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Making Sense Of Music


Author : Colin Durrant
language : en
Publisher: Continuum Intl Pub Group
Release Date : 1995


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Making Sense With Music


Author : Joe Procopio
language : en
Publisher: JoeCopio Music LLC
Release Date : 2010-09-21


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MAKING SENSE WITH MUSIC is the only book that actually turns musical notes into words so that you may listen and understand music as easy as listening and understanding your own language. It is a masterful guide guaranteed to enhance, enrich, and make your life more joyful with the beauty and wonder of music. It is written for both non-musicians and musicians alike. It is also available as a CD on iTunes, CD Baby, etc. MAKIN SENSE WITH MUSIC is a tried and tested program (Book and/or CD) that is the result of successfully teaching the understanding and appreciation of the beauty and wonder of music to people of all ages and all walks of life. In it Professor Procopio has unlocked the language of music and made it as understandable as one's own language. As a lifetime composer, musician and music teacher Joe Procopio has re-mastered and released his guide to understanding the language of music that he developed for over 30 years and taught as an educator to thousands of successful students worldwide. This method is now available in the iTunes music store, Amazon, CD Baby, etc. as the CD or Book entitled MAKING SENSE WITH MUSIC. Now, for the first time, the average person as well as the trained musician can not only listen but also understand all kinds of music easily. With MAKING SENSE WITH MUSIC, you need not be a musician or even be able to read music in order to master the language of music. This unique method teaches the listener to become fluent in the language of music by turning musical ideas into words and sentences that anyone can make sense of. With MAKING SENSE WITH MUSIC, Procopio demonstrates how small groups of notes are used by composers to convey meaning in music. Each of six devices is clearly explained with musical examples and completed works of music. For example, one composition depicts an argument between a woman and a man using one saxophone for the woman's voice and another saxophone for the man's. MAKING SENSE WITH MUSIC is now available in a completely digital format and delivery, allowing a new generation of music lovers around the world to download new meaning into their music.

Making Sense Of Music


Author : Colin Durrant
language : en
Publisher: Burns & Oates
Release Date : 1995


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The authors of this book have two main aims: to give teachers an idea of what it means to be musically educated; and to outline an academic rationale and educational framework for musical education. Much of the material stems from their work in schools and initial teacher education, both in the UK and abroad. They refer to the UK National Curriculum where appropriate, but avoid limiting tasks to particular ages, allowing for different developmental rates amongst children.

Stop Making Sense


Author : Scott Wilson
language : en
Publisher: Karnac Books
Release Date : 2015


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Stop Making Sense offers an original and compelling theory of music ‘from the perspective of the real’ as this term is understood according to the Lacanian orientation in psychoanalysis. Located in a mediating position between the subject and the real, music is here regarded as a form of social bond analogous to but quite distinct from the language of speech, operating ‘outside sense’. Music, like mathematics, is often regarded as a ‘language’ of the real in two senses: as a particulate system of essentially meaningless notes and tones that nevertheless provide regularities offering structure and orientation; and as the ‘language of love’, a means of mediating jouissance or the agonies and ecstasies that result from the ‘real’ of sexual difference. The first part of the book explains its theoretical and methodological underpinnings that are based in a reading of subjects and symptoms such as amusia. The second and third parts focus on contemporary examples that look at how music has become both a powerful locus of discontent and also a form of orientation in an age of generalized psychosis imposed by neoliberalism as a form of governance. This has been accelerated by the regime of digital telecommunications since the early 1990s, which has seen the emergence of various new symptoms related to the autistic jouissance to which we have been confined with our gadgets and networked computers. Specific examples and cases discussed include Freud’s melophobia or fear of music, Che Guevara’s revolutionary a-rhythmia, John F. Nash’s obsession with ‘Bach’s Little Fugue’, Talking Heads and Asperger’s Syndrome/Autism, Yoko Ono and the sense of 'lack' in the Beatles, the role of ‘Imagine’ in the murder of John Lennon, Brian Eno and the digital auto-generation of Freud’s ‘oceanic feeling’, Aphex Twin and the brain-dance of the hikikomori, and the utopian promise of Merzbow.

Making Sense In Music


Author : J. Kunst
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 1978


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Comparing Notes


Author : Adam Ockelford
language : en
Publisher: Profile Books
Release Date : 2017-06-09


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A tap of the foot, a rush of emotion, the urge to hum a tune; without instruction or training we all respond intuitively to music. Comparing Notes explores what music is, why we are all musical, and how abstract patterns of sound that don't actually mean anything can in fact be so meaningful. Taking the reader on a clear and compelling tour of major twentieth century musical theories, Professor Adam Ockelford arrives at his own important psychologically grounded theory of how music works. From pitch and rhythm to dynamics and timbre, he shows how all the elements of music cohere through the principle of imitation to create an abstract narrative in sound that we instinctively grasp, whether listening to Bach or the Beatles. Based on three decades of innovative work with blind children and those on the autism spectrum, the book draws lessons from neurodiversity to show how we all develop musically, and to explore the experience of music from composer and performer to listener. Authoritative, engaging and full of wonderful examples from across the musical spectrum, Comparing Notes is essential reading for anyone who's ever loved a song, sonata or symphony, and wondered why.

Making Sense Through Music


Author : Lieke Wijnia
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 2016


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