Just throwing it out there. I think it would be beneficial if there could be a forum contributed guide with descriptions to atonal subcategories. Music without a tonal center has been around for…Continue
"Hey Socrates. It's October now and I'm wondering when this thread will resume.
I also have a question I've been wondering about this summer that may make for a god splinter topic:
Are there any uniquely Greek approaches…"
"Since this project is a no go, I just want to say that I was going to suggest that rather than coining a new term for Atonal it might be better to add a new definition being something like "Terza Prattica" (third practice)…"
" Ingo, I think you might be right and it could be decorated with a rattling noise.
Hi Graeme. Thanks for listening, I'm glad you liked it. Ever since I watched Cage's performance of Water Walk, I've been…"
"Funny what pulls you into a sound, isn't it?
I was listening to Cantus Arcticus by Rautavaara this afternoon and found myself lost in the blend of music and recorded birdsong/sounds. If you have the connections, this could make a really…"
"Hi Em, if you could send me a PM with a formal proposal, I’d be happy to entertain the idea. Please include (if you have this information) how such a guide would be built (i.e. who would do it and how), how it would be vetted, and what would…"
Just throwing it out there. I think it would be beneficial if there could be a forum contributed guide with descriptions to atonal subcategories. Music without a tonal center has been around for over a century and much of what is called atonal is far more than just that but I have yet to locate an intelligent guide that presents the myriad of subcategories / schools of thought.Potential contenders for subcategories might include:Serialism12 tone serialismMicrotonal musicNoise musicMethodical…See More
"Thank you for your kind words, Bob. I'm glad you liked it. I was worried that the idea was more potent than the experience.
The idea of it being a 'soundworld' is an apt description and far better than my merely…"
"I enjoyed this very very much...the drone and the tonal music that peek out of it combine to form a very interesting and original piece of music...not tonal, not drone noise, but its own soundworld....
and the explanation about "matrixing"…"
"Thanks for listening and commenting, Ingo. I was actually torn as to whether or not the "fan" part should have more depth or if it should even be played by a different instrument or two. It would be fun to figure out how to…"
"I didn't know about matrixing, thanks for explaining that. You have used it to write a form of program music, music which describes something besides music? There's a long history of that and this is an interesting example.
I think this…"
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