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Shelves: music A classic book on Orchestration that goes well with the other Piston books. I found this quite useful when working with MIDI orchestration. Jan 08, William Lauricella rated it it was amazing As someone just getting into orchestration, I believe this book was a good and valuable source while working on my first project of a piano concerto. This was originally written for my youth orchestra percussion ensemble, and it was now my challenge to take that material into an orchestra format.
For not knowing a lot of knowledge beforehand, this was a great resource in assigning percussion parts to different instruments in the orchestra. I rate this book 5 stars for being a valuable resource As someone just getting into orchestration, I believe this book was a good and valuable source while working on my first project of a piano concerto. I rate this book 5 stars for being a valuable resource to all musicians at whatever stage of working with an orchestra.
This gave me a new confidence in all instruments of a concert orchestra. I am not an advanced music composer so it might not be helpful for the experienced.
It honestly helped me with harmony and creating textures and colors in my music which I loved. I would try to find it in a library first before purchasing it first since it can be costly. Apr 02, Morgan rated it it was amazing Best reference for Orchestration.
The sounds made by the orchestra are the ultimate external manifestation of musical ideas germi-. One skilled in the technique of orchestration may practice a somewhat lesser art of transcribing for orchestra music originally written for another medium. Failing this, the result is unlikely to amount to more than a display of skill and craft, often of a superficial and artificial nature. Orchestration, in the sense here employed, refers to the process of writing music for the orchestra, using principles of instrumental combination essentially those observed operating in the scores of Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven. It is a common technique, employed in present-day symphonic music as well as in that of the classical and romantic periods. The technical equipment of both composer and orchestrator must include a thorough knowledge of the individual instruments, their capabilities and characteristics, and a mental conception of the sound of each.
No practical aspect of instrumentation for the orchestra is neglected, and comprehensive treatment is given to each significant component. The author approaches orchestration from the premise that the principles can best be presented by analysis of music as it has been written. The essentials of instrument combination discussed here are those which can be observed operating in the scores of great composers from Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven down to our own day. Orchestration is notable for the clarity and logic of its organization.