Smalley, Denis

1982b

Problems of Materials and Structure in Electro-Acoustic Music (part 2)

EMAS (Electro-Acoustic Music Association of Great Britain): Vol. 4, No. 2. London: EMAS: 4-8.

Language(s): English

Keyword(s):

Spectromorphology Structural Analysis Electroacoustic Music

Abstract:

In this article (part 2 of a two-part article), the author continues the process of identifying aspects of electroacoustic music that may be identified and categorised as structurally significant in terms of the listening experience.
(Parts 1 and 2 of this article are edited versions of a paper presented at the 1981 Electronic Music Conference in Stockholm)

All references of the same author:

(English)

Smalley, Denis (1982a). Problems of Materials and Structure in Electro-Acoustic Music (part 1)
Smalley, Denis (1986). Spectro-morphology and Structuring Processes
Smalley, Denis (1989). Pentes: A Conversation with Denis Smalley
Smalley, Denis (1991). Spatial Experience in Electro-acoustic Music
Smalley, Denis (1992). The Listening Imagination: Listening in the Electroacoustic Era
SMALLEY, Denis (1992a). Can electroacoustic music be analysed? (La musica elettroacustica pu˛ essere analizzata?)
Smalley, Denis (1993). Defining Transformations
Smalley, Denis (1994). Defining Timbre - Refining Timbre
Smalley, Denis (1995a). The Listening Imagination: Listening in the Electroacoustic Era
Smalley, Denis (1995b). La spectromorphology: une explication des formes du son
Smalley, Denis (1996). La spettromorfologia: una spiegazione delle forme del suono.
Smalley, Denis (1997). Spectromorphology: Explaining sound-shapes
Smalley, Denis (1999). ╔tablissement de cadres relationnels pour l'analyse de la musique postschaefferienne
Smalley, Denis (2007). Space-form and the acousmatic image

(Français)

Smalley, Denis (1995b). La spectromorphology : une explication des formes du son
Smalley, Denis (1999). ╔tablissement de cadres relationnels pour l'analyse de la musique postschaefferienne

(Italiano)

SMALLEY, Denis (1992a). La musica elettroacustica pu˛ essere analizzata?