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Alexander Publishing - Professional Orchestration Vol 1: Solo Instruments and Instrumentation Notes

Alexander Publishing - Professional Orchestration Vol 1: Solo Instruments and Instrumentation Notes
Alexander Publishing - Professional Orchestration Vol 1:
Solo Instruments and Instrumentation Notes

PDF | 801 pages | 116 MB

Professional Orchestration™ Volume 1, Solo Instruments and Instrumentation Notes is the first orchestration book to be written on the scoring stages in Los Angeles. It’s 800-pages, 8.25 x11 with full page/full score examples. Volume 1, called the First Key to Learning Professional Orchestration, covers all the main orchestral instruments, and percussion, with electronic scoring notes. Where available, nearly all the book’s examples, by instrument, are organized by demonstrating the instrument in its low, medium, high and very high ranges.

This method of organization is followed in each succeeding volume. As a result, you’ll learn from common practice how and where specific devices and combinations work best. With its full page/full score examples on an oversized textbook page, you’re able to see and hear what the instrument sounds like in that range within the context of the full orchestral score.

This approach goes beyond the typical instrument/range instruction as you learn more clearly how to write for a solo instrument along with the career skill of learning score reduction. Through score reduction, you’ll learn both orchestration and compositional techniques. In our study of how the great composers taught themselves, self-instruction was the #2 skill for success, and you’ll learn that skill in Professional Orchestration.

Table of Contents:

Chapter 1 -String Section Overview
Chapter 2 -The Violin : Basic Information
Chapter 3 -The Viola : Basic Information
Chapter 4 -The Cello : Basic Information
Chapter 5 -The String Bass : Basic Information
Chapter 6 -Bowings, Effects, & Bowing Effects
Chapter 7 -String Stops
Chapter 8 -Divisi
Chapter 9 -Muted Strings
Chapter 10 -Pizzicato
Chapter 11 -Natural and Artificial Harmonics
Chapter 12 -Woodwind Basics
Chapter 13 -The Flute
Chapter 14 -The Piccolo
Chapter 15 -The Oboe
Chapter 16 -The English Horn
Chapter 17 -The Clarinet
Chapter 18 -The Bass Clarinet
Chapter 19 -The Bassoon
Chapter 20 -The Contrabassoon
Chapter 21 -Brass Basics
Chapter 22 -The Bb Trumpet
Chapter 23 -The Tenor and Bass Trombones
Chapter 24 -The Tubas
Chapter 25 -The French Horn
Chapter 26 -The Harp
Chapter 27 -Piano, Organ, Celeste, & Virtual Orchestra
Chapter 28 -The Percussion Section
Bibliography

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