The Grammar of Conducting: A Practical Study of Modern Baton Technique

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G. Schirmer, 1950 - Conducting - 350 pages

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
tern 4beat the preparatory beat at the start applying
13
THE ESPRESSIVOLEGATO PATTERN 4BEAT
24
STARTING ON OTHER COUNTS
31
THE 3BEAT
40
SUDDEN CHANGES OF DYNAMICS
52
FACING THE ORCHESTRA
66
THE 1BEAT
83
ACCENTS AND SYNCOPATION
202
PHRASING
216
DIFFERENT USES FOR BASIC PATTERNS
229
ACHIEVING COMPLETE PHYSICAL CONTROL
240
ON PREPARATION IN GENERAL
246
NUMBER OF BEATS IN A MEASURE I
255
irregular measures
264
CHANGES OF RHYTHM AND TEMPO
288

THE MARCATO PATTERN
91
START AFTER THE COUNT
98
THE 6BEAT
107
SUBDIVISION I 20
120
RESTS
135
RITARDANDO AND ACCELERANDO
144
THE TENUTO PATTERN
158
HOLDS 1
166
HOLDS II
190
FREE STYLE
301
APPLICATION OF BATON TECHNIQUE
308
REHEARSAL TECHNIQUES
314
Discussion of Complete Works or Movements
330
Michail Glinka Overture to Russlan and Ludmilla
337
Claude Debussy Fêtes Festivals No 2 from
347
Ruggiero Leoncavallo Prologue to Pagliacci
354
INDEX OF MUSIC
361
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