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THE DYNAMICS OF THE SOUND AND THE MEANS OF OBTAINING A PERSONALISED MUSICAL MARK FOR THE CLASSICAL GUITAR

G. C. Voicescu
Friday 9 November 2018 by Libadmin2018

ABSTRACT

Research conducted so far by the influential representatives of the classical guitar’s development has left its mark in various historical periods with the help of musical works which mirror the evolution of the guitar itself, perfecting the means of musical expressivity, which creates identifiable and personalised musical languages. The blending of all the technical-dynamical nuances of the guitar includes the succession known as the ”fan” on the attacking angles, the choice on the longitudinal movement line of the strings influencing the tone colour, the dynamics and the combining, receptive-perceptive effect of the ear which analyses the auditory sensation, transforming it into auditory impression through repeated filters of the imaginative meanings, a chain of integral elements which gives an identifiable musical tone through the component microstructures transformed into a personalised musical ”mark” with a non-repetitive character. The methods and means of obtaining a musical tone consist in the imaginative encrypting of the sound model and of the derived suites, the construction of the mental archetypes coordinated through a sound matrix classified by the non-stereotypical, expressive, multifaceted musical “maps”. Keeping musical identities supposes the harmonisation and preservation of the most significant characteristics of the musical marking. With the essential parameters unchanged, the metrical recognisability can be achieved without further guides in the interior of the bidirectional flow cycle of the reverse affinity process.

Keywords: dynamics, fan, mark, personalized, perceptive


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