College of Arts Humanities and Social Sciences, Lamont School of Music, Musicology and Ethnomusicology
Electronic music, Notation, Music history
This annotated bibliography is meant for you – the person who wishes to learn more about electronic music and its roots. I argue that electronic music is a legitimate form of music, and despite films depicting machines and robots as cold and lifeless they have the potential to be humanistic and wonderfully expressive. Perhaps one day, sooner than later, electronic instruments will be quintessential for orchestras in the near future. Until that day these series of sources are critical in informing electronic music enthusiasts the history behind electronic music and synthetic sound.
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University of Denver, "The Developmental Influence of Both Musical Notation and Wind Instruments on Electronic Music and Music Software" (2022). Musicology and Ethnomusicology: Student Scholarship. 137.