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rhythmic structure of music

Grosvenor Cooper

rhythmic structure of music

by Grosvenor Cooper

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Published by University of Chicago in Chicago, IL .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Musical meter and rhythm

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    Statementby Grosvenor W. Cooper and Leonard B. Meyer
    ContributionsMeyer, Leonard B.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsMT42 .C642
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 212 p. :
    Number of Pages212
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21106073M
    LC Control Number60-14068

    The rhythmic structure of music (phoenix books): The Rhythmic Structure of Music (Phoenix Books): : Grosvenor Cooper, Leonard B. Meyer: Libros en idiomas extranjeros Isbn: - the rhythmic structure of music Book information and reviews for ISBN,The Rhythmic Structure Of Music (Phoenix. In music, form refers to the structure of a musical composition or performance. In "Worlds of Music", Jeff Todd Titon suggests that a number of organizational elements may determine the formal structure of a piece of music, such as "the arrangement of musical units of rhythm, melody, and or/ harmony that show repetition or variation, the arrangement of the instruments (as in the order of solos.

    When the Rhythmic Structure in Iranian Music was first published in , there was little or no discussion on rhythmic issues of Iranian music among Iranian musicians and scholars in the field of West Asian music and Iranian music in particular.   Buy The Rhythmic Structure of Music by Grosvenor W. Cooper, Leonard B. Meyer from Waterstones today! Click and Collect from your local Waterstones Pages:

      When the Rhythmic Structure in Iranian Music was first published in , there was little or no discussion on rhythmic issues of Iranian music among Iranian musicians and scholars in the field of West Asian music and Iranian music in particular. Fast spreading the issues raised in this book encouraged the Iranian musicians and scholars to take Cited by: 4. Most previous studies of Iranian music focus on melodic systems (Farhat, Zonis, etc.) or on instrumentation and the transcription of folk songs (Massoudieh, Darvishi, etc.). This book examines the so-far neglected rhythmic structure of Iranian classical music. Nonetheless, this book is not simply a rhythm book.5/5(1).


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The authors' use of the rhythms of prosody is extremely helpful to someone looking for solid reasons for the phrasing of a passage and to understand the inter-relations of phrases and therefore the structure of a long stretch of music, even a whole piece of music, through the architectonic analysis techniques furnished by the by: The Rhythmic Structure of Music.

In this influential book on the subject of rhythm, the authors develop a theoretical framework based essentially on a Gestalt approach, viewing rhythmic experience in terms of pattern perception or groupings/5.

The authors' use of the rhythms of prosody is extremely helpful to someone looking for solid reasons for the phrasing of a passage and to understand the inter-relations of phrases and therefore the structure of a long stretch of music, even a whole piece of music, through the architectonic analysis techniques furnished by the authors/5(5).

The Rhythmic Structure of Music. In this influential book on the subject of rhythm, the authors develop a theoretical framework based essentially on a Gestalt approach, viewing rhythmic experience in terms of pattern perception or groupings.4/5(2). In this influential book on the subject of rhythm, the authors develop a theoretical framework based essentially on a Gestalt approach, viewing rhythmic experience.

The rhythmic structure of music. [Grosvenor W Cooper; Leonard B Meyer] -- In this book, the authors develop a theoretical framework based on a Gestalt approach, viewing rhythmic experience in terms of pattern perception or groupings.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: ix, pages: music ; 23 cm: Contents: Definitions and principles --Rhythms on lower architectonic levels --More complex rhythmic structures --Rhythm and meter --Rhythm, mobility, and tension --Rhythm, continuity, and form --Rhythmic development --Extended sibility.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes indexes. Description: ix, pages: illustrations, music ; 23 cm. Buy The Rhythmic Structure of Music (Phoenix Books) by Cooper, Grosvenor, Meyer, Leonard B. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on 5/5(3).

Understanding rhythmic structure as taught in this book, a musician can reliably produce a musical performance that can affect an audience the way it should. I regard this book' insights as indispensable for the music I play.

With just about any other book that fell apart like this one has been doing, I wouldn't bother struggling to keep it together/5(3). The Rhythmic Structure of Music [Grosvenor Cooper and Leonard B. Meyer]. In this influential book on the subject of rhythm, the authors develop a theoretical framework based essentially on a Gestalt approach, viewing rhythmic experience in terms of p.

By Leonard B. Meyer - The Rhythmic Structure of Music (Phoenix Books) () [Paperback] Paperback – Ap byAuthor: Leonard B. Meyer. The following is the table of contents of my book: A Practical Guide to Musical Composition.

The analyst's challenge is to meaningfully decode a complex structure; the composer's is to fill the blank page. One might say that the composer's task is addition, while the if they suddenly change the rhythmic momentum without special File Size: 89KB. The other component to rhythmic structure in music is meter.

Meter is the means by which a person marks off music into equal time-spans. Beats that are equidistant from one another are the units of measurement, and are combined into recurring patterns characterized by a relatively strong beat followed by some number of weaker beats before the.

Mathematical Rhythmic Structure of Chinese Percussion Music: An Analytical Study of Shifan Lougu Collections Volume of Annales Universitatis Turkuensis. Ser. B, ISSN Turun yliopiston julkaisuja: Humaniora, Turun Yliopisto, ISSN Author: Boyu Zhang: Publisher: Turun Yliopisto, Length: pages: Export Citation.

The authors' use of the rhythms of prosody is extremely helpful to someone looking for solid reasons for the phrasing of a passage and to understand the inter-relations of phrases and therefore the structure of a long stretch of music, even a whole piece of music, through the architectonic analysis techniques furnished by the authors/5.

The Rhythmic Structure of Music. In this influential book on the subject of rhythm, the authors develop a theoretical framework based essentially on a Gestalt approach, viewing rhythmic experience in terms of pattern perception or groupings. Rhythm can exist without melody, as in the drumbeats of so-called primitive music, but melody cannot exist without rhythm.

In music that has both harmony and melody, the rhythmic structure cannot be separated from them. Plato’s observation that rhythm is “an order of movement” provides a convenient analytical starting point.

Beat. of rhythm in the music of Africa is an unquestioned principle; in fact, it bulks so large that African music could perhaps be set off as a musical culture area dominated by this concept and opposed to other equally large culture areas."'0 The underlying credo would seem to be that to study African music is to study its rhythmic structure.

This book is a guide to Book I The Theory of Rhythm from The Schillinger SystemofMusicalComposition. It follows the chapters from the original book. Rhythm creation techniques will be discussed in detail and musical examples will be presented. This document was created using the public domain LATEX computer typeset-ting Size: 1MB.

Wikis > Bibliography > Landmark Books & Textbooks > COOPER, G. & MEYER, L. B. The Rhythmic Structure of Music. The Rhythmic Structure of Music.Analysis of more than fifty improvisations and composed music in this book shows that the rhythmic organisation of gūsheh-ha and musical genres with any rhythmic profile (such as free metre, Author: Mohammad Reza Azadehfar.So what really happened in rhythmic side of this music was ignored in most discussions.

I believe this book fills the gap very well, particularly that it provides the reader with a huge number of audio and notational examples. I think tracks make a real difference in getting the right picture of rhythmic structure of Iranian music.5/5(1).