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The Anatomy Of Conducting (Dvd)

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Voicing/Format Video
Desc Dvd
Composer Jordan/Corporon
Publisher Gia Publications Inc
Catalog # DVD745

Price: $34.95

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The Anatomy Of Conducting (Dvd) Composed by Jordan/Corporon. For Video. Published by Gia Publications Inc. (Catalog # DVD745, UPC: 785147074557)

For the first time, two of America's most respected conductors - instrumental and choral - enter into a collaboration, using cutting-edge technology to illustrate their teaching principles for learning the basics of conducting technique. Through insightful masterclass dialogue, unique multi-angle video demonstrations, and state-of-the-art motion capture animation, conductors will be able to study the gesture of both renowned conductors. Revolutionary graphics show the skeletal movement of each conductor in real-time to give conductors an in-depth and accurate picture of body mechanics and architecture. Topics covered on this DVD include: - Basic conducting patterns in legato and marcato for all basic meters - Conducting with and without a baton - Extensive demonstration of preparatory gestures - Explanation of the architecture of conducting - Body Mapping principles applied to conducting - Discussions on Sound Shaping and Sound Morphology - Unique interactive menu allows conductors to study conducting patterns from several angles This DVD is a complete tutorial for basic conducting technique as taught and demonstrated by two of America s master teachers and conductors.

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