Guide to the Pianist's Repertoire, Fourth Edition (Indiana Repertoire Guides) Fourth Edition
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"This is an indispensable tool to any piano performer or student desiring to widen their musical horizons.", La Lettre du Musicien
"The chapter on anthologies and collections will be invaluable to teachers and pianists wishing to explore new musical worlds.", International Piano
"[T]his volume, as its predecessors, is excellent for piano teachers planning recitals.", American Reference Books Annual
"This guide by Hinson . . . has been regarded as the leading English-language reference tool for solo piano literature since it was first published in 1973. Each succeeding edition has expanded in scope and quality. . . . Highly recommended.", Choice
"After perusing this comprehensive book, pianists will have a new list of music to learn!", American Music Teacher
"Praise for the 3rd Edition: "[A]n important tool for any pianist or musicologist who wants to explore the piano repertoire. Its thoroughness and scholarly approach are products of the most painstaking research and labors of love." ―Journal of the American Liszt Society Praise for the 2nd Edition: "As the reader may already know, Hinson is sui generis! And we owe him renewed thanks." ―The American Music Teacher "Highly recommended . . . ." ―American Reference Books Annual "The appearance of the revised and enlarged edition of Guide to the Pianist's Repertoire is an event to celebrate . . ." ―Notes "[S]tuffed with information . . ." ―The Musical Times "[A]s a concise reference work, it stands alone . . . ." ―Choice"
"[T]he latest Hinson/Roberts Guide still remains a necessary resource for pianists, pedagogues, and libraries.dec. 2014", NOTES: QTLY JRL MUSIC LIB ASSN
"The release of any book by Maurice Hinson (this time with co-author Wesley Roberts) is a major event, especially in the piano world. This Fourth Edition of Guide to the Pianist's Repertoire represents an accomplishment of staggering proportion, with over 1200 pages, more than 300 pages longer than the Third Edition. Dr. Hinson describes it as an updated 'practical listing of the important piano literature,' but it offers significantly more than that. In addition to the inestimable value of finding little known works, the reader also benefits from the lucid descriptions and practical information about piano music from 1700 to the present. This 'Guide' is an extraordinary resource for anyone devoted to the rich repertoire for the piano."-- Nelita True, Eastman School of Music
- Item Weight : 4.11 pounds
- Hardcover : 1216 pages
- ISBN-10 : 9780253010223
- ISBN-13 : 978-0253010223
- Product Dimensions : 6.4 x 2.3 x 9.5 inches
- Publisher : Indiana University Press; Fourth Edition (December 3, 2013)
- ASIN : 0253010225
- Language: : English
- Best Sellers Rank: #416,920 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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