The avant-garde movement in music during the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s led to extensive experimentation with new sound possibilities. Some composers sought to expand the sound palette of conventional instruments. With its unique design and ability for infinite adjustment of pitch, the trombone is ideal for such experimentation. The term qextended techniquesq is used to describe the resultant non-conventional methods of sound production. While much has been written concerning extended techniques on the trombone, previous publications fall short of filling the need for an extensive reference providing detailed and accurate information regarding works with extended techniques. Such works allow the expressive capabilities of the trombone to be more fully utilized in performance.This notation typically is designed to aid performance by making the score less visually cluttered. Tape Notation: where the composer uses graphical notation to reflect all or part of the sound contents of a tape accompaniment. Irrational Meters :anbsp;...
|Title||:||Timbral Diversity: An Annotated Bibliography of Selected Solo Works for the Tenor Trombone Containing Extended Techniques|
|Author||:||James Max Adams|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|