Mathematical models of musical scales: A new approach by Mark Lindley

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Those hurtful hurled epithets are becoming tiresome, particularly from you, Irvin Tornquist. ) In order to look at the topic of this current chapter, which, if I've been the least bit successful has entirely evaded you, we need charts, maps and historical diagrams. a. classical music) it's always been there, listened to by ordinary folk in bars and born in courts and cathedrals for Popes, Kings, Queen & Earls and latterly by the 31 32 barns, at dances and wakes, rising middle classes. the music of the common people enjoyed but generally not written down insignificant and considered unworthy and insignificant.

2) 2. Scherzo Squiffo (Op. 2 No. 3) 3. The Loaded Largo (Op. 3 No's. 2 & 3) 4. Pickled Pizzicati (Op. 23 No. 32) all reflect those whiffs of inspiration I got that night from Judge Juggs's compositions. To move from this loca specifica to the LARGER PICTURE of musical composition in the 20th century, we are immediately OVERWHELMED by the PLETHORA of influences from music of countries ROUND THE GLOBE! As a matter of fact, by the middle of the century, the study of the music of cultures OTHER than the great Western (and Eastern somewhat) European tradition came to be known as ethnomusicology.

30  Chapter 19â Music from Towns Other Than Chezlee, Ont. and Its Influence I shall never forget the first time my mentor, that Renaissance literato, took Lucetta and me up county to the neighbouring village of Grawlff for the première of one of Grawlff's most eminent composers, the Hon. J. Juggs, county circuit judge for Sarafrax County, sometime composer and general dabbler in the arts. ) was PROFOUNDLY INFLUENTIAL in the development of my own musical style and the pieces of that post-Grawlff period reflect that influence.

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