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The Indiana University School of Music: A History
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The Indiana University School of Music: A History

IU Opera Theater
Opera for All Seasons 60 Years of Indiana University Opera Theater
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A lavishly illustrated history of the first 60 years of Indiana University Opera Theater at the Jacobs School of Music, Opera for All Seasons is a recent release by Indiana University Press.

The nearly 500-page text--with more than 300 photos--is the result of a team effort by writer Marianne Williams Tobias and editors George Calder, Nancy J. Guyer, C. David Higgins and Charles H. Webb.

The World of Music According to Starker
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The World of Music According to Starker with bonus CD

By: Janos Starker

ISBN: 0253344522 Publisher: Indiana University Press Copyright: 2004

Menahem Pressler Artistry in Piano Teaching
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Brown presents Pressler's approach to performance and teaching, including technical exercises, principles of relaxation and total body involvement, and images to guide the pianist's creativity toward expressive interpretation.
C. David Higgins: Tribute to a Master
C. David Higgins: Tribute to a Master
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A spectacular coffee-table book showcasing the work of set designer C. David Higgins. As set designer, costume designer, master scenic artist, professor, and chair of the Opera Studies Program at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, David Higgins contributed 57 productions to IU Opera and Ballet Theater. His work was a major factor in building the school’s reputation for producing world-class opera and ballet. Higgins instilled a sense of romantic realism in his set design, which has been described as daring, imaginative, and magical spectacle. This book is a tribute to his life of design, his gift of artistic vision and skill, and his dedication and energy. It focuses on Higgins’s six favorite set designs: for Fiddler on the Roof, La Traviata, Das Rheingold, The Nutcracker, La Bohème, and The Magic Flute.
David Baker Book
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David Baker has received just about every honor imaginable in his 60-year career as a jazz musician and educator. The Distinguished Professor at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music has recorded extensively, been acclaimed for his playing, writing and arranging, and done more than just about anyone to establish and shape college-level teaching of jazz.
The Art of Descant and Free Harmonization - Dean Emeritus Charles H. Webb, Jr.
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“The Art of Descant and Free Harmonization” by Dean Emeritus Charles H. Webb

In celebration of the 80th birthday of Dean Emeritus Charles H. Webb, Jr., the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music is pleased to present “The Art of Descant and Free Harmonization,” a handsomely produced book of  more than two hundred choral and organ descants that accompany a wide variety of hymns.

All harmonizations, descants, and arrangements were written by Webb and are the culmination of more than sixty five years of performance experience as a church organist, choir director, and composer of liturgical music.
   
 
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