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Denunciar este documento. Descargar ahora. Carrusel Anterior Carrusel Siguiente. Arnold Schoenberg Fundamentals of Musical Composition. Buscar dentro del documento. Copyright Revised edition, copyright , by W. The amhor rightly insists that scoring is an art of creative imagina- San and that his examples are not intended for imitation but weer to encourage the student to develop what originality he has Taihis own way, when once he has taken a firm grasp of fundamental principles "—Dr.
Profestor Piston's bock'is the first real exposition of twentieth-century orchestral technique. There are those who consider that studies in harmony, counter point, and fugue are the exclusive province of the intended com- poser. But if we reflect that theory must follow practice, rarely preceding it except by chance, we must realize that musical theory is not a set of directions for composing music.
It is rather the col- lected and systematized deductions gathered by observing the prac- tice of composers over a long time, and it attempts to set forth what is or has been their common practice. It tells not how music will be written in the future, but how music has been written in the past The results of such a definition of the true nature of musical the- ory are many and important.
First of all, itis clear chat this knowl- edge is indispensable to musicians in all fields of the art, whether they be composers, performers, conductors, critics, teachers, or musicologists. Indeed, a secure grounding in theory is even more necessity to the musical scholar than to the composer, since it forms the basis for any intelligent appraisal of individual styles of the past or present.
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Walter Hamor Piston Jr , January 20, — November 12, , was an American composer of classical music , music theorist, and professor of music at Harvard University. He was the second of four children. After graduating in , he enrolled in the Massachusetts Normal Art School , where he completed a four-year program in fine art in During the s, Piston made a living playing piano and violin in dance bands and later playing violin in orchestras led by Georges Longy. Navy as a band musician after rapidly teaching himself to play saxophone; he later stated that, when "it became obvious that everybody had to go into the service, I wanted to go in as a musician". Piston was admitted to Harvard College in , where he studied counterpoint with Archibald Davison, canon and fugue with Clifford Heilman, advanced harmony with Edward Ballantine , and composition and music history with Edward Burlingame Hill. He often worked as an assistant for various music professors there, and conducted the student orchestra.
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