New PDF release: Piano Tranquility

By Phil Coulter

ISBN-10: 071199756X

ISBN-13: 9780711997561

(Music revenues America). 19 preparations of Phil Coulter's best-loved songs, together with "The final Rose Of Summer," "Maggie," "The Flight of the Earls," and "The city I enjoyed So Well." those specifically transcribed types make Coulter's works available for many pianists, letting you convey Tranquility domestic.

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Tasks, instruments, silence, ‘games and the rules and their interpretation’ form the basis for the section on Performance, while ‘focus’ and ‘music and life’ constitute subcategories within the experience of Listening. 64 Similarly, musical instruments are no longer constrained by traditional function – ‘not simply as a means of making sounds in the accepted fashion’. 65 One of the most important musical consequences of the experimental aesthetic were ‘that processes [involved … were] the most direct and straightforward A ‘Draft Outline’ of the book, dated ‘August 1970’, is contained in Nyman’s archives.

Ibid. html (accessed 3 January 2012)). 47 ‘Harrison Birtwistle’, London Magazine, 11 (October/November 1971). 48 For more on Nyman’s use of quotation, see my The Music of Michael Nyman: Texts, Contexts and Intertexts (Aldershot: Ashgate 2007). 43 44 12 Michael Nyman: Collected Writings interesting to note that many of his theories about quotation were already being refined and developed some years before he placed theory into practice. The notion of borrowing extends back to Nyman’s musicological research into the techniques and methods of Baroque composers during the mid-1960s.

While the music of La Monte Young and Terry Riley was becoming known by the end of the 1960s in the UK through Cardew’s writings and performances of their music, apart from a broadcast of ‘Come Out’ on the BBC’s Third Programme in 1970, Steve Reich’s music was relatively unknown, and Philip Glass’s music almost completely so. This was also true, to an extent, in the United States, where the four composers lived and worked. Nyman thus played an active role in introducing their music to a wider audience.

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