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Serial composition.

London, New York Oxford U.P. [1966] .
ISBN 9780193119062, 0193119064

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Subjects Composition (Music)
Musical intervals and scales.
Twelve-tone system.
Description [8], 210 pages illustrations (music) tables 23 cm
Copyright Date [1966]
Notes Includes index.
Summary Introductory text covering all the most important aspects of serial composition, including discussion of melody-writing, twelve-note harmony, polyphonic writing, forms, orchestrations, et cetera.
Contents General -- The series -- Constructing the series -- Derived forms of the series -- Writing melody -- Writing in two parts -- Music in several parts and serial usage -- Twelve-note harmony -- Polyphonic writing -- Forms -- Vocal writing -- Orchestration, texture, and tone colour -- Stylistic factors -- Permutations and other variants of a series -- The avant garde, integral serialism, and improvisation -- The style of free atonalism and free twelve-note composition.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)950101
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WorldCat Identities Brindle, Reginald Smith, 1917-2003.
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