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by David Dubal

Author: David Dubal
Subcategory: Writing Research & Publishing Guides
Language: English
Publisher: Amadeus Press; 3 edition (April 1, 2005)
Pages: 696 pages
Category: Reference
Rating: 4.9
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David Dubal tackles a huge gamut of piano compositions and recordings in these pages. This is a fantastic reference. Sadly I lost mine in a flood.

The book contains a CD for the first time featuring ra (Amadeus). This is the only complete and up-to-date book profiling every major pianist (thousands) and their essential repertoire and recordings. David Dubal tackles a huge gamut of piano compositions and recordings in these pages.

Xxi, 693 p. : 23 cm +. Companion CD contains 31 tracks of rare piano recordings, chiefly early 1900s-1960s. Includes bibliographical references (p. 685-688) and index. The pianists - The piano literature, with lists of exceptional recordings - Addendum to the piano literature.

This is the only complete and up-to-date book profiling every major pianist (thousands) and their essential repertoire and recordings. An Interesting Work on the Piano, Its Performers and Recordings. com User, January 1, 2006. David Dubal's The Art of the Piano, Its Performers and Recordings is a fascinating read.

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For all those interested in the piano, this book will provide great insight and knowledge. It must be read by everyone who loves the instrument

For all those interested in the piano, this book will provide great insight and knowledge. It must be read by everyone who loves the instrument. Vladimir Horowitz The Art of the Piano is the best companion a piano aficionado could ask for. - Baltimore Sun.

Dubal himself understands the important questions, and helps bring out answers for those who are looking for them.

Dubal, a New York radio personality who also teaches a piano literature class at The Juilliard School, assembled a two-part reference book dealing alphabetically with noted pianists of the 19th and 20th centuries as well as a thorough examination, arranged alphabetically by composer, of the piano repertoire. The latter section also contained Dubal's listings of recommended recordings, usually multiple versions of each work, chosen for their contrasting qualities.

This is the only complete and up-to-date book profiling every major pianist (thousands) and their essential repertoire and . The book contains a CD for the first time featuring rare performances. 693 pages Book & CD Package Inventory HL 00331644.

The latter section also contained Dubal's listings of recommended recordings, usually multiple. The latter section also contained Dubal's listings of recommended recordings, usually multipl. ONTINUE READING.

David Dubal (born Cleveland, Ohio) is an American pianist, teacher, author, lecturer, broadcaster, and painter. Dubal has given piano recitals and master classes worldwide, and has also judged international piano competitions (to include the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition). He recorded several albums jointly with pianist Stanley Waldoff for the Musical Heritage Society label, and four compact discs of these recordings have been released on the ArkivCD label.

(Amadeus). This is the only complete and up-to-date book profiling every major pianist (thousands) and their essential repertoire and recordings. This third edition is completely revised (second edition: 1995 Harvest Books, ISBN# 0-15-600019-9), with hundreds more entries and updated information about existing entries. The book contains a CD for the first time featuring rare performances. "For all those interested in the piano, this book will provide great insight and knowledge. It must be read by everyone who loves the instrument." Vladimir Horowitz " The Art of the Piano is the best companion a piano aficionado could ask for." Baltimore Sun