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1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 31 cm
"A bear finds a piano in the woods, learns to play it, and travels to the big city to become rich and famous, but ultimately discovers that his old friends in the forest back home are still the best audience of all"-- Provided by publisher.
Education Library (Cubberley)
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301 pages : 39 illustrations ; 22 cm
  • Bechstein und Bechstein
  • Bechstein : mehr als ein Klavier
  • Von einem, der auszog, das Glück zu suchen
  • Revolutions- und Flügeljahre
  • Künstler und Revolutionäre
  • In kreativer Balance
  • Denys Proshayev : Denken mit den Fingern
  • Lisztomanie
  • Kit Armstrong : Klange, die man nicht vergisst
  • Selfmademan in Berlin
  • Klaviermage
  • Moritz Eggert : ein Flügel ist ein Flügel
  • Klavierfieber
  • Gerrit Zitterbart : Fünf Flügel mit Personlicnkeit
  • Tusculum in Erkner
  • Frauenklavierfieber
  • Ulrike Haage : Reichlich weiblich
  • Brieffreunde
  • Wagner, München und der König
  • Der Beflügler
  • Das Erbe
  • Vier Jahreszeiten
  • Unterweisungen im Salon
  • Die Weggefährtinnen
  • Von Landsberg nach Bayreuth
  • Bechstein gegen Bechstein
  • Obersalzberg
  • Ein mutiger Aufbruch
  • Familiengeschichten
  • Anhang
  • Quellen
  • Dank
  • Bildnachweis.
Music Library
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422 pages : illustrations (some color), music ; 24 cm + 1 folded facsimile.
  • Jeux de l'âme, variabilité et coloris pianistiques au temps de Chopin Avant-propos de Florence Gétreau
  • Chopin ou l'œuvre en progrès : de l'improvisation ̉ l'enseignement / Jean-Jacques Eigeldinger
  • Late style, last style, and Chopin's Waltz in a flat major, op. 64 no. 3 / Jeffrey Kallberg
  • Playing with the Chopin sources / John Rink
  • L'œuvre de Frédéric Kalkbrenner (1785-1849) et ses rapports avec Frédéric Chopin (1810-1849) / Hervé Audéon
  • Concerts publics ou productions privées ? Les lieux de musique de la pianiste et compositrice genevoise Caroline Boissier-Butini (1786-1836) dans le miroir de son professionnalisme / Irène Minder-Jeanneret
  • À l'aube du romantisme musical : Couleurs, effets et pédales dans l'œuvre pianistique de Daniel Steibelt (1765-1823) / Hervé Audéon
  • 'Nourishment for the soul' or 'a feast for the ear'? A comparative study of the Stein and Walter fortepiano actions / Stephen Birkett
  • Färbung, Schmelz, Schattierung oder starker Ton : der Antagonismus zwischen Wiener und englischer Mechanik am Beispiel der Klavierbauerfamilie Streicher / Uta Goebl-Streicher
  • Notes on the history of the Viennese piano, 1800 to 1830 / Michael Latcham
  • The restoration of a fortepiano by Conrad Graf, ca. 1838, in the collection of the metropolitan museum of art / Stewart Pollens
  • La manufacture Ignace Pleyel & C..ie entre 1830 et 1850 / Jean-Claude Battault
  • Jean Henri Pape (1789-1875) : au bonheur des dames / Catherine Michaud-Pradeilles
  • Affect in action : hammer design in French romantic pianos / Christopher Clarke
  • Machines ̉ faire les artistes / Jean Haury
  • Katalog
  • Annexes
  • Annexe 1 : Notice sur les inventions et perfectionnemens apportés par H. Pape dans la fabrication des pianos (1839)
  • Annexe 2 : Le piano de Madame Coignet
  • Biographies des auteurs
  • Inserted in the back cover : Catalogue des Pianos de la Manufacture de H. Pape [1838].
Music Library
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xxxii, 717 pages : illustrations, music ; 28 cm + 1 foldout keyboard
Music Library
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82 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 20 cm
Music Library
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280 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm
Music Library
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149 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Music Library
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317 pages : illustrations, music ; 22 cm.
