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The music of Vivian Fine

  • 187 Pages
  • 3.92 MB
  • English
Scarecrow Press , Lanham, Md
Fine, Vivian, 1913-, Fine, Vivian, 1913- -- Criticism and interpretation, Composers -- United States -- Biog


United S

StatementHeidi Von Gunden.
LC ClassificationsML410.F449 V66 1999
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 187 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL386765M
ISBN 100810836173
LC Control Number98049550

A piano child prodigy, Vivian Fine () composed her first piece in at thirteen while studying harmony with Ruth Crawford. At age The Music of Vivian Fine: Heidi Von Gunden: : Books. Skip to main content. Vivian Fine () was a noted female American composer of concert hall music at a time when few women were noted as composers for the concert hall.

Her teachers included Ruth Crawford and Roger Sessions. This compilation of 6 of her works, in recordings from the old CRI catalog, gives a nice picture of her body of work: /5(1).

Vivian Fine: A Bio-Bibliography (Bio-Bibliographies in Music) [Judith Cody] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Despite having composed major works of music, all while pursuing an active and productive career in teachingAuthor: Judith Cody.

Product details Performer: Reiko Honsho, Jan De Gaetani, Lionel Nowak, Robert Helps Orchestra: Imperial Philharmonic of Tokyo, Japan Philharmonic Conductor: William Strickland, Akeo Watanabe Composer: Vivian Fine Audio CD (Octo ) Label: CRI Composers Recordings ASIN: BTX7 Customer 4/5(1).

Lamar Saminsky, writing in the Musical Courier on American Composers said: “Vivian Fine is a creator of music of fine substance and outstanding her Concertante for Piano and Orchestra it is a delight to follow the novel diatonic flow.

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It is "The Music of Vivian Fine" by Heidi Von Gunden, Scarecrow Press, Lanham, Maryland, and London, Von Gunden, a prominent American musicologist, has combined a lively biography with illuminating discussions of most of Fine’s compositions.

There are numerous illustrations from Fine’s scores. A well-organized list of works completes this gem of a book. Essential reading for. In addition to numerous articles and several dissertations, two books have been published on Fine’s life and music: The Music of Vivian Fine, by the noted musicologist Heidi Von Gunden (Scarecrow Press, ), which won the ASCAP-Deems Taylor award inand Vivian Fine, A Bio-Bibliography, by the poet and composer Judith Cody (Greenwood Press, ).

Home. Biography. Compositions. Writings. Photos. Scores & Recordings. Links. The Official Vivian Fine Website. In addition to her career as a composer, Fine continued to perform. In the s she was perhaps the best-known performer of contemporary piano music in New York.

She premiered works of Charles Ives, Copland, Brant, Cowell, Rudhyar, and others, and studied piano with Abby Whiteside Born: SeptemChicago, Illinois. Read this book on Questia. Presenting a view of the 20th-century music avant-garde without resorting to highly specialized jargon, this work offers an exhaustive history and analysis of contemporary music in a social, political, and artistic context.

The music of Vivian Fine. [Heidi Von Gunden] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Musicians now have a complete and easy-to -use presentation of Fine's Gunden's book is highly recommended for performers, scholars and others interested in Fine's fascinating music.

Reports about abducted and raped daughters are frequent items in the press and media, and Fine’s music portrays the emotional horror of these tragedies. –Heidi Von Gunden, The Music of Vivian Fine, Scarecrow Press, audio files: Song of Persephone for Solo Viola. Vivian Fine was born in Chicago on 28 September to Russian and Jewish immigrants.

They lived in poverty but the luxury in Vivian' s life was the piano that belonged to her mother. At the age of six she began to study at the Chicago Music College and from. * Vivian Fine became a member of Aaron Copland’s Young Composers’ Group in * That same year, she participated in the First Yaddo Festival.

