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by Robert L. Wick

eBook Electronic and Computer Music: An Annotated Bibliography (Music Reference Collection) ePub
Author: Robert L. Wick
Language: English
ISBN: 0313300763
ISBN13: 978-0313300769
Publisher: Greenwood; Annotated edition edition (January 30, 1997)
Pages: 216
Category: Writing Research & Publishing Guides
Subcategory: Reference
Rating: 4.2
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Electronic and Computer Music book.

Electronic and Computer Music book. This work is a handy desk reference for academic and public. Electronic and Computer Music: An Annotated Bibliography. This work is a handy desk reference for academic and public library music reference collections as well as teachers, musicians, and composers.

This work is a handy desk reference for academic and public library music reference collections as well as teachers, musicians, and composers. The more than 250 books discussed represent a core bibliography on this late 20th-century phenomenon that is very much in transition as the concepts of electronic and computer merge into a single music, whether acoustic or electronic in origin.

ROBERT G. WEINER is a Reference Librarian at the Mahon Library, Lubbock, Texas. He recently published an article entitled Atomic Music in the anthology, On the Culture of the American South. Series: Music Reference Collection.

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Electronic and Computer Music: An Annotated Bibliography. The Garland Encyclopedia of World Music; The World's Music: General Perspectives and Reference Tools. Music Reference Collection, 56) Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1997. REF ML 128 E4 W53 1997 Covers basic sources concerned with composition and performance of electronic and computer music. Uses a classified presentation with an A - Z arrangement by authors' last names within each topic. Provides name and subject indexes. Encyclopedias and Encyclopedic Dictionaries. Eds. Bruno Nettl, et al.

Wick, Robert L. (1997). Westport, CT: Greenwood Press

It was founded by CEO/COO Roger Raffee and Jim Hall, and based in La Jolla, California, United States. a b c Robinson, Matthew S. (September 29, 2001). Wick, Robert L. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press. p. 164. ^ Katz, Linda S. (2003).

A Guide to Popular Music Reference Books: An Annotated Bibliography (Music Reference Collection). Download (pdf, . 2 Mb) Donate Read.

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Academic journal article Notes. Electronic and Computer Music

Academic journal article Notes. Electronic and Computer Music. Academic journal article Notes. The intent of Electronic and Computer Music is not only to provide a chronology of the genre, but also to impart technical foundations that magnify the significance of each development in its history; a particularly important aspect, considering nearly one half of this revised and expanded book is new material dedicated to digital audio and its related elements.

This work is a handy desk reference for academic and public library music reference collections as well as teachers, musicians, and composers. The more than 250 books discussed represent a core bibliography on this late 20th-century phenomenon that is very much in transition as the concepts of electronic and computer merge into a single music, whether acoustic or electronic in origin. Of special interest is an up-to-date listing of on-line sources found on the Internet, including World Wide Web sites and electronic discussion lists.

Topics represented include history, literature on synthesis and synthesizers, electronic music instruments and devices, electronic music composition, MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface), the teaching of computer and electronic music, bibliographies and dictionaries. Covered by way of appendices are major dissertations and theses, lists of periodicals that have dealt with the subject, and a compilation of electronic music instrument and device system manuals currently in print.

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