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The problem of musical expression

Erich Sorantin

The problem of musical expression

a philosophical and psychological study

by Erich Sorantin

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Published by Marshall & Bruce co. in Nashville .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Music appreciation,
  • Music,
  • Philosophy and aesthetics,
  • Psychological aspects

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesMusical expression, The problem of.
    Statementby Erich Sorantin
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML3830 .S61
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 122 p., 1 l. :
    Number of Pages122
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24899863M
    LC Control Number33003206
    OCLC/WorldCa16007012

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    The music that Sonny plays and loves is based less on a strict formal order than on a pure expression of the soul. Bebop, as it came to be known, was a radical new form of jazz. For musicians like Sonny, the freedom of expression that came with bebop was a chance to live freely, defy social conventions and norms, and create something utterly. Musical expression is never primarily national, but is personal and individual rather. It is so deep, so profound, that it goes beyond and below nationality and gives voice to the most private feeling. In music there is never exact heredity. Each man is an individual.

    Jazz is certainly a genre that lends itself to much musical expression because of the improvisation that enters into the playing of jazz. The jazz player must inherently have a good "ear" for his. A Practical Guide to Musical Composition Presentation The following is the table of contents of my book: A Practical Guide to Musical Composition. Its aim is to discuss fundamental principles of musical composition in concise, practical terms, and to provide guidance for student composers. Many practical aspects of the craft of composition,File Size: 89KB.


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This book clarifies the problem between language and music. The problem is that we have historically confused them.

The similarities between language and music have led us to think that there is a deeper relation. Anyhow, Davies examines, I would say exhaustively, the idea that music has meaning in Cited by: The Problem of Musical Expression: A Philosophical and Psychological Study Erich Sorantin No preview available - Get this from a library.

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antique music textbook. Perspective Adorno, Theodore W. "On the Problem of Musical Analysis." Vol. 2nd ed. Translated by Max Paddison. Hoboken: Wiley, Adorno discusses the problems with analysis.

Particularly critical of Schenker, arguing that when applied to music. ON THE PROBLEM OF MUSICAL ANALYSIS Introduced and translated by Max Paddison On Februa few months before his death, T.

Adorno gave a public lecture, 'Zum Probleme der musikalischen Analyse', at the Hochs-chule fiir Musik und Darstellende Kunst, Frankfurt-am-Main. There. Other articles where Essay on Musical Expression is discussed: Charles Avison: His “Essay on Musical Expression” () evoked a pamphlet from William Hayes, professor of music at the University of Oxford (), to which Avison replied in an enlarged edition of The problem of musical expression book “Essay.” Avison lived all his life in Newcastle, refusing appointments at York, Dublin, Edinburgh, and.

Musical "Topics" and Expression in Music In a series of illuminating discussions Wye Allan-brook has developed the idea that musical com-monplaces or "topics" in Mozart's music shed light on the problem of expression in that mu-sic. ' Topics are, roughly speaking, allusions within a piece of music.

As in non-musical plays, the ending of each scene in a book musical has to project the action forward, pointing the audience's interest into the scenes to come. Since good showtunes often capture a moment of transition, realization or decision, a song (or a brief reprise) is often used to bring scenes to a close.

accelerando with increasing speed adagio slowly a movement or piece to be performed slowly agitato in an agitated manner allegretto fairly quickly or briskly allegro quickly, in a brisk, lively manner amoroso lovingly andante at a moderately slow tempo andantino slightly faster than andante animato in a lively manner appassionato impassioned.

Avison's "Reply to the author of Remarks on the Essay on musical expression" has special t.p. Description:43, 53 pages music 23 cm.

Contents: An essay on musical expression / C. Avison --A letter to the author concerning the music of the ancients / [J. Jertin] --A reply to the author of remarks on the essay on musical expression / C.

Musical expression is not a mode of consciousness in those who produce it and it is not an effect of music either.) Rather, it is a feature of the music itself. Once we have discarded the psychological reduction of expression, the way may be clear to explore the intricate relation between expression.

EXPRESSION by Martin Schuring © Expression is not the result of inspiration. Expression is the result of study, practice, and the lifelong acquisition of taste. Begin by studying the music.

I don't mean to just play through it; I mean to really look at it, and figure out what you want to do. The band is now 1/4 of the way through its contract, has made the music industry more than 3 million dollars richer, but is in the hole $14, on royalties.

The band members have each earned about 1/3 as much as they would working at abut they got to ride in a tour bus for a month. This extract is from The Republic by Plato, Book III (). Then now, my friend, I said, that part of music or literary education which relates to the story or myth may be considered to be finished; for the matter and manner have both been discussed.

I think so too, he said. Next in order. Chapter Six MUSICAL EXPRESSION. MUSICAL EXPRESSION Of the many factors which go to make a pleasing and successful musical performance, the most important is that combination of colouring, intensi- fying, and shading which we term Expression in music.

A composition may be every so cleverly written, but its vitality often depends upon the way it is presented, -- whether the spirit of the work. LECTORATE LIFELONG LEARNING IN MUSIC & THE ARTS Music and Expression musicking in the instrumental lesson Harris 2/1/ By expression we are referring not only to the actual sound of speech and music but also to facial expression and bodily gesture.

Expression enhances comprehension, but may also serve as a more economic vehicle of communication. chapters of this book (e.g. Gabrielsson & Lindström, this volume; Juslin, this volume), that listeners often agree rather strongly about what type of emotion is expressed in a particular piece.

It is also a pervasive belief that music can, at times, actually produce emotion in listeners. Musical expression is the art of playing or singing with a personal response to the music. At a practical level, this means making appropriate use of dynamics, phrasing, timbre and articulation to bring the music to life.

Composers may specify these aspects of expression to a greater or lesser extent in the notation of their musical score. The nature of musical expression has also been. Buy Musical Meaning and Expression by Stephen Davies (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(1). Musical Terms and Expressions Dynamics pp play at a volume of pianissimo (very soft) p play at a volume of piano (soft) mp play at a volume of mezzo piano (medium soft) mf play at a volume of mezzo forte (medium loud) f play at a volume of forte (loud) sf play sforzando (loud with a strong accent) ff play at a volume of fortissimo (very loud) sff play sforzando (very loud with a strong accent)File Size: 1MB.If notes are like words, then phrasing is the way that the words are made to sound like sentences or complete thoughts.

Phrasing markings. Written music uses a large number of markings and terms to communicate phrasing and expression to the performer.

Many of these terms are Italian. A quick tour of some commonly used terms.Controversy arises in music when its content touches on issues of violence, sexuality, religion, or obscene language. Rap and hip hop have been blamed for increased street violence and shootings.

Heavy metal is targeted as anti-religious. Sexually explicit lyrics are thought to lead to disrespect of women and increased sexuality in minors.

Musicians have also been opposed for their image or.