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timbral

(ˈtæmbrəl; ˈtɪmbrəl)
adj
relating to timbre
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Cooke undertakes a detailed harmonic and timbral analysis of the Gloucester and King's College, Cambridge services to affirm that these moody and introverted works represented something "wholly new" (p.
The loops and whorls of broken chords are all present and correct, but the harmonic movement and timbral shading expands and contracts with each unexpected and unexplainable interaction on stage, and the muscular, functional decisiveness of much of the vocal writing suggests an appropriate nod towards the Eisler/Brecht catalogue.
There is not so far a specific code for "cristal Baschet" (crystal BASCHET) which, according to sources, is classified either in the family of vergeophones or timbral percussion.
The greatest possible degree of pipe material and organ parts from this organ to be included in the new organ, and set standards for a timbral / aesthetic whole.
However, the presence of a text provides the advantage of a limitless supply of timbral tools for all musicians to draw upon, in addition to any specified phenomenal accents and dynamic indications.
Aspects such as timbral qualities, dynamic levels, articulation methods, melodic and harmonic compositional devices have not been represented here.
Once again, Manasse and Nakamatsu prove that they are one of the top clarinet-piano duos around, offering an unrivalled combination of timbral clarity, polished technique, chamber teamwork, and artistic commitment.
A Sheep in Wolf's Corset: Timbral and Vocal Signifiers of Masculinity in The Rocky Horror Picture/Glee Show.
As Lise puts it: "The technology we're developing will allow the composer to use space in a new way, using the reverberation of the landscape as a timbral element.
A case exemplifying Davies's appreciation of musical practices and traditions as well as his thorough knowledge of empirical research in music psychology is his method of arguing against Julien Dodd's timbral sonicism.
Nor have the qeej's complex musical structures been borrowed acousmatically or schizophonically as a source of timbral or compositional inspiration for western composers; and its sounds have not (yet) been borrowed or sampled by the creators of ambient ethno-techno fusion music.
The most attractive piece for this listener was "Hatyrlamalar" (Remembrances), in which the blend of the silvery pluck of the bay-lama and the bowed warmth of a string quartet provided a rich timbral fabric, although his "KlavierstE-ck" for solo piano, beautifully performed by ME-ge Hendekli, was a finely crafted and expansively conceived composition.