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Lecture 11

Lecture 11

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Music and Culture
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VPMA99H3
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Andy Lee

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Music History II Lecture 11
Electronic Instrument
-telharmonia
-oscillator
-control frequency and volume of oscillator
-based on simple audio wave
-accessibility to music became common in WWII
12 Tone Technique
-Schoenberg finds problem in freedom of tone
-need to make up music from scratch
-come up with a system that retains atonal system
-chromatic tone is ordered in the tone and never repeats before the complete appearance of 12
tones
-extend the row into a variety of element
-extend series to different rhythmic duration, timbre, and dynamic
-total serialism is organizational method that organizes tone and other elements
-impose order in an atonal system
Electroacoustic Music
-musique concrete is real sound that is recorded and manipulated
-splicing changing speed, overdubbing, reversing are methods to manipulate sound
-cut tape and assembling
-slowing the tape makes the pitch goes down
Synthesis/ Pure Electronics
-sound is produced electronically
-major development in Germany (WDR)
Hugh LeCaine (1914-1977)
-atomic physicist
-sound acoustic research
-electronic sackbut, ancestor of trumpet
-touch sensitive organ
-pressure affects the sound
Special Purpose of Tape Recorder
-compose Dripsody (1955)
-run many loops of tape at the same time
-music concrete
-recorded sound only, one drop of water
-variation of pitch and rhythm
-demonstration piece
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Music History II Lecture 11 Electronic Instrument -telharmonia -oscillator -control frequency and volume of oscillator -based on simple audio wave -accessibility to music became common in WWII 12 Tone Technique -Schoenberg finds problem in freedom of tone -need to make up music from scratch -come up with a system that retains atonal system -chromatic tone is ordered in the tone and never repeats before the complete appearance of 12 tones -extend the row into a variety of element -extend series to different rhythmic duration, timbre, and dynamic -total serialism is organizational method that organizes tone and other elements -impose order in an atonal system Electroacoustic Music -musique concrete is real
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