  • Contents: Paderewski's Compositional Output - Musical (Style) Analysis - Music of 19th and 20th Century - Polish Romantic Music - Modernism in Music - Paderewski-Chopin - Reception - Aesthetics - Piano Music - Opera - Symphonic Music.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783631662151 20160618
This is the first monograph on the Polish composer Ignacy Jan Paderewski (1860-1941). It aspires to be part of the process of restoring his compositional legacy to European musical culture. Reinterpreting the legend surrounding the great Pole, the study is based on Paderewskis works that are listed in the Paderewski catalogue, but also includes sketches, unfinished pieces and student exercises. Raba's analysis and interpretation of the composer's work is carried out in formal-structural, stylistic-critical and aesthetic contexts, revising the image of the composer, that has been distorted in the historical reception of his oeuvre.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783631662151 20160618
Music Library
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1 online resource : illustrations (black and white)
  • About the Companion Website -- Foreword -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- 1. Urgency: Why Bother? -- 2. Affekt and Good Taste -- 3. Formal Structure and Harmonic Function -- 4. Technique-Execution -- 5. Rhythm -- 6. Dynamics -- 7. Accents and Other Expression Marks -- 8. Articulation and Touch -- 9. Staccato Dots and the Other Usual Suspects Ornaments -- 10. Ornaments -- 11. Repeats -- 12. Damper Pedal -- 13. Indicated Tempo -- 14. Final Words.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780199396634 20160619
Discoveries from the Fortepiano meets the demand for a manual on authentic Classical piano performance practice that is at once accessible to the performer and accurate to the scholarship. Uncovering a wide range of eighteenth-century primary sources, noted keyboard pedagogue Donna Gunn examines contemporary philosophical beliefs and principles surrounding Classical Era performance practices. Gunn introduces the reader to the Viennese fortepiano and compares its sonic and technical capabilities to the modern piano. In doing so, she demonstrates how understanding Classical fortepiano performance aesthetics can influence contemporary pianists, paying particular focus to technique, dynamics, articulation, rhythm, ornamentation, and pedaling. The book is complete with over 100 music examples that illustrate concepts, as well as sample model lessons that demonstrate the application of Gunn's historically informed style on the modern piano. Each example is available on the book's companion website and is given three recordings: the first, a modern interpretation of the passage on a modern piano; the second, a fortepiano interpretation; and the third, a historically informed performance on a modern piano. With its in-depth yet succinct explanations and examples of the Viennese five-octave fortepiano and the nuances of Classical interpretation and ornamentation, Discoveries from the Fortepiano is an indispensable educational aid to any pianist who seeks an academically and artistically sound approach to the performance of Classical works.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780199396634 20160619
Book
2 volumes : illustrations ; 26 cm
  • Volume 1: Introduction to Volume 1-- Documents 1-93-- Original French texts-- Volume 2: Introduction to Volume 2-- Documents 94-375-- Original French texts-- Bibliography-- Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107092914 20160928
