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Mozart - A Life (Paperback): Paul Johnson Mozart - A Life (Paperback)
Paul Johnson
R385 R318 Discovery Miles 3 180 Save R67 (17%) Ships in 10 - 20 work days

Mozart's music has enthralled listeners for centuries. In this brilliant biography, acclaimed historian Paul Johnson draws upon his expert knowledge of the era and Mozart's own private letters to conjure Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's life and times in rich detail.

Johnson charts Mozart's life from age three through to his later years - when he penned "The Marriage of Figaro and Don Giovanni." Along the way, Johnson challenges some of the popular myths that cloud Mozart's image: his allegedly tempestuous personal relationships and supposedly bitter rivalry with Salieri, as well as the notion that he was desperately impoverished when he died.

The result - a bold, invigorating portrait of one of the most popular and influential composers of all time - is a welcome addition to Johnson's extraordinary body of work and makes a perfect gift for classical music lovers and fans of biographies.

We are: Bob Chilcott We are
Bob Chilcott
R150 Discovery Miles 1 500 Ships in 12 - 17 work days

for SATTBB & SA or SATB unaccompanied We are is a dynamic and vibrant setting of 'The human family', a powerful poem by American poet Maya Angelou. The poet's message that 'we are more alike than we are unalike' is carried through the piece by a compelling rhythmic figure, and the a cappella textures and interplay between voices creates an infectious energy. The rich texture of the double choir scoring allows the two groups of singers to work together to create the sense of unity and common purpose the poem speaks to. We are was commissioned by The King's Singers for their 50th anniversary celebrations and features on their album 'GOLD' (Signum, SIGCD500). The piece was originally presented with the first choir scoring as AATBarBarB, but has since been rescored for SATTBB, with the option for the second choir to be SA or SATB remaining unchanged.

Nigel Kennedy Uncensored! (Hardcover): Nigel Kennedy Nigel Kennedy Uncensored! (Hardcover)
Nigel Kennedy
R531 Discovery Miles 5 310 Ships in 12 - 17 work days

Nigel Kennedy changed the course of classical music in the late 1980s with his interpretation of Vivaldi's 'Four Seasons'. He was revolutionary: in his performance and presentation; in his technique and his open-minded attitude. A natural boundary-pusher and musical adventurer, Nigel Kennedy blew minds - and sales records - as he became the best-selling violinist of all time. Instead of an Introduction, Nigel opens with a tongue-in-cheek 'Warning': readers should beware of his politically incorrect writing style and his frank take on the BBC, record companies, the Bavarian Police and any other 'self-appointed wielders of power.' It sets the tone for a truly original memoir that is as playful, unconventional and carefully executed as his music. The book is structured like a musical performance, with 'Interludes', 'Outros' and an 'Encore' separating the regular chapters which cover Nigel's life story, from his humble beginnings and scholarship to the newly created Yehudi Menuhin School - and then New York at The Juilliard School - to his flourishing career and break-through as a world-class superstar. 'Interludes' cover subjects varying from Nigel's best and worst gigs ("It might seem strange that shit gigs stick in the mind so much more than the good ones but I suppose it makes sense..."), to run-ins with rock stars and Police forces around the world. His anecdote on the London Metropolitan Police's handling of a noise complaint at an after-show all-star jam is particularly funny: "These guys (the Met) were cheerful, they dealt with the situation and didn't escalate the problem when there wasn't one. 10/10" 'Outros' cover Nigel's thoughts on classical music today - fascinating reading from the perspective of a virtuoso - to Brexit, where the spelling of the word alone leaves the reader in little doubt as to which side of the fence the author sits. 'Encores' is a comprehensive section on Nigel's recorded output, covering his early classical work, the Four Seasons and later albums. There are insights into his work with rock musicians including Robert Plant, the late drummer Michael Lee, Killing Joke singer Jaz Coleman, and producers Eddie Kramer (Jimmy Hendrix) and John Leckie (Stone Roses). Nigel's writing on Gershwin, Yehudi Menuhin, Stephan Grappelli ('my biggest inspiration'), Jimi Hendrix and the Doors is compelling. Nigel writes of his interests outside music - boxing and football - which provide inspiration and balance to his creative output (on Aston Villa - "a true blessing for me to have an outlet in which I was surrounded by normal, honest, hard-working people who did 'proper jobs'"). There is a splendid chapter on 'Kitchen Golf', a not-without-risk variation of the game, conjured up with close friend and mischief-maker Gary Lineker, during a messy late night kitchen session. "My whole life has been spent breaking down barriers between people and this book is proof of that." states Nigel in his 'Warning'. It's a Mission Statement borne out in 'Uncensored' with aplomb.

