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  • Author:
    David Baptie,Bernarr Rainbow
  • ISBN:
    0863141137
  • ISBN13:
    978-0863141133
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    Boethius Press (August 7, 1997)
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    350 pages
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Classic Texts in Music Education. By (author) David Baptie, By (author) Bernarr Rainbow. Baptie has ben called "a predecessor of Grove" for his efforts to record biographical details of local composers and performers celebrated in his day.

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Baptie has ben called "a predecessor of Grove" for his efforts to record biographical details of local composers and performers .

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Music Education in Crisis. Online publication date: October 2013. Classic Texts in Music Education. David Baptie, A Handbook of Musical Biography (1883). The Bernarr Rainbow Lectures and Other Assessments. Music Education in Crisis. Online ISBN: 9781782042211.

Bernarr Joseph George Rainbow (2 October 1914 – 17 March 1998) was a historian of music education, organist, and choir master from the United Kingdom. Born on 2 October 1914 in Battersea, London, United Kingdom, Bernarr Rainbow was the son of Ephraim James Rainbow (1888-1983), a cabinet-maker at Buckingham Palace, who later became the Curator of Pictures at Hampton Court. Rainbow first became a church chorister when his family moved to Clapham, and he was intrigued by watching the organist play.

BAPTIE, David, born at Edinburgh Nov. 30, 1822. Author of a useful 'Handbook of Musical Biography,' 1883 (2nd ed. 1887). He has published many glees, and has many more in MS. He has also in MS. a 'descriptive catalogue,' or index, of vocal part music.

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Music Theory and History. Handbook of Musical Biography. Music in the Churchby George Wauchope Stewart. Handbook of Musical BiographyShort Notices of the Various Schools of Composers, for the Use of General Readers and Schoolsby C. A. Caspar. Short Notices of the Various Schools of Composers, for the Use of General Readers and Schools. by C. Caspar and E. M. Patmore. A Study of Modern HarmonyÉtude Sur L'harmonie Moderneby René Lenormand. A for the International Councilby Royal Society of London.

Here is a book which brings together many of the answers and draws conclusions of great practical interest to musicians and audiences of today.

Baroque music : style and performance : a handbook. by. Donington, Robert. How did Baroque music sound to its contemporaries? What did they say about its style and performance as that long and eventful period unfolded? Here is a book which brings together many of the answers and draws conclusions of great practical interest to musicians and audiences of today. How can we determine suitable tempi, rhythm, or dynamics from a notation which included few indications of these primary necessities? From the music itself, of course; but we need all the help that scholars can give us.

Baptie has ben called "a predecessor of Grove" for his efforts to record biographical details of local composers and performers celebrated in his day. His Handbookprovides information on many minor figures not found in other reference books -including the first edition of Grove's Dictionary, whose initial appearance in 1878 further stimulated Baptie to produce his own biographical collection. The text has been enlarged by six per cent for ease in reading.