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Atonality
Atonality Atonality describes music that does not conform to the system ... which characterizes the sound of classical European music between the seventeenth and nineteenth centuries. Not ... noticeably divorced from the acoustical underpinnings of music going back as far as the scale ... motifs throughout history, have left purely atonal music generally bereft of common emotional and spiritual ... rather than what could rightly be called music. Atonality usually describes compositions written from ...
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Piano roll
... often has a feature to show the music in a piano roll representation. After hundreds ... Reproducing pianos can also re-create the dynamics of a pianist's performance by means ... perforations placed towards the edges of a music roll, but this coding was never recorded ... Different companies had different ways of notating dynamics, some technically advanced (though not necessarily more ... Pianolas The pianola was originally designed for music rolls that were not recorded at ...
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Celine Dion
... and established a foothold in the Anglophone music market with the release of her first ... 1990) published by Sony Records. Dion's music has been influenced by various genres, ranging ... 1999. In 2002, Dion returned to the music scene with the release of A New ... received the Chopard Diamond from the World Music Awards show for becoming the best-selling ... time.“To be honoured at World Music Awards: Céline Dion best selling female ...
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Talk:Alternative metal
... within the much-coveted sphere of metal music, who THEN drew upon Patton's work ... this genre. If anything, Mike Patton's music is either a) not metal at all ... a valid term, one that critics and music publications frequently use to describe these bands ... be regarded as an offshoot of alternative music and not of metal, but by all ... never seen it... And a genre of music created by fans of a different ...
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Orchestra
... musical ensemble used most often in classical music. A small orchestra is called a chamber ... specialising in historically accurate performances of baroque music and earlier. The most frequently performed repertoire ... for a symphony orchestra is Western classical music or opera. However, orchestras are sometimes used in popular music, and are also used extensively in film music. History of the orchestra In the ...
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Violin
... which also includes the viola and cello. Music written for the violin almost always uses ... a fiddle when used to play traditional music (see below). Cross-tunings, or scordatura, are ... for the great majority of all violin music. However, any number of other tunings are ... string up to A), both in classical music, where the technique is known as scordatura ... finger). Especially in instructional editions of violin music, numbers over the notes may indicate ...
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Mario Davidovsky
... sounds played from a tape. (electro-acoustic music is also called electronic music.) Biography Davidovsky was born in Médanos, Buenos ... Copland and Milton Babbitt at the Berkshire Music Center (now the Tanglewood Music Center ) in Lenox, Massachusetts. Through Milton Babbitt ... who worked at the Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center, and others, Davidovsky developed an ...
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List of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 2001
... York; Member of the Guest Faculty in Music, State University of New York at Stony Brook: Music composition. Tom Andrews, Poet, Athens, Greece; Member ... Claude Baker, Composer, Bloomington, Indiana; Professor of Music Composition, Indiana University at Bloomington: Music composition. John A. Bargh, Professor of Psychology ... Alessio, Composer, Cleveland, Ohio; Assistant Pofessor of Music Composition, Cleveland State University: Music composition. ...
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Talk:Schillinger System
... of Pitch Scales. Book III. Variations of Music By Means Of Geometrical Projection. Book IV ... and techniques apply throughout his writing on music. Every dimension of music must occur in a time-period: without ... no musical experience. The temporal flow of music is primarily a matter of rhythm. Schillinger’s ... produce irrational, complex or chaotic rhythms, but music is largely dependent regular periodic motion. ...
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List of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 2005
... Composer, Ann Arbor, Michigan; Assistant Professor of Music Composition, University of Michigan: Music composition. Gerhard Böwering, Professor of Islamic Studies ... Crispell, Composer and Musician, Woodstock, New York: Music composition. Brian Current, Composer, Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Music composition. William A. Curtin, Jr., Professor of ... and Musician, Croton-on-Hudson, New York: Music composition. James R. Dow, Professor Emeritus ...
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