The Present State of Music in France and Italy - Or, the Journal of a Tour Through Those Countries, Undertaken to Collect... The Present State of Music in France and Italy - Or, the Journal of a Tour Through Those Countries, Undertaken to Collect Materials for a General History of Music (Paperback)
Charles Burney
R523 Discovery Miles 5 230 Ships in 12 - 17 work days
In Search of Real Music - The Story of Classical Music from 1600 to 2000 (Paperback): Clive Bate In Search of Real Music - The Story of Classical Music from 1600 to 2000 (Paperback)
Clive Bate
R335 Discovery Miles 3 350 Ships in 12 - 17 work days

In Search of Real Music gives a new perspective on the history of classical music from 1600 to 2000 AD. Written for anyone who enjoys classical music and wants to know more about how it developed, it presents a profile of the music produced in each 50-year period, with additional sections describing the progress of musical instruments, the orchestra, publishing and recording, and the buildings designed for operas and concerts. This book sets out the recollections and research of one amateur listener. As a schoolboy, Clive Bate played the violin in the National Youth Orchestra under Walter Susskind and Hugo Rignold. Later he played in Bryan Fairfax's Polyphonia for the celebrated first performance of Havergal Brian's Gothic Symphony. Although he became immersed in a career in I.T. and management consultancy, music remained his principal interest. With retirement he turned his attention to writing this concise history. It is neither an encyclopedia nor a set of biographies, but explores the crucial events, traditions and changes that shaped the course of the art form that is one of Europe's greatest contributions to civilization. In Search of Real Music will allow you to make connections between strands of history that are rarely brought together, and thus enrich your understanding of the music you love.

Ten Masterpieces of Music (Hardcover): Harvey Sachs Ten Masterpieces of Music (Hardcover)
Harvey Sachs
R673 R565 Discovery Miles 5 650 Save R108 (16%) Ships in 7 - 11 work days

In this magisterial volume, Harvey Sachs, author of the highly acclaimed biography Toscanini, takes readers into the heart of ten great works of classical music-works that have endured because they were created by composers who had a genius for drawing music out of their deepest wellsprings. These masters-Mozart and Beethoven; Schubert, Schumann, Berlioz, Verdi and Brahms; Sibelius, Prokofiev and Stravinsky-communicated their life experiences through music and through music they universalised the intimate. By expanding our perceptions of these ten pieces-composed in the years between 1784 and 1966-Sachs, in lush, exquisite prose, invites us to consider why music stimulates, disturbs, exalts and consoles us. He has lived with these masterpieces for a lifetime and his descriptions of them and the dramatic lives of the composers who wrote them bring a heightened dimension to the musical perceptions of readers who may be casual listeners, students, professional musicians or anyone in between.

The Classic FM Puzzle Book 365 (Paperback): Classic FM, Alexander Armstrong The Classic FM Puzzle Book 365 (Paperback)
Classic FM, Alexander Armstrong
R405 R339 Discovery Miles 3 390 Save R66 (16%) Ships in 10 - 20 work days

*** With a foreword by Alexander Armstrong. Do you know your Chopin from your Schubert? Your concerto from your cadenza? The Classic FM Puzzle Book 365 will sharpen your musical knowledge with a fun and stimulating puzzle to challenge and entertain you every single day of the year. From quizzes to wordsearches, logic tests to missing symbols - via emojis, sudoku, crosswords and more - our classical music experts have created a compendium of 365 puzzles to keep you guessing the whole year round.

