The Well-Tempered Announcer: A Pronunciation Guide to Classical Music Robert A. Fradkin

ISBN: 9780253210647

Published: June 1st 1996

Paperback

272 pages


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The Well-Tempered Announcer: A Pronunciation Guide to Classical Music  by  Robert A. Fradkin

The Well-Tempered Announcer: A Pronunciation Guide to Classical Music by Robert A. Fradkin
June 1st 1996 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 272 pages | ISBN: 9780253210647 | 8.78 Mb

... demystifies more than 2000 names of composers, conductors and performers, titles of works and musical terms in some two dozen languages. --Publishers Weekly... Fradkins guide will save people from both error and affectation. --Rettig onMore... demystifies more than 2000 names of composers, conductors and performers, titles of works and musical terms in some two dozen languages.

--Publishers Weekly... Fradkins guide will save people from both error and affectation. --Rettig on ReferenceWhat a great idea for a book. --Denver PostMultifaceted and well organized... A wide range of useful tips will help attentive readers avoid common pronunciation gaffes and build on the sound advice offered...

This is a book for the linguistically sensitive and musically inclined to keep handy. --ChoiceClassical announcers and musicians will welcome this guide. --American Reference Books AnnualIs it [ rick-kard] or [ rih-khard] Wagner?Radio announcers have very few resources for learning to pronounce foreign words and names associated with classical music. In this innovative guide, Robert Fradkin provides the pronunciation of over 2000 personal names, titles of works, and musical terms.The Well-Tempered Announcer is an ideal text for radio and television classes and the ultimate aid in the broadcasting booth.



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