ሳ The Best What to Listen For in Music (Signet Classics) ⚧ Book By Aaron Copland ⚺ ሳ The Best What to Listen For in Music (Signet Classics) ⚧ Book By Aaron Copland ⚺ This is a reprint of the enormously popular 1957 edition of Copland s guide to music There is no new text by Copland, only a new introduction by composer William Schuman, which is an encomium to the Dean of American Music In large measure, the book owes its success to its simple, jargon free language and engaging style One wishes, though, that Copland might have added an assessment of the musical scene of the past 30 years The bibliography has not been updated and is thus virtually useless, with the most recent entry 1955 Nonetheless, the book remains an excellent guide for the novice Larry Lipkis, Moravian Coll., Bethlehem, Pa.Copyright 1988 Reed Business Information, Inc.aOne of the most helpful, sensible, and enjoyable discourses on the subject ever published.a aVictor Record Review aBy far the best thing of its kind yet to appear.a aModern Music One of the most helpful, sensible, and enjoyable discourses on the subject ever published Victor Record Review By far the best thing of its kind yet to appear Modern Music Aaron Copland Biography life, family, children, death Aaron was born on November in Brooklyn, New York, the youngest of five children to Harris Morris and Sarah Mittenthal The family lived above a department store, which they owned One s sisters showed him how play piano when he eleven years Copland, Erich Kunzel, Cincinnati Pops Orchestra Music America What to Listen For in Music (Signet Classics)

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