Walton'S Paean (Book): David Bednall Walton'S Paean (Book)
David Bednall
R233 Discovery Miles 2 330 Ships in 12 - 17 work days

Commissioned for the 40th birthday of the organist Paul Walton, Walton's Paean is a work of great verve, with compelling rhythms, exciting harmonies, and catchy melodies propelling the celebratory music forward. Through the boisterous excitement, legato passages emerge as the piece hurtles towards the resounding finale. There is also a little joke in the occasional references to the music of Paul Walton's namesake, William.

Hearing Beethoven - A Story of Musical Loss and Discovery (Paperback): Robin Wallace Hearing Beethoven - A Story of Musical Loss and Discovery (Paperback)
Robin Wallace
R430 R378 Discovery Miles 3 780 Save R52 (12%) Ships in 7 - 11 work days

We're all familiar with the image of a fierce and scowling Beethoven, struggling doggedly to overcome his rapidly progressing deafness. That Beethoven continued to play and compose for more than a decade after he lost his hearing is often seen as an act of superhuman heroism. But the truth is that Beethoven's response to his deafness was entirely human. And by demystifying what he did, we can learn a great deal about Beethoven's music. Perhaps no one is better positioned to help us do so than Robin Wallace, who not only has dedicated his life to the music of Beethoven but also has close personal experience with deafness. One day, Wallace's late wife, Barbara, found she couldn't hear out of her right ear-the result of radiation administered to treat a brain tumor early in life. Three years later, she lost hearing in her left ear as well. Over the eight and a half years that remained of her life, despite receiving a cochlear implant, Barbara didn't overcome her deafness or ever function again like a hearing person. Wallace shows here that Beethoven didn't do those things, either. Rather than heroically overcoming his deafness, Beethoven accomplished something even more challenging: he adapted to his hearing loss and changed the way he interacted with music, revealing important aspects of its very nature in the process. Wallace tells the story of Beethoven's creative life, interweaving it with his and Barbara's experience to reveal aspects that only living with deafness could open up. The resulting insights make Beethoven and his music more accessible and help us see how a disability can enhance human wholeness and flourishing.

Fryderyk Chopin - A Life and Times (Paperback): Alan Walker Fryderyk Chopin - A Life and Times (Paperback)
Alan Walker
R456 Discovery Miles 4 560 Ships in 12 - 17 work days
Song Without Words for Piano Solo - Piano Solo (Paperback): Vaja Azarashvili Song Without Words for Piano Solo - Piano Solo (Paperback)
Vaja Azarashvili
R318 R271 Discovery Miles 2 710 Save R47 (15%) Out of stock
The NPR Classical Music Companion - An Essential Guide for Enlightened Listening (Hardcover): Miles Hoffman The NPR Classical Music Companion - An Essential Guide for Enlightened Listening (Hardcover)
Miles Hoffman
R760 R628 Discovery Miles 6 280 Save R132 (17%) Ships in 7 - 11 work days
In My Own Time - An Autobiography (Hardcover): Humphrey Burton In My Own Time - An Autobiography (Hardcover)
Humphrey Burton
R632 Discovery Miles 6 320 Ships in 12 - 17 work days

Sir Humphrey Burton is one of Britain's most influential post-war music and arts broadcasters. Witty, humorous and full of humanity, Burton's account presents us with never before recorded perspectives on the world of British cultural broadcasting and classical music. Burton worked with such outstanding directing talents as Ken Russell and John Schlesinger, before becoming the BBC's Head of Music and the Arts. Already in the 1960s, in conversations with Glenn Gould for instance, Burton helped to create innovative ways of presenting music to new audiences. Following Sir David Frost's call to LWT/ITV, Burton rose to prominence with presenting the award-winning arts series Aquarius (1970-1975). The early 1970s saw the beginning of Burton's long association with Leonard Bernstein. Burton was at hand filming the maestro's educational programs, as well as concerts with the Vienna Philharmonic. Unforgettable are his chronicles of Bernstein's last years, culminating in a worldwide broadcast of the conductor's Berlin Freedom Concert after the fall of the Berlin Wall. Burton's gift for communicating music turned him into a celebrated Bernstein biographer. With multi award-winning television programmes to his name, such as the BBC's Young Musician of the Year, Burton left an indelible mark on Britain's music and arts broadcasting history. Sir Humphrey Burton offers us many encounters with twentieth century classical music's superstars and former broadcasting colleagues. What transpires is a creative mind at work that never lost sight of the demand that the appropriate presentation of music can only go hand-in-hand with a deep understanding of music itself. This long-awaited autobiography is a must-read for classical musical enthusiasts and those fascinated by some of the twentieth century's star performers. It also offers unique insights into the history of music, the BBC and arts broadcasting in twentieth-century Britain.

