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MTL Project: Spectralism

1. http://www.oxfordwesternmusic.com/view/Volume5/actrade9780195384857-div1-010011.xml
This website will help me with my project because it gives a little bit
of the history of spectralism and certain people who began to create
it.
2. http://www.ic.ucsc.edu/~dej/Ewha
%20Materials/TIMBRE/GRADUATE
%20STUDENTS/Fineberg.Basic.Concepts.Spectralism.pdf
This resource is helpful because it explains what spectral music
actually is and what it consists of. It discusses the basic concepts of
spectralism and several components of the style.
3. http://www.robertwannamaker.com/writings/rwannamaker_north_
american_spectralism.pdf
This resource focuses on one composer of spectral music. It
discusses the composers compositions at length and shows how
they create spectral music.
4. http://www.talkclassical.com/29940-contemporary-musicdiscussion-spectralism.html
This resource is a forum where musicians are discussing
contemporary music. This is helpful to see the perspective of
listeners of all kinds of music.

5. http://www.thecrimson.com/article/2010/11/2/music-soundtimbre-sheldon/
This article deals with how spectralism is connected with the human
mind and how it affects of all of the components of sound.

6. https://www.dur.ac.uk/philosophy/staff/?
mode=pdetail&id=512&pdetail=47590
This article discusses the history of spectralism throughout the late
20th century.
7. http://www.huygens-fokker.org/microtonality.html
This article discusses microtonal music and micro tonal systems.
This is important because spectralism is based on microtones.
8. http://www.anthonycornicello.com/dissertation/Chapter1.pdf
This resource is a dissertation. It focuses on one composer and how
they use spectralist techniques in their composition.
9. http://www.spectralmusic.org/Anamariaavram/Texts.html
This resource is an interview of a spectral music specialist at the
Istanbul International Spectral Music Conference.
10.

http://ro.ecu.edu.au/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?

article=1129&context=theses
This dissertation deals with how spectralism is connected to film
and visual imagery.