How We Hear Music: The Relationship Between Music and the Hearing Mechanism
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BeschreibungCovers much of the acoustics a student needs, without mathematics or scientific background.
InhaltsverzeichnisPart 1 Preliminaries. Part 2 Aural archaeology. Part 3 Hearing selects intervals. Part 4 The beguiling harmonic theory. Part 5 The imitating voice. Part 6 Hearing simultaneous pitches. Part 7 Patterns in harmony. Part 8 Loudness: the basic dynamic scale. Part 9 Music through the hearing machine. Part 10 A sense of direction. Part 11 Time and rhythm. Part 12 Conclusions.
PortraitJAMES BEAMENT is a distinguished scientist who plays and composes music. He has taught and examined music students at Cambridge University. His book should also interest practising musicians and music psychologists.
PressestimmenInformed by a broad expertise comprehending all of the disciplines for which human hearing is pertinent. Beament('s) model for the hearing of music...is not only the most speculative section of the book but also the most brilliant. Recommended warmly... it should find a niche in virtually every college, university and professional music library. CHOICE
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: BOYDELL & BREWER INC
Erscheinungsdatum: Mai 2003
Seitenanzahl: 188 Seiten