|Other author/creator||Henson, Blake R., author.|
|Other author/creator||Custer, Gerald, author.|
|Other author/creator||Lakeland, Jonathan Palmer, performer.|
|Other author/creator||Complemented by (work): Jordan, James Mark. Conductor's gesture.|
|Other author/creator||Complemented by (work): Jordan, James Mark. Evoking sound.|
||Introduction to the pedagogy of etudes -- A short explanation of the three layers of conducting technique development -- A system of analysis for studying harmonic rhythm -- Does gesture influence sound? Two schools of thought -- Use and study of the harmonic etudes -- Some technique/body mapping reminders -- The Laban rudiments and harmonic etudes -- The basic harmonic rudiments based upon the Laban efforts -- The harmonic etudes -- Practicing the etudes -- Motets (All meter signatures) -- Thinking about harmony -- Appendix I. Laban effort bank -- Appendix II. Rating scales for self-observation.
|Local note||JOYNER MUSIC LIBRARY BOOK ACCOMPANIED BY SOUND RECORDING LOCATED AT CALL NUMBER: MusicLib CD-3464.|
|General note||This book offers a new approach to the teaching of conducting, through practice etudes based on harmonic rhythm. The book draws upon the gestural vocabulary of Rudolf Laban, as explored in Jordan's book, The Conductor's Gesture. The book features exercises by Blake Henson and Gerald Custer. The CD presents audio versions of the exercises. With an introduction and bibliography. Two appendices.|
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references (pages 283-285).|
||On accompanying compact disc: Jonathan Palmer Lakeland, piano.
|Publisher number||G8419CD GIA Publications, Inc.|
|Publisher number||G8419 GIA Publications, Inc.|