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Timbre in time

Barbara Reeder

Timbre in time

transitional exercises from western to African rhythm

by Barbara Reeder

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Published by CMP in [U. S.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Musical meter and rhythm -- Studies and exercises.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBarbara Reeder, Lynne Jessup.
    ContributionsJessup, Lynne, 1944-
    The Physical Object
    Pagination128 p. ;
    Number of Pages128
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13592067M

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    Timbre is the tone quality or color, the acoustic texture produced by a given instrument. It's how the listener can discern different instruments or voices, and is typically described with vague.   Timbre as a social, let alone socially constructed phenomenon, was a decidedly subordinate concern. A telling exchange along these lines came during my panel, which comprised contributors to a forthcoming book, The Relentless Pursuit of Tone: Timbre in Popular Music. The three editors of the book—Fink, Latour, and Wallmark—served as panel Author: Steve Waksman, Megan Lavengood, Zachary Wallmark, Robert Fink, Catherine Provenzano.

    Harmonic Content. The primary contributers to the quality or timbre of the sound of a musical instrument are harmonic content, attack and decay, and sustained tones, the most important of these is the harmonic content, the number and relative intensity of the upper harmonics present in the sound. Look at Dora Hanninen's book A Theory of Music Analysis: On Segmentation and Associative Organization if you can. It is not specifically designed for timbre, but it is extremely flexible and can be useful in describing timbre. The book just came out in December and it's really expensive though so you might have to settle for her article, "Associative Sets, Categories, and Music Analysis.


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Rothschild ()Seller Rating: % positive.•Timbre describes all of the aspects of a musical sound that do not have anything to do with the sound’s pitch, loudness, or length. •In other words, if a flute plays a note, and then an oboe plays the same note, for the same length of time, at the same loudness, you can still easily distinguish between the two sounds, because a flute.