A Comparative Study of Josef Schillinger’s Approach to Musical Composition and of the Traditional Academic Approach by Rudolf Schramm When a new book on the subject of harmony, counterpoint, fugue, melody writing, musical form or orchestration appears in print, it is proper to make a comparative analysis.
A question was posed during one of our Wednesday evening Speaking Schillinger Lectures, that had us all in a buzz. At first what seemed like an innocent remark caused a bit of a controversy. Would the state of music composition and education be any different had Schillinger
There are many strategies in musical composition that will give you choices you would not find in traditional music theory. These choices come from the logical choices of possibilities. we will explore a few here. 1. Permutations of notes in a scale B.B. King said
5 Steps to Write Music Quickly From Concept to Conception Many blogs that will tell you how to set up your studio for organization and time efficiency. I will give you the 5 steps that will get you to the final product fast. These five