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music 23 aeolian mode 78–9 african music 17–18, 23, 26 ... - Ashgate

music 23 aeolian mode 78–9 african music 17–18, 23, 26 ... - Ashgate

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224 “divisive” music 23 dixieland style 151 dorian mode 77 duriyanga, Phra chen 72–3 du sautoy, Marcus 18 eclecticism 208–9 elfman, danny 199–202 ellington, edward (“duke”) 187–9 entrainment 19–20 ethnomusicology 209–10 euclid 19 F numbers 66, 68, 76, 117 Fletcher, Peter 17, 73, 98 Flor de Sancayo (song) 168–70, 178, 199 formalism 208 Fraisse, Paul 17 Friedman, Thomas 211 Fukuda, Teruhisa 55, 57 Fuller, ramon 112 Fürniss, susanne 150 fusion, musical 7, 121, 155 examples of 183–202 gagaku music 72, 110, 128–9, 136, 178 gamelan music 26, 60–1, 97–102 Gauldin, robert 4 Gestalts 20–2, 135, 150 Gillespie, john (“dizzie”) 126–7 globalization 5–6 “golden section” 145 Gonzalez-rubio, jesus 81 Gridley, Mark 152 grouping 13, 133–46, 206 principles of 29–30 rhythmic 22–34, 37–9 and similarity relations 139–46 within the process space 134–9 “growth” (larue) 15 hannon, erin e. 17 harmonic dynamism 113–20, 131 measures of 113–19 “harmonic” and “inharmonic” sounds 13–14, 69 harmonic perception 111–12 Towards a Global Music Theory harmonic progression dynamism value (hPdV) 116–18, 126–30 harmony 12–16, 109–31 examples of 121–31 practical and expressive implications of 120–1 in world context 109–10 hemiola 36 heterophony 138, 147 hijāz 83–4 hindemith, Paul 110–11 homophony 138 hughes, david 128–9 huntington, samuel 5 i ching 183 idiophones 14, 126 improvisation 152, 205, 207 indian music 23, 26, 28, 85–7, 147, 149, 173 interpretation, musical 205–7 īqā‘āt 26, 84 iranian music 23 isoperiodicity 142, 151 ives, charles 120 jackendoff, ray 8, 23–4, 27 jairazbhoy, N.a. 85 Japonisme 164–5 javanese music 29 jazz 109–10, 126–7, 130, 151, 187, 202, 207 johnston, ben 120, 123 joplin, scott 37 kaemmer, john 73 Karpagame 148–9 kaufmann, walter 85, 194 kendall, roger 107 koesoemadinata, r.M.a. 97 kolinski, Mieczyslaw 27 kramer, jonathan d. 24, 27, 31–2 kritis 147–9, 206 kubik, Gerhard 124–7 kunst, jaap 97 larson, steve 207 larue, jan 10–15, 136

lee, c.s. 29 lee, riley 57 lendvai, erno 180 lerdahl, Fred 8, 23–4, 27 lester, joel 12 locke, david 26, 47–54, 151–2 lomax, alan 107 london, justin 12 longuet-higgins, h.c. 29 Lost Your Head Blues 92 lydian mode 75–7 “Mcdonaldization” of culture 6 Mâche, François-bernard 9–10, 70 major and minor scales 77–9 Manuel, Peter 110 maqāmāt 83–4, 94 Marcus, scott l. 83 Margulis, elizabeth 20–1 Māyāmālavagaula 87, 95 mbira 124–6 melodic contour 106–7 melody 12–16, 59–108 “meloharmony” 110 Messiaen, olivier 158–61 meter 23–30 Meyer, leonard 9, 11, 27–8, 79, 208 Miller, George 20, 25 Mills, janet 4 Mixolydian mode 78 miyako-bushi mode 74, 163–5 modulation 81 monophony 59, 137–9 Moore, allan 110 Morris, robert 110, 147–8 Morton, david 73, 146–7 Mozart, w.a. 7, 81, 165–70, 178 music definition of 8 as a process 133–4 music education 210–11 Native american music 23, 73, 106–7 Nattiez, jean-jacques 8 Nelson, stephen 128 Nettl, bruno 3, 7, 9 neural processing 111–12 New orleans style 151–2 Index 225 Nketia, j.h.k. 32, 151 non-tonality 102–6 notation, musical, use of 10 Nzewi, Meki 11 ockelford, adam 135–9, 142–3 octatonic usage 102, 104–5 octaves 61 Oleg Tumulilingan 99–102 oliver, joe (“king”) 151 ostransky, leroy 151 Palestinian Mu‘annā 42–4, 94–5 pandiatonicism 102–3 Parker, charlie 126–7 Partch, harry 111, 120–1 Patel, aniruddh 25, 102 pélog tunings 61, 97, 99 pentatonicism 69–74, 77, 91–2 perceptual psychology 19–21 performance decisions 205–7 “periodicity” (Tenzer) 142 permutations 38 Perry, jeffrey 183–4 phrase levels of music 28–9 Phrygian mode 78 Pieterse, jan Nederveen 5–6 pitch 12–15, 141, 159–60 definition of 12 distinction of 59–62, 108 dynamism of see tonal tension human response to 61 linearity and simultaneity of 109 variablity in 88–102 plainchant 77 polyphony 137–8, 149–50 “polyrhythm” and “polymeter” 36 polytonality 182 Pomeroy, boyd 103 prime numbers, musical significance of 18–19, 59 process, musical 133–4 “progressive rock” 198 pulse 27–8 Purcell, henry 34 Pythagorean comma 82 Pythagorean principles of music-making 62

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