Myer Fredman: The Conductor's Domain
Sir Charles Mackerras writes 'This book covers every aspect of the conductor's art and also his trade. Not only are there very penerating comments about the psychological and spiritual side of orchestral music and its relationship to the conductor, but there are also eminently practical hints about such matters as orchestral seating, planning of rehearsals, dealing with agents and opera directors and all the immense number of everyday things which a conductor has to be aware of and be able to take in his stride, while at the same time keeping fidelity to the composer as his goal...I warmly recommend The Conductor's Domain to anyone wanting to take up the complex profession of conducting...'
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