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Topic: The Interpretation of Music


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  SuperConductor: The Global Music Interpretation and Performance Program
A musically sensitive person needs to guide the interpretation process: it is not a machine that makes its own fully meaningful music interpretations, nor do we wish to achieve this (it is inherently impossible we believe).
The interpretation of music is a special function that has arisen in Western music through the ability to write down a musical thought, imperfectly.
Music files together with their interpretations can be transmitted on the internet by e-mail to others and immediately performed by anyone who has SuperConductor.
www.microsoundmusic.com /clynes/superc.htm   (12786 words)

  
  Deterioration of Quality of Music Interpretation
To comprehend the present crisis in the musical world, it must be understood that music is an art that has been preserved and passed on by means of "oral traditions" which were fostered and transmitted with the same care and high moral sense as any of the great religious teachings.
Music notation is a relatively new and very limited development in the history of music.
Because the limitations of music notation only allow the preservation of the barest outlines of a musical composition, music remains an art that is passed on by word of mouth and personal demonstration.
www.anstendig.org /DeteriorationOfMusic.html   (2013 words)

  
 Elements of Music - Part Six
Music that is composed of a single line of melody (or a rhythmic line played on a percussion instrument) is said to have monophonic texture.
Music that is composed of an obviously predominant melody, accompanied by harmonic material and/or a clearly less-important melody, is said to have homophonic texture.
Considering musical texture in our second broad interpretation (the density of the simultaneous layering of different musical components) it should be noted that music also has a quality of thinness or thickness, transparency or opaqueness.
trumpet.sdsu.edu /M151/Elements_of_Music6.html   (2103 words)

  
 2. Performance and Interpretation   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The musical meaning of certain notational symbols has evolved through the course of time, and even among a sample of contemporary composers there may be disagreement concerning what subtle nuance a particular symbol indicates.
At this middle level of interpretation the attention of the performer extends beyond the sum of the notational symbols, for as s/he moves beyond pitch, duration, and articulation, s/he becomes concerned with phrase; phrases move into each other to form sections; sections create a movement and movements build to form a complete work.
Also, in such musics the aesthetic or historical importance of a particular performance may outweigh that of the work of which it is an instance, for example an unusually inspired improvisation by a prominent performer on a common tune.
home.att.net /~jaohlma/writings/what-is/two.html   (2375 words)

  
 Mobile music - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mobile music is music, which is downloaded to mobile phones and played by mobile phones.
Although many phones play music as ringtones, true "music phones" generally allow users to import audio files from their PCs or download them wirelessly from a content provider (the latter is usually for a fee).
Polyphonic ring tones are music which does not contain artists voices or instrumental performances.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Mobile_music   (279 words)

  
 Untitled Document   (Site not responding. Last check: )
This notion is known as the interpretation of music by the performer and it is this aspect of performance that makes music "come alive" and "breathe" whether the music is Mozart, jazz, salsa or rock.
Interpreting music allows performers the opportunity to probe spirituality as a fundamental part of music.
Upon hearing familiar music there are certain expectations as to tempos, dynamics, timbre and other elements of music that listeners anticipate.
www.cartage.org.lb /en/themes/Arts/music/elements/interpretation.htm   (124 words)

  
 Music Courses at LHU
Technical demands, interpretation of music, and exploration of representative literature are included.
Students will apply analytical skills to selected pieces of contemporary music, write musical examples that demonstrate their grasp of compositional techniques, and discuss and perform sample portions from 19th and 20th century music literature.
The study will enable the student to (1) understand the ways in which folk and ritual music represent a particular ethnic group, (2) recognize and distinguish the sounds of representative styles of ethnic music, and (3) develop techniques for the study of ethnic music that will enable the student to carry out independent research.
www.lhup.edu /music/courses.html   (1762 words)

  
 Music Performance and Interpretation
Students will then choose from a selection of instrumental music and write a personal narrative that they feel reflects the story the music is telling.
Explain to students that all music is written with purpose to convey feeling, emotion, or a story to the listener.
Students will be writing a personal narrative from their life experiences, choosing music that they feel tells the story and enhances the mood, and will be choreographing a narrative mime or narrative dance to perform for the class.
www.usoe.k12.ut.us /stc/ccc/docs/5/music.htm   (1611 words)

  
 Pottsville Area High School - Music   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Music Appreciation I is designed to expand the knowledge and understanding of musical elements, materials, form, and performance by extending one's listening experiences.
This course is a continuation of Music Appreciation I with emphasis on periods and styles of music, Pre-Renaissance to the present.
Music Theory I is an introduction to the elements of music: notation, scales, meter, rhythm, intervals, and basic chord structure.
www.pottsville.k12.pa.us /pahs/curriculum/music.html   (483 words)

  
 "The Listener's Interpretation of Music" by Herbert Brun
The job of the music critic would be to estimate which merit a musical work has, first, as compared with the general situation of music, and second, as to the impact it has or might have on the musical public's listening attitude.
It is an assumed privilege of music critics to pass speculative judgments on the value of such horizon widening experiences, and to pass their opinions on to the public.
This is music for listeners who are still conscious of the fact that, after all, they had once created the need for music in their minds, and who now are happy and gratified if this need is met, in that at last they can hear what they never had heard before.
www.herbertbrun.org /listener.html   (3601 words)

