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We may never like it, but it contains riches that deserve our effort and appreciation, like any other period and form. Knowledge en A basic and helpful introduction to music for someone like me, i. He did this by providing an outline of the most common musical copalnd and variations, and what their purposes were.

Every elementary music student knows the principle, but to put it into practice has challenged the greatest minds in music! It’s a quick read that nevertheless cmo a great deal of material.

What to Listen for in Music

His most important works during this period were based on American folk lore including “Billy the Kid” and “Rodeo” It is highly readable and chockfull of examples for laymen like myself armed with Deezer and largely illiterate in reading musical scores. There coplamd also chapters on traditional music forms, such as sections, fugues, and sonatas, as well as on free forms. Copland’s aim is to help the non-musician become a better, more sophisticated listener, so none of the information was news to me.


Want to Read saving…. Classical music is fascinating, a joy, a thrilling adventure.

It was a real joy to read a work by someone who can describe so well the technical aspects of music, but in a way that refuses aaeon reduce music to something entirely tangible. By the time I reached the halfway point, though, I was having trouble concentrating. I do not appreciate the writing style and Copland comes off as being a bit arrogant and high-brow in his writing, which can be annoying after reading the entire book.

It is no good only reading about music; to know music you obviously must listen to it and Copland has provided a wealth of selections for that purpose. I do not appreciate the writing style and Copland comes off as being a bit arrogant and high-brow in his writing, This book is probably great for musicians, but non-musicians should be careful picking this up. Can anyone help me with the page number from a paperback or hardback edition any edition will do?

It gives you tips and ideas for listening to the different elements of classical music, melody, harmony, rhythm with examples of works to listen to.

A must read for any avid music lover. Reading Vopland, you wonder why more people don’t fully engage their intellect with music. If you cannot answer yes to both questions, you owe it to yourself to read this book.

Lists with This Book. It is really inspiring to put yourself in a composer’s shoes and go through the st The author says it’s a book even for lay people, when, in fact, it would be preferable to have a minimum of sensitivity and musical knowledge. After Copland stopped composing, though he continued to lecture and conduct through the mids. This book should be read by anyone who studies music, loves music, or just claps their hands everytime the song Handclap comes on the radio at work.


Besides that – it is not worth reading.

What to Listen for in Music by Aaron Copland

Overall, a really fantastic book written by one of the most influential American composers of the 20th century. Read my entire review of What to Listen for in Music on mylittleheartmelodies. He describes the sensuous plane as listening to music simply for the pleasure of the music itself. It has so much to offer, and we have so much to offer as listeners. Copland suggestively al music as a language for emotions that are inexpressible in written or spoken language.

Nov 17, Eric McLean rated it liked it. His style is also a bit stuffy.

Copland never loses emphasis on the sublimity of music and the rather inexplicability of why good music sounds and “feels” so good to us. I felt that it improved my understanding of classical form considerably although my lack of musical knowledge made some chapters difficult.

Michelle You don’t need the paperback page number, you need to learn how to cite electronic sources.