Baracskai, Zlatko (2011)
Ph.D. thesis, University of Birmingham.
This is a portfolio of ten compositions composed at the Electroacoustic Music Studios at the University of Birmingham, Audio Research Lab at the Birmingham City University and my home studio during the period October 2007 – September 2010. The commentary comprises a set of philosophical considerations about my compositions and intent for creation. Further chapters are dedicated to compositional techniques, related traditions and piece specific documentation. A recent CD release from ‘diobel kiado’ publishing house is attached which contains two of the presented compositions. The rest of the presented compositions are to be found on the attached DVD, along with a range of programs coded to support composition is briefly discussed in the Appendix. All the expressed views are personal convictions; my music serves no other purpose than to reflect onto one observing it. The attached software is free to use and distribute provided it is appropriately referenced.
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