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by Arthur. Hutchings

eBook Baroque Concerto download ISBN: 0571108652
Author: Arthur. Hutchings
Publisher: Faber and Faber; New Ed edition (1978)
Language: English
Pages: 363
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Arthur James Bramwell Hutchings (14 July 1906–13 November 1989) was an English musicologist, composer, and professor of music successively at the University of Durham and the University of Exeter. He wrote extensively on topics as varied as nineteenth-century English liturgical composition, Schubert, Purcell, Edmund Rubbra, and baroque concertos; but his most famous book was the Companion to Mozart's Piano Concertos, published in 1948 and often reissued since.

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It is reissued here with a new introduction by noted Mozart scholar Cliff Eisen who draws the reader's attention to the virtues of the volume and also examines the developments in Mozart scholarship since the volume's original publication. Find all the books, read about the author, and more.

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Arthur James Bramwell Hutchings (1906–1989) was an English musicologist, composer, and professor of music at the University of Durham, England. Among his other books are The Invention and Composition of Music and Church Music in the Nineteenth Century.

Arthur Hutchings Mozart's Piano Concertos, together withCuthbert Girdlestone's Mozart et ses concertos pour . But then, Hutchings's volume is not a history book

Arthur Hutchings Mozart's Piano Concertos, together withCuthbert Girdlestone's Mozart et ses concertos pour piano (Paris, 1939) andDonald Francis Tovey's Essays in Musical Analysis (London, 1936), is one of a handful of books that virtually every Mozart-lover reads at one time or another. The reason for this is not hard to find: the concertos have rarely been described so eloquently or with such obvious affection. But then, Hutchings's volume is not a history book. On the contrary, it is an appreciation of the concertos and their musical contexts: the six quartets dedicated to Haydn, the late symphonies, the operas, and the Requiem all come in for discussion here.

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Kashicage
An erudite presentation of the development of the concerto , mostly 1700's. Emphasis on Corelli, Vivaldi, Handel. Plenty about Bach. Expert analysis of German, French and Italian schools of playing and composing with judgements of various major and minor composers of the Baroque sonata/concerto genre. The writer is very able to present his specialized knowledge in sometimes beautiful writing. May be more than reader would want to know but I was kept interested throughout the work. Reccomended for any baroque fancier.
Reddefender
How did the Baroque composers organize each concerto movement? How was the thematic material developed and restated? What distinguishes a German concerto from an Italian concerto?

If you want to know the answers to these questions, don't bother to read this book. If you already know the answers to these questions, publish a book and send me an advertisement. The author of this book uses terms such as "the Mannheim school" and "the galant style," but will not provide us with any definitions. He speaks of composers imitating the style of Corelli or the style of Vivaldi, but will not describe what traits are being copied from these two composers.

I am currently composing a concerto in the Baroque style, and I was hoping that this book would help. I hope to goodness I am not mixing the German style with the Italian style.
Arthunter
How did the Baroque composers organize each concerto movement? How was the thematic material developed and restated? What distinguishes a German concerto from an Italian concerto?

If you want to know the answers to these questions, don't bother to read this book. If you already know the answers to these questions, publish a book and send me an advertisement. The author of this book uses terms such as "the Mannheim school" and "the galant style," but will not provide us with any definitions. He speaks of composers imitating the style of Corelli or the style of Vivaldi, but will not describe what traits are being copied from these two composers.

I am currently composing a concerto in the Baroque style, and I was hoping that this book would help. I hope to goodness I am not mixing the German style with the Italian style.
Mall
How did the Baroque composers organize each concerto movement? How was the thematic material developed and restated? What distinguishes a German concerto from an Italian concerto?

If you want to know the answers to these questions, don't bother to read this book. If you already know the answers to these questions, publish a book and send me an advertisement. The author of this book uses terms such as "the Mannheim school" and "the galant style," but will not provide us with any definitions. He speaks of composers imitating the style of Corelli or the style of Vivaldi, but will not describe what traits are being copied from these two composers.

I am currently composing a concerto in the Baroque style, and I was hoping that this book would help. I hope to goodness I am not mixing the German style with the Italian style.
Gavinranara
How did the Baroque composers organize each concerto movement? How was the thematic material developed and restated? What distinguishes a German concerto from an Italian concerto?

If you want to know the answers to these questions, don't bother to read this book. If you already know the answers to these questions, publish a book and send me an advertisement. The author of this book uses terms such as "the Mannheim school" and "the galant style," but will not provide us with any definitions. He speaks of composers imitating the style of Corelli or the style of Vivaldi, but will not describe what traits are being copied from these two composers.

I am currently composing a concerto in the Baroque style, and I was hoping that this book would help. I hope to goodness I am not mixing the German style with the Italian style.