arrangements. Symphonic music and other forms of music manuscript.

The reader should be prepared to spend considerable time and effort to learn to accurately write and place on manuscript paper all of the various notes, signs and symbols that make up the written language of music. Much additional effort should be expended in the practice of grouping together all of these various components, in their many permutations, into a well spaced and balanced whole.

] Until the publication of the 1st edition of The Art of Music Copying, very little information on music copying had appeared in print. As a result, many of the professional copyists were self-taught, having learned the craft through years of observation, trial and error and there were almost as many theories as copyists.

With the consolidation of information and standards established in this book, it becomes possible for today's students to condense time what was once a slow and lengthy learning process.

  • Andromajurus
This is an interesting book. As noted elsewhere (and not surprising based on its age) this is geared at a hand-copyist. You can learn an awful lot from this book just the same. All of the examples are hand written since this is more about "copying" than "engraving" per se. Also worth noting, the Gardner Read book is cited as a source for this book. If you are trying to decide between this and the Read (as they are both expensive) you may want to start with the Read since it informed this work. There are still plenty of good tips to parse through and be aware of even as you use modern notation tools. Turns out I also have an awful lot to learn about producing a cleaner & more intelligible manuscript when I compose. I have a MM in music performance and I really wish some of the technical details of engraving would have been covered in my 7 years of schooling; sadly, this was not the case. It seems so simple, and yet something as seemingly as mundane as which way noteheads/stems are adjusted when you have the interval of a 2nd in two voices on one stave was never something I was taught. I am very glad I've ordered this and the Read. No doubt my musician's eye will improve. This has kindled a desire to study my professionally-produced scores much more closely.
  • Jazu
I had this years ago - it was misplaced during one of my 8 (!) moves. When I saw it here on Amazon, I was reminded of how useful it was. Hand copying of music manuscript is a lost art in these days of computer software. I am reminded of ways that I can make my compositions more beautiful.
  • Dagdage
It's a shame that this is out of print. A great book and easy experience with the transaction. It isn't useful merely for those interested in the arcane hand-copying, either: users of Finale and Sibelius have much to gain from Roemer's knowledge of what a good clean part should look like. Aside from his confusing quarter rest and funny notions about beaming 8th notes, everything in here is pure gold. No question that I had about copying principles went unanswered here, and after reading through it, I still use it as a reference when something unfamiliar comes up in a score or a part.
  • Gna
The book is indispensale to anyone who writes music. It gives all the rules on how to orient stem notes, how to use accepted phrasing marks--everything one needs to know about writing music on a five line staff, both treble and base clefs.
  • Uris
This book is very useful to those of us in the above professions, even though it was written before the advent of music-writing
software.
  • Silvermaster
The book is a must for anyone who composes, transposes, or writes music. It covers all the RULES for writing music manuscripts.
  • Vuzahn
Quite simply the must have book on music preparation- whether by hand or on Sibelius..its a dying art and it has been manifested by the fact that this book is out of print. To really get an insight into music prep and music writing this is the bible. Genius,pure and simple .
If you don't have what it takes to what it becomes a great music copyist, orchestrator or arranger, then you're missing out the most important thing when it comes from the hands of Clinton Roemer. For me, I couldn't put it down nor turn away from it. I feel it's the only medicine, most important thing for me to get started as a future arranger, copyist, orchestrator and/or composer. Clinton put it down 100 percent on this amazing book details everything what's going on and behind through the art of Music Copying. It's suitable to understand the different parts, keys and chords what certain instruments, winds or voices play or sing.

You got to have a good Mindset, a great ear, a good thinking brain, and enough power and discilpline in order to do this kind of stuff. It's long been out-of-print and I recommend to anyone who's currently involved in music or just in the process of getting on board with anything related to Music or non-music. I guarantee you'll never be dissappointed or dissatisfied.