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2017 | 1(32) | 109-125
Article title

Teoria kompozycji discontinuum-continuum meksykańskiego kompozytora Julio Estrady

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Title variants
EN
Discontinuum-continuum: the theory of composition by Julio Estrada
Languages of publication
PL
Abstracts
EN
The Julio Estrada’s output is still the unexplored area, what creates the opportunity to study the phenomenon called discontinuum-continuum. During the last 36 years of the creative activity, Estrada has developed several aspects of the macro timbre that integrate several compounds of a composition. In his research, Estrada confronts two different situations in the compositional process: continuous transformation of the sound and chronographical method, using strictly defined re¬cording process in order to receive three-dimensional movements of the sound in the topological order. As a result of existing these two situations, a musical work is impossible to be defined by one technique or musical style. Examination of the theory of composition called discontinuum-continuum allows one to understand a new methodology of musical creation that involves scientific research of the physical phe¬nomenon of sound and introspection of the imagination of the sound.
Year
Issue
Pages
109-125
Physical description
Dates
online
2017-03-31
Contributors
  • Akademia Muzyczna w Krakowie
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Document Type
Publication order reference
Identifiers
ISSN
2353-7094
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.desklight-5f08f150-23a3-4421-aa19-ef9bdcaa22a6
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