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Indicative Fields and Networks

Latest update : 1 May 2007.

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  • Italian definition

    1 maggio 2007, di Pierre Couprie

    Reti / Campi Indicativi (Indicative Fields / Networks)
    La teoria della Spettromorfologia di Denis Smalley prende in considerazione le risposte dell’uditore agli aspetti estrinseci (o referenziali) del materiale sonoro, in relazione alla concezione di gesto-tessitura come principio strutturante della composizione e dell’analisi della musica elettroacustica. Sono nove gli attributi indicativi o “estrinseci” che vengono identificati come significativi: gesture (gesto), (...)

  • German definition

    17 February 2007, by Pierre Couprie

    Ausdrucksparameter (Indicative Fields/Networks)

  • French definition

    2 December 2006, by Pierre Couprie

    Indicative Fields/Networks (Trait indicatif/Réseaux indicatifs)
    La théorie de Denis Smalley sur la spectromorphologie prend en compte les réponses de l’auditeur sur les aspects extrinsèques (ou référentiels) du matériau sonore dans sa conception du geste/texture comme principe structurant de la composition et de l’analyse de la musique électroacoustique. Sept attributs indicatifs ou “extrinsèques” sont identifiés comme ayant une signification : le geste, (...)

  • Spanish definition

    10 August 2006, by Rob Weale

    Indicative Fields/Networks (Redes/Campos Indicativos)
    La teoría Espectromorfológica de Denis Smalley considera a las respuestas de la escucha a aspectos "extrínsecos" (o referenciales) del material sonoro en su explicación del gesto/textura como principio estructurador en el análisis y la composición musical electroacústica. Identifica nueve atributos indicativos o "extrínsecos" significativos:
    gesto, expresión oral (utterance), comportamiento, energía, movimiento, objeto/sustancia, (...)

  • English definition

    5 January 2005, by Rob Weale

    Denis Smalley’s Spectromorphological theory makes consideration of listening responses to ’extrinsic’ (or referential) aspects of sound materials in its explanation of gesture/texture as a structuring principle in electroacoustic music composition and analysis. Nine indicative or ’extrinsic’ attributes are identified as being of significance:
    gesture, utterance, behaviour, energy, motion, object/substance, environment, vision, and (...)