Format Descriptions Publishers use a lot of words to describe what they sell, and we know it can be confusing. Below are descriptions of the terms that we use to describe the various formats that music often comes in. The instrumental parts are not there for reference. Generally, cheaper than a vocal score and requires multiple copies for purchase. Facsimile of the Autograph These are hardcover, research-quality reproductions of the original hand-written scores from the composer. Hardcover Some publishers print a hardbound, linen-covered version in addition to the standard paperback.
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Like his colleagues, the Seville-born Turina was irresistibly drawn to Paris, the Paris at the turn of the century that was alive with the music of Debussy and Ravel, among other French luminaries.
Having received his early training in piano and composition in his native city, the young musician, with the score of an opera in hand, went to Madrid. In Madrid the opera gathered dust, but he did get a performance of his zarzuela, Fea y con gracia, though its success was decidedly moderate. Writing the zarzuela, however, and becoming absorbed in the musical life of Madrid lit the spark of nationalism that was to become a flame only some years later.
At an appearance as pianist and composer he performed his Piano Quintet, Op. Needless to say, the Quintet was not much to their liking. The flavor of the piece is thoroughly Spanish; the writing is thoroughly impressionistic.
This is made perfectly clear immediately, as the strings pulsate and resound with the wonderfully insinuating contour that is so utterly Spanish. The prayer ends as it began, quietly and stoically, in a manner befitting a brave fighter. He continues to contribute regularly to the Philharmonic program book.
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