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Although the present translation is unobtrusive and readable, the scholar will be im- patient with what seem to be flowery generalities and romantic opinion in place of artistic analysis.

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Il commiatos. He takes the general stand that this is an im- portant, valuable book as indeed it isbut he prepares the reader by juxta- posing such polite phrases as “Every bio- grapher has the right to establish his own attitude toward his subject,” with “In this [Nestyev] inevitably follows the established Soviet interpretation.

The student’s task lies in at- tempting to “reorchestrate” the passage, after which his version is compared to the original. Da Wikipedia, l’enciclopedia libera. Cancel Forgot your password?

Citations are based on reference standards. They share a common weakness in that many ex- amples simply require mechanical trans- cription rather than orchestration in the modern sense.


Rene Leibowitz – Il Pensiero Orchestrale

Orchestration, however, is a practical craft, and as Richard Strauss remarked, the only way to learn to orchestrate is to orchestrate.

The Dictionary of Popular Music is the result of this realization. Indeed, I can find only one thing seriously wrong with it. GalkinNotes, Second Series, Orchesgrale.

Thinking for Orchestra; Practical Exercises in Orchestrationby Ren Leibowitz; Jan Maguire

This exception is to one detail in his study; the basic principle is certainly valid, and the manual is an important Kennan, and Joseph Wagner are out- standing. These examples, in short-score and concert pitch, are found in the first section of the book Leibowitz’s format is similar to that of other “practical manuals”and are each accompanied by a short dis- cussion of specific scoring problems in- volved.

These works are excellent sources of general orchestration information; they are less satisfactory as practical aids to orches- tration. In the final analysis, or- chestration is an aspect of composition; in Berlioz’s words, “as little teachable as the art of inventing beautiful melo- dies, chord progressions and rhythmic figures that are potent.