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Traité de Rythme, de Couleur et d'Ornithologie

Tome 6

KOMPONIST: Olivier Messiaen
VERLAG: Alphonse Leduc
PRODUKTFORMAT: Buch
INSTRUMENT GROUP: Theorie
Part of the  Treatise On Rhythm, Colour And Ornithology  written in French by Olivier Messiaen , this volume is the sixth of the 7 tomes. It focuses on Claude Debussy's pieces and features ananalysis of 'The afternoon of a Faun', some Prelude and Images and parts of 'The Sea' and 'Paleas and
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Spezifikationen
Subtitle Tome 6
Komponist Olivier Messiaen
Verlag Alphonse Leduc
Produktformat Buch
Instrument Group Theorie
Style Period Post 1901
Genre Gegenwartsmusik
ISMN 9790046293269
Style Period Post 1901
Seitenzahl 228
No. AL29326
Beschreibung

Part of the Treatise On Rhythm, Colour And Ornithology written in French by Olivier Messiaen, this volume is the sixth of the 7 tomes. It focuses on Claude Debussy's pieces and features ananalysis of 'The afternoon of a Faun', some Prelude and Images and parts of 'The Sea' and 'Paleas and Melisandre'.

This treatise depicts the full theory behind Messiaen’s compositions and how hecomposed the music, including his conception of rhythms, his incorporation of bird songs and his relation to sound and colours.

While most of the composers struggle to explain their composition, Messiaenhasmanaged to write a Treatise in 7 volumes to explain all the important aspects of his work.

Olivier Messiaen (1908-1992) was a French organist and composer passionate about Ornithology and one of the mostimportant composer of his century. Inspired by Japanese music, he had a very special way of composing and his work can be identified by its complexity, its diatonic aspect, its harmony with limited transposition, its colour andits additive rhythms. He composed many works related to ornithology and birdsong, including the 'Bird Catalogue' in 7 volumes.

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