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DISSONANCES: BRIEF DESCRIPTION AND ITS COMPUTATIONAL REPRESENTATION IN THE RTCC CALCULUS

Abstract : Dissonances in music have had a long evolution history dating back to days of strictly prohibition to times of en-richeness of musical motives and forms. Nowadays, dis-sonances account for most of the musical expressiveness and contain a full application theory supporting their use making them a frequently adopted resource of composition. This work partially describes their theoretical background as well as their evolution in music and finally proposing a new model for their computational use
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Salim Perchy, Gerardo Sarria. DISSONANCES: BRIEF DESCRIPTION AND ITS COMPUTATIONAL REPRESENTATION IN THE RTCC CALCULUS. 6th Sound and Music Computing Conference (SMC 2009), Fabien Gouyon, Jul 2009, Porto, Portugal. pp.6. ⟨hal-01257147⟩

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