TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «CHROMATICISM»
The term «chromaticism» is normally little used and occupies the 125.248
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CHROMATICISM»
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and the Developmental Process: A ...
The book plots the evolution of tonality and its bearing on style and the compositional process itself. The authors move beyond existing theory and analysis to base their theory from the standpoint of chromatic 'pitch fields'.
Henry Burnett, Roy Nitzberg, 2007
An interesting idea has been put forward in Gheorghe Firca's research study
Modal Bases of Diatonic Chromaticism (48). The author believes that in contrast
to chromaticism in harmonic tonality (and dodecaphony as the ne plus ultra of ...
A New Theory of Chromaticism
from the Late Sixteenth to the ...
This dissertation is intended as a solution to a perceived problem with existing theories of pre-tonal chromatic music: many modern theories of this repertoire have made anachronistic uses of models from major/minor tonality, and ...
A Chromatic Approach to Jazz Harmony and Melody
Overview of chromaticism -- Fundamental principles -- Harmonic concept of tonal chromaticism -- Superimposition in various harmonic situations -- Non-tonal chromaticism -- Voicings -- Melodic concepts -- Considerations of chromatic melodic ...
1. Elgar. and. theories. of. chromaticism. Patrick. McCreless. Of the various meta-
narratives about the history of Western tonal music, two are especially familiar: in
the realm of culture, the story of the development of the German canon to a ...
J. P. E. Harper-Scott, Julian Rushton, 2007
One of most important books in Western music. Detailed explanation of principles of diatonic harmonic theory. New 1971 translation by Philip Gossett of 1722 edition. Many musical examples.
Jean-Philippe Rameau, 2012
A Geometry of Music: Harmony and Counterpoint in the ...
We'll begin with chromatic progressions that decorate a functionally tonal
substrate: augmented sixths, Neapolitans, and examples of “modal mixture.” We
then turn to more exotic instances of chromaticism, comparing short pieces by
How Mathematicians Think: Using Ambiguity, Contradiction, ...
46 For example, he discusses the ambiguity of diatonicism versus chromaticism.
Diatonicism refers to the normal seven-note musical scale, the white notes on a
piano, and their natural relationships such as “thirds” and “fifths” that are based ...
Explaining Tonality: Schenkerian Theory and Beyond
Debussy's music is no less remarkable for its pervasive use of chromaticism.
Again, this is something that Schenkerian theory is particularly well equipped to
explain.17 As we saw in previous chapters, Schenker treated chromaticism as an
Bartók's Chamber Music
CHAPTER FIVE "POLYMODAL CHROMATICISM" As a natural and direct
consequence, the folk music basis of Bartok's art involves modality. Numerous
examples have been mentioned — and more will be mentioned in the course of
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «CHROMATICISM»
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Coke: Preludes and Variations review – fevered chromaticism
The fevered, relentless chromaticism is hard to take but this is at least an opportunity to reassess a composer admired by Rachmaninov but ... «The Guardian, Jul 15»
Classic CD: Tchaikovsky: Iolanta
One of the composer's last works (he died the following year), it has the same sumptuous chromaticism of his Pathetique Symphony. Netrebko ... «New Zealand Herald, Jul 15»
Cliburn JR: Quarterfinal Round 2
This is a particularly strange prelude for Bach because of its descending chromatic line, although he did more creative things with chromaticism ... «TheaterJones Performing Arts News, Jun 15»
Jupiter Sandwich at Rockport
... which late-Romantic chromaticism started drifting into atonality. The formal ideas in the work, though—perhaps most clearly expressed in the ... «The Boston Musical Intelligencer, Jun 15»
Support singers eclipse the stars
Turbulent eddies of unsettling chromaticism and explosive passages of frenzied excitement merged into exquisite long-breathed sections of ... «The Australian, Jun 15»
Astoria Music Festival's 'Night Music' offers classical and indie-folk …
Rich with chromaticism, it's a lush, beautiful piece (mesmerizing, in fact) that Schoenberg composed in just three weeks. Olivia Tsui. The guest ... «Oregon Music News, Jun 15»
Ricercar Charms BEMF Crowd
She made the most of Montéclair's passionate chromaticism in his solo cantata La Mort de Didon, and the Suite de Castor et Pollux, excerpted ... «The Boston Musical Intelligencer, Jun 15»
Triple Crown Winner at BEMF
The singers' skillful handling of his treacherous metrical crosscurrents, their delicate burnishing of his quicksilver chromaticism—surely this was ... «The Boston Musical Intelligencer, Jun 15»
French Evening in Rockport
... for guitar, though, at the climax, it grew to ecstatic moments of ravishing chromaticism and virtuosity that harkened back to the first movement. «The Boston Musical Intelligencer, Jun 15»
Who Will Survive in America? Kanye West's Hybridization of Hip-Hop
By using complex harmony, chromaticism, and technical virtuosity, beboppers like Charlie Parker were able to use signifiers of high art to show ... «PopMatters, Jun 15»