The Practical Analysis in the Theory and Technology of Serial Music Composition

Shenghao ZHANG

Abstract


With the rapid development of social economy, people’s material life has been met. Meanwhile, the vision gradually transferred to the spiritual needs. The music is regarded as a way to relax and the serial music has been seen to have relatively large influence on music creation. Based on the a brief overview of the serial music and discusses the relevant basic principles, this paper takes PICK LOTUS IN THE RIVER for example and analyzes the practical effect of serial music, including the sequence types and structure , the common sequence method and melody writing.


Keywords


Serial music; Music creation; Music type

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References


Peng, Z. M. (2003). The urgent task for the construction of discipline—on the occasion of the publication of modern music composition theory series. Huang Zhong (Journal of Wuhan Conservatory of Music), (04), 55-56.

Shi, Z. W. (2006). Twelve tone composition and its application in practical writing. Music exploration (Journal of Sichuan Conservatory of Music), (S1), 31-32.




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/n

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