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World music
The term has been credited to ethnomusicologist Robert E. Brown, who coined it in the early 1960s at Wesleyan University in Connecticut, where he developed undergraduate through the doctoral programs ...
2014-12-13 20:33
Atonality
While music without a tonal center had been written previously, for example Franz Liszt's Bagatelle sans tonalité of 1885, it is with the twentieth century that the term atonality began to be applied ...
2014-12-13 20:30
Musical tuning
Tuning is the process of adjusting the pitch of one or many tones from musical instruments to establish typical intervals between these tones. Tuning is usually based on a fixed reference, such as A = ...
2014-12-13 20:28
Set theory
Mathematical topics typically emerge and evolve through interactions among many researchers. Set theory, however, was founded by a single paper in 1874 by Georg Cantor: "On a Characteristic Property o ...
2014-12-13 20:25
Set theory (music)
Mathematical set theory versus musical set theory Although musical set theory is often thought to involve the application of mathematical set theory to music, there are numerous differences between th ...
2014-12-13 20:23
Common practice period
Common practice music obeys two types of musical norms: first, it uses conventionalized sequences of chords, such as I-IV-V-I. (see Roman numeral analysis) Second, it obeys specific contrapuntal norms ...
2014-12-13 20:22
Anthropology
The term anthropology originates from the Greek ?νθρωπο? anthrōpos, "human being" (understood to mean "humankind" or "humanity"), and -λογ?α -logia, "study."Fields Further information: A ...
2014-12-13 20:20
Bird vocalization
The distinction between songs and calls is based upon complexity, length, and context. Songs are longer and more complex and are associated with courtship and mating, while calls tend to serve such fu ...
2014-12-13 20:17
Paradigmatic analysis
In semiotics, the sign is the fundamental building block out of which all meaning is constructed and transmitted. Meaning is encoded by the sender of the message and decoded by the receiver recalling ...
2014-12-13 20:16
Nicolas Ruwet
Nicolas Ruwet (December 31, 1932 – November 15, 2001) was a linguist, literary critic and musical analyst. He was involved with the development of generative grammar.Ruwet was born in Saive in Belgiu ...
2014-12-13 20:14
Fran?ois-Bernard M?che
(as editor) Music, Society and Imagination in Contemporary France (1993) ISBN 3-7186-5421-0Musique, mythe, nature, ou les Dauphins d'Arion (Paris: Méridiens Klinksieck, 1983)Music, Myth and Nature: o ...
2014-12-13 20:13
George Herzog
The son of the German painter Hermann Ottomar Herzog (1832-1932), he trained under Joseph Schwarzmann, and at Munich's Royal Academy of Arts. His family immigrated to the United States in the early 18 ...
2014-12-13 20:12
Zoomusicology
Zoomusicologist Dario Martinelli describes the subject of zoomusicology as the "aesthetic use of sound communication among animals." George Herzog (1941) asked, "do animals have music?" Fran?ois-Bern ...
2014-12-13 20:10
Harmonic
Many oscillators, including the human voice, a bowed violin string, or an Cepheid variable star, are more or less periodic, and so composed of harmonics, also known as harmonic partials.Most passive o ...
2014-12-13 19:32
Liberal arts education
Rooted in the basic curriculum - the enkuklios paideia or "education in a circle" - of late Classical and Hellenistic Greece, the "liberal arts" or "liberal pursuits" (Latin liberalia studia) were alr ...
2014-12-13 19:31

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