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Modern conducting techniques.

Author: Jack Lee
Publisher: Winona, Minn., Hal Leonard/Pointer Publ. [©1972]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jack Lee
OCLC Number: 643238
Description: 277 pages 23 cm
Contents: I. The three basic styles of conducting technique --
II. The theory of modern meter pattern --
III. The initial (starting) beat and the release --
IV. The baton --
V. The importance of beat area --
VI. Obtaining mood by flow and halt-beat style --
VII. The importance of arm and wrist position : Basic meter pattern exercises (Chs. I-VIII) --
VIII. Podium procedures --
IX. Accents cuing and the left hand : Left hand exercises --
X. Understanding and conducting the fermata : Fermata technique exercises --
XI. The divided meter pattern --
XII. Facial conducting --
XIII. The conductor as an individual : Personality ; Character ; Leadership ; Musicianship --
XIV. Score reading : The score ; Reading the score ; Marking the score ; Clef signs in score reading ; Designation of the degrees of the scale ; Nomenclature of the orchestral instruments ; Written ranges of instruments ; Voice ranges for choir ; Fundamental tones for instruments ; French horn transposition ; Trumpet transposition --
XV. Music interpretation : Nine elements of expression ; Tempo ; Dynamics ; Tone color ; Phrasing ; The influence of form on interpretation ; Glossary of terms related to form --
XVI. The interpretation of period music : The Renaissance period ; The Baroque period ; The Rococo period ; The Classical period ; The Romantic period ; The Modern period --
XVII. Rehearsal techniques : Pre-rehearsal requirements ; Rehearsal requirements ; Rehearsal procedures and objectives ; Rehearsal methods --
XVIII. Intonation --
XIX. Instrumental seating considerations --
XX. The substitution of instruments --
XXI. The conductor's administrative responsibilities : Budgets for organizations ; Normal income sources ; Normal expenditure ; Administrative staff duties ; Duties of the staff check list ; Coordination center check list ; Pre-season planning check list ; Routine administration check list.

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