Part I: Traditional elements and spectral content in Color by Marc-André Dalbavie Part II: Siberia for wind ensemble and electronics

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Publication Type dissertation
School or College School of Music
Department Music
Creator Rosca, Sergiu Victor
Title Part I: Traditional elements and spectral content in Color by Marc-André Dalbavie Part II: Siberia for wind ensemble and electronics
Date 2013-05
Description The goal of this dissertation is to explore some recent tendencies in the evolution of spectral music. Color by Marc-André Dalbavie is a prominent example of the implementation of traditional elements within a spectral context. The work selected for analysis encompasses an orchestral piece that covers aspects related to instrumental spectral music. Color by Dalbavie is analyzed from two angles: a traditional formal analysis and an analysis based on its spectral features. This approach allows for the identification of traditional musical elements, such as traditional harmonies, motives, various scales and modes, twelve-tone row forms, and quotations, and the analysis of their function, which serves spectral practice. Dalbavie's most important achievement, I will argue, is the consolidation of past and present via the integration of traditional elements within a spectral context.
Type Text
Publisher University of Utah
Subject Dalbavie, Marc-André, 1961- Color
Language eng
Rights Management (c) Sergiu Victor Rosca
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Date Created 2018-07-27
Date Modified 2019-03-19
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