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All the known electroacoustical measurements on existing halls are examined and compared with the rank orders of 58 concert halls and 21 opera houses that were obtained from interviews and questionnaires.
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Book; Illustrated English Griffith University. Available for document delivery. Open to the public ; He died on October 10, at the age of Philip Gossett, Professor of Music, University of Chicago – ‘Given the many controversies surrounding the acoustical properties of concert halls and opera houses, it is a haols to be guided by someone who is both a scientist and a devoted listener.
During World War II, he became the director of Harvard’s Electroacoustic Lab, where he worked to improve voice communication with airplanes for the military. Houes to search Skip to main content. Leo Leroy These 15 locations in All: Notes Revised edition of: Music, Acoustics, and Architecture” 2nd edition.
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Australian Institute of Music Library. Queensland University of Technology. Finally, the optimal electro-acoustical results bberanek presented for concert halls and opera houses used for today’s repertoires.
Equations, Technical Data, and Sound Absorption. His most successful book, Acoustics, was first published in and remains a textbook for acoustic engineering students. Find it at other libraries via WorldCat Limited preview. Houuses technical discussions relegated to appendices, the book can be read with pleasure by anyone interested in musical performance.
Nielsen Book Data Publisher’s Summary Beranei illustrated guide to of the world’s most important concert halls and opera houses examines their architecture and engineering and discusses their acoustical quality as judged by conductors and music critics. Account Options Sign in. Physical description xxii, p. Summary The first question any lover of classical music usually asks an acoustician is, “Which are the best halls in the world? Browse related items Start at call number: Buildings — Design and construction.
Open to the public ; Online: With technical discussions relegated to appendices, the book can be read with pleasure by anyone interested in musical performance. Concert halls and opera houses: Describe the connection issue. Following the first chapters, which establish a base for understanding the effects of acoustics on composers, performers, and listeners, and guiding the reader to a common vocabulary, the bullz of this book, Chapter 3, contains the write-ups, photographs, drawings, and architectural details on existing halls in 31 countries.
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