Performance practice in the music of Steve Reich / Russell Hartenberger.
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- ISBN: 1316606082
- ISBN: 9781316606087
- Physical Description: xxxi, 260 pages : illustrations, music ; 26 cm.
- Publisher: Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 2018.
- Copyright: ©2018
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||
Includes bibliographical references (pages 241-253) and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Machine generated contents note: 1. Drumming, early days -- 2. Percussion and Drumming -- 3. The process of composing Drumming -- 4. Drumming, Part I -- 5. Drumming, Part II -- 6. Drumming, Part III -- 7. Drumming, Part IV -- 8. Acoustics of Drumming -- 9. Anatomy of a phase -- 10. Performance practice in Drumming -- 11. Clapping Music -- 12. Music for Pieces of Wood -- 13. Six Pianos -- 14. Music for Mallet Instruments, Voices, and Organ -- 15. Music for 18 Musicians -- 16. Inside rhythm.
Reich provides a performer's perspective from his iconic minimalist work, Drumming, to his masterpiece, Music for 18 Musicians. It addresses performance issues encountered by the musicians in Reich's original ensemble and the techniques they developed to bring his compositions to life. Drawing comparisons with West African drumming and other non-Western music, the book highlights ideas that are helpful in the understanding and performance of rhythm in all pulse-based music. Through conversations and interviews with the author, Reich discusses his percussion background and his thoughts about rhythm in relation to the music of Ghana, Bali, India, and jazz. He explains how he used rhythm in his early compositions, the time feel he wants in his music, the kind of performer who seems to be drawn to his music, and the way perceptual and metrical ambiguity create interest in repetitive music.
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|Subject:||Reich, Steve, 1936- > Criticism and interpretation.
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