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eBook Twentieth-Century Organ Music (Routledge Studies in Musical Genres) download ISBN: 0415875668
Author: Christopher S. Anderson
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (December 15, 2011)
Language: English
Pages: 368
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First Published in 2004. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

First Published in 2004.

Twentieth-Century Organ Music (Routledge Studies in Musical Genres). Twentieth-Century Organ Music (ebook). Published June 17th 2013 by Routledge.

Christopher S. Anderson is Associate Professor of Sacred Music at the Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University, Dallas.

Book ury Chamber Music features an introduction giving a chronological overview of 20th-century chamber music and the major composers in the style, setting in context the following chapters that cover a wide selection of chamber worksgrouped thematically, including program music; vocal chamber music; works for new ensembles; the modern sonata; and contemporary string quartets. Composers covered range from Schoenberg and Bartok to Toru Takemitsu and George Crumb.

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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. 368 pages 44 B/W Illus. For Instructors Request Inspection Copy. Built-in study tools like highlights and more. Organ music was anything but immune to the complex musical, intellectual, and socio-political climate of the time

Twentieth-Century Organ Music. Organ music was anything but immune to the complex musical, intellectual, and socio-political climate of the time. Twentieth-Century Organ Music examines the organ's repertory from the entire period, contextualizing it against the background of important social and cultural trends.

Home Browse Books Book details, Twentieth-Century Music: A History of Musical. Twentieth-Century Music: A History of Musical Style in Modern Europe and America. This book deals with the most recent of the large historical segments commonly distinguished by music historians, the one usually referred to as the "modern" period or simply-as in the title of the present book- "twentieth-century music. But precisely when does the history of twentieth-century music begin?

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Twentieth-Century Organ Music Anderson Christopher S Taylor&Francis 9780415875660 : This volume explores twentieth-century organ music through in-depth studies of the principal centers of comp. The twentieth-century was a time of unprecedented change for organ music, not only in its composition and performance but also in the standards of instrument design and building.

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

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 German Lieder in the Nineteenth Century. Rufus Hallmark August 11, 2009. German Lieder in the Nineteenth-Century provides a detailed introduction to the German lied.

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. The twentieth-century was a time of unprecedented change for organ music, not only in its composition and performance but also in the standards of instrument design and building. Organ music was anything but immune to the complex musical, intellectual, and socio-political climate of the time. 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-speaking countries) and investigate the composers who made important contributions to the repertory (Reger in Germany, Messiaen in France, Ligeti in Eastern and Central Europe, Howells in Great Britain). Twentieth-Century Organ Music provides a fresh vantage point from which to view one of the twentieth century's most diverse and engaging musical spheres.
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Painbrand
This is a very well written and researched, brief history and survey of organ literature in the 20th century. It does an excellent job discussing composers and works from little know areas such as the Netherlands or Eastern Europe. Some composers are glossed over. But if you are simply looking for a brief overview of organ literature in the 20th century and are not excessively worried about completeness, I would highly recommend this book.
Grosho
Well researched - any self-respecting organist should have this book in their library! And I do hope for a second, enlarged edition. For instance, Eastern Europe is NOT covered in this book, resulting with some very important and popular composers such as Eben being omitted. Editor C. Anderson acknowledges this in his preface. Let's hope that the publisher understands this too!