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Le Sacre du Printemps est souvent présenté comme une table rase de la composition musicale, et comme une origine de la musique contemporaine. Pour étudier et vérifier cette affirmation, nous avons tout au long de l’année revisité l’histoire de la musique pour en extraire des concepts musicaux particuliers à une période, une œuvre, un musicien. Puis nous avons examiné ces concepts « nus » , c’est-à-dire en les « nettoyant » des éléments de langage de l’époque, pour essayer d’en extraire des principes hors temps, c’est-à-dire non dépendants d’un moment historique, d’un état de l’art instrumental, d’une technique d’orchestration, d’une avancée théorique. De manière surprenante, nous avons alors retrouvé ces principes dans des tableaux du ballet, dont nous avons constaté qu’il puise une grande partie de sa matière dans l’histoire de la musique.

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The Mathematics of Tuning and Temperament with audio examples

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Analysis of Xas (Iannis Xenakis) by Serge Bertocchi

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Scala is a powerful software tool for experimentation with musical tunings, such as just intonation scales, equal and historical temperaments, microtonal and macrotonal scales, and non-Western scales.

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Garritan Interactive PRINCIPLES OF ORCHESTRATION by Rimsky-Korsakov

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Michel Chion. Guide To Sound Objects. Pierre Schaeffer and Musical Research , English translation by John Dack (Senior Research Fellow, Lansdown Centre for Electronic Art, Middlesex University) and Christine North (former Senior Lecturer in French Language and Literature, Middlesex University).

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The Beatles consciously developed their compositions as recordings. To study the development of their style Tuomas Eerola ordened all 187 songs and 25 covers chronologically in twelve succesive "recording projects." Each project spans a time unit of about seven months. All links point to Alan W. Pollack's renown Notes ... On Series.

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