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Sibelius the orchestral music : an owner"s manual by David Hurwitz

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Published by Amadeus in Pompton Plains, N.J .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Sibelius, Jean, -- 1865-1957 -- Criticism and interpretation,
  • Music -- Finland,
  • Music appreciation

Book details:

Edition Notes

The compact discs accompanying this book are shelved in the Music Listening Center.

Other titlesSibelius :
StatementDavid Hurwitz
SeriesUnlocking the masters series -- no. 12
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMT92.S63 H87 2007
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 190 p. ;
Number of Pages190
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18244101M
ISBN 101574671499
ISBN 109781574671490
LC Control Number2007276540

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The following is a list of works by Jean Sibelius ( – ), presented as a sortable table with eight parameters: title, category, key, catalogue number, year of composition, genre, and—if applicable—text author; for some compositions, comments are provided, as well. The table's default ordering is by genre and, within a genre, by chevreschevalaosta.comgue: Op. 1 – , JS 1 – Oct 06,  · Sibelius is the world’s best-selling music notation software, offering sophisticated, yet easy-to-use tools that are proven and trusted by composers, arrangers, publishers, educators, and. Dec 17,  · Sibelius 8 introduced optimization for pen input with Microsoft’s Surface Pro together with the Annotate feature that allows comments to be handwritten directly on the score. In this video you. "When the New York Philharmonic's radio audience was polled in , the most popular composer was Jean Sibelius, whose music held a unique fascination for listeners of the s, '40s and '50s. Having passed through a period of coolness on the part of the musical establishment, in the s Sibelius's music again enjoys widespread critical appreciation, along with greater exposure than ever.