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    Haugenbok.no Fagbøker Estetiske fag Musikk "East of noise"

    "East of noise"

    "East of noise"

    "East of noise" (Eivind Groven, composer, ethnomusicologist, researcher)

    Levering 2-6 dager

    439,-

    ISBN:

    9788232102617

    Forlag:

    Akademika

    Trykkeår:

    2013

    Utgitt:

    2013

    Utgave:

    1

    Sider:

    410

    Vekt:

    1100 gr

    Alder:

    Voksen

    "East of noise"
    Akademika
    9788232102617

    Forlagets omtale:

    The Norwegian composer, musicologist, and folk musician Eivind Groven (1901- 1977) is increasingly recognized as an important contributor to the music scene from the 1920's onwards. His work on the just intonation problematics has inspired further studies of composition and acoustics, with LES MER practical benefits for jazz, folk, and classical musicians. Groven's efforts in the transmission and transcription of folk music have evoked renewed interest among generations of young performers. As a collector, musician, radio broadcaster, acoustician, musicologist, and composer, he has entered the ranks of pioneers in Norway. Path-breaking is arduous, but due to the steadfastness of his vision and humility towards the legacy he inherited, he succeeded in many areas and attracted the respect of renowned people such as Albert Schweitzer, Alois Hába and Arne Nordheim. LES MINDRE Forlagets omtale The Norwegian composer, musicologist, and folk musician Eivind Groven (1901- 1977) is increasingly recognized as an important contributor to the music scene from the 1920's onwards. His work on the just intonation problematics has inspired further studies of composition and acoustics, with practical benefits for jazz, folk, and classical musicians. Groven's efforts in the transmission and transcription of folk music have evoked renewed interest among generations of young performers. As a collector, musician, radio broadcaster, acoustician, musicologist, and composer, he has entered the ranks of pioneers in Norway. Path-breaking is arduous, but due to the steadfastness of his vision and humility towards the legacy he inherited, he succeeded in many areas and attracted the respect of renowned people such as Albert Schweitzer, Alois Hába and Arne Nordheim.