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Musicology and the computer: Musicology 1966-2000: A practical program
Barry S. Brook
Symposium I held at Rockefeller Institute, 10th April 1965 Symposium II at I.B.M. Systems Research Institute, 10th May, 1965 Symposium III at Queen"s College, 21st May, 1966.
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() Musicology and the computer: musicology a practical program: three symposia American Musicological Society, Greater New York Chapter (with Barry S Brook) New York: City Univ.
of New York mater: Columbia University. The final meeting, Musicology A Practical Program, was convened in May and took a forward glance into the last third of the century. The fifth subdivision of the volume is a bibliography which contains some listings of items published up through and which embraces all aspects of computer applications to music.
(Author/PB). Musicology--Selected Bibliography and Literature W.D. Allen: Philosophies of Music History (New York,2/) ML A43 P5 G. Haydon: Introduction to Musicology (New York, /. THE COMPUTER AND MUSIC.
Edited by Harry B. Lincoln. Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, MUSICOLOGY AND THE COMPUTER: THREE SYMPOSIA. [Musi-cology and the Computer (Parts I and II), Musicology A Practical Program.] Edited by Barry S.
Brook. New York: City University of New York Press, IN THE preface to his The. Perspectives in musicology: the inaugural lectures of the Ph. program in music at the City University of New York. by Barry S Brook (Book) 30 editions published between and in English and Undetermined and held by 1, WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
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Brook American musicologist. In the practical part, students will carry out a small course project on their own.
Content Digital Musicology (DM) is a vibrant field that covers the study of a wide variety of musical forms across cultures and historical traditions (e.g., from Gregorian chant up to present-day Jazz, Pop or Indian music), using analytical and corpus-based.
Musicology Research. In Marburg, the Institute of Musicology has an historical focus. Here, music is part of history and the cultural sciences. The focus is on the traditional genres of vocal and instrumental music and the intermedial products of modern art movements in which music plays a role.
Forte, Allen. The structure of atonal music: Practical aspects of a computer-oriented research project.?In Musicology and the Computer. Musicology A Practical Program. Three Symposia. New York: American Musicological Society, Hanson, Howard. Harmonic Materials of Modern Music: Resources of the Tempered Scale.
"[Discussions led by Arthur Mendel]", In Musicology and the Computer. Musicology A Practical Program. Three Symposia, edited by Barry S. Brook. New York: The City University of New York Press Sch?einrich.
He studied Systematic Musicology, Physics, Ethnology and Historic Musicology at the University of Hamburg. There he obtained his PhD and habilitation on topics of Musical Acoustics, Music Psychology and Musical Signal Processing.
He was a visiting scholar at the Center for Computer Music and Research (CCRMA) at Stanford University in / Musicology and the computer musicologya practical program, three symposia [New York, Ap ; ; ] n New Josquin edition critical commentary: On current trends in musicology: some informal reflections: Papers read at the Dufay quincentenary conference Brooklyn College, December Ethnomusicology draws resourcefully from its rich, inter-disciplinary heritage of musicology, music theory, anthropology, and area studies to yield tools of musical description and analysis that.
The musicology program at the UMKC Conservatory also focuses on pedagogical training. You'll work with recognized scholars of music history pedagogy through dedicated coursework, independent studies, individual research topics and teaching opportunities.
Joint Major Program in Music and Computer Science. The joint major program (JMP) was discontinued at the end of the academic year Students may no longer declare this program.
All students with declared joint majors are permitted to complete their degree; faculty and departments are committed to providing the necessary advising support.
Computer-Applications in Music Research: Concepts, Methods, Results (Methodology of Music Research) (1st Edition) by Nico Schüler (Editor), Nico Schueler (Editor), Nico Schuler Paperback, Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / At the conference -Musicology A Practical Program, - on.
All in all, still a unique and valuable book. Brook, Barry, ed. Musicology and the Computer; Musicology A Practical Program. New York: City University of New York Press. Includes papers from two groundbreaking symposia held by the American Musicological Society/Greater New York Chapter, in the spring of Forensic musicology appears to be the criminal and thus legal branch of musicology.
A forensic musicologist would deal with musical crimes such as by spotting similarities between pieces to determine possible copyright infringements. Hyacinth22 January (UTC) Forensic musicology is the designation for legal work that refers to music.
Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: American Musicological Society; Format: Journal, Online.4Barry S. Brook, "Music Documentation of the Future," in Musicology and the Computer, Musicology A Practical Program (New York: City University of New York Press, ): 5Florence Kretzschmar, ed., The Music Index Annual Cumulation (Detroit: Information Service, ): [xiii-xiv].Use the form to search UC's web site for pages, programs, directory profiles and more.