Sebastien Erard and the firm that carried his name are seminal in the history of musical instruments. Erard's inventions - especially the double escapement for the piano and the double-action for the harp - have had an enormous impact on instruments and musical life and are still at the foundation of piano and harp building today. The recently discovered archives of the Erard piano and harp building firm are perhaps the largest and most complete record of musical instrument making anywhere, containing never-before-published correspondence from musicians including Mendelssohn, Liszt and Faure. These volumes present the archive's records and documents in two parts, the first relating to inventions, business, composers and performers and the second to the Erard family correspondence. In both the original French and with English translations, the documents offer fascinating insights into the musical landscape of Europe from the start of Erard's career in 1785 to the closure of the firm in 1959.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107092914 20160928
Music Library
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382 pages : music ; 24 cm + 1 CD
  • Zum Geleit / Ursula Brandstätter
  • Mausklick versus Tastenzauber? : zum Klavierspiel im digitalen Zeitalter / Harald Haslmayr (2015)
  • Allgemeine Tendenzen im klavierpädagogischen Schrifttum des 20. Jahrhunderts / Klaus Wolters (1998)
  • Am Klavier im 20. Jahrhundert : Pädagogische Überlegungen / Ulrich Mahlert (1992)
  • Zwei Hände : Zwölf Tasten : Dreissig Jahre zukunftsorientierte Anfängerpädagogik im Klavierspiel / Klaus Runze (1998)
  • Ressourcen- und lösungsorientierter Umgang mit Fehlern : Adäquates Coaching im künstlerischen (Höchstleistungs-)Bereich / Rainer Holzinger (2009)
  • Conqueringthe Fear of Fear / Adina Mornell (2009)
  • Der Fehler aus der Sicht eines Hochschulprofessors und Konzertpianisten / Martin Hughes (2009)
  • Gibt es eine "ideale" Klaviertechnik, oder sind pianistische Bewegungsformen individuell? / Konrad Meister (1987)
  • Technische Übungen selbst erfinden Historische Grundlagen : praktische Beispiele / Martin Cellrich (1998)
  • Rudolf Konrads Kompendium der Klavierimprovisation in der Praxis / Michael Hrubý (1995)
  • Helfen bei der Musik : Helfen mit der Musik / Roland Voit (2010)
  • Einblicke in Unerhörtes / Martin Rembeck (2010)
  • Von den Herausforderungen, Möglichkeiten und Grenzen des Interpretierens / Peter Röbke (2014)
  • Der musikalische Ausdruck im Wandel der Ideale : die Entwicklung von Komposition, Interpretation und Spieltechnik vom Hammerklavier zum modernen Konzertflügel / Walter Groppenberger (1998)
  • Korrekte Interpretation durch Urtext? / Karl Heinz Füssl (1986)
  • Ausdruck und Authentizität : Klangliche und spieltechnische Voraussetzungen bei der Interpretation Alter Musik auf historischen Tasteninstrumenten / Ludger Lohmann (1995)
  • Bach als wohltemperierter Clavierist : Temperierung : Temperamentenlehre : Tempofragen / Johann Sonnleitner (2000)
  • "Musik lernen ist irgendwie Bach kennenlernen" (Mauricio Kagel) Aspekte der Bachrezeption in der Klaviermusik des 19. und 20. Jahrhunderts / Peter Revers (2000)
  • Konstruktivität und Klangsinnlichkeit in der Klaviermusik / Karin Marsoner (1999)
  • "Das ist himmlisch, göttlich, unaussprechlich!" : Paganini und die zwei Seiten des "romantischen" Virtuosen / Hans Georg Nicklaus (2011)
  • Friederike Müller, eine Lieblingsschülerin Chopins, in ihren unbekannten Briefen aus Paris (1839-1841,1844-1845) / Uta Goebl-Streicher (2010)
  • Ein Blick in die Klaviermusik von Clara Schumann / Edith Picht-Axenfeld (1986)
  • Franz Liszts späte Klavierstücke : ein Abriss / Gerhard Winkler (1986)
  • Materialverarbeitung und korrespondierende Seelenzustände im Spätwerk von Alexander Skrjabin / Hanns Steger (1985)
  • "Luft von anderem Planeten" : Schönbergs Drei Klavierstücke op. 11 / Anton Voigt (2001)
  • Klavier-Flageolett an den Tasten / Peter Roggenkamp (1997)
  • The Concord Sonata / Arthur Greene (2014)
  • "Geflügelte" Rhetorik in Messiaens Petites Esquisses d'Oiseaux / Robert M Wildling (1998)
  • Adoration, adoration, accursed desolation ... : György Kurtág's affinity to Hungarian Folklore / Karin Wagner (2014)
  • Zur Edition / Karin Wagner und Anton Voigt (2015)
  • Anhang
  • Die Autoren
  • Inhalte der CD-Beilage
  • Dank
  • Statuten des Vereines "E P T A" (European Piano Teachers Association) Österreichische Gesellschaft der Klavierpädagoglnnen.
