Música Estocástica

Géneros y Categorías [GyC]

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La música estocástica se basa en un proceso en el que las probabilidades de ocurrencia de un estado, o conjunto de estados, está definido. La evolución temporal del proceso es por lo tanto gobernado por un tipo de aleatoriedad controlada, la que puede ajustarse para dar cualquier resultado desde uno totalmente determinado hasta uno enteramente indeterminado.

(Fuente: Trevor Wishart (1994). Audible Design. York: Orpheus the Pantomime)

 

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Burns, K. H. (2004). Algorithmic Composition
Burton, Anthony R., Vladimirova, Tanya (1999). Generation of Musical Sequences with Genetic Techniques
Buxton, William (1978). Computers and the Composer: an Introductory Survey
Chang, Jae Ho (1999). Composing Noise
Delalande, François, Gayou, Evelyne (2001). Xenakis et le GRM
Di Scipio, Agostino (1997). The Problem of 2nd-order Sonorities in Xenakis’ Electroacoustic Music
Di Scipio, Agostino (1998). Compositional Models in Xenakis’s Electroacoustic Music
Di Scipio, Agostino (2001a). Clarification on Xenakis: The Cybernetics of Stochastic Music
Dubnov, Shlomo (1999). Stylistic Randomness: About Composing {NTrope Suite}
Harley, James (2002). The Electroacoustic Music of Iannis Xenakis
Hoffmann, Peter (2004). Something Rich and Strange: Exploring the Pitch Structure of {GENDY3}
Jenson, Kristoffer (2005). Atomic Noise
Järveläinen, Hanna (2001). Algorithmic Musical Composition
Kaske, Steven (1985). A Conversation with Clarence Barlow
Keller, Damián, Ferneyhough, Brian (2004). Analysis by Modeling: Xenakis’s {ST/10-1 080262}
Lohner, Henning (1986b). Interview with Iannis Xenakis
MADDEN, Charles (1999). Fractals in Music. Introductory Mathematics for Musical Analysis
Maurer IV, John A. (1999). A Brief History of Algorithmic Composition
McAlpine, Kenneth, Miranda, Eduardo, Hoggar, Stuart (1999). Making Music with Algorithms: A Case-Study System
Robindoré, Brigitte (1996). Eskhaté Ereuna: Extending the Limits of Musical Thought-Comments On and By Iannis Xenakis
Serra, Marie-Hélène (1993a). Stochastic Composition and Stochastic Timbre: {GENDY3} by Iannis Xenakis
Serra, Marie-Hélène (1993b). La synthèse dynamique stochastique de Iannis Xenakis
Solomos, Makis (2001). The Unity of Xenakis’s Instrumental and Electroacoustic Music: the Case for “Brownian Movements”
Solomos, Makis (2004). Xenakis’ Thought Through his Writings
Truax, Barry (1980b). Timbral Construction as a Stochastic Process
Truax, Barry (1982). Timbral Construction in {Arras} as a Stochastic Process
Vaggione, Horacio (1993). Determinism and the False Collective: About Models of Time in Early Computer-Aided Composition
Visell, Yon (2004). Spontaneous Organisation, Pattern Models, and Music
XENAKIS, Iannis (1958). Auf der Suche nach einer Stochastischen Musik (In search of a stochastic Music)
XENAKIS, Iannis (1960/1961). Grundlagen einer stochastischen Musik (Elements of Stochastic Music)
XENAKIS, Iannis (1966). Zu einer Philosophie der Musik (Towards a philosophy of music)
Xenakis, Iannis (1981). Les chemins de la composition musicale
Xenakis, Iannis (1985). Music Composition Treks
Xenakis, Iannis (1987). Xenakis on Xenakis
Xenakis, Iannis (1996). Determinacy and Indeterminacy
ZARIPOV, Rudolf Chafizovic (1985). Musica con il calcolatore. Le regole matematiche della composizione (Music with computers. The mathematical rules of composition - second edition)

 

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