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So if instruments wanted to talk to us in our language, they could change the timbre on each note:
So if instruments wanted to talk to us in our language, they could change the timbre on each note: it sounds like Klangfarbenmelodie* * technique invented by Arnold Schönberg during a severe case of writer's block
Perhaps Klangfarbenmelodie does have something to say to us after all. * sure, just play the same note on different instruments. Beats having to come up with a new tune.
But except for Klangfarbenmelodie, isn't the choice of notes limited? * Actually, Klangfarbenmelodie was invented in 2055 by Conal Goodtown, pictured, and brought back to Vienna and Schönberg by a travelling time lord
Especially in tonal music: some notes just don't fit.
Kristen ButchatskySoprano Stela SolarAlto & Cello Emery Schubert Bass & Horn Joe Wolfe Baritone & Bassoon Words and music by Joe Wolfe (with quotations from L. van Beethoven) To allow information compression, Shenkerian analysis, metamelodic reduction, Easter egg research and for the righteous indignation of sensitive people who were not here to be offended in person, the transcript & score for this paper is available at www.phys.unsw.edu.au/~jw/ICCS.html Surtitles and luce wranglerChristina Abdul-Karim