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Some music was written for very reverberant environments such as large stone churches, and should be heard that way.
In-text: (Artsites.ucsc.edu, 2017)
Your Bibliography: Artsites.ucsc.edu. (2017). Acoustics For Music. [online] Available at: http://artsites.ucsc.edu/ems/music/tech_background/TE-02/teces_02.html.
In-text: (Carr, Foss and Thomas, 2017)
Your Bibliography: Carr, B., Foss, L. and Thomas, J. (2017). Musical Performance. In: Encyclopaedia Britannica.
What makes Vienna's Musikverein universally acclaimed and London’s Royal Festival Hall (almost) universally… well, not?
In-text: (ClassicFM, 2016)
Your Bibliography: ClassicFM (2016). What makes the perfect acoustic, according to science?. [online] Classic FM. Available at: http://www.classicfm.com/discover-music/latest/perfect-acoustic-concert-hall-science/.
In-text: (ClassicFM, 2017)
Your Bibliography: ClassicFM (2017). Renaissance. [online] ClassicFM. Available at: http://www.classicfm.com/discover-music/periods-genres/renaissance/.
...arranged that they duplicate the acoustic properties of the sort of room where the music would have been performed in the composer's day.
In-text: (Davies, 2003)
Your Bibliography: Davies, S. (2003). Themes in the Philosophy of Music. New York: Oxford University Press.
Larger halls required ensembles acoustically suited to the expanded performing areas. The primary result of this development was the symphony orchestra with its multiple stringed, wind, brass, and percussion instruments.
In-text: (Encyclopedia Britannica, 2018)
Your Bibliography: Encyclopedia Britannica. (2018). Musical performance. [online] Available at: https://www.britannica.com/art/musical-performance#ref64479.
In-text: (Feld, 2017)
Your Bibliography: Feld, M. (2017). Summary of western classical music history. [online] columbia.edu. Available at: http://www.columbia.edu/itc/music/ito/history/.
In-text: (Gascoigne, n.d.)
Your Bibliography: Gascoigne, B. (n.d.). History of Opera. [online] History World. Available at: http://www.historyworld.net/wrldhis/PlainTextHistories.asp?historyid=ab36.
Indeed, composers appear frequently to have conceived their works with a particular musical location in mind.
In-text: (Harer, 1995)
Your Bibliography: Harer, I. (1995). Musical Venues in Vienna, Seventeenth Century to the Present. Performance Practise Review, [online] 8(1). Available at: http://scholarship.claremont.edu/ppr/vol8/iss1/8.
In-text: (Logan, 2017)
Your Bibliography: Logan, K. (2017). Continuing Education: Acoustics. [Blog] Architectural Record. Available at: https://www.architecturalrecord.com/articles/13123-continuing-education-acoustics [Accessed 26 Dec. 2017].
...architects who designed concert halls with good acoustics have done so blindly... Fogg Art Museum’s lecture hall... Wallace Sabine is thus viewed as the father of modern architectural acoustics.
In-text: (Nebraska Acoustics Group, 2017)
Your Bibliography: Nebraska Acoustics Group (2017). History. [online] concerthalls.org. Available at: http://www.concerthalls.org/?page_id=11.
In-text: (Panagiotopoulos, 2015)
Your Bibliography: Panagiotopoulos, V. (2015). The History (and Future) of Live Music – How We Get To Next. [online] How We Get To Next. Available at: https://howwegettonext.com/the-history-and-future-of-live-music-147ecde437b7.
In-text: (Service, 2015)
Your Bibliography: Service, T. (2015). New concert halls - the good, the bad, and the rumours. [online] The Guardian. Available at: https://www.theguardian.com/music/tomserviceblog/2015/feb/06/new-concert-hall-jonathan-nott-simon-rattle.
In-text: (Victoria and Albert Museum, 2017)
Your Bibliography: Victoria and Albert Museum (2017). Musical performance from the 1670s to the present day. [online] Victoria and Albert Museum. Available at: http://www.vam.ac.uk/content/articles/m/musical-performance-from-the-1670s-to-the-present-day/.
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