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Busoni as Pianist

by Grigory Kogan & Svetlana Belsky University of Rochester Press (January 30, 2010)

Ferruccio Busoni is most widely known today as the composer of such works as the Second Violin Sonata, the incidental music for Gozzi's Turandot, and the most monumental piano concerto in the repertory (some...


Looking for the "Harp" Quartet

by Markand Thakar University of Rochester Press (January 30, 2011)

This book is a philosophical tour through the experience of beauty: what it is, and how the composer, performer, and listener all contribute. It explores -- with insight, patience, and humor -- profound issues...


Music and Musical Composition at the American Academy in Rome

by Martin Brody University of Rochester Press (November 15, 2014)

The American Academy in Rome launched its Rome Prize in Musical Composition in 1921, a time in the United States of rapidly changing ideas about national identity, musical values, and the significanceof international...


Inside Conducting

by Christopher Seaman University of Rochester Press (March 16, 2017)

What does a conductor actually do? How much effect does he or she have? Can the orchestra manage without one? Why don't the players look at the conductor more? Is it necessary for the conductorto play every...


The Courage of Composers and the Tyranny of Taste: Reflections on New Music

by Balint Andras Varga University of Rochester Press (May 01, 2017)

Báaacute;lint András Varga is perhaps the world's most respected interviewer of living composers. For The Courage of Composers and the Tyranny of Taste: Reflections on New Music, Varga has confrontedthirty-three...