while Carroll's Wonderland 'affirms its dissonant
Crawford quickly mastered the novel theory of "dissonant
Michael Harper's more politically governed poem "Bandstand" begins with an image of music and gesture--"Monk's dissonant
hat / willing every change of direction"--and closes with a union of family history and cultural heritage, while maintaining the dance imagery:
Even the simplest and shortest work in the collection, "Children's Dance," (which opens volume 1), shows the essential elements of the Skalkottas's piano style: a nontonal harmonic vocabulary shaped by dissonant
chord progressions that support and enhance a prevailing interest in multiple lines of melodic movement.
While the earlier versions are cast away as unacceptable, the same evil lurks in current racial theories, though they are superficially less dissonant
to contemporary ears.
Into this dissonant
netherworld between reality and theory steps Myron Magnet, a member of Fortune's board of editors, a Manhattan Institute fellow, and a Dickens scholar.
There was no way for dissonant
information to get through the door, making State Department brass look something like children who block out the world by covering their ears and humming loudly.
When his adoptive father dies and dissonant
elements creeping into his paintings threaten his career, he is saved by the intervention of Grey, a Kiowa woman who brings him back to his Native American roots.
Atonality negates the primacy of a keynote or tonic; the notion of a scale built upon the tonic, to which certain of the twelve notes of the chromatic scale belong and to which others are foreign; the building of harmonic combinations exclusively in thirds; and the distinction between consonant and dissonant
combinations, especially the need to resolve dissonances into consonances.
Mumford (University of Nottingham) frames irregular warfare against insurgent enemies as a key dynamic through which the late twentieth- and early twenty-first-century special relationship between the US and UK fluctuated and allowed the two nations to pursue dissonant
policies during counterinsurgency wars.
01446 738622 MUSIC Glass Caves Pontefract four-piece Glass Caves fuse agitated rhythms, yo-yoing guitars and dissonant
keyboard sounds with vocals that splinter then soar through their songs.
RATTLE RATTLE HHHHDrum duo Katharine Eira Brown and Theresa Wrigley fleetingly pondered tethering guitars to their side-projectgone-wild, before clouting that idea on the head as determinedly as they pound their kits on the more dissonant
parts of this accomplished debut album.
RATTLE RATTLE HHHH H DRUM duo Katharine Eira Brown and Theresa Wrigley fleetingly pondered tethering guitars to their side-projectgone-wild, before clouting that idea on the head as determinedly as they pound their kits on the more dissonant
parts this accomplished album.
In previous editions of The Horn Call, Kibbe's works have been described as being dissonant
and serious but well-constructed, and this one is consistent with these previous descriptions.