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ISBN:
0816660743
Author:
Kurt Adler
Category:
Music
Language:
English
Publisher:
Univ Of Minnesota Press; 1 edition (January 1, 1965)
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276 pages
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Kurt Adler, former conductor and chorus master of the Metropolitan Opera, provides a comprehensive guide to musical accompanying and coaching, based in his extensive experience, which will be helpful, if not indispensable, to music teachers, students, coaches, accompanists, orchestral and choral conductors, and performing vocal and instrumental artists.

Accompanying and coaching. Adler, Kurt, 1907-The art of accompanying and coaching. A Da Capo paperback). Reprint of the ed. published by University of Minnesota Press, Min-. Published by Da Capo Press, Inc. A Subsidiary of Plenum Publishing Corporation. 227 West 17th Street New York, . Manufactured in the United State of America. The art of. Accompanying and coaching.

Kurt Adler, former conductor and chorus master of the Metropolitan Opera, provides a comprehensive guide to musical accompanying and coaching, based in his extensive experience, which will be helpful, if not indispensable, to music teachers, students, coaches, accompanists, orchestral and choral conductors, and performing vocal and instrumental artists.

The Art of Accompanying and Coaching was first published in 1965.

Kurt Adler, conductor and chorus master of the Metropolitan Opera, provides an authoritative guide to musical accompanying and coaching, profusely . Published by: University of Minnesota Press.

Kurt Adler, conductor and chorus master of the Metropolitan Opera, provides an authoritative guide to musical accompanying and coaching, profusely illustrated.

Kurt Adler (March 1, 1907 – September 21, 1977) was an Austrian classical chorus master, music conductor . 1965 Adler, . The art of accompanying and coaching. Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press 1965.

Kurt Adler (March 1, 1907 – September 21, 1977) was an Austrian classical chorus master, music conductor, author and pianist. He was best known as the chorus master and lead conductor of the Metropolitan Opera in New York City from 1943 to 1973. He conducted in Austria, Germany, Russia, Czechoslovakia, Ukraine, United States, Canada, Mexico, Yugoslavia, Romania, Bulgaria and Hungary. 1967Adler, . Phonetics and diction in singing: Italian, French, Spanish, German. Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press 1967.

Home Adler, Kurt The Art of Accompanying and Coaching. This comprehensive guide-devoted to every facet of musical accompanying and coaching-is the first study of its kind published since the early nineteenth century

Home Adler, Kurt The Art of Accompanying and Coaching. This comprehensive guide-devoted to every facet of musical accompanying and coaching-is the first study of its kind published since the early nineteenth century.

Though scholars have extensive knowledge of the art that flourished during Pala rule in Eastern India (ca. 800-1200), little is known about Eastern Indian art during the preceding 500 years. John M. Rosenfield, professor of art history at Harvard University and author of "The Art of the Kushans," says, of "The Art of Eastern India,""The scholarship is scrupulously detailed and careful. is in the finest tradition of classical scholarship, and will be consulted or several generations.

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The Art of Accompanying and Coaching was first published in 1965. Minnesota Archive Editions uses digital technology to make long-unavailable books once again accessible, and are published unaltered from the original University of Minnesota Press editions.

Kurt Adler, former conductor and chorus master of the Metropolitan Opera, provides a comprehensive guide to musical accompanying and coaching, based in his extensive experience, which will be helpful, if not indispensable, to music teachers, students, coaches, accompanists, orchestral and choral conductors, and performing vocal and instrumental artists.

The first part of the book gives the historical and technical background of the subject and explains in detail the mechanics of string instruments, piano, celeste, organ, harmonium, and voice. The next section offers a thorough guide to the singing diction of five languages— Italian, Latin, French, German, and English. The author continues with a discussion of the elements of musical style, describing, with the use of ample musical illustrations, tempo, rhythm, dynamics, phrasing and articulation, and ornamentation. This section closes with an analysis of the German lied style and the French art song style.

Mr. Adler goes on to synthesize the various elements of accompanying and coaching. He stresses the importance of psychological and spiritual rapport between accompanists and artist and shows ways of achieving this. He explains the differences and similarities among opera, oratorio, and song coaching. In a section on program arranging, he offers advice about planning concerts of various kinds, citing examples of programs given by outstanding artists. He writes about particular aspects of accompanying — self accompanying, the difference between piano accompanying and soloistic piano playing, and accompanying for singers, instrumentalists, and dancers. In conclusion, he describes the qualities of an ideal accompanist and the rewards derived from excellence in performance.

University and college music departments, schools of music, choral groups, voice teachers, singers, pianists, and other musicians will find the book of inestimable value, either as a text or as a reference work. It will be especially helpful to pianists who aspire to become accompanists.