* She co-founded the American Composers Alliance and became its vice-president from to Music of Vivian Fine. New World: NWCR Buy download online. Reiki Honsho, Reiko Honsho, Jan DeGaetani, David Finckel, Maxine Neuman, Michael Finckel, Eric Bartlett, Lionel Nowak, Allan Dean, Lawrence Benz, David Jolley, Ronald Anderson, Robert Helps Japan Philharmonic Orchestra, Imperial Philharmonic of Tokyo, Akeo Watanabe, William Strickland.

Vivian Fine (): Sinfonia and Fugato for Solo Piano (). Sinfonia 2. Fugato Robert Helps, pianoforte. Photo: Chicago.

**** The music published in. Vivian Fine (): Quartet for Brass (). Variations: Poco lento, espressivo 2. Fanfare: Energico 3. Eclogue: Lento 4. Variations: Lively Ronald K. Despite having composed major works of music, all while pursuing an active and productive career in teaching, Vivian Fine () has not, until now, been the subject of a significant biography or bibliography.

Vivian Fine (): Concertante per pianoforte e orchestra () -- Reiko Honsho, pianoforte -- Japan Philharmonic diretta da Akeo Watanabe -- I.

Andante con moto II. Fine’s works from the late s focus predominantly on chamber music. These pieces were written in a forthright, contrapuntal, and dissonant style under the influence of both Crawford and the pioneering American composer Henry Cowell. After she relocated to New York inshe worked as a pianist at the Gluck Sandor Dance Theater.

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Vivian Fine anchored the first wave of women composers in twentieth-century America. Before Ruth Crawford ( - ), "arguably history's first major woman composer" in Kyle Gann's view, Amy Marcy Cheney (Mrs. H.H.A.) Beach ( - ) had written the first documented symphonic work by an American woman -- a Gaelic Symphony in -- but her largely self-taught style.

Cody, who also composes award-winning chamber music, wrote the critically acclaimed reference work and biography of the composer Vivian Fine, who was the matriarch of American modern music. Vivian Fine: A Bio-Bibliography, was published by Greenwood Press, This book is in over major music libraries around the globe.

Listen to your favorite songs from Music of Vivian Fine by Various artists Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now. After stumbling across an article in Music Theory Online about Vivian Fine (), I did some further digging and found that, beyond this article, an article in the interdisciplinary journal Studies in American Humor, and one biographical book, nothing has been written about her or her music.

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Vivian Fine. The Music of Vivian Fine is the only book available about the composer’s life and music, and it contains an extensive bibliography and discography. “I tried to show the scope of how she evolved as a composer,” Von Gunden explained.

Fine was able to see the book before she died in a car accident in Marchand gave it her warm approval. Summary: Vivian Fine was an American composer, pianist, and educator. The collection primarily consists of Fine's The collection primarily consists of Fine's holograph manuscript scores, sketches, and parts for works composed between and   This video is unavailable.

Watch Queue Queue. Watch Queue Queue. Get this from a library. Vivian Fine: a bio-bibliography. [Judith Cody] -- Annotation Despite having composed major works of music, all while pursuing an active and productive teaching career, Vivian Fine () has not, until now, been the subject of a.

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Preface Biography Bibliography Works and Performances Fine at the Piano Discography Chronology of Life Events Appendix 1: Locating Fine's Music and Scores Appendix 2: Publishers and Recording Companies Appendix 3: Vivian Fine's Lifetime Creative Periods Appendix 4: Analysis of Fine's Creative Productivity Appendix 5: Fine's Music and.Get this from a library!

Music of Vivian Fine. [Vivian Fine; Reiko Honshō; Akeo Watanabe; Jan De Gaetani; Eric Bartlett; David Finckel; Michael Finckel; Maxine Neuman; Lionel Nowak; Ronald Anderson; Allan Dean; David Jolley; Lawrence Benz; Robert Helps; William Strickland; Nihon Firuhāmonī Kōkyō Gakudan.; Imperial Philharmonic Orchestra (Tokyo, Japan)].She was a founder and vice-president of the American Composers Alliance and is the subject of Heidi Von Gunden's biography The Music of Vivian Fine.

Family Life. Born and raised in Chicago, Illinois, she later settled in Vermont, where she taught at Bennington College until her death in an automobile accident. Associated WithBorn: