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ABSTRACT. Tarasti claims that to write a fugue means the principle of Soi in composition (a strictly coded musical technique). According to Mann, in Wagner's language the orchestral comment became the primary agent in conveying dramatic situations and philosophical concepts. Adorno notes that music resembles language in the sense that it is a temporal sequence of articulated sounds which are more than just sounds. Friberg and Battel maintain that variations in timing and dynamics play an essential role in music performance. Drott holds that Ligeti's latest compositions make frequent use of triadic sonorities, albeit placed in unfamiliar contexts.

 

Written by LUMINIŢA POGACEANU
Spiru Haret University
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