  
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Provides music majors with an introduction to great works from the repertoire of Western Art Music, and to the aesthetic values and technical features which are emblematic of their genres.
Provides music majors with basic sight-singing skills, including the use of solfege, singing of scales and arpeggiated chords and chord progressions, melodies in different clefs, and rhythmic reading.
ntroduce the music education major to the methods and techniques for teaching instrumental and vocal music at the middle and high school levels.
www.lhup.edu /academic/acad_affairs/MUSIC.htm   (1869 words)

  
 Dreams about Music Dream meaning and interpretation for Music Dreams.
If the music you hear is discordant it may suggest that your creative potential has become distorted.
Mystical Meaning: The pipes of Pan, the pied Piper and the haunting call of the Harpies all express the closeness of the Unconscious inner realm to the world of death.
Mystics also talk of the ‘music of the spheres’ the ethereal music that symbolises the harmony of the cosmos.
www.dreamsleep.net /music-dream.html   (503 words)

  
 Mission Statement University at Albany Music Department
The main goal of the Department of Music is to prepare students in the knowledge and basic skills of the history of music, the understanding of musical structures, the creation and interpretation of music, and the applications of music technology.
The study of music requires a rigorous and highly disciplined commitment to the art.
To perform a recital or to put together an ensemble performance is to participate in an activity that requires students and directors to exercise responsibility in a tangible and measurable way and to interact positively with other musicians in communicating the musical meaning of an artwork to the audience.
www.albany.edu /music/mission_statement.html   (262 words)

  
 Dolmetsch Online - Music Theory Online - Ornamentation
Arnold Dolmetsch, with his book Interpretation of Music of the Seventeenth and Eighteen Centuries published in 1915, was one of the first to explain how a performer was expected to employ ornamentation in the performance of what, today, we call "early music".
This is examined further in Mozart's musical language in The Marriage of Figaro.
In music of the Renaissance, the imitation of the human voice was something which instrumentalists were taught to aspire to.
www.dolmetsch.com /musictheory23.htm   (7807 words)

  
 Music Course Guide
The goal of the Music Department is to instill in the student an appreciation for music through participation in musical activities, listening experiences, and an understanding of the major musical styles and forms which have influenced the music of today.
Music in our lives is a comprehensive music program that offers students the opportunity to create, perform, listen to,, and analyze music.
This performing ensemble focuses on the study of musical styles and forms, correct instrumental techniques, and the interpretation of music notation, leading to the investigation and performance of a variety of works from the orchestral literature.
www.tmla.org /Music_Dept.htm   (586 words)

  
 FREUD AND MUSIC
The field of psychoanalysis and music has been a latecomer to applied analysis and it was not until the last decade that a field of inquiry was even formulated with the publication of the anthology Psychoanalytic Explorations in Music.
Music, on the other hand, has in the past fifty years had an uneasy relationship to the interpretation of the musical text (so to speak) as opposed to interpretation as audible performance, the result of the positivistic trend in musicology.
The analysis of musical materials as data for psychological interpretation is a technique developed further in another study of Mahler's Symphony Number Two which leads Feder to some different (although not necessarily contradictory) views to those of Reik regarding the creative roots of that work.
www.mindandmusic.org /feder_freud_music.html   (2663 words)

  
 Mcnally Smith Music School | Music Degrees and Programs | Contemporary Music College
An expansive music performance degree program built by professional musicians for talented students who are ready for a rigorous curriculum emphasizing refinement of aural skills, music theory, technique, interpretation and ensemble work.
The A.A.S. Music Performance degree program brings together experienced professional musicians and capable students to complete a thorough curriculum focused on aural skills, music theory, technique, interpretation and ensemble work.
Aural skills, music theory, technique, interpretation and ensemble work are balanced by liberal arts studies developed for and by professional musicians.
www.mcnallysmith.edu /music_college_degrees_programs.html   (463 words)

  
 Richard Zeier :: OutBound Music.com
Though not initially recognized as a prodigy, what set him apart from other musicians was a desire to write music from the moment he first picked up a guitar, as opposed to just learning a song.
His eventual attempt to redesign music was less than overwhelmingly received in the Midwest and prompted his relocation to the wideopen, but unfamiliar world of Los Angeles.
Focusing on instrumental music, he enrolled in the Film Scoring program at UCLA Extension where he was exposed to writing for orchestra.
www.outboundmusic.com /RichardZeier   (390 words)

  
 Authenticity in the interpretation of music
Music, situations of happiness, mythology, faces engraved by time, certain sunsets and places, want to tell us something, or have already told us something we should not let faint, or they are about to tell us something.
DURING the last decades an interpretative movement appeared, decided to show us where the composer stops and where the performers start, assuring us that it knows the single corresponding to a composer's will sonic form of a musical work, as well as the degree of the arbitrariness of all the previous interpretative traditions.
At the center of this movement's project lies the restoration of the musical text; they want a score free of interpretative and editorial interventions, and also accurate enough to reject new arbitrariness.
www.ellopos.net /music/library/authenticity.html   (422 words)

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