THE CAMBRIDGE COMPANION TO CHORAL MUSIC

Andre de Quadros (Boston University, USA) – Editor

Cambridge, Reino Unido. CAMBRIDGE University Press. ISBN. 9780521111737. Julio de 2012. 320 págs, con 3 ilustraciones en blanco y negro y 17 ejemplos musicales. Encuadernado

PVP EUR 68,00 (4% IVA incluido)

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Extracto del índice:

Foreword John Rutter

1. Introduction: choral music – a dynamic global genre André de Quadros

Part I. Choral Music: History and Context: 2. A brief anatomy of choirs, c.1470–1770 Andrew Parrott

3. Choral music in the culture of the nineteenth century Chester Alwes

4. Choral music in the twentieth and early twenty-first centuries Nick Strimple

5. The nature of chorus Paul Hillier

Part II. Choral Music the World Over: 6. Choral music and tradition in Europe and Israel Leo Samama

7. Canada’s choral landscape Patricia Abbott and Victoria Meredith

8. A multiplicity of voices: choral music in the United States Matthew Mehaffey and Kathy Saltzman Romey

9. A hundred years of choral music in Latin America, 1908–2008 María Guinand

10. Choral music in East Asia: China, Japan, and Korea Jing Ling-Tam and Gene J. Cho

11. New voices in ancient lands: choral music in South and Southeast Asia André de Quadros

12. From chanting Quran to singing oratorio: choral music in West and Central Asia Aida Huseynova

13. Voices of the Pacific: the (ch)oral traditions of Oceania Karen Grylls

14. Choral music in Africa: history, content, and performance practice Rudolf de Beer and Wilson Shitandi

Part III. Choral Philosophy, Practice, and Pedagogy:

15. Globalization, multiculturalism, and the children’s chorus Francisco J. Núñez

16. Exploring the universal voice Mary Goetze, Cornelia Fales and Wolodymyr Smishkewych

17. Authentic choral music experience as ‘good work’: the practice of engaged musicianship Doreen Rao

18. The making of a choir: understanding individuality and consensus in choral singing Mike Brewer and Liz Garnett

19. A point of departure for rehearsal preparation and planning Ann Howard Jones

20. Small ensemble rehearsal techniques for choirs of all sizes Simon Carrington

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