Masterclass on the topic "Syntethic Scales in the Twentieth century
Music: composition and analytical techniques"
of the concept of syntethic scale: Chopin, Liszt, Glinka, Fétis. The whole
tone scale before and after Debussy.
The Russian school: Rimskij Korsakov, Skrjabin, Stravinskij.
The Ukrainian school at the beginning of 20th century: Roslavec e Golišev.
The total harmony of Obuhov.
and theorical aspects of the use of symmetrical scales in Russia: Cerepnin
e Cholopov. Javorskij's and Protopopov's dual modality
Pioneers in the theorical research in Italy: Busoni, Alaleona, Frazzi.
use of octatonic space in early 20th century music: Ravel, Bartok, Scott,
Walton, Pijper. Synthetic scales in jazz, music for motion picture and
musical scales (slendro, pelog, ecc.) in Western music. Scales in microtonal
music: Haba and Višnegradskij.
Various systems of multiple division of the octave.
limited transposition modes. Aspects of theorical research in France:
Costčre, Riotte, Mesnage.
Hauer's trope theory and its success in German-speaking countries: Kayser, Wolpert, Simbriger.
The trope theory in relation to Schönberg's and Stravinskij's work.
From Eastern Europe to America: Sillinger and Slonimskij. The American serial
school: Babbit, Gerhard, Rochberg, Perle.
of "set-analysis" in America: Hanson. Various aspects of 'set-analysis':
Martino, Lewin, Forte.
more advanced research and the computer tools:
Howe, Mazzola, Mead, Morris, Rahn, Starr.