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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...

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...

Edward Elgar - Variations on an Original Theme 'Enigma' Op.36 - A Full Score

by Edward Elgar

In this book the Classical Music Collection presents the sheet music for Variations on an Original Theme 'Enigma' Op.36 By Edward Elgar composed in 1899. In 15 sections: Theme (Andante), Variation I. L'istesso...

12 Etudes By Claude Debussy For Solo Piano (1915) CD143(L.136)

by Claude Debussy

In this book the Classical Music Collection presents the sheet music for 12 Etudes By Claude Debussy composed in 1915. Comprised of 12 pieces in 2 volumes. Livre I: 1. Pour les cinq doigts (after M. Czerny),...

Ballads and Songs

by John Davidson

Contents Include: To my Friend To my Enemy To the New Woman To the New Men A Ballad in Blank Verse of the Making of a Poet A Ballad of the Exodus from Hounds ditch A Ballad of a Nun The Vengeance of the Duchess...

Choral Technique and Interpretation

by Henry Coward

Originally published in the early 1900s. The book was written to assist Choral Conductors and Choirmasters, though its scope is not limited to these, as many of the principles embodied in the illustrated text...

Nocturnes by Frederic Chopin for Solo Piano (1846) Op.9 Op.15 Op.27 Op.32 Op.37 Op.48 Op.55 Op.62

by Frédéric Chopin

In this book the Classical Music Collection presents the sheet music for Nocturnes by Frédéric Chopin. A collection of 8 Nocturnes for the pianist interested in learning Chopin's musical compositions.

Chats to Violin Students in How to Study the Violin

by J. T. Carrodus

Perfect for any student of the violin, full of helpful and easy to follow exercises that will have you enjoying and progressing in your play.

Giovanni Battista Rubini and the Bel Canto Tenors: History and Technique

by Dan H. Marek

Giovanni Battista Rubini (1794-1854) was a legendary tenor and the first 19th-century non-castrati male singer to become an international star of opera. The previous two centuries had been the era of the castrati,...

The Classical Revolution: Thoughts on New Music in the 21st Century

by John Borstlap

The Classical Revolution is an accessible and informative polemic for music lovers with an interest in the meaning of classical music in general, and the classical tradition in particular which seems to be re-emerging...

Experiencing Mozart: A Listener's Companion

by David Schroeder

Experiencing Mozart sets out to make his music as accessible as possible to a larger audience. A carefully selected set of topics and key works from the many genres in which he wrote shows the great composer...

The Studio SOS Book: Solutions and Techniques for the Project Recording Studio

by Paul White, Hugh Robjohns & Dave Lockwood

Professional studio design is a specialized science, with more than a touch of "black magic" thrown in. Over the past few years, Sound on Sound magazine has made one trip each month to a reader's studio. These...

Wagner's Ring of the Nibelung: A Companion

by Barry Millington & Stewart Spencer

"Scrupulous . . . planned and executed with quite unusual care." —Opera There has long been a need for a modern English translation of Wagner's Ring—a version that is reliable and readable yet at the same...

The Art of Practicing: A Guide to Making Music from the Heart

by Madeline Bruser & Yehudi Menuhin

This landmark book enlightens amateur and professional musicians about a way of practicing that transforms a sometimes frustrating, monotonous, and overly strenuous labor into an exhilarating and rewarding experience....

Recentering Anglo/American Folksong: Sea Crabs and Wicked Youths

by Roger deV. Renwick

A wealth of texts of British and Anglo/North American folksong has long been accessible in both published and archival sources. For two centuries these texts have energized scholarship. Yet in the past three...

God Save the Kinks: A Biography

by Rob Jovanovic

In August 1964 The Kinks released their third single. After a little noticed debut and a follow-up that had failed to chart at all, Pye Records were threatening to annul the group’s contract. But with...

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Heaven: (Or, How I Made Peace with the Paranormal and Stigmatized Zealots and Cynics in the Process)

by Corey Taylor

Lead singer of Slipknot and Stone Sour’s follow-up to the New York Times bestseller Seven Deadly Sins

Detroit Rock City: The Uncensored History of Rock 'n' Roll in America's Loudest City

by Steve Miller

The definitive account of rock in the city that has produced louder, prouder, more in-your-face rock than anywhere else on Earth