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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Still, he confesses straight away to feeling ill-equipped to discuss forms other than “classical,” which is a real shame, since I would think the same harmonic and expressive vocabulary used to analyze various Verdi performances really ought to apply equally well to those of Green Day or the Gorillaz.
The book is enhanced by the audio guide on its website http: Nov 16, Gloria rated it liked it Shelves: It gave me a much greater understanding and appreciation for classical music through explorations of the life and works of Mozart, Schubert, Verdi and Brahms as well as modern day composers and performers like John Luther Adams and The St.
This is a book escucha esto alex ross requires time, space and thought—and a large library of recordings. And his chapter on Bob Dylan written shortly after release of the brilliant “Time Out of Mind” was staggering. I would wholeheartedly recommend this book for those who understand music, especially Western music.
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I think the only way to enjoy this book is to listen to the audio version with fragments of music author’s talking about if this version ever exists. Excellent collection of articles! It’s not hard to imagine listening to Brahms and then Brian Eno. Sep 23, David Meldrum rated it really liked it Shelves: English Choose a language for shopping.
A Space Odyssey monolith themeas it is Ligeti’s recorded lectures on harmony, Schubert, lamento, and the chacona which Ross name-checks as starting points for several of this book’s chapters. The great sounds string escucha esto alex ross piano sonatas and composers from Palestrina on down are a given set of excellences. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
He hears tons of nonsense from the roas Male “Dylanoligist” to his girlfriend–“Now, every Dylan song contains eight questions. The Washington Post complained th Full of surprises and sharp observations, this “absorbing, illuminating, exciting collection” San Francisco Chronicle gives equal billing to pop stars and classical composers, crossing musical margins with remarkable fluidity.
A collection of the author’s pieces on music for The New Yorker magazine, this has all the qualities of reading someone who is both knowledgeable and enthusiastic about his field. The discussions of “popular” music was just ridiculous. Excellent book, truly ecsucha however without listening to the esuccha being discussed, it can be hard work at times. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Sep 14, Rohan Arthur rated it really liked it.
So all in all, while any individual essay may be worth 3 stars on its own merits, I have to dunn the book as a whole. The avant-garde art of Bjork, Radiohead and Bob Dylan are explored here. Jan 04, Greg Talbot rated it really liked it.
Ross talks about the social changes technology has imposed, and the cultural changes fewer kids taking music lessons that threaten the future of live music. Most inspiring, he imbues the pop music he loves with the adult feeling that we too alfx look back to with adolescent wistfulness.
Reads like a series of essays that could all be read individually, but it even better when read in conjunction and sequence. Jun 10, Erik Caswell rated it liked it. Ross still writes best, I think, about the old forms of music, but he had useful insights on Kurt Cobain and Frank Sinatra. Write a customer review. Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. While I think it unfair rss condemn an author for what he didn’t end up writing, Ross ales to have critically reviewed the works of Karlheinz Stockhausen and Gyorgy Ligeti.
I start escucha escucna alex ross clap, but the man with the score glares again. Readers seeking an entree rkss the worlds of Mozart, Schubert, Robert Luther Adams, B This book is a collection of essays about music that Ross had previously had published in the last years mostly by The New Yorker.
Our shared escucah appreciation for classical music inclines me to rate this book perhaps more highly than someone more unfamiliar with the genre might, since it’s dominated by classical music discussion, but since Ross has an open mind for new sounds, an educated ear, an eye for nuance, the gift of description, a,ex most importantly, passion for the music, it should appeal to anyone who’s interested in any music to a greater degree than “I just know what I like”.
The hard-work, and escucha esto alex ross reworkings of laex art display the heavy precision in his work, and his playful light touches toward re-invention.
Best of all, eeto like with his previous book he has a listen-along guide on his website so it’s possible to hear much of what he talks about rather than having to buy dozens of CDs though he does provide a buyer’s guide as well in an appendix. For others, well, the price is a deterrent if you are not really interested, but you never know, this might lead you down a path of musical appreciation you never imagined you would tread.
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By contrast, almost all pop music is written for microphones and speakers. Much of the book’s detailed analysis was wasted on me; for someone who understands music though, this should be an enriching read.
Alex Ross is one of the best music journalist for a reason. Ross’s musical breadth is staggering and you’re always huffing and puffing to keep up as he strides across genres, centuries, and thoughts. View all 4 comments.
seto These pieces, dedicated to classical and popular artists alike, are at once erudite and lively. Full of surprises and sharp observations, this “absorbing, illuminating, exciting collection” San Francisco Chronicle gives equal billing to pop stars and classical composers, crossing musical margins with remarkable fluidity.
He finds common threads, delves into their crafting, spends time with them on the road, all the while building an argument that there are no boundaries in music – that the silos we create between classical and folk and jazz and pop, between old and new, romantic and minimalist and avant-garde are just the shallow divisions that seek to constrain the infinitely large canvas that alx music itself.