Musik Mit Wurfeln Piano Solo - Piano Solo (Sheet music): Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Musik Mit Wurfeln Piano Solo - Piano Solo (Sheet music)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
R400 R334 Discovery Miles 3 340 Save R66 (17%) Ships in 7 - 11 work days
Beethoven - A Political Artist in Revolutionary Times (Hardcover): William Kinderman Beethoven - A Political Artist in Revolutionary Times (Hardcover)
William Kinderman
R736 Discovery Miles 7 360 Ships in 12 - 17 work days

We have long regarded Beethoven as a great composer, but we rarely appreciate that he was also an eminently political artist. This book unveils the role of politics in his oeuvre, elucidating how the inherently political nature of Beethoven's music explains its power and endurance. William Kinderman presents Beethoven as a civically engaged thinker faced with severe challenges. The composer lived through many tumultuous events--the French Revolution, the rise and fall of Napoleon Bonaparte, and the Congress of Vienna among them. Previous studies of Beethoven have emphasized the importance of his personal suffering and inner struggles; Kinderman instead establishes that musical tensions in works such as the Eroica, the Appassionata, and his final piano sonata in C minor reflect Beethoven's attitudes toward the political turbulence of the era. Written for the 250th anniversary of his birth, Beethoven takes stock of the composer's legacy, showing how his idealism and zeal for resistance have ensured that masterpieces such as the Ninth Symphony continue to inspire activists around the globe. Kinderman considers how the Fifth Symphony helped galvanize resistance to fascism, how the Sixth has energized the environmental movement, and how Beethoven's civic engagement continues to inspire in politically perilous times. Uncertain times call for ardent responses, and, as Kinderman convincingly affirms, Beethoven's music is more relevant today than ever before.

Change of Key - Africa to the Arts (Paperback): Moira Bennett Change of Key - Africa to the Arts (Paperback)
Moira Bennett
R407 Discovery Miles 4 070 Ships in 12 - 17 work days

In her early fifties, Moira Bennett was widowed with a school-age son and in need of a job. With virtually no previous working experience but full of energy and determination, she found herself working at the Britten-Pears Schoolat Snape, helping to run masterclasses for young professional musicians studying with artists such as Peter Pears, Galina Vishnevskaya, Mstislav Rostropovich, Hugues Cuenod and William Pleeth. Her gift for arts administration - understanding the needs of performers and audiences - was soon to become highly valued at Aldeburgh, as she became the Registrar at the Britten-Pears School and went on to create the post of Development Director in the early days ofcommercial sponsorship of the arts. She was later invited to take on a similar role at the Barbican Centre, supporting a series of international arts festivals, before going on to work with the London Symphony Orchestra. In 2012 the Bittern Press published Moira Bennett's history of the Britten-Pears School, Making Musicians, which Classical Music magazine made one its Books of the Year. Now in her early nineties, Moira Bennett has written an extraordinary autobiography, casting an astute eye over her childhood and adolescence in South Africa, the impact of the Second World War and the Apartheid years on the country, and her second, 'unexpected', life in the arts.

