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PROGREMU

Latest update : 4 May 2007.

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  • Italian definition

    4 maggio 2007, di Pierre Couprie

    PROGREMU
    La composizione musicale è un processo complesso che combina attività differenti tra loro. Tradizionalmente, discipline come l’armonia, il contrappunto e l’orchestrazione sono state viste come aree distinte, sebbene correlate. Ognuna di queste è caratterizzata da sistemi predeterminati di classificazione e organizzazione. Tuttavia, nell’ambito dello studio elettroacustico tali sistemi risultano totalmente inappropriati, e il compositore si trova a dover (...)

  • French definition

    4 December 2006, by Pierre Couprie

    PROGREMU
    La composition musicale est un processus complexe combinant plusieurs activités bien distinctes. Traditionnellement, des disciplines telles que l’harmonie, le contrepoint et l’orchestration ont toujours été considérés comme séparées, bien qu’associées à travers différentes zones. De plus, chacune d’elle est caractérisée par un système de classification et d’organisation a priori. Toutefois, dans l’univers du studio électroacoustique de tels (...)

  • Spanish definition

    11 August 2006, by Rob Weale

    PROGREMU
    La composición musical es un proceso complejo que combina varias actividades discretas. Tradicionalmente, disciplinas tales como la armonía, el contrapunto y la orquestación han sido consideradas como áreas diferentes, aunque relacionadas. Asimismo, cada una está caracterizada por sistemas de organización y clasificación a priori. Sin embargo, en el ambiente del estudio electroacústico tales sistemas son, muchas veces, totalmente inapropiados y el compositor aparece confrontado (...)

  • English definition

    16 February 2005, by Rob Weale

    Musical composition is a complex process combining several discrete activities. Traditionally, disciplines such as harmony, counterpoint and orchestration have been regarded as distinct, though related, areas. Furthermore, each is characterised by a priori systems of classification and organisation. However, in the environment of the electroacoustic studio such systems are frequently entirely inappropriate and the composer appears to be confronted with repertories of sounds and techniques (...)