Temporal Process, Repetition, and Voice in Bjork's

Temporal Process, Repetition, and Voice in Bjork's "Medúlla"

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BjAprk GuAdmundsdA³ttir's 2004 album, MedAolla, is remarkable: it originates primarily from human voices, follows her long-standing tradition of collaborative work, and responds to particular events of the three years preceding the album's release. Musically, MedAolla invites an inquiry into the nature of musical events in time, repetition and return, strategic change over the course of entire songs, music-text relations, and vocality.... as that which occurs when aquot;a part of the metrical structure . . . has been deleted from an otherwise regular metrical structure. ... Compare the motivic parallels between the first and second verses in the paradigmatic diagram in example 41. ... both aquot;a progression lending an activating influence of increasing urgencyaquot; (383 ) and a aquot;climactic metric progressionaquot; (390). ... els me and plac - e a ske-le-to n of hypermete f. mf r: 1 2 3 4 a€c ilj zi nv 3 0, 1. fa€”l i a€” i a€” = a€” 9 , 1 Contraction in aquot;Who Is Itaquot;

Title:Temporal Process, Repetition, and Voice in Bjork's "Medúlla"
Author: Victoria Malawey
Publisher:ProQuest - 2007

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