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Copland really knows his stuff and has some great insights into things. Knowledge enhances passion, as I try rather vainly to persuade my students about poetry. Trivia About What to Listen fo May 10, Paul rated it it was amazing. That defence seems to rest on the idea of authorial intention.
Often, both escchar are combined.
When one hears them, the conviction grows that Busoni was quite right in saying that the future problems of handling form in music are bound up with this Bach-like freedom in form.
I HIGHLY recommend you listen to the works he mentions while reading the book, it gives you a much much clearer understanding of what he is trying to explain The composer hits upon a musical theme and develops it the way he does because he wishes to express “something” through the music.
Everything is educational from a technical standpoint, and it was interesting to read a composition giant’s musings, however opinionated and d 2. In this book first written in the s, Copland distinguishes between listening on a sensuous plane mere enjoyment of the quality of sound and on expressive and sheerly musical planes.
Michelle You don’t need the paperback page number, you need to learn how to cite electronic sources. We may never like it, but it contains riches that deserve our effort and appreciation, like any other period and form.
Though unable to foresee the future coming changes in secuchar ever-growing and changing musical structures and experimentations that has occurred in the past 50 years, Copland’s analysis and brilliance outlined throughout this book still gives much for the composer, musician, and layperson to learn from, even with the changing and fluid styles of music in this current sonic period. Read my entire review of What to Listen for in Music on mylittleheartmelodies.
The highest level of intelligent listening, then, is the concerted effort of sustained active listening. A very good book for both musicians and non musicians! A well crafted house built by a beautiful musically inclined mind, Aaron Copland captures the love of music while juxtaposing the structural intricacies of how to truly listen to music, yet being restricted by his own period of time and knowledge.
Short escuchat of score illustrate the point made. He managed to clearly describe the evolution of opera as an art, and what the real purposes of that art were. This might include listening to music while driving or turning it on at home for background noise. Jul 26, Richard Pohl rated it really liked it Shelves: Most will find something escuchwr chew on here, as Copland explores the elements of tone, harmony, texture, and rhythm that make up all music. It goes over the major f A very nice book if you want to understand classical music better.
I’d read mixed reports about this book and wasn’t sure about reading it, but I’m very glad I did. But from a historical fomo, I do appreciate this set of lessons. Jan 14, Joshua rated it really liked it. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
I have been reading it in conjunction with Bernstein and a variety of Youtube clips. Published November 5th by Signet Classics first published aaorn There are also chapters on traditional music forms, such as sections, fugues, and sonatas, as well as on free forms. What to Listen for in Music by Aaron Copland.
He describes la grande ligne this way: His musical works ranged from ballet and orchestral music to choral music and movie scores. Its kinda like when your parent would tell you that you are hearing them but not listening to them.
He describes the sensuous plane as listening to music simply for the pleasure of the music itself.
Are you really being sensitive to it? Still, if you want to understand Beethoven, Bach, Tchaikovsky, or opera better in a painless and entertaining way, this book is for you.
This book is cut up by a damaging assumption:
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