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Technique and Interpretation in Violin-Playing

by Rowsby Woof

Originally published in 1920, this neat little book is the result of the authors desire to tabulate in a concise form, his own ideas on violin playing, with regard to both the technical and the interpretive...


Pipes of the Church Organ - A Selection of Classic Articles on Organ Design and Construction

by Various

This book contains classic material dating back to the 1900s and before. The content has been carefully selected for its interest and relevance to a modern audience. Carefully selecting the best articles from...


The Forms of Music

by Donald Francis Tovey

Sir Donald Francis Tovey was born in 1875, Donald Francis Tovey was a British musicologist and composer. He took classical honors with his B.A. at Oxford in 1898, and became a pianist of the first rank, though...


A Grammar of the Film - An Analysis of Film Technique

by Raymond Spottiswoode

The reader will not need more than a glance at this book to discover that it arose out of the ashes of long-forgotten controversies, and was written at a tender age when the splitting of hairs seemed to its...


Southern Baroque Art - Painting-Architecture and Music in Italy and Spain of the 17th & 18th Centuries

by Sacheverell Sitwell

Originally published London, 1924. Contents Include: The Serenade at Caserta "Les Indes Galantes" The King and the Nightingale Biography etc. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the...


The Philosophy of Singing

by Clara Kathleen Rogers

This little book contains the convictions which are the summing up of my whole artistic life. I have written it, first and foremost, for myself. I felt that the only way to recognize fully and clearly what my...


The Violin and Its Technique - As a Means to the Interpretation of Music

by Achille Rivarde

"My object in writing this book is to encourage and help those students of the violin who are sufficiently intelligent to wish to advance with the times and who realise that in order to free violin playing from...


Pianos: Their Construction, Tuning, and Repair - With Numerous Engravings and Diagrams

by Paul N. Hasluck

This book contains a comprehensive digest of information on the construction, tuning, and repair of pianos scattered over of about thirty thousand columns of the journal Work and supplies concise information...


Queer Thing, Painting

by Walter Pach

Walter Pach was an artist, critic, lecturer, art adviser, and art historian who wrote extensively about modern art and championed the cause of modern art. Through his numerous books, articles, and translations...


The Art Museum in America

by Walter Pach

Walter Pach was an artist, critic, lecturer, art adviser, and art historian who wrote extensively about modern art and championed the cause of modern art. Through his numerous books, articles, and translations...


The Natural Way to Draw - A Working Plan for Art Study

by Kimon Nicolaïdes

This classic book offers a comprehensive lesson in drawing the natural form. Split into sixty-four easy exercises including 'Gesture Drawing', 'Group Poses' and 'Study of the Bones', this book is great for anyone...


Tchaikovsky, His Life and Works - With Extracts from His Writings, and the Diary of His Tour Abroad in 1888

by Rosa Newmarch

Rosa Newmarch was an English writer on music. Beginning in 1897 she did a great deal of research on Russian music, making many visits to Russia and working at the Imperial Public Library of Saint Petersburg...


Sixteenth Century Polyphony - A Basic for the Study of Counterpoint

by Arthur Tillman Merritt

A. Tillman Merritt graduated from the University of Missouri in 1924 and was the first recipient of a new degree, Bachelor of Fine Arts, in 1926. That autumn he came to Harvard as a graduate student in music;...


Music, History, and Ideas

by Hugo Leichtentritt

This present work had it's origin in two series of twelve public lectures on music as part of the general culture, given at Harvard University between 1934 and 1935. Since these lectures this subject matter...


The Challenge of Modern Art

by Allen Leepa

THE CHALLENGE OF MODERN ART by ALLEN LEEPA. FOREWORD: THE SCIENCE of aesthetics was originally based on classical art even a contemporary philosopher of art like Croce never departs from the data of the Graeco-Roman...


The Steadfast Tin Soldier - The Golden Age of Illustration Series

by Hans Christian Andersen

This volume of the Golden Age of Illustration Series contains Hans Christian Andersen's 'The Steadfast Tin Soldier', first published in May of 1838. This classic fairy tale has been continuously in print in...


The Little Mermaid - The Golden Age of Illustration Series

by Hans Christian Andersen

This volume of the Golden Age of Illustration Series contains Hans Christian Andersen's most famous tale 'The Little Mermaid', first published in May of 1837. This classic fairy tale has been continuously in...


Thumbelina - The Golden Age of Illustration Series

by Hans Christian Andersen

This volume of the Golden Age of Illustration Series contains Hans Christian Andersen's 'Thumbelina', first published in May of 1835. This classic fairy tale has been continuously in print in different editions...


From Beethoven to Shostakovich - The Psychology of the Composing Process

by Max Graf

A fascinating book for any fan of classical music and the composers that have created some of the most marvelous symphonies, but how did certain people create these quantum leaps in music single handedly? With...


English Folk-Songs for Schools

by Sharp Gould

Sabine Baring-Gould was an English hagiographer, antiquarian, novelist and eclectic scholar. He is remembered particularly as a writer of hymns, the best-known being "Onward, Christian Soldiers" and "Now the...