Subject: Re: fission
From: miriam clinton (iriXx) (iriXx@iriXx.org)
Date: Tue Oct 26 2004 - 22:08:50 EDT
Bach in effect does this - its the accentuation of a seperate melody in
distances at least nearly an octave or so apart. if you're um, lucky
enough to have a voice like mine you can do it.... ;) its also all in
Michael Gogins wrote:
> 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
> A differential hocket where each hocket repeats, but with different
> periods, would also signal the hocketting.
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> 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?
>> 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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