Geste et texture / Homme et machine : Une étude comparative sur la production et la réception de la musique mixte

Abstract : The study of mixed music is characterized by a dualist approach: on the one hand, an analysis that merely focuses on technical means and, on the other hand, research resorting to perceptive strategies in the analysis of electroacoustic music. In order to overcome this traditional dualism, this work sketches a perceptive typology of the interaction between instrumental and electronic components, mixed music works are considered juxtapositionals, synthetics and transformationals. In doing so, the thesis advances an analytical holistic approach in order to combine the concepts of perception and prescription in mixed music, where the notions of gesture and texture are particularly relevant. The definition of a specific objet, i.e. the “mixed sound”, allows for an original interpretation of Denis Smalley’s spectromorphology and its epistemological framework. As a result, the typological perceptive criteria here proposed are based on the functional distribution of the attacks, sustains and decays of “mixed sounds” between the instrumental and the electronic parts. This hypothesis is illustrated through the detailed analysis of five case studies: François-Bernard Mâche’s Sopiana and Aulodie, Philippe Manoury’s Pluton, Marco Stroppa’s Traiettoria and Karlheinz Stockhausen’s Mixtur.
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Eric Maestri. Geste et texture / Homme et machine : Une étude comparative sur la production et la réception de la musique mixte. Musique, musicologie et arts de la scène. Université de Strasbourg; Université de Saint-Etienne 2016. Français. ⟨tel-01644072⟩

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