Graded Pieces for Piano - Grades 3-5 (Book): Ludovico Einaudi Graded Pieces for Piano - Grades 3-5 (Book)
Ludovico Einaudi
R460 R386 Discovery Miles 3 860 Save R74 (16%) Ships in 7 - 11 work days
Dvorak's Prophecy - And the Vexed Fate of Black Classical Music (Hardcover): Joseph Horowitz Dvorak's Prophecy - And the Vexed Fate of Black Classical Music (Hardcover)
Joseph Horowitz; Foreword by George Shirley
R627 R519 Discovery Miles 5 190 Save R108 (17%) Ships in 7 - 11 work days

In 1893 the composer Antonin Dvorak prophesied a "great and noble" school of American classical music based on the searing "negro melodies" he had excitedly discovered since arriving in the United States a year before. But while Black music would found popular genres known the world over, it never gained a foothold in the concert hall. Joseph Horowitz ranges throughout American cultural history, from Frederick Douglass and Huckleberry Finn to Gershwin's Porgy and Bess and the work of Ralph Ellison, searching for explanations. Challenging the standard narrative for American classical music fashioned by Leonard Bernstein and Aaron Copland, he looks back to literary figures-Emerson, Melville and Twain-to ponder how American music can connect with a "usable past". The result is a new paradigm, that makes room for Black composers, including Harry Burleigh, Nathaniel Dett, William Dawson and Florence Price, to redefine the classical canon.

Continental Riff (Paperback): Isabel Rogers Continental Riff (Paperback)
Isabel Rogers
R242 R202 Discovery Miles 2 020 Save R40 (17%) Ships in 10 - 20 work days

When Stockwell Park Orchestra goes on tour to Europe, it proves a challenge for even the most efficient German logistical planner. A teenage stowaway, brass players falling in canals and a sabotaged timpani van are all in a day's work for Sigrid Bauer of Note Perfect Tours, but even she can't solve all the problems this week throws at her. Maybe a bit of surprise Bach can calm the muddy Brexit waters. She just has to fish out the musicians first.

Perfect Pitch - 100 pieces of classical music to bring joy, tears, solace, empathy, inspiration (& everything in between)... Perfect Pitch - 100 pieces of classical music to bring joy, tears, solace, empathy, inspiration (& everything in between) (Hardcover)
Tim Bouverie
R240 R192 Discovery Miles 1 920 Save R48 (20%) Ships in 5 - 10 work days

'Sharply insightful and vividly imaginative... the perfect Christmas gift for anyone asking: 'How do I get into classical music?'' - Rupert Christiansen, Mail on Sunday 'A treat from the very first page... written with style and humour, this is a perfect introduction to classical music for a beginner, a companion for the music lover, and sheer entertainment for both.' - Joanna Lumley Nearly all of us have the capacity to enjoy classical music but too often we are put off by not knowing where to look, or what we are actually looking for. We feel the need of a guide to help navigate such vast and varied artistic terrain. With this delightful book, historian Tim Bouverie provides just this. Drawing on his lifelong passion for music, he has created a compilation of 100 classical masterpieces sure to move and be enjoyed by almost anyone. Some are well-known, some more idiosyncratic, others hidden gems waiting to be brought into the light. All are intended to comfort and inspire. He provides a short introduction to each piece - variously anecdotal, personal, historical and quirky - and a recommended recording to try. Highly accessible and entertaining, Perfect Pitch is filled with engrossing stories and insights that bring to life 300 years of the world's greatest music. An accompanying playlist is available on Spotify.

Wagnerism - Art and Politics in the Shadow of Music (Paperback): Alex Ross Wagnerism - Art and Politics in the Shadow of Music (Paperback)
Alex Ross
R478 Discovery Miles 4 780 Ships in 12 - 17 work days
The Best of Francisco Tarrega in 33 Pieces for Guitar (Paperback): The Best of Francisco Tarrega in 33 Pieces for Guitar (Paperback)
R528 R444 Discovery Miles 4 440 Save R84 (16%) Ships in 7 - 11 work days

