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By Hal Leonard Publishing Company

This remarkable assortment good points over a hundred songs young ones love in a single convenient songbook!

Arranged for piano and voice with guitar chord frames, it is going to supply hours of taking part in enjoyable for fogeys and academics!

Songs contain: Any Dream Will Do * attractiveness and the Beast * The sweet guy * Frere Jacques (Are You Sleeping?) * pal like Me * gaining knowledge of You * Hakuna Matata * It's a Small international * John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt * My favourite issues * On most sensible of Spaghetti * Puff the Magic Dragon * Rubber Duckie * Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious * the next day to come * a complete New global * Yellow Submarine * and extra!

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This ebook illustrates a suite of track manuscripts which used to be made lately to profit the basis for modern functionality Arts. the gathering was firm via situations instead of any technique of choice. hence it exhibits the various instructions during which tune notation is now going. The manuscripts are usually not prepared in keeping with different types of tune, yet alphabetically in accordance with the composer's identify. No explanatory details is given.

The textual content for the booklet is the results of a approach making use of I-Ching likelihood operations. those made up our minds what number phrases relating to his paintings have been to be written by way of or approximately which of 2 hundred and sixty-nine composers. the place those passages (never greater than sixty-four phrases, occasionally just one) were specifically written for this publication, they're preceded via a paragraph signal and via the author's identify. different comments have been selected or written by way of the editors - John Cage and Alison Knowles. not just the variety of phrases and the writer, however the typography too - letter measurement, depth, and typeface - have been all made up our minds accidentally operations. This technique used to be in an effort to reduce the adaptation among textual content and illustrations. The composition of the pages is the paintings of Alison Knowles.

A precedent for the textual content is the Questionnaire. (The composers have been requested to put in writing approximately notation or some· factor proper to it. ) A precedent for the absence of data which characterizes this booklet is the modern aquarium (no longer a dismal hallway with each one species in its personal illuminated tank separated from the others and named in Latin): a wide glass apartment with the entire fish in it swimming as in an ocean. the gathering of manuscripts constitutes an archive, the contents of that are indexed on the finish of this booklet. The editors are thankful to the various composers and tune publishers who've made this presentation of mid-twentieth century track notation attainable.

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From all that we know of Ravel’s tastes, it is not difficult to imagine that Les recontres de M. Bréot appealed to him enormously. Régnier’s “true-false style” reminds one of anecdotes concerning Ravel’s own pleasure in showing phony oriental bibelots to visitors to his house at Montfort-l’Amaury. 113 The sheer circumlocutory brilliance of Régnier’s characters, their narcissistic absorption with articulating their point of view in as florid and stylistically elegant a way as possible, recalls the dandified aspect of Ravel’s comportment (though not the composer’s actual spoken demeanor, which was terse), and the enjoyment of style for its own sake.

Léon-Paul Fargue, Sous la lampe (Paris: Gallimard, 1937), 22. 62. , 22. 63. , 46. 64. For biographical roots of Fargue’s aesthetics see Warren Ramsey, “‘Words of Light’ and ‘Somber Leaves’: The Poetry of Léon-Paul Fargue,” Yale French Studies 9 (1952): 112–22. 65. Léon-Paul Fargue, “Artisans d’art,” in Lanterne magique (Marseilles: Robert Laffont, 1944), 128–36. 66. M. D. Calvocoressi, “When Ravel Composed to Order,” Music and Letters 22 (1941): 59. 67. Émile Vuillermoz, Histoire de la musique (Paris: Fayard, 1949), 355.

To attribute classical or neoclassical qualities to Fargue’s oeuvre would be wrong-headed, but taken individually and rearticulated in a different creative alchemy, say in certain works of Ravel, his terms of reference could adapt to that environment. The same might be said of Fargue’s obvious attachment to working-class Paris, and—more to the point—a traditional (and perhaps outdated) elevated regard for the artisan. 64 Fargue’s empathy for working-class Parisians sprang from deep roots, and rhymes with Ravel’s own apparent empathy, at least as exhibited by his leftist political orientation.

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