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MIXED MUSIC AS TRANSFORMATIONAL: ANALYSIS AND AUTO-ETHNOGRAPHY

Abstract : Mixed music is recent in the domain of music analysis. This musical practice,based on the contactof instrumental and electronic music,enhancesboth the traditional approaches,that arerooted inthe study of the sources (philology and history), the written and phonographic traces (musical analysis)and the more recent ones,dedicated to the study ofelectroacoustic musicstartingfrom itsperception.In completion oftheexisting approaches,this paper proposes a transformationalparadigm. Through this approach,both instrumental and electronic dimensions are conceived as poles of reciprocal tensions.Thisproposition studiesthe interaction between instrument and electronicsusingthenotion“functional repartition”. Can this notion be applied as means of musical analysis and auto-ethnography? This article tries to answer. In doing that, itwill reveal the repartition of the electronics and the instrumentin a specific case study andwill provide insightsof the compositional act in relationship with the technical means.
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Eric Maestri. MIXED MUSIC AS TRANSFORMATIONAL: ANALYSIS AND AUTO-ETHNOGRAPHY. JIM 2019 Journées d'Informatique Musicale, LaBRI, May 2019, Bayonne, France. ⟨hal-03111490⟩

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