Table of contents for Orchestration : an anthology of writings / Paul Mathews, editor.

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1.	The Early Nineteenth Century: Beethoven's Orchestration
a.	Carl Czerny	On the Symphony from School of Practical Composition
b.	Hector Berlioz	Instruments Added to the Scores of Old Masters
c.	Richard Wagner	On the Rendering of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony
d.	Charles Gounod	Instruments Added By Modern Composers: Wagner and Beethoven
e.	Gustav Mahler	Pamphlet about Mahler's Performing Edition of Beethoven's Ninth
f.	Igor Stravinsky	On Beethoven's Orchestration
2.	The Late Nineteenth Century: French and German Orchestration I
a.	Gustav Mahler	Statements on Orchestration
b.	F.-A. Gevaert	First Lesson of Cours methodique d¿orchestration
c.	Richard Strauss	Forward to Berlioz's Treatise on Instrumentation
3.	Interlude: Orchestral Possibilities on the Eve of the New Music
a.	Hector Berlioz	The Orchestra
b.	Salomon Jadassohn	Tutti from A Course of Instruction in Instrumentation
c.	Delius & Papus	From Anatomy and Physiology of the Orchestra
d.	Nicolay Rimsky-Korsakov	Composition of the Orchestra
4.	The Turn of the Twentieth Century: French and German Orchestration II
a.	Ferrucio Busoni	Insufficiency of the Means for Musical Expression
b.	Joseph Matthias Hauer	The Orchestra: Diatonic and Atonal Music
c.	Arnold Schoenberg	Instrumentation
d.	Percy Grainger	Possibilities Of The Concert Wind Band
e.	Charles Koechlin	The Balance of Sonorities from Traité de l¿orchestration
f.	Igor Stravinsky	Instrumentation
5.	Early Twentieth Century: Klangfarbenmelodie and Texture
a.	Arnold Schoenberg	Klangfarbenmelodie from Theory of Harmony
b.	Anton Webern	Letter to Scherchen regarding the Bach Ricercata Orchestration
c.		Letter to Jalowetz regarding his Symphony, op 21
d.	Arnold Schoenberg	Anton Webern: Klangfarbenmelodie
e.	Alfred Schnittke	Timbral Relationships And Their Functional Use
f.	Igor Stravinsky	Klangfarbenmelodie
6.	Later Twentieth-Century Innovations
a.	Charles Ives	Program Note to the Fourth Symphony
b.	Elliott Carter & Allen Edwards	The Problem of The Tutti
c.	Steve Reich	On the Size and Seating of the Symphony Orchestra
d.	Henry Brant & Frank J Oteri	Spatial Music
e.	Morton Feldman	Three Excerpts on Orchestration
f.	Pierre Boulez	Timbre and Composition ¿ Timbre and Language

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Instrumentation and orchestration -- History.