(Max Eschig). 33 pieces in standard notation: Capricho arabe (Serenata) * Recuerdos de la Alhambra * Danza mora * Lagrima (Preludio) * Preludios (1-7) * Endecha (Preludio) * Alborada (Capricho) * Adelita (Mazurka) * Marieta (Mazurka) * Sueno (Mazurka) * Mazurka * Gran vals * Las dos hermanitas (Dos valses) * El columpio (Cancion de cuna) * Rosita (Polka) * Pavana (al estilo antiguo) * Maria (Gavota) * Minuetto * Estudio en formade minuetto * Sueno (Estudio de tremolo) * La mariposa * Estudio de velocidad * Estudio sobre un tema de Bach * Estudio brillante de Alard * La cartagenera I Sobre temas populares murcianos (J. Arcas I F. Tarrega) * Jota aragonesa (J. Arcas I F. Tarrega) * El carnaval de Venecia I Grandes variaciones (F. Tarrega I S. Garcia)

Another Year of Wonder - Classical Music for Every Day (Hardcover): Clemency Burton-Hill Another Year of Wonder - Classical Music for Every Day (Hardcover)
Clemency Burton-Hill 1
R473 R440 Discovery Miles 4 400 Save R33 (7%) Ships in 12 - 17 work days

Another Year of Wonder: Classical music for every day Another Year of Wonder is a carefully curated collection of classical music offering one piece to listen to every day of the year. In this follow-up to her much-loved Year of Wonder, award-winning violinist, journalist and broadcaster Clemency Burton-Hill seeks to represent the widest possible picture of what the genre known as 'classical music' can be. In this book, she demystifies the music by humanising its creators. Of the composers included in her daily choices some are very famous indeed, but others have so far garnered only a niche audience. 'Classical composers can seem impossibly remote from the lives of regular humans in the 21st century. The term "classical" music, if it conjures any image at all, invariably calls to mind some sort of 18th-century European white male, perhaps in a powdered wig and velvet frock coat. We don't think of these humans as being just like us: relatable, fallible, flawed creatures who are all in their own ways figuring out how to be. We don't think of them as being women, people of colour, minorities. And yet in this book we find hundreds of inspiring humans of all stripes and backgrounds, creating music of dazzling diversity. I write of their stories, their lives and loves, their losses and triumphs, their sorrows and joys and as I did so that old cliche about music being the universal language was revealed for the profound truth it is. Truly all of human life is here.' Music is a universal, social object, made by humans for humans, passed between us as gifts across space and time. The pieces of music you will find in this book will see you through a whole year, offering a soundtrack to your everyday life as well as a reminder that in our ever more frenetic and fragmented lives, finding a space to sit and listen to a piece of music every day can be a singular gift to yourself.

Oxford Dictionary of Musical Terms (Paperback, New): Alison Latham Oxford Dictionary of Musical Terms (Paperback, New)
Alison Latham
R286 R237 Discovery Miles 2 370 Save R49 (17%) Ships in 10 - 20 work days

Printed music and writing about music involve the use of complex systems of notation and a wealth of technical terms in several languages. The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Musical Terms provides clear, succinct, definitions of a comprehensive range of the musical terms, in English and other European languages, that are likely to be encountered in Western music. Over 2,500 A-Z entries range across a spectrum of subjects, among them: rhythm, metre, forms, genres, pitch, scales, chords, harmony and counterpoint, notational systems, composition and analysis, performance practice, tempo, expression, musical periods, artistic movements, computer applications, acoustics, and many more. Entries provide etymologies, and are fully cross-referenced. Some are illustrated with music examples and tables. An appendix lists all composers mentioned in the Dictionary, with their dates. It is an ideal book for students and teachers of music - it covers all the terms required in the SMAB musical theory exams - as well as for professional musicians, those learning to play musical instruments, and members of choirs, and musical groups. It will also be a useful quick reference book for concert-goers, CD-collectors, and radio listeners.

Scherzos - Chopin Complete Works Vol. V (Paperback): Frederic Chopin Scherzos - Chopin Complete Works Vol. V (Paperback)
Frederic Chopin; Contributions by Ignacy Jan Paderewski; Edited by Ignacy Jan Paderewski
R583 R484 Discovery Miles 4 840 Save R99 (17%) Ships in 7 - 11 work days
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