Book ID: CBB918557123

Il suono da Giuseppe Tartini a John M. Chowning (2020)


Beltrami, Cesare (Author)
Chowning, John M. (Author)

Franco Angeli

Publication Date: 2020
Physical Details: 124 pp.
Language: Italian

Questo libro illustra l'intuizione del musicista italiano Giuseppe Tartini (1692-1770) del "terzo suono" attraverso la teoria degli intervalli dell'antica Grecia e la classificazione operata da Gioseffo Zarlino (1517-1590). Il volume indaga la natura acustica e la funzione armonica della scoperta di Tartini, collocandola all'interno del concetto di "vera essenza dell'armonia". Si individuano conquiste e limiti della teoria incentrata sui suoni di combinazione, oggi componente essenziale della musica elettroacustica. [Abstract translated by Google Translate: This is the abstract in English… This book illustrates the intuition of the Italian musician Giuseppe Tartini (1692-1770) of the "third sound" through the interval theory of ancient Greece and the classification made by Gioseffo Zarlino (1517-1590). The volume investigates the acoustic nature and harmonic function of Tartini's discovery, placing it within the concept of "true essence of harmony". Concepts and limitations of the theory focused on combination sounds are identified, an essential component of electroacoustic music today.]

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Wilson, Preston S.
Dolder, Craig N.
Berggren, Ulf
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Harmony (music theory)
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Helmholtz, Hermann Ludwig Ferdinand von
Koenig, Karl Rudolph
Carey, William M.
Bernoulli, Daniel
Fourier, Jean Baptiste Joseph
Stumpf, Carl
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19th century
18th century
20th century, early
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