David Cope - Virtual Bach: Experiments in Musical Intelligence mp3 downloadPerformer: David Cope
Title: Virtual Bach: Experiments in Musical Intelligence
Location: Music Center Recital Hall, University Of California, Santa Cruz, CA
Released: November 25, 2003
Date of recording: March 31, 2001
Size MP3 version: 1612 mb
Size FLAC version: 1299 mb
Size WMA version: 1600 mb
Format: MPC APE DMF DXD ASF DTS
Genre: Avant Garde
David Cope - Virtual Bach: Experiments in Musical Intelligence mp3 download
David Cope used his Experiments in Musical Intelligence program to compose Zodiac, twelve short works for string orchestra in the style of Vivaldi
Virtual Bach: Experiments in Musical Intelligence.
Experiments in Musical Intelligence is an analysis program that uses its output to compose new examples of music in the style of the music in its database without replicating any of those pieces exactly. Tech Closeup: Music Professor David Cope. The program would analyze music Cope had entered enter into EMI’s database, and that input would be used to direct the composition of new works in the same style. These formed the album Bach by Design. Producing the album was the easy part; getting it released was the hard part. I spent almost a year trying to get an actual record company to produce the music.
The first, called "Bach by Design," includes 5 Bach inventions, a Bach fugue and chorale, a Mozart Sonata and overture, a Chopin Mazurka, a Brahms Intermezzo, a Joplin Rag, a Bartók "mikrokosmos", a Prokofiev sonata and a work in the style of its creator, David Cope. All works are performed by the program via a Yamaha Disklavier. The fourth CD, called "Virtual Bach," contains a keyboard concerto, cello suite, and a concerto grosso in the style of Bach. To read about Experiments in Musical Intelligence go to the Experiments in Musical Intelligence page. To purchase and/or listen to Experiments in Musical Intelligence music go to the Spectrum Press page. About Computers and Musical Style
Invention (After Bach) Complete. Sonata Movement (After Beethoven) Complete. Mazurka (After Chopin) Complete.
Experiments in Musical Intelligence. Techniques of the Contemporary Composer. New York City: Schirmer Books. New Directions in Music, 7th ed. Prospect Heights, Illinois: Waveland Press. Computer Modeling of Musical Intelligence in Experiments in Musical Intelligence. Computer Music Journal 16,2 (Summer): 69–83. Electronic Musician, 9:5 (May): 80–85. Mimesis du style et de la structure musicale.
EMI is the acronym of Experiments in Music Intelligence, an interactive system developed by David Cope for composing automated music. Documents Similar To David Cope - Experiments in Music Intelligence (Emi). Cellular Automata in Generative Electronic Music and Sonic Art. Uploaded by. Agence Audiospheric. Six Techniques for Algorithmic Music Composition. sickoat.
ロフィール: American composer and music software developer, born in San Francisco, California on May 17, 1941. Cope teaches at various international universities, his compositions include 13 symphonies, 10 string quartets, and 9 piano sonatas. リエーション: すべてを閲覧中 David Cope. Virtual Mozart (Experiments In Musical Intelligence) (CD). David Cope and Experiments In Musical Intelligence - Invention (After Bach) (File, MP3, 160). Not On Label (David Cope Self-released).
David Cope, the developer of EMI (Experimental Musical Intelligence), is one of the most important contributors to artifically composed music. Throughout his career, David created EMI (Experiments in Music Intelligence), published a number of books, journal articles and released a series of records with artificially composed songs. In this short article, I wish to highlight his work, introduce you to his work and life journey, explain the EMI project, showcase a few songs and provide a summary of his publications.
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|Bach Concerto, for keyboard, cello & orchestra|
|1||I. David Cope||David Cope||8:05|
|2||II. David Cope||David Cope||5:57|
|3||III. David Cope||David Cope||8:10|
|Suite for Violoncello (after Bach)|
|4||I. Prelude David Cope||David Cope||3:48|
|5||II. Allemande David Cope||David Cope||2:57|
|6||III. Courante David Cope||David Cope||2:27|
|7||IV. Sarabande David Cope||David Cope||4:45|
|8||V. Gavotte David Cope||David Cope||2:15|
|9||VI. Gavotte David Cope||David Cope||3:22|
|10||VII. Gigue David Cope||David Cope||2:38|
|Brandenburg Concerto (after Bach)|
|11||I. David Cope||David Cope||8:29|
|12||II. David Cope||David Cope||5:41|
|13||III. David Cope||David Cope||5:09|
CreditsAmy Brodo - Cello
Linda Burman-Hall - Keyboards
Meredith Capraro - Digital Editing, Mastering
David Cope - Composer, Cover Image, Liner Notes, Primary Artist
David H. Cope - Cover Image, Liner Notes
Anthony Martin - Violin
Leta E. Miller - Flute
Nicole Paiement - Conductor
Santa Cruz Baroque Festival Orchestra - Orchestra
Gregory K. Squires - Engineer, Producer