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British Organ Music of the Twentieth Century

by Peter Hardwick

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Published by The Scarecrow Press, Inc. .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • 20th century music,
  • Keyboard instruments,
  • 20th century,
  • Musical Instruments - Piano,
  • Instruction & Study - Composition,
  • Music/Songbooks,
  • Music,
  • United Kingdom, Great Britain,
  • Organ music,
  • Music / Composition,
  • History and criticism,
  • Great Britain

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages432
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7996707M
    ISBN 100810844486
    ISBN 109780810844483

      MUSIC OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY provides an effective introduction to modern music using clear, comprehensive language. The author weaves together history, theory, and analysis to bring to life both the stylistic evolution of music since and the new principles by /5(15). The Organ and Its Music in German-Jewish Culture examines the powerful but often overlooked presence of the organ in synagogue music and the musical life of German-speaking Jewish communities. Tina Frühauf expertly chronicles the history of the organ in Jewish culture from the earliest references in the Talmud through the 19th century, when it had established a firm and lasting presence in.

    TWENTIETH CENTURY BRITISH ORGAN MUSIC Herbert SUMSION Introduction and Theme () Charles MACPHERSON Fantasy-Prelude (); Prelude in G (in memory of Parry) () Heathcote STATHAM Rhapsody on a Ground () Healey WILLAN Prelude and Fugue in C minor () Edwin LEMARE Rondo Capriccio (); Toccata and Fugue in D minor (). Many examples of early music printing are held in the reference collections, including a substantial collection of lavish music prints issued by Ottaviano Petrucci of Venice in the early 16th century. A superbly printed bass part of 20 songs issued in is one .

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This is the first book-length survey of 20th -century British music for solo organ. Beginning with a discussion of British organ music in the last decades of the Victorian era, the book focuses on the pieces that the composers wrote, their musical style, possible influences on the composition of specific works, and the details of their by: 5.

This is the first book-length survey of 20th -century British music for solo organ. Beginning with a discussion of British organ music in the last decades of the Victorian era, the book focuses on the pieces that the composers wrote, their musical style, possible influences on the composition of specific works, and the details of their composition.

Arranged in chronological order according to. "This is the first book-length survey of twentieth-century British music for solo organ. Beginning with a discussion of British organ music in the last decades of the Victorian era, the book focuses on composers' works, musical styles, and possible influences on specific compositions."--Jacket.

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Morgan Book Depository Books With Free Delivery. Twentieth-Century Organ Music examines the organ's repertory from the entire period, contextualizing it against the background of important social and cultural trends.

In a collection of twelve essays, experienced scholars survey the dominant geographic centers of organ music (France, the Netherlands, Scandinavia, the United States, and German. Book Description. This volume explores twentieth-century organ music through in-depth studies of the principal centers of composition, the most significant composers and their works, and the evolving role of the instrument and its music.

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Anderson (Ed.), Twentieth-Century Organ Music. The organ repertoire is considered to be the largest and oldest repertory of all musical instruments. Because of the organ's (or pipe organ's) prominence in worship in Western Europe from the Middle Ages on, a significant portion of organ repertoire is sacred in organ's suitability for improvisation by a single performer is well adapted to this liturgical role and has allowed many.

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English Organ Music of the 18th Century Rousseau Media Music; 74 videos; 11, views; Last updated on The Mass in D () for soloists, chorus and orchestra with organ, an advanced work in the British context of its time, is the finest of all British 19th-century choral works, big, richly textured, Germanic, and late-Romantic; in part it looks back to the grandeur of Berlioz, but the magnificent Credo, with its dramatic changes of mood.

Twentieth-Century Organ Music in the Christian Liturgy Editorial Reviews " Comprising an introduction and 12 chapters by leading international scholars, this collection is organized partly by country and region, with separate essays on the important organ composers, the instrument in the 20th century, and the organ in worship.

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male) and accompaniment (a cappella, piano, organ, other instruments, band, orchestra). In fact, the book will be essential to every choral conductor and a valuable resource for the thousands of. light various aspects of the complicated situation for liturgical organ music in the following century.

The author disagrees with the view – dating back to the early days of the twentieth-century Orgelbewegung – of the nineteenth century as a period of decay in organ music and organ building. Instead, he holds that in comparing the organ. This is a list of composers of 20th-century classical music, sortable by name, year of birth, year of death, nationality, notable works, and includes only composers of significant fame and importance.

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Forces or Category: Organ. This four-volume anthology contains a sparkling selection of pieces and represents all the major composers of the period.

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From to he was a professor at the Academy, where he reformed the syllabus, emphasizing the training of choral conductors, the teaching of church music history, and instruction in music theory and prosody.Much twentieth-century modernist music sounded like—and actually was—the outcome of a preordained process, the working out of a utopian or a mathematical idea.