The Study Of Orchestration (Third Edition) __FULL__
The third edition of the high successful orchestration text follows the approach established in its innovative predecessor: Learning orchestration is best achieved through familiarity with the orchestral literature; this familiarity is most effectively accomplished from the music notation in combination with the recorded sound. To this end, this set of compact discs has been created especially for this revised edition, comprising every music example from the literature reproduced in the book, professionally recorded. Compact disc technology allowed the teacher or the student to zero in on the exact example or excerpt under discussion at any given moment. System requirements: Windows 95,98, 2000, ME, NT i XP Macintosh System 8.1 o posterior
The Study of Orchestration (Third Edition)
One of the greatest examples of this kind of exercise, is from Maurice Ravel. He took a series of compositions, called Pictures at an Exhibition, by Modest Mussorgsky, and he orchestrated them. The orchestration is outstanding, and the pieces are relatively short, self-contained compositional worlds. This means that you should study them. One of the hidden gems in this suite, is Promenade. Because Modest Mussorgksy basically took the same material and recomposed it several times throughout the suite, you can get a glimpse into creating contrast with both harmonic, melodic, and orchestrational means.
Portable and interactive technologies are changing the nature of collaborative learning practices and open up new possibilities for Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL). Now, activities occurring in and beyond the classroom can be combined and integrated leading to a new type of complex collaborative blended learning scenarios. However, to organize and structure these scenarios is challenging and represent a workload for practitioners, which hinder the adoption of these technology-enhanced practices. As an approach to alleviate this workload, this paper proposes a proof of concept of a technological solution to overcome the limitations detected in an analysis of an actual collaborative blended learning experiment carried out in a previous study. The solution consists on a Unit of Learning suitable to be instantiated with IMS Learning Design and complemented by a Generic Service Integration system. This chapter also discusses to which extent the proposed solution covers the limitations detected in the previous study and how useful could be for reducing the orchestration effort in future experiences. 041b061a72