eBook Die Halbton-Schrift: Oder, Die chromatische Notation : e. graph. Darst. d. Musik = The chromatic notation : a graphical representation of music (German Edition) download
by Albert Brennink
Author: Albert Brennink
Publisher: Edition Chroma (1976)
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Rubrics: Musical notation. Download book Die Halbton-Schrift : oder, Die chromatische Notation : e. by Michael D. LaGrega, Phillip L. Buckingham, Jeffrey C. Evans. ISBN: 0070195528 ISBN: 0070197172 (ERM) Author: LaGrega, Michael D. Publication & Distribution: New York, NY. McGraw-Hill, (c)1994. Musik The chromatic notation : a graphical representation of music, Albert Brennink.
Graphic notation (or graphic score) is the representation of music through the use of visual symbols outside the realm of traditional music notation. Graphic notation evolved in the 1950s, and can be used either in combination with or instead of traditional music notation. Composers often rely on graphic notation in experimental music, where standard musical notation can be ineffective. Other uses include pieces where an aleatoric or undetermined effect is desired
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The musician Albert Brennink, who was playing the piano and organ daily, concentrated more . Both the musicians used Brennink's chromatic notation.
The idea was to find or develop a notation based on the chromatic scale, to exist alongside the old diatonic music notation which is based on the medieval church modes and which represents the C-major scale. –Newly published 2016: Albert Brennink: The Alternative Music Notation. The second performance on 27.
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Musical representation has been an issue as old as music notation itself. Die Halbton-Schrift/The Chromatic Notation. There has been considerable development over the centuries since medieval times. Contemporary music particularly has seen many attempts to extend traditional notation. However, it appears that none of the existing systems has paid sufficient attention to the notation of durations and loudness. This article proposes a notation in form of atomic chains, where durational values are represented according to their lengths. This is, the longer a duration is, the longer will be the line representing this value.
This project aims to create a graphical environment that enables the user to. .
PDF On Sep 1, 1987, Stephen Travis Pope and others published Music Notation and the Representation of Musical Structure and Knowledge. This project aims to create a graphical environment that enables the user to configure a spatial, di- rected graph that generates music in real- time. We refer to such graphs as composition or nodal networks. This chapter describes how IEEE 1599, in addition to dealing with all entities of Common Western Notation such as notes, rests, and music symbols, can also consider complete structures, music excerpts, segments, and the like, thus becoming a useful tool for musical analysis.