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Elaine Gould: Behind Bars: Guide To Music Notation

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COMPOSER: Elaine Gould
PUBLISHER: Faber Music
PRODUCT FORMAT: Reference Book
Behind Bars is the indispensable reference book for composers, arrangers, teachers and students of composition, editors, and music processors. In the most thorough and painstakingly researched book to bepublished since the 1980s, specialist music editor Elaine Gould provides a comprehensive
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Composer Elaine Gould
Publisher Faber Music
Number of pages 704
Product Format Reference Book
Description Product Type Book [Softcover]
Genre Reference
ISBN 9780571514564
No. FAB0571514561
Text language English
Description

Behind Bars is the indispensable reference book for composers, arrangers, teachers and students of composition, editors, and music processors. In the most thorough and painstakingly researched book to bepublished since the 1980s, specialist music editor Elaine Gould provides a comprehensive grounding in notational principles.

Behind Bars covers everything from basic rules, conventions and themes to complexinstrumental techniques, empowering the reader to prepare music with total clarity and precision. With the advent of computer technology, it has never been more important for musicians to have ready access to principles ofbestpractice in this dynamic field, and this book will support the endeavours of software users and devotees of hand-copying alike. The author's understanding of, and passion for, her subject has resulted in a book that is notonly practical but also compellingly readable.

This seminal and all-encompassing guide encourages new standards of excellence and accuracy and, at a weighty 704 pages, it is supported by 1,500 music examples of publishedscores from Bach to Xenakis.

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