By Rob Kapilow
Rob Kapilow has been aiding audiences pay attention extra in nice track for nearly two decades along with his What Makes It nice? sequence on NPR, at Lincoln heart, and in live performance halls in the course of the US and Canada. during this ebook, he can provide a collection of instruments you should use whilst hearing any piece of track so as to pay attention its “plot”—its tale advised in notes.
The musical examples can be found unfastened for obtain that can assist you listen the information offered. no matter if you're an skilled concertgoer or a newcomer to classical track, the listening ideas Kapilow stocks might help you "get" song in a thrilling, clean new way.
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"You may perhaps essentially see the sunshine bulbs occurring above people's heads. . . . The viewers may decipher the tune in a brand new, deeper approach. It was once the complete contrary of passive listening."
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It excited intense interest, and the room was filled to the doors with a brilliant assembly, composed of persons distinguished not only in music, but THE PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY. in art, literature, and fashion. 39 His reception was enthusiastic; and he showed, by expressive gestures, the gratitude and pleasure with which he received so strong a manifestation of feeling. The programme included four pieces by him : The great tenor scena from the Freischiltz sung by Mr. Sapio ; the overture to Euryanthe; an Italian scena, " La dolce speranza," sung by Madame Caradori Allan; and the overture to the Freischiltz.
From the words of the chorus, the subject of the piece seems to have been gay and joyous, and the music, though it is now forgotten, we may suppose, from the character of the composer, to have been brilliant and effective. Steibelt's success was confined to pianoforte music; and some of his works for that instrument, as well as those of Dussek, Woelfl, &c, deserve to be rescued from oblivion. This season was also remarkable for Mrs. Anderson's first appearance at these concerts. Her performance on the 29th of April, 1822, of Hummers concerto in B minor, was the commencement of a career not sur- 30 THE PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY.
The remuneration, therefore, received by him from the Philharmonic Society was not only adequate but ample, considering that the symphony had not only been performed, but published in score at Vienna, before the Society had it in their power to make any use of it. Its first performance in London was not very successful. A work so new and strange, not only in its design and construction, but THE PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY. 33 in its most minute details, and so full of difficulties for the performers, was but imperfectly understood either by the orchestra or the audience.
All You Have to Do is Listen: Music from the Inside Out by Rob Kapilow