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The pianist's guide to pedaling

Author: Joseph Banowetz
Publisher: Bloomington : Indiana University Press, 1992.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st Midland book editionView all editions and formats

Provides practical suggestions and musicological insights on the pedaling of keyboard works from the 18th to the 20th century.


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Genre/Form: Priročniki
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph Banowetz
ISBN: 0253344948 9780253344946 0253207320 9780253207326
OCLC Number: 443399008
Awards: Winner of Choice Magazine Outstanding Reference/Academic Book Award 1985
Description: x, 309 str. : note ; 24 cm
Contents: Preface1. The History of the Piano's PedalsPART ONEPedaling Techniques2.The Right Pedal3. The Middle Pedal4. The Left PedalPART TWOPedaling Works of Selected Composers and Styles5.Using and Pedals When Playing Bach6.Using the Pedals When Playing Haydn and Mozart7. Beethoven's Uses of the Pedals William S. Newman8. Executing Beethoven's Long Pedals on the Modern Piano9. Pedaling the Piano Works of Chopin Maurice Hinson10. Using the Pedals When Playing Schumann11.Using the Pedals When Playing Liszt12. The Catala School of Pedaling Mark Hansen13. Gieseking's Pedaling in Debussy and Ravel Dean ElderNotesBibliography of Sources in EnglishIndex
Responsibility: Joseph Banowetz.


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First published by Indiana University Press in 1985, The Pianist's Guide to Pedaling provides a wonderful resource in which to dip in and out, proffering a useful read for students, amateurs Read more...

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