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A milestone for every conductor, Tchaikovsky’s Symphony n.5 is full of different motives: here’s an analysis of the 1st mov. from a conductor’s perspective.
Podium Time is a fantastic podcast not just for conductors and conducting students but also for everyone who would like a peek on how different conductors work, think, and come to certain decisions, which are sometimes opposite but equally valuable.
For a conductor, Mendelssohn’s The Hebrides is a really fun piece to perform, with its changes in dynamics and its ascending/descending lines being perfect spots for registration and fluidity of gestures.
Beethoven’s Coriolan Ouverture could be defined as a miniature symphonic poem: here’s an analysis of the piece, keeping an eye on its conducting issues.
A gigantic undertaking for any conductor, Mahler’s symphony n.2 demands exceptional analysis and technique. in this post we’ll take a look at the 1st movement from a conducting point of view
The Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune is one of the most challenging pieces for any conductor: here’s an analysis of the piece with a few conducting tips.
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10 chapters, 11 videos, practical exercises, and examples with scores: this video course produced for iClassical-Academy will show you, through a bar-by-bar analysis of excerpts ranging from Mozart to Mahler and Copland, how to build your own technique in the most logical and effective way.
Gianmaria Griglio is an intelligent, exceptional musician. There is no question about his conducting abilities: he has exceptionally clear baton technique that allows him to articulate whatever decisions he has made about the music.