Visual art exhibition of different periods can be used to deduce different interpretation of life and day to day experience of artists. This is evident in the transformation of music overtime from the romantic, classical, impressionism, serialism, and nationalism periods of music transformations. Artwork production design process Visu... ... middle of paper ... ...he aim of reflection and evaluation is to facilitate the decision on how the final artwork shall be presented being consistent with the individual design process. It can also trigger further adjustments aiming to refine further the techniques and skills employed which might be of use in future artworks. Finally is the investigation of the conditions and appropriate environment for the effective presentation of the artwork.
He wanted music to be personal to each person. He wrote music for whoever wanted to here it. He is an Avant-garde and his motive was to bring new music and different kinds of sounds to our ears. John cage said "Experiment must necessarily be carried on by hitting anything -- tin pans, rice bowls, iron pipes -- anything we can lay our hands on . .
The creation of music is still disputed; however its early forms consisted of simple beats, rhythms, and melodies that would often mimic the human body’s natural sounds (Gough, “The Origins of Music”). These simple patterns eventually grew more complex over time, mixing different patterns with different characteristics. These complex patterns had grown over hundreds of years. Different music forms had given way to spiritual and cultural purposes. These complex rhythms and patterns would create a purpose that humans would use throughout history.
Music and the relationships of music have changed drastically in our society. The course of studies and the evaluations of the applications of the technology of music, the making and the listening of music have changed in the way we listen to music, the styles of music in our society and in the media. The importance of the technology in music today, has, over the past century been charted through the study of musical examples and through viewing how human values are reflected in this century's timely music. There are very many different types of music that are listened to. There are readings, writings, lectures and discussions on all the different types of music.
There are many ways in which music affects and surrounds us. It is our creative outlet, our passion, our distraction, our night out or simply our moment of relaxation. Throughout the centuries, music has played a vital role in our lives. We as a society immerse ourselves in music day to day. From grandiose social gatherings and dances in the Middle Ages, to live concerts and monumental performances to date.
The house must have a type of rhythm about it in order to make it better over time, just like how artists make music more appealing to different generations. Music is created so people can enjoy it and relate to it, and that changes over time. Music is always changing to meet different people’s needs and that is the same with engineering. People are always changing what they want and as engineers we have to change the way we build things in order to fulfill those needs. Tempo deals with the speed at which the piece travels and in engineering it can take a very long time for new ideas to be incorporated into our lives, which... ... middle of paper ... ...fferent types of harmony, rhythm, and tuning that all music has in it is how we as people get things done whether you are an engineer or a doctor.
As humans, we constantly wonder why. Why did this happen? Where did this come from? Music plays a central role in our society and our culture and so we must ask ourselves: where did it come from? The Baroque period has had a tremendous impact on modern day music.
This work is directly inspired by Der Blaue Reiter Almanach. Primarily a work of prose, it consisted of plays, essays by leading artists and musicians detailing works of the era, and commentary on art, music, theater, and related subjects. The Brooklyn Rider Almanac is conceptually a modern recreation of this idea in music, in that musicians are providing a commentary of artists or their work through their music. In a way, The Brooklyn Rider Almanac approaches the idea of cross-disciplinary art from an opposite prospective as the Onomatopoetic Project. Many of the works presented during the concert as a part of The Brooklyn Rider Almanac were inspired by looking an artistic muse or idea as an inspiration to create music that reflects the muse.
Musical works often use ambient composition techniques. These techniques can come In the form of acoustic or electronic sounds. Both types of music have the potential to engage the listener And create an atmospheric backdrop for your musical works. Adding atmospheric effects can add suspense, increase the overall density of a work, and improve the texture of a composition through added timbres not possible within traditional music. Accomplished composers know about the various available techniques and how to use the in a composition to good effect.
“Music” as defined by the Oxford Dictionary, is “vocal or instrumental sounds combined in such a way as to produce the beauty of form, harmony, and expression of emotion.” Emotion, and the treatment of emotion, is indubitably an important aspect of music from all eras, but the manner in which emotion is expressed, has changed over time. Throughout the Baroque period (c. 1600 – 1750) musicians attempted to cause a specific extreme emotion in the listener, while during the Classical period (c. 1750-1825) composers sought to produce a balance of emotions. Due to philosophical and artistic movements that occurred, emotion, a critical element of music, was conveyed differently between the Baroque and Classical periods. Baroque music is characterized by its development of tonality, elaborate use of ornamentation, application of figured bass, and the expression of single affections. A considerable philosophical current that shaped baroque music is the interest in Renaissance ideas that spawn from ancient Greece and Rome.