Instrumentation and orchestration
Schirmer Books, 1997 - 508 páginas
An accessible and complete introduction to writing and scoring music for each instrument of the orchestra. Clear explanations, vivid descriptions of various instruments, expert advice, and numerous musical examples to maximize the student's understanding of concepts being presented. A valuable resource and reference for students in their future professional endeavors, this text maximizes its usefulness beyond the classroom.
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Preparing Scores and Parts
The Orchestral Strings
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