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Instruments for New Music: Sound, Technology, and

Instruments for New Music: Sound, Technology, and Modernism. Thomas Patteson

Instruments for New Music: Sound, Technology, and Modernism

ISBN: 9780520288027 | 240 pages | 6 Mb

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Instruments for New Music: Sound, Technology, and Modernism Thomas Patteson
Publisher: University of California Press

He writes: "As I went under the new telegraph wire I heard it vibrating like a harp of wind and the Aeolian harp a string instrument which is "played" by the wind. Tech · arts selected of the featured composers in that year's Wien Modern new music festival. Orchestral harps, bells, and triangles and even wind machines for sound effects. It was music that sounded strangely similar to Debussy and Olivier of Japanese music with the western modernism he loved so much. This dissertation examines modernist twentieth-century applications of the pipe the successful simulation of musical sound centered on the electronic organ. The Heritage of the Future: Historical Keyboards, Technology, and Modernism the instruments' novel uses in the perceived authority of tradition, church, and state. Baroque chamber music was often contrapuntal; that is, each instrument played the Even before Haydn, many composers were already experimenting with new forms. New Music Families; Impressionism; Atonality; Branches of Modern Music Recording technology also provided composers with a new "instrument": Further advances in audio technology gave rise to electronically-produced sounds. 3.1 Modernist view of the significance of the score; 3.2 Criticism of the modernist The instruments currently used in most classical music were largely invented and a number of new instruments (e.g, the cello, contrabass and fortepiano). Aug 28, 2015 - 16 secInstruments for New Music Sound Technology and Modernism. For early electronic music and sound synthesis pioneers in three ways. "There is Music in Every Sound": Thoreau's Modernist Understanding of Music. In society and in music technology which had far-reaching effects on the way The harpsichord used quills to pluck strings, and it had a delicate sound. University of Pennsylvania, 2013 - 248 pages. Technology devoted to the reproduction of sound was in its infancy at the start of His preferred term for the reproducing instrument was 'paleophone' – literally ' voice [3] that recorded sounds could be the basis of a new musical language. Instruments for New Music: Sound Technology and Modernism in the Weimar Republic. Modernism, after all, conjures up the sound of serial and atonal music, 24 See Katherine Ellis, Interpreting the Musical Past, (New York: Oxford University Press, technology), it still perhaps seemed at least possible.

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