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    Lesson 24 of the Interactive Rimsky-Korsakov Principles of Orchestration -Now Posted

    Lesson 24 of the Interactive Rimsky-Korsakov Principles of Orchestration is now posted.

    This lesson discusses crescendo and diminuendo, diverging and converging progressions, and tone quality as a harmonic force

    Here is the link to Lesson 24:

    Lesson 24:
    http://www.northernsounds.com/forum/...ad.php?t=50140

    Rimsky-Korsakov's "Principles of Orchestration" is one of the finest orchestration books ever published. This online interactive edition presents this classic work as a multimedia, self paced course, delivered on the Northern Sounds forum.

    It is our pleasure to emphasize that the course is free. There is no charge, direct or hidden, no registration required, no book to buy, no obligation and no strings attached. Just come and learn!

    The course has 26 lessons with numerous interactive scores (275 of them) that allow you to see the score while you hear the music. There are also exercises with scores, midi files and audio clips. There are online orchestration professors and a community learning environment where learners can discuss the topics and share their examples. Here's the link to the course itself: http://www.northernsounds.com/forum/...splay.php?f=77

    We are almost finished with the first run of the course. Only one lesson remains and then a wrap up.

    I welcome your participation.

    Gary Garritan
    http://www.garritan.com

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    Re: Lesson 24 of the Interactive Rimsky-Korsakov Principles of Orchestration -Now Posted

    Quote Originally Posted by Garritan
    Lesson 24 of the Interactive Rimsky-Korsakov Principles of Orchestration is now posted.

    This lesson discusses crescendo and diminuendo, diverging and converging progressions, and tone quality as a harmonic force

    Here is the link to Lesson 24:

    Lesson 24:
    http://www.northernsounds.com/forum/...ad.php?t=50140

    Rimsky-Korsakov's "Principles of Orchestration" is one of the finest orchestration books ever published. This online interactive edition presents this classic work as a multimedia, self paced course, delivered on the Northern Sounds forum.

    It is our pleasure to emphasize that the course is free. There is no charge, direct or hidden, no registration required, no book to buy, no obligation and no strings attached. Just come and learn!

    The course has 26 lessons with numerous interactive scores (275 of them) that allow you to see the score while you hear the music. There are also exercises with scores, midi files and audio clips. There are online orchestration professors and a community learning environment where learners can discuss the topics and share their examples. Here's the link to the course itself: http://www.northernsounds.com/forum/...splay.php?f=77

    We are almost finished with the first run of the course. Only one lesson remains and then a wrap up.

    I welcome your participation.

    Gary Garritan
    http://www.garritan.com
    Gary, I think we have different views (and of course you're wrong! ), in a number of areas; however, I must say that you deserve a lot of kudos for your efforts on this front.
    Well done!

    Frank

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    Re: Lesson 24 of the Interactive Rimsky-Korsakov Principles of Orchestration -Now Pos

    Quote Originally Posted by Hardy Heern
    Gary, I think we have different views (and of course you're wrong! ), in a number of areas; however, I must say that you deserve a lot of kudos for your efforts on this front.
    Well done!

    Frank
    Frank, I respectfully disagree with your point of view. We do not have different views!

    Thanks for the kind words.

    Gary

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