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Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. Kari marked it as to-read Oct 04, Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. Chorus with Instrumental Groups. Refresh and try again. The explanatory prose is concise and worthwhile, but the copious printed examples crucial in such a textbook suffer in the following ways: 1. The excerpts are drawn disproportionately from schmaltzy jazz-ballad choral arrangements of the s, particularly from the arrangers H.
Simeone and R. While a very few of these excerpts could conceivably be achieved through class participation, most are simply too complex, and class time would erode quickly into rehearsing the printed examples. Ades should have saved Simeone and Ringwald for the chapter on jazz harmonization and favored examples from the standard repertoire instead. The excerpts are identified only in the broadest terms - by the general title of the piece, without movement name or number, and without measure numbers.
This is a catastrophic and frustrating omission. In virtually every lesson prep I found myself staring at multiple score fragments of bars, with a handful of lyrics sometimes only a single word in the choral parts, marked only by, say, "Prokofiev, Alexander Nevsky," "Handel, The Messiah," "Haydn, The Creation," with no further information as to where exactly in these monumental works the excerpt falls.
This was only complicated by the fact that All lyrics are printed in English, not in the original languages. Not only does this prevent the students from seeing how composers actually set text to music, it further complicates the business of identifying where a mystery excerpt falls in a multi-movement work.
In some cases, as with the obscure Respighi Primavera, I simply had to give up and move on. An important work. Faemi Hawley Ades had many years experience arrnging for choral groups and is particularly known as the long-time arranger for Fred Waring and his Pennslyvanians. Principles of Part Writing for Voices. Kari marked it as to-read Oct 04, Seamus rated it it was amazing Jun 30, The explanatory prose is concise and worthwhile, but the copious printed examples crucial in such a textbook suffer in the following ways: Ades should have saved Simeone afes Ringwald for the chapter on jazz harmonization and favored examples from the standard repertoire instead.
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