By Rob Kapilow
Rob Kapilow has been supporting audiences listen extra in nice track for nearly two decades together with his What Makes It nice? sequence on NPR, at Lincoln heart, and in live performance halls during the US and Canada. during this ebook, he provides a collection of instruments you should use while hearing any piece of tune for you to pay attention its “plot”—its tale instructed in notes.
The musical examples can be found unfastened for obtain that will help you pay attention the guidelines awarded. no matter if you're an skilled concertgoer or a newcomer to classical song, the listening ideas Kapilow stocks might help you "get" tune in a thrilling, clean new way.
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