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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: INSTRUMENTAL WRITING AS A TERRITORY TO THE COMPOSITION WITH SONORITIES
Author: Ficagna, A
Abstract: This article summarizes the path that allowed me to formulate the following hypothesis, which guides my PhD research: in touch with "eletroacoustic sensibility", the singularities of instrumental writing actualize its own virtualities and become a territory in which any tool can arise and connect to any other tool, with the only proposal of making a sonority based composition. It's important, though, to take eletroacoustic music as a "sensibility mode", heard also in many instrumental compositions (Caesar, 1994), especially on the works of composers who tried new approaches for instrumental writing (as did Varese, for example). In a future step, analytical and compositional strategies are expected to be developed, through the study of sonorities oriented contemporary instrumental music and its technical and aesthetical acquisitions.
Subject: Instrumental writing
Territory
Composition
Analysis
Sonority
Country: Brasil
Editor: Univ Federal Goias
Rights: aberto
Date Issue: 2009
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