Composizione e improvvisazione: dove sta la differenza?

Daniele Goldoni

Abstract


Improvisation is often conceived as making music without reading a score. This interpretation derives from the Western identification of composition with written music. But “improvisation” too is a form of composition – and not just in “real time” – with aims and criteria that differ from those of written music. Today the interest in improvisation is growing –and even changing with respect to the postwar years – in connection with changes in music, sound and social relationships, reflecting new media developments.

Keywords


improvisation; composition; contemporary world

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.13128/Aisthesis-14099



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