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Maestro, Conductor or Metro-gnome? Reflections from the Rostrum.


Maestro, conductor or metro-gnome?; reflections from the rostrum.

Fredman, Myer.

Sussex Academic Press


129 pages




In this light tome for the music lover, Fredman, a conductor in Europe and Australia, describes the intricacies of the career, the knowledge and education required, rehearsals, operatic conducting, a few famous conductors in history, and musical terms, with the second half of the book devoted to a narrative of his own training and experiences. Distributed in the US by ISBS.

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