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. Bach ’ s Musical Humour Devices in The Short-Tempered Clavier on the Spiral Array Space

@inproceedings{Pd2007B,
  title={. Bach ’ s Musical Humour Devices in The Short-Tempered Clavier on the Spiral Array Space},
  author={Q. Pd},
  year={2007}
}
  • Q. Pd
  • Published 2007
  • We explore the use of the Spiral Array spatial visualization of tonal evolution through time for the visual analysis of P.D.Q. Bach’s The ShortTempered Clavier. In particular, we analyze situations in which we can see some of the humour devices abstracted in an earlier study by David Huron. We conclude that although we can see a good number of Schickele’s humour devices − such as incongruent styles, musically improbable tonality and harmony shifts, and excessive repetition− we do not yet have… CONTINUE READING

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