musical notation

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Even in some of the more representational works, some kind of musical notation appears to be referenced.
Importantly, a thorough treatise on song lyrics or musical notation is not provided, as most of Baker's data surrounds the use of music depicted in paintings, churches, and written accounts.
During his voyage through history, Johnston pauses to discuss what the theories of Copernicus did to the music of the spheres, how the first phonographs worked, the development of musical notation and why computers only like ones and zeroes.
He said the young Mozart almost certainly asked his father to put the pieces to paper because he could not yet do musical notation, and later made his own corrections.
The Double Concerto was Brahms' final orchestral work, and the soloists more than do it justice; they reach far beyond the realm of musical notation to the spirit of the music and convey it, whole, to listeners.
In musical notation, which sign changes a sharp or flat note back to its original value?
Campbell devotes a full page for each tune or groove and provides a brief musical notation.
The book has a very wide scope, covering many aspects of research; commenting upon the importance of music within land, family and Indigenous culture; describing musical instruments and their use, ceremonial performance and musical notation techniques; and providing a general typology of Indigenous musical styles throughout Australia and the Tortes Strait.
He invented a new system of musical notation, using numbers instead of notes, and published a book on it.
At present our main lack, in the absence of a yet more readily accessible notation system that would be as much part of a professional dancer's equipment as musical notation is of a professional musician, is the shortage of trained notators.
Its customers include professional musicians, educational institutions at all levels; and individuals who need to provide musical notation as a means to publish their work.
471) offers a resolution of the problems encountered in reading the musical notation of the Orestes fragment of Greek music from the fourth century B.
Each song is fit onto one page, in simple musical notation with the lyrics printed both within the music notation and separately for easy reading.
that novels and musical notation were "worldly" manifestations that the Amish could not accept.