So, you´re a music teacher. Or perhaps you are an administrator hoping to start a music program at your school. Maybe your program is running, but you have no idea how to drive it, give it a long vision and productive implementation. Is it working? Is it doing what it should be doing? What is that goal in the first place? Or maybe you are a parent, wondering how to put your child or yourself on the path to music literacy. This book is for you. Once a culture restores the priority of training its people in music, the task shifts to finding what type of instruction should be present in formal school education. In this book, you will find practical help in answer to this search and so much more: Music as a language Four principles for music literacy Common pitfalls in music training Music making vs. music history The teacher as curriculum It´s time to revive robust music training again, training that imparts great skill modeled after the Triune God who authored all truth, goodness and beauty. Whatever your role in this endeavor, this book will offer tools to again bring musicians like Bach to the Future. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jarrod Richey. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/083100de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
DescriptionThis fine selection contains some of the most famous masterpieces by Johann Sebastian Bach composed for or arranged for easy Piano. Including a CD with full performances of every piece, this is an essential addition to your Piano library. These books use the same notation as Carol Barratt’s Classic Piano Course and are presented in a brand new, easy-to-read style, complete with fingerings and detailed composer biographies. Suitable for pianists between Grade 1-3 standard.SonglistAir On The G String (Orchestral Suite No.3 In D) Aria Di Giovannini (From ´Anna Magdalena´s Notebook´)Badinerie (From ´Orchestral Suite No.2´)Brandenburg Concerto No.6 (2nd Movement: Adagio, Ma Non Tanto)Chorale (Lento) (From ´Anna Magdalena´s Notebook´)Concerto For Two Violins (2nd Movement: Largo Ma Non Troppo)Gavotte (French Suite No.5)Gavotte (From ´French Suite No.5´)Harpsichord Concerto No.5 (2nd Movement: Largo)In Tears Of Grief (From ´St. Matthew Passion´)Italian Concerto (2nd Movement: Andante)Jesu, Joy Of Man´s Desiring (From ´Cantata 147´)Little Prelude In CMarch In D Major (From ´Anna Magdalena´s Notebook´)Minuet In C Minor (From ´Anna Magdalena´s Notebook´)Minuet In G Major (From ´Anna Magdalena´s Notebook´)Minuet In G Minor (From ´Anna Magdalena´s Notebook´)Musette In D Major (From ´Anna Magdalena´s Notebook´)O Sacred Head, Surrounded (From ´St. Matthew Passion´)Passepied No.1 (From ´Orchestral Suite No.1´)Polonaise In G Minor (From ´Anna Magdalena´s Notebook´)Prelude In E Minor (From ´Wilhelm Friedemann Bach´s Clavier Book´)Prelude No.1 In C Major (From ´The Well-Tempered Clavier Book I´)Prelude No.9 (From ´The Well-Tempered Clavier Book I´)Rondo (From ´Suite No.2´)Sheep May Safely Graze (From ´Cantata 208´)Sleepers, Wake! (From ´Cantata 140´)Toccata And Fugue In D Minor
Though unappreciated in his own time, Johann Sebastian Bach has ascended to Olympian heights, the verdict of contemporary audiences long since overruled by succeeding generations of music lovers. But what makes his music great? In this series of 32 lectures, a working composer and musicologist brings his exceptional teaching skills to the task of helping you hear the extraordinary sweep of Bach´s music. You´ll understand the compositional language that enabled him to compose such extravagant, unbridled music while still maintaining precise control of every aspect - beat, melody, melodic repetition, interaction, and harmony. Whether devoted admirer or casual listener, you´ll gain a new appreciation of the composer and a heightened skill at listening to his work. You begin by learning the musical traditions and composers that inspired Bach, and how he absorbed those influences to become the transcendent composer of the High Baroque, more representative of the period and its aesthetic of emotional extravagance and technical control than any other. And you´ll learn how both his German Lutheran heritage and family background - at least 42 relatives professionally involved with music - helped shape him as an artist. Above all, though, you experience an abundance of music, with Professor Greenberg highlighting his discussions by playing major excerpts from several of Bach´s most important works - including the Brandenburg Concerto no. 2, the Goldberg Variations, and the Toccata and Fugue in D Minor - and also showing you how to compare Bach with other composers both before and after his time. PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your Library section along with the audio. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Professor Robert Greenberg. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/tcco/000037de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Collection : GOLD COLLECTIONInstrument : PianoSupport : LivreUne sélection de plus célèbres pièces de J.S Bach pour piano solos. Air On A G String (Suite No.3 in D Major)Aria (The ´Goldberg´ Variations)Badinerie (Prchestral Suite No.2 in B Minor)Brandenburg Concerto No.3 in G (Allegro)Concerto For Tow Violins (Largo Ma Non Troppo)Concerto No.5 in F Minor (Adagio)Fantasia In C MinorGavotte (French Suite No.5)I Would Beside My Lord (St Matthew Passion)In Tears Of Grief (St Matthew Passion)Italian Concerto (Allegro Animato)Sarabande (French Suite No.1)Sleppers, Wake! (Cantata 140)Toccata And Fugue In D MinorVariation18 : Canon (The ´Goldberg´ Variations)...
Transcription et édition de Trent Kynaston
DescriptionBach Lute Suites For Guitar Edited and fingered by Jerry Willard. The complete works for lute solo by Johann Sebastian Bach, newly transcribed and annotated. SonglistFugePreludePrelude, Fuge And AllegroSuite ISuite IISuite IIISuite IV