Arranging Music for the Real World
Mel Bay Publications, 27 ago. 2015 - 212 páginas
This book is written from a composer's point of view and is intended to be a reference book for the analysis of arranging techniques. Its aim is to help composers and arrangers improve their compositional skills as well astheir understanding of various musical styles. Through a study and analysis of the scores and styles of the master composers, the author gives a broad view of the music of both the past and of the present. This allows the musician to navigate within the contemporary music scene with anessential awareness of and appreciation for all genres of music. The skills and concepts taught in this book willhelp the aspiring arranger harmonize melodies and writecounter-melodies quickly and efficiently utilizing various combinations of instruments and voices, whether for pops orchestra, television, or recordings, according to the demands of modern commercial music. Downloadable audio available online.
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DOUBLING OF NOTES
CLARITY OF DESIGN AND MOTION
BALANCE AND TONE COLOR
A BRIEF HISTORICAL SURVEY OF ORCHESTRATION
WRITING FOR TWO PARTS
SEVEN METHODS FOR ACHIEVING VARIETY WITH
SOLUTIONS TO ASSIGNMENTS
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Arranging Music for the Real World: Classical and Commercial Aspects
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