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Gardner Read: A Bio-Bibliography.

Publisher: Greenwood Press
Series: Bio-Bibliographies In Music
, No. 60
ISBN13: 9780313293849

Coauthor Jayson Rod Engquist. Much unfamiliar material about Read (1913-) whos catalogue of compositions comprises 150 opus numbers, who wrote 9 scholarly books and has been a distinguished teacher.

$116.00
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Big Book Of Sight Reading Duets For Horn : 100 Sight Reading Challenges For You and A Friend.

Publisher: Mountain Peak Music
ISBN13: 9781935510796

Edited by Heidi Lucas. With a foreword by Randy C. Gardner and an introduction. These duets range from easy to very challenging, and are designed to improve sight reading skills in a variety of ways. Also available for trumpets.

$24.95
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Symphony No. 1 In One Movement.

Publisher: Media Press

Dedicated to the memory of Gardner Read. Scored for a mid-sized orchestra of winds in twos, full brass, timpani and strings. Duration ca. 22 minutes.

$75.00
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Three Serial Duets : 3 Character Pieces For Flute and Clarinet In B Flat.

Publisher: Media Press

An older piece by Henry, which was premiered in 1960 by Barbara Henry and Sherman Friedland at Gardner Read's Composer's Forum at Boston University. The composer took many liberties with his tone-row in these three pieces. With a program note.

$15.95
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Poem Il, Op. 151 : For English Horn and Organ.

Publisher: Media Press

Printed from the composer's manuscript. Duration: ca. 4 minutes.

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Two Works : For Organ.

Publisher: Media Press

The two works are : Quiet Music, op. 65a; & Bare Ruin'd Choirs, op. 153.

$7.50
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Fantasy - Toccata, Op. 148 : For Solo Harpsichord.

Publisher: Vivace Press

Commissioned by and dedicated to Barbara Harbach.

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Galactic Novae, Op. 136 : For Organ and Percussion (1978).

Publisher: Media Press

Dedicated to Leonard Ravar and Gordon Gottlieb and premiered in March 1981. Program and performance notes; percussion notation. Printed from the composer's manuscript. Duration: ca. 14 minutes.

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Phantasmagoria, Op. 147a : For English Horn, Oboe and Oboe d'Amore (One Player) and Organ.

Publisher: Media Press

Dedicated to Leonard Raver and Thomas Stacy. Composed in Manchester, Mass., March-April 1988. Printed from the composer's manuscript.

$33.75
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Symphony Number One.

Publisher: Affiliated Music Corporation

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A Christmas Pastorale : For Violin And Organ.

Publisher: Seesaw Music Corporation

Commissioned by Trinity Church, Boston, and dedicated to Emily and George Faxon. A lyric violin melody is supported by organ chords; the middle section is more contrapuntal. Printed from manuscript.

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Threnody : For Flute And Piano.

Publisher: Seesaw Music Corporation

Dedicated to David Van Vactor. A slow, thoughtful movement in 3/4 meter, with a florid cadenza at the climax. Of advanced difficulty.

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Thesaurus Of Orchestral Devices.

Publisher: Greenwood Press
ISBN13: 9780837118840

$134.00
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Compendium Of Modern Instrumental Techniques. Foreword by Gunther Schuller.

Publisher: Greenwood Press
ISBN13: 9780313285127

Conventional instruments used in inconventional ways. The book explains their productions and effects, cites representative scores with many music examples. A comprehensive survey.

$98.00
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Pictographic Score Notation : A Compendium.

Publisher: Greenwood Press
ISBN13: 9780313304699

Instrumental pictograms were used mainly from the 1950s to the 1980s. Although a symposium in 1974 agreed on recommended pictograms, most composers continued to use their own systems. This compendium depicts 619 symbols, with commentaries. Bibliography, index.

$114.00
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Twentieth Century Microtonal Notation.

Publisher: Greenwood Press
Series: Contributions To The Study Of Music And Dance
, No. 18
ISBN13: 9780313273988

$108.00
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