Aural Discourse and Mimetic Discourse

Aural Discourse refers to conventional and familiar structuring and discursive musical attributes such as relationships and patterns of pitches and rhythms. Mimetic Discourse refers to the signifying potential of referential or extrinsic attributes of sound, being particularly pertinent to Electroacoustic Music which uses recorded sound as material. The pairing was proposed by Simon Emmerson, in 'The Relation of Language to Materials' in Emmerson, S., ed. (1986). The Language of Electroacoustic Music (Basingstoke: Macmillan Press), in which he proposes a continuum between the two. The pair is also related to Abstract/Abstracted Syntax.

Aural/Mimetic Discourse

Aural Discourse désigne des structures ou des éléments de discours musicaux familiers et conventionnels tels que des relations et des combinaisons de hauteurs et de rythmes. Mimetic Discourse désigne le potentiel de signification des qualités référentielles ou extrinsèques d'un son. Ce dernier est particulièrement pertinent dans le cas de la musique électroacoustique qui utilise des matériaux à base de sons enregistrés. Ces deux concepts ont été introduits par Simon Emmerson dans The Relation of Language to Materials in Emmerson, S., ed. (1986). De plus, dans The Language of Electroacoustic Music (Basingstoke: Macmillan Press), il propose un continuum entre les deux. Ils sont aussi lié aux concepts de Abstract/Abstracted Discourse.

Discorso uditivo mimetico (Aural Mimetic Discourse)

Il Discorso uditivo indica delle strutture o elementi di discorso musicale famigliari e convenzionali come le relazioni e le combinazioni di altezza e ritmo. Il Discorso mimetico indica invece il potenziale di significazione delle qualità referenziali o estrinseche di un suono. Queste ultime sono particolarmente pertinenti nel caso della musica elettroacustica che utilizza materiali basati su suoni registrati. Questi due concetti sono stati introdotti da Simon Emmerson in The Relation of Language to Materials in Emmerson, S., ed. (1986). Inoltre, in The Language of Electroacoustic Music (Basingstoke: Macmillan Press), Emmerson propone un continuum tra i due. Ad essi sono infine legati i concetti di Discorso astratto/estrapolato.

Auditiver/Mimetischer Diskurs

Aural Discourse refers to conventional and familiar structuring and discursive musical attributes such as relationships and patterns of pitches and rhythms. Mimetic Discourse refers to the signifying potential of referential or extrinsic attributes of sound, being particularly pertinent to Electroacoustic Music which uses recorded sound as material. The pairing was proposed by Simon Emmerson, in 'The Relation of Language to Materials' in Emmerson, S., ed. (1986). The Language of Electroacoustic Music (Basingstoke: Macmillan Press), in which he proposes a continuum between the two. The pair is also related to Abstract/Abstracted Syntax.

Discurso Auditivo/Mimético

El Discurso Auditivo se refiere a los atributos estructuradores y discursivos musicales familiares y convencionales tales como las relaciones y patrones de alturas y ritmos. El Discurso Mimético se refiere al potencial significante de los atributos referenciales o extrínsecos del sonido, y es particularmente pertinente en Música Electroacústica, donde se utilizan sonidos grabados como material. Este par de términos (Discurso Auditivo/Discurso Mimético) fue propuesto por Simon Emmerson en "The Relation of Language to Materials" (Emmerson, S., editor. (1986). The Language of Electroacoustic Music. Basingstoke: Macmillan Press), donde él propone un continuo entre los dos. Esta pareja está relacionada también con los términos Discurso Abstracto/Abstraído.

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