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'Harmonic Practice and Style - Rosenzweig'


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Michael R
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« on: June 04, 2009, 06:22:31 pm »

At the risk of being accused of partisan/partial posting, may I humbly put forward the following audio clips as examples of 'harmony' in the present -

http://rosenzweig.databasecreations.co.uk/audio_clips

this one you have to click on 'play' button

Try tracks 1 and 2 to start with (as well as the others!)

The rest of the piece is at present available on http://www.myspace.com/397664216

this one you have to wait for the player to open....
 
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Paul
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« Reply #1 on: June 05, 2009, 07:23:03 am »

At the risk of being accused of partisan/partial posting, may I humbly put forward the following audio clips as examples of 'harmony' in the present -

http://rosenzweig.databasecreations.co.uk/audio_clips

this one you have to click on 'play' button

Try tracks 1 and 2 to start with (as well as the others!)

The rest of the piece is at present available on http://www.myspace.com/397664216

this one you have to wait for the player to open....
 

Thanks for the links Michael R. So what, I wonder, are the specific 'tools, technique and methods' (for which this thread title indicates discussion) that apply to this particular harmonic idiom. They seem clearly not to be serialistic; neither are they completely 'atonal' (since a feeling of harmonic movement/cadence presents itself - at least to this listener).

What scale system is employed (for example)?
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« Reply #2 on: June 05, 2009, 02:54:29 pm »

examples of 'harmony' in the present -

http://rosenzweig.databasecreations.co.uk/audio_clips

this one you have to click on 'play' button

The first time I tried the "audio" page it came up blank - it may assist members to know that I had to click on "enable plug-ins" (which I do not normally have enabled) before I saw the - quite long - list of excerpts and was able to play them. (Thank you! I'll post some impressions after listening to them all.)

The rest of the piece is at present available on http://www.myspace.com/397664216

this one you have to wait for the player to open....

Well I waited but all I got was a page saying:

"Invalid Friend ID.
This user has either cancelled their membership, or their [sic] account has been deleted."

Does it work for any one else?
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Paul
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« Reply #3 on: June 05, 2009, 04:54:16 pm »

I too was unable to hear the rest of that piece, receiving only the same message! But I did listen to the excerpts in the first link.
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