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Musical Dice Games

Musical Dice Games

by Mozart, Haydn and other great composers


  • Ausgabe: CD-ROM, System requirements: PC 486/100 and higher (Pentium recommended) with 4-speed CD-ROM drive, 16 MB RAM, graphics card 640x480 with 256 colours (800x600 colours recommended), MIDI-compatible s
  • Sprache: englisch
  • Bestell-Nr.: SMS 110
25,99 €  *
inkl. Mwst. und zzgl. Versandkosten Gewicht: 0.12 kg

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Beschreibung
Musical dice games are THE 18th-century parlour games and musicological curiosities as well: By throwing the dice and using certain tabular systems, one may determine bar combinations which sound as if specially composed.

This CD-ROM contains the first multimedia version of such games for the computer:

Throw the dice yourself or let the computer combine the bars for you – the finished piece can be listened to immediately. It can also be printed so that you may, for example, play it on the piano later.
Or save the score with the appropriate MIDI file and send it to your friends by e-mail as a musical greeting. Furthermore, the MIDI Export function enables you to edit your compositions with any sequencer program you like.
In addition, this CD-ROM provides historical background information on the individual dice games and gives you the opportunity of comparing the different styles of the composers.

Due to its graphic presentation, this CD-ROM lends itself to use not only in the field of musicology but also in the field of music teaching and is generally suitable for all lovers of music.
Details
ISBN: 978-3-7957-6080-9
Inhaltstext: C.Ph.E. Bach: Idea of Composing a Six-Bar Double Counterpoint at the Octave Without Knowing the Rules (ca. 1757)
G. Gerlach: The Art of Composing Schottische Without the Least Knowledge of Music (Schottische
Trio) (1830)
J. Haydn: Gioco Filarmonico. Philharmonic Joke or the Art of Composing an Infinite Number of Minuets Without the Least Knowledge of Counterpoint (1790)
J.Ph. Kirnberger: The Ever Ready Composer of Polonaises and Minuets (Polonaise
Minuet
Trio) (1757)
W.A. Mozart: Musical Dice Game. Instructions for composing as many waltzes or ländler as one like without the least knowledge of music or composition (posthum 1793)
Anonymus (probably M. Stadler): Trio (1787)
Kompositionsjahr: 2001
Verlag: Schott Music
Musical dice games are THE 18th-century parlour games and musicological curiosities as well: By throwing the dice and using certain tabular systems, one may determine bar combinations which sound as if specially composed.

This CD-ROM contains the first multimedia version of such games for the computer:

Throw the dice yourself or let the computer combine the bars for you – the finished piece can be listened to immediately. It can also be printed so that you may, for example, play it on the piano later.
Or save the score with the appropriate MIDI file and send it to your friends by e-mail as a musical greeting. Furthermore, the MIDI Export function enables you to edit your compositions with any sequencer program you like.
In addition, this CD-ROM provides historical background information on the individual dice games and gives you the opportunity of comparing the different styles of the composers.

Due to its graphic presentation, this CD-ROM lends itself to use not only in the field of musicology but also in the field of music teaching and is generally suitable for all lovers of music.
ISBN: 978-3-7957-6080-9
Inhaltstext: C.Ph.E. Bach: Idea of Composing a Six-Bar Double Counterpoint at the Octave Without Knowing the Rules (ca. 1757)
G. Gerlach: The Art of Composing Schottische Without the Least Knowledge of Music (Schottische
Trio) (1830)
J. Haydn: Gioco Filarmonico. Philharmonic Joke or the Art of Composing an Infinite Number of Minuets Without the Least Knowledge of Counterpoint (1790)
J.Ph. Kirnberger: The Ever Ready Composer of Polonaises and Minuets (Polonaise
Minuet
Trio) (1757)
W.A. Mozart: Musical Dice Game. Instructions for composing as many waltzes or ländler as one like without the least knowledge of music or composition (posthum 1793)
Anonymus (probably M. Stadler): Trio (1787)
Kompositionsjahr: 2001
Verlag: Schott Music
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