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  • ISBN 1593860102
  • ISBN13 978-1593860103
  • Language English
  • Author Joseph Schillinger
  • Publisher Clock & Rose Press; Reprint edition (August 1, 2003)
  • Pages 95
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  • Size ePub 1359 kb
  • Size Fb2 1891 kb
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Kaleidophone: New Resourc. has been added to your Cart. Joseph Schillinger (1895-1943) was the legendary innovator, teacher and composer of music who taught many of the most famous names in American music, including George Gershwin, Glenn Miller and Carmine Coppola.

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JOSEPH SCHILLINGER Pee CeCe New Resources of Melody and Harmony PITCH SCALES IN RELATION TO CHORD STRUCTURES An Aid to COMPOSERS - PERFORMERS ARRANGERS - TEACHERS. Our ancestors lived in a limited world. Ours is so great that our mind can hardly absorb what our eye can see thru a modem telescope. Science expanded the boundaries of the universe.

Joseph Schillinger is an Ukrainian-American composer and music theorist, known as sbj creator.

pitch scales in relation to chord structures; an aid to composers, performers, arrangers, teachers, song-writers, students, conductors, critics .

pitch scales in relation to chord structures; an aid to composers, performers, arrangers, teachers, song-writers, students, conductors, critics and all who work with music. by Joseph Schillinger. Published 1940 by M. Witmark & sons in New York. Musical intervals and scales. S33 K3. The Physical Object. 87 p. Number of pages.

Schillinger, Joseph, 1895-1943: Kaleidophone : new resources of melody and harmony : pitch scales in relation to chord structures : an aid to composers, performers, arrangers, teachers, song-writers, students, conductors, critics, and all who work with music, (New York.

Schillinger, Joseph, 1895-1943: Kaleidophone : new resources of melody and harmony : pitch scales in relation to chord structures : an aid to composers, performers, arrangers, teachers, song-writers, students, conductors, critics, and all who work with music, (New York : M. Witmark, 1940. ), also by Lyle Dowling (page images at HathiTrust). Schillinger, Joseph, 1895-1943: The mathematical basis of the arts. New York, Philosophical Library, ) (page images at HathiTrust).

Joseph Schillinger Papers. Instrumental Forms of Melody and Harmony. Pitch Scales in Relation to Chord Structures, 1940 Theory of Composition and Orchestration, undated (Hand manuscript, incomplete. Materials on Computing Periodic Sets, undated (Hand manuscript. The Problem of Musical Education, undated (Typescript.

Schillinger J. Kaleidophone: New Resources of Melody and Harmony: Pitch Scales in Relation to Chord Structures. Massachusetts, Clock & Rose Press, 2003, 95 p. Schillinger J. The Mathematical Basis of the Arts. Da Capo Press Music Reprint Series, 1976, 696 . . Da Capo Press Music Reprint Series, 1976, 696 p. The Schillinger System of Musical Composition: In 2 vol. Vol. 26, № 3/4, June/August 2007, pp. 289–310.

Most musicians already use permutations by other names; chord inversions are vertical permutations of the notes of a chord, and modes are horizontal permutations of the notes of a scale. The system was often taught over a five year period, so there's a lot of material in it.