Grainger on Music

Grainger on Music

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Prolific as a composer, performer, and recording artist, Percy Grainger was an indefatigable writer. This selection of forty-six essays about the production, promotion, and propagation of music is drawn from his over 150 public writings. Their topics range over his own and his friends' compositional plans, piano technique, `Free Music', instrumental usage, and his ideas on artistic development in the United States, Australian, and his beloved Nordic lands.Autobiographical writings, with their variety of frequently non- musical topics, have not been included in this volume; ... The mixture of published and unpublished sources for the essays in this volume has called for flexible editorial procedures.

Title:Grainger on Music
Author: Percy Grainger, Malcolm Gillies, Bruce Clunies Ross
Publisher:Oxford University Press on Demand - 1999

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