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basis of musical communication.

Henry Leland Clarke

basis of musical communication.

Paper presented at the 9th annual meeting of The Pacific Coast Division of the American Society for Aesthetics at Mills College, Oakland, Calif., April 15, 1951.

by Henry Leland Clarke

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Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Music -- Philosophy and aesthetics.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML3845 .C5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination242-246 p.
    Number of Pages246
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6124244M
    LC Control Number52043623
    OCLC/WorldCa26511429

    Spec Breaks •A Line /Code changes every time ANY ELEMENT in the code changes IE 3”AARXL S/S-1”F --> 3”AARXL S/S at the point where the fluid has cooled enough to eliminate the insulation. 3”AARXL S/S-1”F 3”AARXL S/SFile Size: 2MB. for musical research, in attempting to reproduce the exact pitch and sound of instruments and orchestras, as the classical composer intended them to be heard; but, that is only a secondary matter. The primary issue, is the repro-duction and communication of musical ideas: A well-tempered polyphony, set at a cycles value for mid-.

      Because musical performances are socially and culturally situated, they come to be ethically saturated as well. Our deepest values may be implied by participation in a particular genre of music such as a hootenanny (populist), heavy metal concert (male machismo), rave (youth culture plus drugs) or European classical concert (upper-middle-class values and lifestyle).Cited by: the child interacts on a regular basis, including parents, siblings, family members, classroom or building staff, peers, and therapists. While verbal prompts should be avoided, it is sometimes helpful for the communication partner to interact with the preferred item in front of the learner, which will encourage him or her to request the Size: KB.

      Hallucinations of musical notation in the non-literate. Performing or studying music requires a great deal of repetition. Thus, one might suspect that musicians studying complex scores and notation may develop neural imprints, so to speak, which—should any tendency to hallucination later develop—are available to be by: 6. The first study that was published on group communication in the New School era of communication study was credited to Edwin Black in He studied the breakdowns in group interactions by looking at communication sequences in groups. However, it wasn’t until the s and 70s that a large number of studies in group communication began to.


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