List Price: $24.00
Publisher: Faber & Faber, Limited
Binding: Trade Paper
Size: 5.31" wide x 8.50" long x 0.51" tall
Imogen Holst's Tune (Faber, 1962) is a searching enquiry into the invention of tune and at the same time a comprehensive anthology of tunes from folksong to the present day. Plainsong, street-cries, the songs of the English lutenists, Bach_s dances, and Mozart_s arias - whatever the origins and character of the tunes in question, Imogen Holst (daughter of the composer, Gustav Holst) has something fresh and revealing to say about them.And she does not confine herself to familiar ground. One of her most illuminating chapters is devoted to the music of India, where a raga can provide improvised _tune_ of several hours duration. This chapter is the result of her personal experience of studying More...
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