Music Library
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112 pages : music ; 22 cm
Music Library
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xxviii, 264 pages : illustrations, music ; 24 cm
  • Foreword by Norman Krieger Preface Acknowledgments Introduction Chapter 1: C.P.E.--Thinking Outside the Bachs: The Music of Carl Phillip Emanuel Bach Louis Nagel Chapter 2: Soler's Fandango Robin Hancock Chapter 3: Lyricism and Lightness in the Piano Music of Felix Mendelssohn Joel Hastings Chapter 4: Interior Virtuosity: Grasping Faure's Piano Music David Korevaar Chapter 5: Reflections on Performing Dohnanyi's Variations on a Nursery Song for Piano and Orchestra Timothy Ehlen Chapter 6: Francis Poulenc's Early Writing: A Critical Analysis of Trois pieces (1918) and Mouvements perpetuels (1919) Jerry Wong Chapter 7: Drinking from the Source of Universal Folklore: Villa-Lobos, Bach and Choroes Alexandre Dossin Chapter 8: The Musical Imagination of Dmitri Kabalevsky Timothy Shafer Chapter 9: Remembering Alberto Ginastera Barbara Nissman Chapter 10: Improving 'The Long Line' Through Score Markings in Piano Repertoire Caroline Hong Chapter 11: Aaron Copland and the Musical Idea Hilary Demske Chapter 12: Some Suggestions for Playing the Piano Music of Samuel Barber Jeffrey Jacob Chapter 13: A Practical Pianist's Introduction to Messiaen: Technical and Theoretical Approaches via the Vingt Regards sur l'Enfant-Jesus Christopher Taylor Chapter 14: A Pianist Looks at the Music of John Cage, 1946-1948 John Milbauer Chapter 15: The Importance of New Music in the Pianist's Repertoire Scott Holden Index About the Contributors About the Editor.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781442232655 20160704
In The Pianist's Craft 2, pianist and scholar Richard P. Anderson gathers together a new collection of essays by renowned performing artists and teachers and discusses the preparation, pedagogy, and performance of selected works by an entirely different set of composers whose works are standard in the piano literature. In this volume, readers will find an invaluable collection of contributions on C.P.E. Bach, Antonio Soler, Felix Mendelssohn, Gabriel Faure, Erno Dohnanyi, Francis Poulenc, Heitor Villa-Lobos, Dmitri Kabalevsky, Alberto Ginastera, Aaron Copland, Samuel Barber, Olivier Messiaen, and John Cage. The contributors-all nationally and internationally recognized as performing artists, teachers, recording artists, and clinicians-write thoughtfully about the composers whose work they have studied and played for years. Each author addresses issues unique to an individual composer, examining questions of phrasing, tempo, articulation, dynamics, rhythm, color, gesture, lyricism, instrumentation, and genre. Valuable insight is provided into teaching, performing, and preparing these great works-information otherwise available only in conferences, master classes, and private lessons. This collection, with more than 250 musical illustrations, is intended for teachers and students of the intermediate and advanced levels of piano, instructors and performers at the university level, and those who love piano and piano music.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781442232655 20160704
Music Library
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xi, 534 pages : ill. ; 28 cm.
Music Library
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xii, 413 pages : ill., music ; 27 cm.
Music Library
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143 p. ; 19 cm.
East Asia Library
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223 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 28 cm.
  • Vorwort
  • "Piano Pieces" in Salzburg : zur Komposition und Verortung einer Ausstellungsidee / Martin Hochleitner
  • Die Sammlung Wlaschek / Barbara Hagen-Walther
  • Geschichte mit Flügel : die Salzburger Festspiele im Lichte pianistischer Meisterschaft / Margarethe Lasinger
  • "Klavierradikalismus" : Pianisten und ihre Instrumente bei Thomas Bernhard / Manfred Mittermayer
  • Katalog I : Klaviere : Klänge : Kunst
  • Katalog II : Klaviere : Klange : Kunst
  • Katalog III : Klaviere : Klänge : Kunst
  • Pianistinnen und Pianisten bei den Salzburger Festspielen / Margarethe Lasinger
  • Biografien der bildenden Künstlerinnen und Kunstler
  • Impressum.
Music Library
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xiii, 131 pages : illustrations, music ; 24 cm
  • Contents -- Chapter 1. Loving What You Do, Doing What You Love -- Chapter 2. Flow Experience -- Chapter 3. Building Skills -- Chapter 4. Combining Flow and Skills -- Chapter 5. Learning a Simple Piece -- Chapter 6. Learning a More Complex Piece -- Chapter 7. Developing the Confidence to Perform -- Chapter 8. Teaching to Flow -- References -- Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780199316601 20160619
In The Positive Pianist: How Flow Can Bring Passion to Practice and Performance, author Thomas J. Parente applies the concept of flow to the practice of piano playing, demonstrating how student musicians can experience enjoyment and confidence from succeeding at something that challenges them to an engaging level. By using Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi's theory of flow to musical performance, Parente shows that linking productivity and enjoyment in piano playing has a positive impact on students, motivating them to practice more in order to experience flow again; this creates optimal learning conditions for piano practicing. As the chapters progress, Parente shows students how to evaluate their own progress and offers teachers the tools to impart on their students an optimal practice method: one informed by flow. Parente argues for an objective, goal-oriented backdrop that will lead piano students to achieve greater confidence, accuracy, and musicality. The Positive Pianist draws on the author's forty years of teaching experience and research to show piano students and their teachers how to develop a productive, focused mental state when practicing the piano.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780199316601 20160619
Music Library
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184 pages : music ; 30 cm
Music Library
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242 pages : illustrations (color), portraits (color) ; 23 cm.
East Asia Library

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