3 edition of The Aristoxenian theory of musical rhythm. found in the catalog.
The Aristoxenian theory of musical rhythm.
Charles Francis Abdy Williams
Microfilm (negative) Washington, D.C., Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 1966. 1 reel.
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Aristides divides music theory into two parts: Theoretical (Technical and Natural) and Practical (Application and Expression). Rhythm issues are addressed mainly in Book 1 (Technical) where Aristides expounds harmonics, rhythmics, and metrics, mainly from Aristoxenian sources. Rhythmics is dealt with in chapter 13– 14 On the role of accents in Indian music, cf. Clayton (n. 10), 37–42, 69–70 and –1, where the author shows how the use of dynamic accents is negligible when the surface rhythm of a musical piece corresponds to its basic rhythmical structure (tal). By contrast, dynamic accentuation ‘plays a far more important role in defining.
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x mm. Language: English. Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.From the INTRODUCTION. It is often said that the musical art of the present day is so entirely different. Aristoxenus of Tarentum (Greek: Ἀριστόξενος ὁ Ταραντῖνος; born c.
fl. BCE) was a Greek Peripatetic philosopher, and a pupil of of his writings, which dealt with philosophy, ethics and music, have been lost, but one musical treatise, Elements of Harmony (Greek: Ἁρμονικὰ στοιχεῖα; Latin: Elementa harmonica), survives incomplete.
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The Aristoxenian Theory of Musical Rhythm ‘Keeping time’, along with artistic accentuation and intelligent phrasing, is essential to successful musical performance. Rhythm alone had rarely been the subject of specialised study until the late nineteenth century, when several books on this topic by Rudolf Westphal were published in Leipzig.
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Abstract "Glossary of technical terms": p. Mode of access: Internet Topics: Aristoxenus, Aristoxenus., Musical meter and rhythm. It also provides insight into the basic building blocks of music that form harmony, melody, and rhythm.
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Description Aristoxenus of Tarentum makes productive use of Aristotelian concepts and methods in developing his theory of musical rhythm in his treatise Elements of Rhythm.
He applies the Aristotelian distinction between form and material and the concept of hypothetical necessity to provide an explanation for why musical rhythm is manifested in the syllables of song, the notes of melody, and.
This is the first critical text in over a century of the surviving fragment of Arixtoxenus's Elementa Rhythmica. Pearson offers further evidence of Aristoxenian theory in extracts from later Greek musical writers and from the important papyrus fragment Oxyrhynchus Papyriwhich is also presented here with translation and commentary.
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First published in 1 edition. Not in Library. The Aristoxenian Theory of Musical Rhythm Accessible book, Musical meter and rhythm, Greek and Roman Music, History and criticism, Organ music. C. F. Abdy Williams, The Aristoxenian Theory of Musical Rhythm (Draheim).
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