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Analysing Harmony

  • Couverture cartonnée
  • 68 Nombre de pages
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The aim of 'Analysing Harmony' is to make some kind of sense or order from tonal harmony as used in the popular music of the mid-2... Lire la suite
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The aim of 'Analysing Harmony' is to make some kind of sense or order from tonal harmony as used in the popular music of the mid-20th century; the kind of music that is known as the great American songbook and used as standards by jazz musicians. The benefit of using this kind of repertoire is that, because it is highly refined , in the sense of being systematised and predictable, other musics, such as classical and pop, may be usefully compared with it to highlight similarities and differences of tonal use. The particular purpose of the booklet is twofold. Firstly, it may assist songwriters suffering from the lost chord of songwriter s block. The patterns and substitute chords analysed here can provide a range of chords that have the correct harmonic function: it s then a matter of choosing one according to taste. Secondly, an analytical understanding can greatly assist the improvising musician to develop broader and more complex melodic ideas over longer time-frames, rather than responding to each individual chord as it comes along.

Auteur

Michael Barkl (PhD, DCA) is an Australian composer born in Sydney. His works, which investigate the interplay of modernist and popular materials, have been performed by Michael Kieran Harvey, Sally Mays, James Wishart, Elision, Synergy, The Ensemble InterContemporain and the Adelaide, Tasmanian and Western Australian Symphony Orchestras.

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Titre: Analysing Harmony
Sous-titre: The Great American Songbook
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Code EAN: 9783838323992
ISBN: 978-3-8383-2399-2
Format: Couverture cartonnée
Genre: Musique
nombre de pages: 68
Poids: 107g
Taille: H3mm x B220mm x T150mm
Parution: 01.11.2009
Année: 2009

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