The arithmetic of listening : tuning theory and history for the impractical musician / Kyle Gann.

Av: Gann, Kyle, 1955- [aut]
Language: English Publisher: Urbana : University of Illinois Press, [2019]Copyright date: ©2019Beskrivning: x, 294 pages illustrations, music, charts 26 cmInnehållstyp: text Mediatyp: unmediated Bärartyp: volumeISBN: 9780252042584; 0252042581; 9780252084416; 0252084411Ämne(n): Stämning och temperering | Tonsystem och skalor | Musical intervals and scales | Microtones | Microtonal music -- History and criticismDDK-klassifikation: 781.2/6 LOC-klassifikation: ML3809 | .G3 2018
Anmärkning:
The cosmic joke ; The harmonic series ; Generating scales ; The Pythagorean scale ; The five limit, the second dimension ; Meantone temperament and the primacy of thirds ; Well temperament and key color ; Twelve-step equal temperament ; The seven limit and Johnston notation ; The eleven limit and the fourth dimension ; The thirteen limit and beyond ; Non-twelve-divisible equal temperaments ; Twelve-based equal temperaments ; A few numbers drawn from non-Western musics ; Brief miscellaneous thoughts
Anmärkning bestånd: EMS : G1 | B32.780 Libris-ID: kw1j32vsh8472pz3Summary: "Tuning is the secret lens through which the history of music falls into focus, says Kyle Gann. Yet in Western circles, no other musical issue is so ignored, so taken for granted, so shoved into the corners of musical discourse. A classroom essential and an invaluable reference, The Arithmetic of Listening offers beginners the grounding in music theory necessary to find their own way into microtonality and the places it may take them. Moving from ancient Greece to the present, Kyle Gann delves into the infinite tunings available to any musician who feels straitjacketed by obedience to standardized Western European tuning. He introduces the concept of the harmonic series and demonstrates its relationship to equal-tempered and well-tempered tuning. He also explores recent experimental tuning models that exploit smaller intervals between pitches to create new sounds and harmonies. Systematic and accessible, The Arithmetic of Music provides a much-needed primer for the wide range of tuning systems that have informed Western music." -- Back cover
List(s) this item appears in: EMS litteratur och musik 2020 | Musiklitteratur våren 2020 | Musiklitteratur sommaren och hösten 2020
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 283-289) and index

The cosmic joke ; The harmonic series ; Generating scales ; The Pythagorean scale ; The five limit, the second dimension ; Meantone temperament and the primacy of thirds ; Well temperament and key color ; Twelve-step equal temperament ; The seven limit and Johnston notation ; The eleven limit and the fourth dimension ; The thirteen limit and beyond ; Non-twelve-divisible equal temperaments ; Twelve-based equal temperaments ; A few numbers drawn from non-Western musics ; Brief miscellaneous thoughts

"Tuning is the secret lens through which the history of music falls into focus, says Kyle Gann. Yet in Western circles, no other musical issue is so ignored, so taken for granted, so shoved into the corners of musical discourse. A classroom essential and an invaluable reference, The Arithmetic of Listening offers beginners the grounding in music theory necessary to find their own way into microtonality and the places it may take them. Moving from ancient Greece to the present, Kyle Gann delves into the infinite tunings available to any musician who feels straitjacketed by obedience to standardized Western European tuning. He introduces the concept of the harmonic series and demonstrates its relationship to equal-tempered and well-tempered tuning. He also explores recent experimental tuning models that exploit smaller intervals between pitches to create new sounds and harmonies. Systematic and accessible, The Arithmetic of Music provides a much-needed primer for the wide range of tuning systems that have informed Western music." -- Back cover

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