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(side 3-6)
av Stan Hawkins
(side 7-22)
av Gisela Attinger
The repertory of liturgical chant of the medieval archbishopric of Nidaros included an exceptionally large number of sequences, a fact that has been addressed by several scholars already. Another relatively ...
(side 23-33)
av Håvard Skaadel
Mozart’s ninth piano concerto K271 is a key work to the Classical way of writing piano concertos. It leans on Johann Christian Bach but the dimensions are greater, permitting ...
(side 36-54)
av Øyvind Aase
This essay aims to find esthetic correspondences between technological and musical functions in connection with sound recording, to facilitate a fully artistic practice in the recording studio. Focus is laid ...
(side 55-71)
av Anne Danielsen
The article concerns the question of canon formation in popular music, with a special focus on the filtering processes through which some artists, bands and songs are included in the ...
(side 73-86)
av Lars Jørun Langøien
Theories on music, and especially theories on improvisation, might be helpful in the understanding and planning of multi-disciplined team work. The improvised interplay between the musicians in a jazz ...
(side 87-104)
av Harald Rise
This article compares and discusses stylistic characteristica in the organ works by Max Reger and Sigfrid Karg-Elert. Despite their common background, they seem to represent two very different composing ...
(side 105-124)
av Kyrre Tromm Lindvig
This article attempts to analyze the widely successful TV-series Lost in special relation to the overwhelming materiality of its musical score, as well as situating it within a post ...
(side 126-138)
av Reidar Bakke
Brahms and Grieg met several times, Brahms and Sibelius only had a short meeting, and Grieg and Sibelius did not meet at all. What did the three composers think about ...
(side 140-167)
av Erling E. Guldbrandsen
This is a study in musical performativity, taking up the challenge from recent studies in musicology (and in related fields of theatre, art, and cultural studies). The author claims that ...
(side 169-190)
av Carl Haakon Waadeland
A major focus of the present investigation is to apply a combination of movement studies and attack point detection in order to achieve analytical insight into different drummers’ performances of ...
(side 192-200)
av Asbjørn Ø. Eriksen
Edvard Grieg’s well-known «Springdans» from the fourth book of Lyric Pieces, Op. 47, exists in no less than six different versions, of which the first, entitled «Vandreslått» [Hiking Tune ...
(side 202-208)
av Sigbjørn Apeland og Odd Skårberg
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