Christopher Hogwood--Music - Aspects of Authenticity

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source: GreshamCollege      2011年8月12日
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Gresham College has been giving free public lectures since 1597. This tradition continues today with all of our five or so public lectures a week being made available for free download from our website.

49:46 The Past is a Foreign Country
In its passage from manuscript composition to audible performance, a musical work passes through the hands of editors, teachers, interpreters, recording engineers and many others, all of whom make decisions, often based on personal choices, and have to satisfy the tastes and needs of a changing public. With over a century of recorded sound as evidence, we can now assess the options and expectations of the modern performer, and measure these against the evidence available to the interpreter today, and the range of choices to be made. 
 St. Cecilia and Music: True or false?  
 Classical Music: Fakes, Completions and the Art of Borrowing 
 The Authenticity of Genius - Christopher Hogwood with players from the Royal Academy of Music  
 From Composer to Printed Page  
 From Printed Page to Performance - Christopher Hogwood, Emma Kirkby and Jakob Lindberg

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