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Tuning In Music Book

Author : Adam Ockelford
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Containing 64 songs designed to promote language, social and musical development, this book accompanies the Tuning In Cards so you can perform the songs and integrate the activities into your own practice. When paired with the Tuning In Cards, it will offer an innovative way of developing communication in children with profound disabilities, visual impairment, and autism. These songs have been developed in line with the Sounds of Intent framework and in collaboration with The Amber Trust. A helpful introduction by the composer describes how to adapt the songs and activities to the appropriate developmental level.

A Guide to Tuning Musical Instruments

Author : John Meffen
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Tuning and Temperament

Author : J. Murray Barbour
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The demands of tuning (attaining the perfect scale) and temperament (the compromises necessary for composing in every key) have challenged musicians from the earliest civilizations onward. This guide surveys these longstanding problems, devoting a chapter to each principal theory and offering a running account of the complete history of tuning and temperament. Organized chronologically, the book features a helpful glossary and numerous illustrative tables, and it requires minimal background in music theory. This new reissue is currently the only edition in print of a much-quoted classic. 9 figures. 180 tables.

Tuning in

Author : Ronald Wayne Rodman
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This work looks at and listens to the first 50 years of American narrative television music as a unique art form. Drawing on music in a wide variety of television genres, author Ronald Rodman develops a new theory of television music to explain how it conveys meaning to American viewing audiences.

School music Comprehending the Child s Own Tune Book for Sundayschools Arranged for Three Voices

Author : George Hogarth
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Musical Temperaments

Author : Erich Neuwirth
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Preface What you are now reading is the written version of an electronic document that explains the mathematical principles for different musical temperaments. The electronic version contains many music examples that you can listen to while you are working with this document at a computer. The written version obviously cannot offer this possibility. It serves therefore merely as a parallel study aid and guide and cannot replace actually working with the electronic text. Musical Temperaments Contents • V II Contents Introduction and Fundamental Properties 1 Pitch and Frequency 1 Preliminary Remarks 1 Frequencies and Intervals 2 Tuning Systems and Frequencies 5 Musical Scales in Different Tunings 5 Pure Tuning 5 Intervals and Triads in Pure Tuning 12 Pythagorean Tuning 23 Intervals and Triads in Pythagorean Tuning 31 Meantone Tuning 34 Intervals and Triads in Meantone Tuning 39 Equal Temperament (Tuning) 42 Intervals and Triads in Equal Temperament (Tuning) 47 Summary 50 Appendices 53 Pictorial explanations 53 Tables of Frequencies and Intervals 54 Operating Instructions 62 Glossary 67 Musical Temperaments Introduction and Fundamental Properties • 1 Introduction and Fundamental Properties Pitch and Frequency Preliminary Remarks It is well known that tones consist of periodically recurring phenomena, that is, beats repeating in a regular pattern. The number of repetitions of beats per second is measured in Hertz: 440 Hertz mean 440 beats per second. This number is also called the frequency of a beat.

Tuning in to a Different Song

Author : Joyce Scott
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Temperament

Author : Stuart Isacoff
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Few music lovers realize that the arrangement of notes on today’s pianos was once regarded as a crime against God and nature, or that such legendary thinkers as Pythagoras, Plato, da Vinci, Galileo, Kepler, Descartes, Newton and Rousseau played a role in the controversy. Indeed, from the time of the Ancient Greeks through the eras of Renaissance scientists and Enlightenment philosophers, the relationship between the notes of the musical scale was seen as a key to the very nature of the universe. In this engaging and accessible account, Stuart Isacoff leads us through the battles over that scale, placing them in the context of quarrels in the worlds of art, philosophy, religion, politics and science. The contentious adoption of the modern tuning system known as equal temperament called into question beliefs that had lasted nearly two millenia–and also made possible the music of Beethoven, Schubert, Chopin, Debussy, and all who followed. Filled with original insights, fascinating anecdotes, and portraits of some of the greatest geniuses of all time, Temperament is that rare book that will delight the novice and expert alike.

Tuning in

Author : Scott R. Wilkinson
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A basic guide to alternate scales, temperaments and microtuning using synthesizers.

The Only Guitar Book You ll Ever Need

Author : Marc Schonbrun
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Teaches the fundamentals of playing guitar, from purchasing the right model to learning scales and chords, and includes information on tuning, slide playing, and equipment.

Music and the Power of Sound

Author : Alain Daniélou
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Music has always been esteemed for its power to speak directly to our higher consciousness, a power founded in the purity of simple harmonic ratios. In this book, Alain Danielou traces the development of musical scales and tuning from their origins in both China and India, through their merging in ancient Greece, and on to the development of the Western traditions of modal and polyphonic music. Understanding these potent harmonic relationships offers a way for today's musicians to transcend the limitations of overly rationalistic music by drawing on its metaphysical roots.

The Open Tuning Chord Book for Guitar

Author : Brendan Gallagher
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Brendan Gallagher's Open Tuning Chord Book for Guitar provides an introduction to the two most popular open tunings - D and G. Brendan talks you through the nuts and bolts of each and provides 312 chord diagrams, a selection of popular songs which utilise them, useful tips on tuning and string set up and recommended listening. Whether you're looking to replicate the sounds of authentic acoustic blues, master the techniques of Joni Mitchell and Laura marling, or simply explore a new side to your instrument, this is the bok for you.

Pythagorean Comma

Author : Lambert M. Surhone
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A Practical Text book of Music as Connected with the Art of Playing the Piano forte

Author : Edward Brattle Oliver
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Heart and voice instrumental music in Christian worship not divinely authorised

Author : James Glasgow
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Emerson s New Century Class Book

Author : Luther Orlando Emerson
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The Scientific Proof of Astrology

Author : Percy Seymour
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Musimathics Volume 1

Author : Gareth Loy
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A commonsense, self-contained introduction to the mathematics and physics of music; essential reading for musicians, music engineers, and anyone interested in the intersection of art and science. “Mathematics can be as effortless as humming a tune, if you know the tune,” writes Gareth Loy. In Musimathics, Loy teaches us the tune, providing a friendly and spirited tour of the mathematics of music—a commonsense, self-contained introduction for the nonspecialist reader. It is designed for musicians who find their art increasingly mediated by technology, and for anyone who is interested in the intersection of art and science. In Volume 1, Loy presents the materials of music (notes, intervals, and scales); the physical properties of music (frequency, amplitude, duration, and timbre); the perception of music and sound (how we hear); and music composition. Calling himself “a composer seduced into mathematics,” Loy provides answers to foundational questions about the mathematics of music accessibly yet rigorously. The examples given are all practical problems in music and audio. Additional material can be found at http://www.musimathics.com.

Chords Tuning for Fretted Instruments

Author : Larry Sandberg
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Hundreds of chords and voicings for four guitar tunings, seven banjo tunings, three dobro and three fiddle tunings, plus ukelele and tenor guitar. An indispensable guide for the folk, bluegrass, pop, blues and rock musician.

A Guide to Musical Temperament

Author : Thomas Donahue
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Author Thomas Donahue assembles new information and material from previous sources, providing a comprehensive outline of theories and a historical overview that fills a neglected niche in music and keyboard reference."--Jacket.