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Abstract The Triadic Chromatic Approach (TCA) is a melodic improvisation technique, created by the saxophonist and jazz educator George Garzone. With the TCA, successive triads are connected by a semitone and must have different inversions. The resulting lines mysteriously resolve to any...
There is a palpable sense of irritation among some music scholars with current affect theory and its relation to music. “Musicking attracts affect theorists like moths to a candle,” Gary Tomlinson notes disdainfully in a recent essay.1 Roger Matthew Grant, in his handsome and thought-provoking...
The introduction of Victoria Malawey’s A Blaze of Light in Every Word: Analyzing the Popular Singing Voice repeatedly points toward the seemingly uncontainable nature of the human voice. The parameters of its anatomical production and acoustic qualities vex attempts at enumeration. Their...
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