Argentine music for flute with the employment of extended techniques : an analysis of selected works by Eduardo Bértola and Marcelo Toledo

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2005-05

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Gariazzo, Mariana Stratta, 1972-

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Extended techniques used in contemporary music for flute refers to particular performance techniques that need to be utilized to produce non-conventional sonorities on the flute. This study provides an examination of the technical development of extended techniques in the flute repertoire by Argentine composers. A supplementary viii anthology of these works has been compiled and included to provide a reference point for further academic research. Furthermore, two pieces were selected from these works to illustrate the technical evolution encompassed by the utilization of new instrumental techniques in the last five decades. An exhaustive analysis of these compositions intends to provide readers and contemporary music performers with valuable ideas that may enrich their capacity to understand the specialized repertoire and to conceive further development and musical application of new instrumental resources.

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