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Mixed music

Mixed music is a term which describes music combining electronic music.[2] While this term could be applied to many genres, the term mixed music generally refers to contemporary classical music repertoire and is therefore distinct from live electronic music.

The term Mixed music is probably a calque of the French musique mixte which connotes the same material and stylistic implications.[3]

Contents

  • History 1
    • Significant early works 1.1
  • Associated institutions & significant works 2
  • Suggested further reading 3
  • References 4

History

Significant early works

Associated institutions & significant works

A number of institutions have been key in the evolution of technologies pertinent to the creation of mixed music:

Suggested further reading

  • Puckette, Miller The Theory and Technique of Electronic Music, May 23, 2007; World Scientific Publishing Company (978-9812700773)
  • Schaeffer, Pierre In Search of a Concrete Music, January 8, 2013; University of California Press (978-0520265745)

References

  1. ^ Landy, Leigh (2007) Understanding the Art of Sound Organization, pp.154-155.
  2. ^ Collins, Karen; Kapralos, Bill; Tessler, Holly (2014). The Oxford Handbook of Interactive Audio. Oxford University Press. p. 302. 
  3. ^ Lecrenier, Philippe. "Musique mixte, à la frontière des genres". 
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