The most informed artistic performances require a delicate balance of musicianship and technical precision from both the conductor and the performers. The Directed Listening Model is a new resource that provides a basis for understanding and achieving this critical musical intersection by clarifying the subject matter of ensemble music making and providing conductors and performers a system to analyze and evaluate live sounds. The model also illuminates the prerequisite technical and ensemble skills necessary for the creation of a musical performance. A rehearsal process that utilizes The Directed Listening Model will ultimately inform the depth of interpretation and artistic nuance available to the musicians thus promoting the highest levels of artistry in musical performance, regardless of the ability level of the ensemble or the repertoire performed.
|Imprint||PCB Global Enterprises LLC|
|Copyright||2020, John D. Pasquale, David W. Clemmer, Christoph Breithack|
|Copyright License||Standard Copyright License|
|Product Details||8.5 x 11 Standard Color Glossy Perfect Bound|
|Page Count||176 pages|
|Type of Publication||Textbook|
|Keywords||Aural Analysis, Balance, Conductors, Conducting, Directed Listening, Ensemble Pedagogy, Ensemble Skills, Even Flow of Time, Instrument Pedagogy, Listening Awareness Levels, Listening Process, Music, Musicality, Musicianship, Rehearsal Process, Instrumental Methods Classes, Conducting Classes, Band, Wind Instruments|