Teach Yourself Classical Music is a clear, concise yet comprehensive introduction to the world of classical music for the newcomer. It takes your listening experience as the starting point and fills in factual details along the way. New topics are introduced step by step and are always presented from the listener's point of view. These topics include: - Listening to music: developing skills - What is classical music? - The architecture of music: forms and structures - Historical background: different periods and different styles - The instruments of the orchestra - Starting a collection of recorded music Examples from well-known pieces are examined in a clear and non-technical way. Whether you dip into Teach Yourself Classical Music from time to time or read it straight through, you will feel that your musical horizons have been broadened and that you have gained the knowledge and confidence to extend your musical experiences further.Kindle audio eBook Stephen Collins ... So when we see a piece described as being in the key of, say, G major (as isthe a#39;Surprisea#39; Symphony), we know that G isthe a#39;homea#39; key, in which ... The secondmovementis described as andante (it was the convention to put tempo instructions in Italian, whatever the nationality of theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Get Started In Classical Music: Teach Yourself|
|Publisher||:||Hachette UK - 2014-09-26|