Idiomatic composition practices for new musical instruments: context, background and current applications

@inproceedings{Vasquez2017IdiomaticCP,
  title={Idiomatic composition practices for new musical instruments: context, background and current applications},
  author={Juan. C. Vasquez and Koray Tahiroglu and Johan Kildal},
  booktitle={NIME},
  year={2017}
}
One of the reasons of why some musical instruments more successfully continue their evolution and actively take part in the history of music is partially attributed to the existing compositions made specifically for them, pieces that remain and are still played over a long period of time. This is something we know, performing these compositions keeps the characteristics of the instruments alive and able to survive. This paper presents our contribution to this discussion with a context and… CONTINUE READING
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