Three lessons on contemporary music composition and its relation with modern technologies.
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Three Music Lessons

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Three lessons on contemporary music composition and its relation with modern technologies.

Description (Abstract)

Modern technologies, and in particular analog and then digital electronics, along with the invention of sound reproduction, have radically transformed the way composers think about composition.

The traditional spaces of composition (pitch and rhythm) are no longer segmented per se and segmentation becomes a compositional choice.

Electronic reproduction reinforces the connotational aspects of sound placing them at the center of some compositional attitudes.

Finally, instrumental tooling changes radically: composers can now leverage a considerable palette of new tools, both on the compositional and on the instrumental side.

These three considerations are at the center of the Three Music Lessons.

Delivered

  1. Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst, Wien, May 2-4 2018

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