The Cambridge Companion to Conducting
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The technique of conducting / Raymond Holden
Conductors in rehearsal / Charles F. Barber
Studio conducting / Michael Haas
The conductor and the soloist / Joseph Silverstein
Choral conducting / Vance George
Opera conducting / Sir Charles Mackerras
The orchestra speaks / Robert L. Ripley
Part II, History. The rise of conducting / José Antonio Bowen
The central European tradition / Jose Antonio Bowen, Raymond Holden
The French tradition / David Cairns
The Italian tradition / Michael Rose
The American tradition / José Antonio Bowen, David Mermelstein
The English tradition / Stephen Johnson
The Russian tradition / David Nice
Part III, Issues. The conductor as artistic director / Bramwell Tovey
Women on the podium / J. Michele Edwards
Conducting early music / Bernard D. Sherman
Training conductors / Harold Farberman
The composer-conductor and modern music / Martyn Brabbins
Managers and the business of conducting / Stephen Wright
The future of conducting / Leon Botstein
An engaging series of essays on the art of conducting, with historical accounts of composers and conductors for eras of music and national traditions. The final chapter offers ideas for the future of conducting and the role of orchestras in the fabric of contemporary civic life.
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