Mikrotöne: Small is Beautiful – 5


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ISBN: 978-3-902964-65-6
Autor: Agustín Castilla-Ávila
Seiten: 167, zahlreiche Abbildungen
Format: A4

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Das Buch enthält 17 Beiträge zum Internationalen Symposium „Mikrotöne: Small is Beautiful“ an der Universität Mozarteum in Salzburg, 30.6. bis. 4.7.2023.


Agustín Castilla-Ávila: Prologue

Navid Bargrizan: Just Intonation, Dastgāh-Music, and Scordatura in Kupferteich

Katarzyna Bartos: Between freedom and structure in Iluzje by Adam Porębski

Jonatan Carrasco Hernández: The use of Pure Data for the automatic creation of microtonal scales used in the fixed media work Tenoni

Jim Dalton: Privileging Interval over Scale: Using Free-Style Just Intonation to Achieve Scale-less Bohlen-Pierce

Katarzyna Daszkiewicz: Does microtonal mean apocalyptic? Paweł Mykietyn’s Ładnienie for baritone, microtonal harpsichord and string quartet

Karin De Fleyt: Temporality layers in Xi for flute solo by Karlheinz Stockhausen

Vytautas Germanavičius : In Search of Archaic Code as a Symbol of the Interval Structure in Folk Music Scales

Nikolaus Gerszewski: The Microchromatic Perspective

Martin Gut: 60EDO in Günther Rabl´s tape composition Landschaft mit Pianist

Franck Jedrzejewski: Petr Chernobrivets and the 20-Tone Universe

Gerhard Klösch: The Sliding Keyboard, a new pure tonal instrument; part 2: Applications

Klaus Lang, Martin Ritter, Alyssa Aska, Pablo Mariña: Imagination as the instrument of the composer: developing the Frescobaldi enharmonic keyboard enhancement

John Schneider: The global Guitar Music of Lou Harrrison

Ulf-Diether Soyka: Queer Pitch?

Siegfried Steinkogler: Ludus Microtonalis – a new Method to learn the Basics of microtonal Music

Luke Villavicencio: Simplifying the Understanding and Composition of Microtones with Microtonal Planes

Richard Whalley : Microtones and Landscape: Introducing Lud´s Chuch, written for Stephen Altoft´s 19-div Trumpet