Mimesis, Memory, and Borrowed Materials: A Portfolio of Compositions. / Bunce, Guy.

2013.

Research output: ThesisDoctoral Thesis

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Mimesis, Memory, and Borrowed Materials: A Portfolio of Compositions. / Bunce, Guy.

2013.

Research output: ThesisDoctoral Thesis

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Bunce, G 2013, 'Mimesis, Memory, and Borrowed Materials: A Portfolio of Compositions', Ph.D., Royal Holloway, University of London.

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title = "Mimesis, Memory, and Borrowed Materials: A Portfolio of Compositions",
abstract = "This thesis consists of a portfolio of nine musical compositions with accompanying recordings and commentary. The works included range from solo chamber music to large ensemble and explore the notions of mimesis, memory, and borrowed materials in musical composition. The commentary begins by providing a framework and historical context to the portfolio and in particular explores mimesis as an {\ae}sthetic device across the centuries and art forms. Music for amateurs and multiple tempi are then presented as two sub facets within the main research before a detailed exploration of the various source materials ensues. The commentary examines different approaches taken to an eclectic mix of source materials including popular music, hymns and plainchant, and music from the classical canon. Questions raised by writing music with multiple tempi or for amateurs are addressed before a general conclusion examining approaches to melody, harmony, rhythm, and form, across the portfolio.",
author = "Guy Bunce",
year = "2013",
language = "English",
school = "Royal Holloway, University of London",

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AB - This thesis consists of a portfolio of nine musical compositions with accompanying recordings and commentary. The works included range from solo chamber music to large ensemble and explore the notions of mimesis, memory, and borrowed materials in musical composition. The commentary begins by providing a framework and historical context to the portfolio and in particular explores mimesis as an æsthetic device across the centuries and art forms. Music for amateurs and multiple tempi are then presented as two sub facets within the main research before a detailed exploration of the various source materials ensues. The commentary examines different approaches taken to an eclectic mix of source materials including popular music, hymns and plainchant, and music from the classical canon. Questions raised by writing music with multiple tempi or for amateurs are addressed before a general conclusion examining approaches to melody, harmony, rhythm, and form, across the portfolio.

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