Erscheinungsdatum: 10/2005, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: An Open Design for Computer-Aided Algorithmic Music Composition: Athenacl, Autor: Ariza, Christopher, Verlag: UPUBLISH.COM, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: MUSIC // Songbooks // Instruction & Study // Composition // COMPUTERS // Interactive & Multimedia // Grafische und digitale Media-Anwendungen, Rubrik: Musiktheorie // Musiklehre, Seiten: 484, Gewicht: 857 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
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Learn to compose your own music with this simple, straightforward guide. The songwriting process can seem intimidating at first, but Idiot's Guides: Music Composition teaches musicians of all skill levels, step by step, how to write music and compose simple chord progressions and melodies. It also leads them through more advanced compositional techniques and musical forms. Designed for composers of all types of music, it includes instruction on composing stand-alone melodies, using different scales and modes, themes and variations, orchestration, and composing for film, theater, and videogames. Here's what you'll find in this practical guide: • The essential basics every aspiring songwriter needs to know to get started on their composition journey • Basic techniques for harmonic composition including composing with chords and creating chord progressions • Basic techniques for melodic composition including working with scales and modes, working with a melodic outline, using rhythm and syncopation, and building tension and release • Guidance for developing compositions as well as advanced techniques for orchestrating, arranging, and songwriting • A comprehensive glossary of musical terms, as well as an appendix of various computer-based composition tools
The Evolution of Music by Culture and Science aims to recognise the impact of science on music, why it occurs, how we respond, and even to tentatively see if we can predict future developments. Technology has played an immense role in the development of music as it has enabled the production of new sounds, introduced new instruments and continuously improved and modified existing ones. Printing, musical notation, and modern computer aids to composition, plus recordings and electronic transmission have equally enabled us to have access to music from across the world. Such changes, whether just more powerful pianos, or new sounds as from the saxophone, have inspired composers and audiences alike. Acoustics and architecture play similar roles as they changed the scale and performance of concert halls, and with the advent of electronics, they enabled vast pop music festivals. No aspect of modern music making has been untouched by the synergy with scientific innovation. This is not a one-way interaction as the early attempts to make recordings were a major motivating force to design the electronics for amplifiers and these in turn inspired and enabled the designs of semiconductor electronics and modern computer technology. To appreciate the impact of technology on music does not require any prior scientific background as the concepts are invariably extremely simple and are presented here without technical detail. Understanding music and why we like different genres is far more complex, as this involves our personal background and taste. Both aspects change with time, and there is no contradiction in enjoying items as diverse as baroque madrigals, symphonies, jazz or pop music, or music from totally different cultures.
Printed music and writing about music involve the use of complex systems of notation and a wealth of technical terms in several languages. The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Musical Terms provides clear, succinct, definitions of a comprehensive range of the musical terms, in English and other European languages, that are likely to be encountered in Western music. Over 2,500 A-Z entries range across a spectrum of subjects, among them: rhythm, metre, forms, genres, pitch, scales, chords, harmony and counterpoint, notational systems, composition and analysis, performance practice, tempo, expression, musical periods, artistic movements, computer applications, acoustics, and many more. Entries provide etymologies, and are fully cross-referenced. Some are illustrated with music examples and tables. An appendix lists all composers mentioned in the Dictionary, with their dates. It is an ideal book for students and teachers of music - it covers all the terms required in the SMAB musical theory exams - as well as for professional musicians, those learning to play musical instruments, and members of choirs, and musical groups. It will also be a useful quick reference book for concert-goers, CD-collectors, and radio listeners.