8 edition of Interpreting Bach at the keyboard found in the catalog.
|Statement||Paul Badura-Skoda ; translated by Alfred Clayton.|
|LC Classifications||ML410.B1 B24513 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 573 p. :|
|Number of Pages||573|
|LC Control Number||92012565|
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Interpreting Bach at the Keyboard by Paul Badura-Skoda (, UK-Paperback, Reprint) at the . This book sets forth the provocative theories of a musician who has been called the outstanding harpsichordist of this century. The late Ralph Kirkpatrick reveals here his approach to a deeper comprehension of music, showing how his methods are applied to the preludes and fugues of the Well-Tempered Clavier of J.S. Bach. “This book is brilliant and important.”—.
The Well-Tempered Clavier, BWV –, is a collection of two sets of preludes and fugues in all 24 major and minor keys, composed for solo keyboard by Johann Sebastian Bach's time Clavier was a generic name indicating a variety of keyboard instruments, most typically a harpsichord or clavichord – but not excluding an organ either.. The modern German spelling for the collection is. Interpreting Bach at the Keyboard. Paul Badura-Skoda ; Translated by Alfred Clayton. OXFORD: [ Clarendon Paperbacks. by BADURA-SKODA, Paul. [ Bach, Johann Sebastian ] Translated by Alfred Clayton. and a great selection of related books, art Book Edition: First Paperback Edition.
Johann Sebastian Bach, (born March 21 [Ma New Style], , Eisenach, Thuringia, Ernestine Saxon Duchies [Germany]—died J , Leipzig), composer of the Baroque era, the most celebrated member of a large family of north German gh he was admired by his contemporaries primarily as an outstanding harpsichordist, organist, and expert on organ building, Bach . 31 Short Pieces to Play Before the Two-Part Inventions. By Johann Sebastian Bach / ed. Maurice Hinson. Piano Book. This series of publications is actually comprised of five narrowly focused series: Piano Music from His Early Years, Piano Music Inspired by Women, Dances of and Humor in Piano Music. They are a result of in-depth musicologicalCategory: Piano Collection.
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Copiously illustrated throughout with music examples, Interpreting Bach at the Keyboard will take its place as a standard work for all students and performers of Bach's keyboard music Cited by: 6. Interpreting Bach at the Keyboard. The ever-increasing number of performances of Bach's music is a sign of its enduring vitality/5(13).
Bach's mordent Arpeggios The application of ornaments that are not notated Free embellishments in Bach's keyboard works Epilogue Appendix 1.
Some recommended editions of Bach's keyboard works Appendix 2. Some textual and interpretational problems in Bach's Chromatic Fantasia and Fugue, BWV Appendix : $ Interpreting Bach at the Keyboard.
The ever-increasing number of performances of Interpreting Bach at the keyboard book music is a sign of its enduring vitality.
Yet there exists a diversity of interpretation of a magnitude that probably applies to no other composer. The ever-increasing number of performances of Bach's music is a sign of its enduring vitality.
But perhaps no other composer is subject to such a wide diversity of interpretation--assessing the merits of these many interpretations and unravelling the sources and documents on which they are based can be extremely difficult for the modern performer.
Copiously illustrated with musical examples, the book will take its place as a standard work for all students and performers of Bach's ever-popular keyboard music."--Publisher's description Translation of: Bach-Interpretation Includes bibliographical references and indexesPages: Interpreting Bach at the keyboard by Paul Badura-Skoda,Clarendon edition, in English - 1st paperback : Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
Interpreting Bach at the keyboard by Paul Badura-Skoda; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Harpsichord music, Interpretation (Phrasing, dynamics, etc.), Performance practice (Music); People: Johann Sebastian Bach (); Times: 18th century. Copiously illustrated throughout with music examples, Interpreting Bach at the Keyboard will take its place as a standard work for all students and performers of Bach's keyboard music.
Read this book on Questia. The Interpretation of Bach's Keyboard Works by Erwin Bodky, | Online Research Library: Questia Read the full-text online edition of The Interpretation of Bach's Keyboard Works (). 15 On Interpreting Bach H. Longuet-Higgins and M. Steedman Department of Machine Intelligence and Perception University of Edinburgh Abstract We have attempted to discover formal rules for transcribing into musical notation the fugue subjects of the Well-Tempered Clavier, as this might be.
Interpreting Bach at the Keyboard by Paul Badura-Skoda,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(13). Copiously illustrated throughout with music examples, Interpreting Bach at the Keyboard will take its place as a standard work for all students and performers of Bach's keyboard music.
About the Author: Professor Paul Badura-Skoda is a pianist and Range: $ - $ This book is a presentation of the issues involved in performing and interpreting Bach’s keyboard music.
Badura-Skoda draws on his 40 years of experience playing Bach, as well as a great deal of research by himself and others. Interpreting Bach at the keyboard. [Paul Badura-Skoda] -- "The ever-increasing number of performances of Bach's music is a sign of its enduring vitality.
But perhaps no other composer is subject to such a wide diversity of interpretation--assessing the. Given Bach's lack of directions for performance, it is only natural that editions and recordings of his keyboard works often reveal greatly differing approaches to the interpretation of this music.
It is the writer's belief that exposure to the interpretative ideas of more than one person can help the student to discover the way in which he can. Buy Interpreting Bach at the Keyboard Books online at best prices in India by Alfred Clayton,Paul Badura-Skoda from Buy Interpreting Bach at the Keyboard online of India’s Largest Online Book Store, Only Genuine Products.
Lowest price and Replacement Guarantee. Cash On Delivery Available. Description: Paul Badura-Skoda has been studying and performing Bach's keyboard music for more than 40 years. In this volume he presents a host of valuable new insights drawn from his deep knowledge of the sources and the problems of interpretation.
Historical Fingerings C. Bach J. Bach significantly reformed fingering practices. Whereas the trend prior to Bach was to use primarily the middle three fingers, his intricate compositional content (and increased use of black-key tonalities) necessitated.
JS Bach wrote these comments on his copy of the Bible. The annotations are here given in German with a translation by Alfred Clayton. The extracts are quoted in Interpreting Bach at the Keyboard by Paul Badura-Skoda.
I have also indicated what part of the Bible the annotations refer to, information that Badura-Skoda includes in a footnote. Paul Badura-Skoda, who has been studying and performing Bach's keyboard music for more than 40 years, here presents a host of insights drawn from his knowledge of the sources and of the problems Author: Badura-Skoda, Paul.Interpreting Bach at the Keyboard (Clarendon Paperbacks) out of 5 stars Happy to have read this This book is very informative/5(3).As for Bach, he has clearly indicated precisely how the ornaments should be played, in the examples given on the first page of theClavierbüchlein (Little Book for the Piano), written for his son Wilhelm Friedemann Bach, his system of playing from figured bass in the Clavierbüchlein for Anna Magdalena Bach, as well as a theoretical work on.