The same song displays the LSX’s well-judged tonality.
This tonality is what earned SOUL its reputation in the audio industry.
However, as his harmonies and melodies became more complex, tonality became of lesser importance.
“I want music to move me,” he says, “and I don’t think it can do that without at least a link to tonality.
Tonality, in music, principle of organizing musical compositions around a central note, the tonic.
In such a seminal work as the chamber cantata Pierrot Lunaire (1912), tonality has been put aside.
But he added, “If the tonality is true you wouldn’t want to have too many conversations like that.”
The ‘bar’s tonality is natural and neutral, and the integration of the frequency range is smooth too.
His early works are blonde and green in tonality, however, in contrast to the silvery tonality of Corot’s work.
By the time of the German composer Richard Wagner, the sense of tonality as the unifying musical force showed definite signs of disintegration.
But by 1912 Schoenberg began actively to question tonality as a musical inevitability and to accept the broader implications of Wagner’s style.
At the same time, Wandelweiser’s ghost tonality never achieves stability; it will frustrate those who expect one chord to lead logically to another.
In such a system, unlike tonality, no notes would predominate as focal points, nor would any hierarchy of importance be assigned to the individual tones.
In the Renaissance, polyphony (combining several simultaneous voice parts) and the early precursors of modern tonality (organization of music around a focal tone) were developed.
An opponent of the 12-tone school of composer Arnold Schoenberg, Hindemith formulated the principles of a harmonic system that was based on an enlargement of traditional tonality.
In Western tonality, intervals are measured by their relationship to the diatonic scales in the major-minor system, by counting the lines and spaces between the given notes (always upward from the lower note).
Possibly the most successful attempt to regenerate Beethovenian procedures without the total abandonment of functional tonality is represented by the string quartets and certain other instrumental compositions of Bartók.
The larger organizational system embracing keys, key relationships, chord relationships, and harmonic goals was called tonality, or the major-minor system of tonality, because the keys were built on major and minor scales.
African influences are apparent in the blues tonality, the call-and-response pattern of the repeated refrain structure of the blues stanza, the falsetto break in the vocal style, and the imitation of vocal idioms by instruments, especially the guitar and harmonica.
One of the most idiosyncratic electronic producers of recent years, the Canadian sound artist creates subtle drone pieces that fuse baroque atmospherics with the warm, idiosyncratic and sometimes unpredictable tonality of old analogue synths in combination with live instrumentation.
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