Flute and Shakuhachi
Timbre Composition in Electroacoustic Music
Time in Contemporary Musical Thought
Music and the Cognitive Sciences 1990
Music and Mysticism Parts 3 and 4
By Jo Kondo, J. Benitez
March 01, 1994
First Published in 1994. In their quest for new sound materials, avant-garde musicians often produce sounds which accidentally bear a strong resemblance to traditional instruments. While conventional Western instruments have taken on a functional role, instruments such as the shakuhachi are still ...
By Simon Emmerson
June 01, 1994
First Published in 1994. The contributions to this collection have been selected to define a range of interests from the technical, aesthetic, cognitive and compositional spheres. The book addresses the continuing need for musicologists, psychologists, composers and listeners to enter into a ...
By Jonathan D. Kramer
January 01, 1993
The articles in this collection create an interdisciplinary perspective. While attempting no unified vision, it approaches the subject from a variety of perspectives: aesthetics, psychology, sociology, ethnomusicology, compositional practice, and semiotics. While all composers are necessarily ...
By David Dunn
March 01, 2000
This anthology of writings about the American experimental composer Harry Partch is the most comprehensive collection of commentaries about the composer and his work ever assembled. Eleven major figures of contemporary music voice their views on Partch (1901-1974) and his radical contributions to ...
By Ian Cross, Irene Deliege
January 01, 1994
This issue comprises the twenty-five papers presented at the Second Music and the Cognitive Sciences conference held at Cambridge University in 1990....
By Maxwell Steer
February 01, 1997
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