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Author Steinberg, Michael, 1928-2009.
Title The concerto : a listener's guide / Michael Steinberg.
Imprint Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2000.

Author Steinberg, Michael, 1928-2009.
Subject Concertos -- Analysis, appreciation.
Description 1 online resource (xv, 506 pages) : music
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Note Originally published: 1998.
Contents Adams:. Violin concerto -- Bach: The Branderburg concertos; Harpsichord (or Violin) concerto in D minor; Two-violin concerto -- Barber: Piano concerto; violin concerto -- Bartók: Piano concertos no. 1-3; Violin concerto no. 2 -- Beethoven: Piano concertos no. 1-5; Triple concerto for piano, violin, and cello; Violin concerto -- Berg: Violin concerto -- Brahms: Piano concertos no. 1-2; Violin concerto; Double concerto for violin and cello -- Bridge: Oration, for cello and orchestra -- Britten. Violin concerto; Symphony for cello and orchestra -- Bruch: Violin concerto no. 1; Scottish fantasy, for violin and orchestra -- Carter: Oboe concerto; Violin concerto; Double concerto for harpsichord, piano, and two orchestras -- Chausson: Poème, for violin and orchestra -- Copland: Clarinet concerto -- Dvŏrák: Cello concerto -- Elgar: Cello concerto; Violin concerto -- Grieg: Piano concerto -- Hindemith: Cello concerto; Der Schwanendreher, for viola and orchestra Trauermusik, for viola and orchestra -- Korngold: Violin concerto -- Lalo: Symphonie espagnole, for violin and orchestra -- Ligeti: Cello concerto; Piano concerto; Violin concerto -- Liszt: Piano concertos no. 1-2 -- Lutosławsk:. Cello concerto -- Martin: Concerto for seven winds, timpani, percussion, and string; Polyptyque, for violin and two string orchestra[s] -- Mendelssohn: Piano concerto no. 1; Violin concerto -- Mozart: Clarinet concerto; Horn concerto no. 3; Piano concertos no. 9, 11-27; Violin concertos no. 3-5; Sinfonia concertante, for violin and viola -- Nielsen: Clarinet concerto; Flute concerto -- Perle: Piano concerto no. 1 -- Prokofiev: Piano concerto no. 2-3; Violin concerto no. 1-2 -- Rachmaninoff: Piano concertos no. 2-3; Rhapsody on a theme of Paganini, for piano and orchestra -- Ravel:Piano concerto in G; Concerto for piano, left-hand and orchestra -- Reger:Piano concerto -- Saint-Saëns:Piano concertos no. 2, 4 -- Schoenberg:Piano concerto; Violin concerto -- Schuman:Violin concerto -- Schumann:Cello concerto; Piano concerto; Violin concerto; Concertstück, for four horns -- Sessions: Violin concerto -- Shostakovich: Cello concerto no. 1; Piano concerto no. 1; Violin concerto no. 1 -- Sibelius: Violin concerto -- Strauss: Burleske, for piano and orchestra; Horn concertos no. 1-2; Oboe concerto -- Stravinsky: Capriccio for piano and orchestra; Piano concerto; Violin concerto -- Tchaikovsky: Piano concertos no. 1-2; Violin concerto; Variations on a Rococo theme, for cello and orchestra -- Walton: Cello concerto; Viola concerto; Violin concerto -- Zimmermann: Nobody knows de trouble I see, for trumpet and orchestra.
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Summary Michael Steinberg's 1996 volume The Symphony: A Reader's Guide received glowing reviews across America. It was hailed as "wonderfully clear ... recommended warmly to music lovers on all levels" (Washington Post), "informed and thoughtful" (Chicago Tribune), and "composed by a master stylist"(San Francisco Chronicle). Seiji Ozawa wrote that "his beautiful and effortless prose speaks from the heart." Michael Tilson Thomas called The Symphony "an essential book for any concertgoer." Now comes the companion volume--The Concerto: A Listener's Guide. In this marvelous book, Steinberg discusses over 120 works, ranging from Johann Sebastian Bach in the 1720s to John Adams in 1994. Readers will find here the heart of the standard repertory, among them Bach's BrandenburgConcertos, eighteen of Mozart's piano concertos, all the concertos of Beethoven and Brahms, and major works by Mendelssohn, Schumann, Liszt, Bruch, Dvora'k, Tchaikovsky, Grieg, Elgar, Sibelius, Strauss, and Rachmaninoff. The book also provides luminous introductions to the achievement oftwentieth-century masters such as Arnold Schoenberg, Be'la Barto'k, Igor Stravinsky, Alban Berg, Paul Hindemith, Sergei Prokofiev, Aaron Copland, and Elliott Carter. Steinberg examines the work of these musical giants with unflagging enthusiasm and bright style. He is a master of capturing theexpressive, dramatic, and emotional values of the music and of conveying the historical and personal context in which these wondrous works were composed. His writing blends impeccable scholarship, deeply felt love of music, and entertaining whimsy. Here then is a superb journey through one of music's richest and most diverse forms, with Michael Steinberg along as host, guide, and the best of companions.
ISBN 1423738675 (electronic bk.)
9781423738671 (electronic bk.)
9780198026341
019802634X
0195139313
9780195139310
0195103300 (Cloth)
9780195103304 (Cloth)
0195139313 (pbk.)
9780195139310 (pbk.)
OCLC # 62386803
Additional Format Print version: Steinberg, Michael, 1928-2009. Concerto. Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2000 0195139313 0195103300 (DLC) 97042678 (OCoLC)45041572.