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Integrated practice : coordination, rhythm, & sound

Author: Pedro de Alcantara
Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, ©2011.
Series: The integrated musician.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Integrated Practice proposes a new approach to musicianship, health, and well-being. Containing dozens of exercises and supported by an extensive online library of video and audio clips, Integrated  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Pedro de Alcantara
ISBN: 9780195317077 0195317076 9780195317084 0195317084
OCLC Number: 768798962
Description: xv, 290 p. : ill., notation musicale ; 26 cm.
Contents: Introduction ; Part I: Rhythm ; 1. Words, Sounds, Gestures ; 2. Prosody, or the Secrets of Rhythm ; 3. The Grid: A Life Principle ; 4. The Metric Grid ; 5. Coincidence: Intention and Gesture ; 6. Rhythmic Solfege ; 7. The Metronome and the Rubato ; 8. Superbar Structures ; 9. Opposing The Grid ; 10. Patterning and Sequencing ; Part II: Coordination ; 11. Connection & Flow: First Principles ; 12. The Juggler: A Cello Lesson ; 13. Object Wisdom: An Oboe Lesson ; 14. Body, Breath, Vibration, Text: A Voice Lesson ; 15. The Quadrupedal Prosodist: A Piano Lesson ; Part III: Sound ; 16. The Harmonic Series ; 17. The Harmonic Series and the Voice ; 18. The Messa di Voce: Virtuosity of Contact ; 19. Practicing The Messa di Voce ; 20. Improvisation: A Lifestyle ; Conclusion
Series Title: The integrated musician.
Responsibility: Pedro de Alcantara.

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Integrated Practice is a remarkable tool for the aspiring musician on the road to understanding artistry. * Mimi Zweig, Professor, Jacobs School of Music, Indiana University * Integrated Practice Read more...

 
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