The Musical Director
Author: William Hoare
Number of Pages: 112
Dr Hoare discusses the history of opera; the art of conducting; choosing the show; orchestral decisions; learning and preparation; the performance and the get-out. The author conducted more than 40 works during his life-long involvement with amateur operatics.
“A painstaking work which covers every area of the musical director’s role, not only that which isvisible to the audience ... but the whole process of study and preparation.” – Amateur Stage
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