Classical Music Top 40: Learn How To Listen To And Appreciate The 40 Most Popular And Important Pieces I
Simon and Schuster, 1995年3月1日 - 368 頁
The quintessential primer for the budding classical music lover.
Millions of people adore classical music. Millions of other people want to, but simply don’t know how or where to start—so many composers, so many pieces, so many versions, so much music! In either case, this book is for you. In this informal and informative guide, Rudel leads listeners through the forty most essential and popular compositions from the Four Seasons to Rhapsody in Blue, explaining the musical structure of each passage and highlighting special themes or elements to listen for as the music continues. By the time you’re through with his guidance, the music is no longer just a jumbled mass of sound, but instead a stunning piece of music that’s as understandable and enjoyable as any rock ‘n’ roll song.
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Symphony No 5
Symphony No 9Choral
Symphony No 1
Afternoon of a Faun
Symphony No 9From the New World 14 Gershwin Rhapsody in Blue
Piano Concerto in A Minor
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24 MOZART accompanied Adagio Allegro alto Andante angry aria bass drum basset horns bassoons Beethoven beginning brass instruments brief calm celesta cellos cellos and basses chorus clarinet COMPARATIVE RECORDINGS composed contrabassoon cymbals dance DEUTSCHE GRAMMOPHON double bass elegant EMI CLASSICS English horn ENJOYED THIS PIECE excitement explosion fades fast filled final flowing flute flute and oboe fournote harp harpsichord heightened introduces join joyful launch leading listen lyrical melody mood movement’s opening Mozart mystery outburst pace passages pause performance PHILHARMONIC phrase Piano Concerto piccolo pizzicatos quiet quietly REFERENCE RECORDING repeated reprise returns romantic rumble SECOND MOVEMENT second violins slow snare drum solo violin soloist soprano sound steady pulse stop strain strings play Suddenly sustained chord sustained notes SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA tenor theme THIRD MOVEMENT thrilling timpani timpani beats TOTAL trombones trumpets tuba unison variation violas violin and cello violins and violas voices waltz whole orchestra wind instruments woodwinds