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Chamber Music

Autor: Mark A. Radice
Publisher: University of Michigan Press
ISBN: 0472051652
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A thorough overview and history of chamber music

Bart K S Chamber Music

Autor: János Kárpáti
Publisher: Pendragon Press
ISBN: 9780945193197
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At first sight a work devoted to Bartók's chamber music looks as though it were simply concerned with a genre division attempting an exposition of no more than a single aspect of the whole oeuvre. But in Bartók's case the chamber music is not simply a matter of grouping according to genre-it is really the framework for his whole oeuvre. (From the introduction) "János Kárpáti one of the outstanding scholars in the field of Bartók research here presents a revised and expanded edition of his Bartók's String Quartets (Corvina Press 1975)."

Intimate Music

Autor: John H. Baron
Publisher: Pendragon Press
ISBN: 9781576471005
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This is the first comprehensive overview of instrumental chamber music from the 16th century to the present. There are comparisons of different genres, composers, and periods. Situations for chamber music at different moments in history are brought into a continuum, and all aspects of chamber music are placed into perspective. A History of the Idea of Chamber Music is chronologically organized at the most general level. Beyond that, national schools figure prominently, as well as genres and personalities. Throughout this book the composition of chamber music, the performance of chamber music, and the social, economic, political, and aesthetic conditions for chamber music have been considered per se and as they interact. (From the Introduction)

Cobbett S Cyclopedic Survey Of Chamber Music

Autor: Walter Willson Cobbett
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
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This authoritative three-volume set, first published in two volumes in 1929, offers a systematic arrangement of all the relevant facts on chamber music. The original two volumes are reissued virtually as they were; the new third volume surveys developments in chamber music since 1929 in Britain, Western Europe, the Soviet Union, the United States, and Latin America.

Chamber Music

Autor: Lucy Miller Murray
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1442243430
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In Chamber Music: An Extensive Guide for Listeners, Lucy Miller Murray transforms her decades of program notes for some of the world’s most distinguished artists and presenters into the go-to guide for the chamber music novice and enthusiast. Offering practical information on the broad array of chamber music works from the Classical, Romantic, and Modern periods—and an artful selection from the Baroque period of Johann Sebastian Bach’s works—Chamber Music: An Extensive Guide for Listeners is both the perfect reference resource and chamber music primer for listeners.

Chamber Music

Autor: James M. Keller
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 0195382536
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Oxford's highly successful listener's guides--The Symphony, The Concerto, and Choral Masterworks--have been widely praised for their blend of captivating biography, crystal clear musical analysis, and delightful humor. Now James Keller follows these greatly admired volumes with Chamber Music. Approaching the tradition of chamber music with knowledge and passion, Keller here serves as the often opinionated, always genial guide to 192 essential works by 56 composers, providing illuminating essays on what makes each piece distinctive and admirable. Keller spans the history of this intimate genre of music, from key works of the Baroque through the emotionally stirring "golden age" of the Classical and Romantic composers, to modern masterpieces rich in political, psychological, and sometimes comical overtones. For each piece, from Bach through to contemporary figures like George Crumb and Steve Reich, the author includes an astute musical analysis that casual music lovers can easily appreciate yet that more experienced listeners will find enriching. Keller shares the colorful, often surprising stories behind the compositions while revealing the delights of an art form once described by Goethe as the musical equivalent of "thoughtful people conversing."