Re: fission


Subject: Re: fission
From: Michael Gogins (gogins@pipeline.com)
Date: Tue Oct 26 2004 - 21:53:50 EDT


I would think that a solo instrument can hocket in at least one way.

The obvious way is to play a theme without hocketing, then hocket it by
playing alternate notes with distinctly different timbres or articulations.
Transposing one of the hockets would also distinguish them. These techniques
might even work without playing the theme whole first.

A differential hocket where each hocket repeats, but with different periods,
would also signal the hocketting.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Rick Nance" <rnance@dmu.ac.uk>
To: <cec-conference@concordia.ca>
Sent: Tuesday, October 26, 2004 6:29 PM
Subject: Re: fission

> I'm used to calling it stream segregation I guess. That might be the best
> search phrase.
>
> "stream segregation" music fission in google comes up with some links. but
> I think I like your selection better. The Bach solo flute peices are
> pretty good demonstrations.
>
> Try Tellemann though. Or maybe Fred Frith.
>
> can a solo instrument hocket?
>
> r
>
>
>
> Prof Malone wrote:
>
>> i was actually thinking of the psychoacoustic phenomenon of melodic
>> streaming by frequency proximity and tempo
>> the term was coined by Van Noorden
>>
>> i have been using the bach cello suites
>> but i am looking for more varied examples
>



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