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    Anthony Newman
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Nearly 50 years later, Bach is played much faster and performers feel freer to alter the rhythmic and ornamental elements in Baroque music thanks to Anthony Newman's decades-long demonstrations that Bach can be exciting and passionate instead of being strangled by reverent, slow.

Nearly 50 years later, Bach is played much faster and performers feel freer to alter the rhythmic and ornamental elements in Baroque music thanks to Anthony Newman's decades-long demonstrations that Bach can be exciting and passionate instead of being strangled by reverent, slow, dull playing. While nobody else has Newman's gift for performance, one can read in this book the scholarship and analysis that proves the historical validity of Newman's interpretations

Bach and the Baroque book. This text, which includes regular assignments, may be used asmain material for a course on the performance of the music of . Bach, or for a course onBaroque performance practice in general.

Bach and the Baroque book. Most articles written about performance practice deal withrelatively. From The Introduction.

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First published in 1985.

Bach and the Baroque : European Source Materials from the Baroque and Early Classical Periods with Special Emphasis on the Music of J. S. Bach. First published in 1985. A handbook and text for the performance of Bach's music and Baroque music in general, also serving as an assessment of current trends in historical performance practice by an important American practitioner. Newman clearly presents problems and their solutions, with examples.

The 1st ed. published with subtitle, a performing guide to baroque music with special emphasis on the music of .

European source materialsfrom the baroque and early classical periods with special emphasis on the music of . 2nd ed. by Anthony Newman. The 1st ed. Includes bibliographical references (p. 251-252) and index.

Baroque Ornamentation and Improvisation: Playing in the baroque style on period instruments . XAVER VARNUS PLAYS BACH'S TOCCATA & FUGUE IN THE BERLINER DOM - Продолжительность: 12:11 Xaver Varnus Recommended for you. 12:11.

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Newman finds in Bach’s music a significant amount of number symbolism and in the first movement of this cantata the .

Newman finds in Bach’s music a significant amount of number symbolism and in the first movement of this cantata the numbers two and three feature prominently. Since the Middle Ages, the number three was a common reference for the Trinity and its significance in this piece certainly keeps in this tradition; in this movement it is represented by the instruments in trio sonata scoring (two oboes and basso continuo). Chafe, Analyzing Bach Cantatas, 7. Newman, Bach and the Baroque: European Source Materials from the Baroque and Early Classical Periods with Special Emphasis on the Music of J. Bach, 193.

Baroque music forms a major portion of the classical music canon, being widely studied, performed, and listened to. Composers of the Baroque era include Johann Sebastian Bach, George Frideric Handel. The Baroque period saw the creation of tonality. During the period, composers and performers used more elaborate musical ornamentation, made changes in musical notation, and developed new instrumental playing techniques.

Most articles written about performance practice deal with relatively small areas (trills, over dotting, etc.), placing emphasis on citing original sources, or collating several original sources in order to support a given position. There is not sufficient information in these articles to deal with all aspects of Baroque style. This text was built on the premise that as many conclusions as possible should be drawn from the sources themselves. Leaps to conclusions about other aspects of style insufficiently documented in sources are made on the basis of the author's own experience as performer. There are different conclusions that one can reach, as the area is large, and some aspects of style find the various sources in disagreement (e.g., time signatures) or are simply not discussed. Most of the source disagreements stem from national differences in style. This text, which includes regular assignments, may be used as main material for a course on the performance of the music of J.S. Bach, or for a course on Baroque performance practice in general. From The Introduction.

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Harpsichordist, organist, fortepianist, pianist, conductor, composer, teacher and author Anthony Newman has too little been recognized outside the community of professional classical musicians for the brilliance of not only his playing but his scholarship. He is best known as Time Magazine's "...high priest of the harpsichord..." from the late 1960s and 1970s. When Columbia Records released his debut album, Anthony Newman Plays JS Bach (on organ and pedal harpsichord) the misguided traditionalists complained the he played too fast, made rhythmic alterations and displayed excessive ornamentation. Nearly 50 years later, Bach is played much faster and performers feel freer to alter the rhythmic and ornamental elements in Baroque music thanks to Anthony Newman's decades-long demonstrations that Bach can be exciting and passionate instead of being strangled by reverent, slow, dull playing. While nobody else has Newman's gift for performance, one can read in this book the scholarship and analysis that proves the historical validity of Newman's interpretations. This book is an essential text for any professional musician, student of music, or serious amateur player or lover of Baroque music. Filled with cogent explanations and musical examples, Newman teaches us how to make Bach a more glorious experience.
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Newman has written a thorough, erudite study of baroque performance, using sources contemporary with the times to buttress his conclusions. He covers ornamentation , time ,tempo ,notation and other fine points of what a player should know to approximate the original quality of the Baroque era.Get it, read it and use it! Your playing will improve immensely.