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Synesthetic Sound-Color Cross-Modality in Animations [article]

D. Cai, S. Goto, J. P. Wang, N. Asai, N. Nagata, A. Fukumoto, J. Kurumizawa
2011 Eurographics State of the Art Reports  
Synesthetic Color-Sound Synchronization: Fantasia Color Scheme We compared these representative synesthetic colors with those in "Fantasia," a 1940 American animated film produced by Walt Disney.  ...  schemes in animation designs.  ... 
doi:10.2312/eg2011/posters/019-020 fatcat:fn2pmnhxcjfk7gti6fbaudjnwa

Synesthesia and feminism: A case study on Amy Beach (1867-1944)

Jeremy Logan
2015 New Sound  
The colors of her keys will be compared to affects according to color psychology, as well as affects of key signatures.  ...  Her husband pressured her not to perform in public, which affected her emotionally and compositionally.  ...  Too much of it, or the wrong tone in relation to the other tones in a colour scheme, can cause self-esteem to plummet, giving rise to fear and anxiety.  ... 
doi:10.5937/newso1546130l fatcat:5wk4bx57jzhn5dapbjzpcxopxe

Sons et couleurs

Patrick Crispini
2009 Terrain  
Dans Fantasia , sorti en 1940, il tente d’associer les formes animées avec la musique classique.  ...  .), qui installent de nombreuses variantes à ces schèmes fondateurs et étendent le système harmonique à quatre octaves et demie. 7Cicéron (106-43 av. J.  ... 
doi:10.4000/terrain.13768 fatcat:y6enpril5vdytij4ne36oa4tcq

Multisensory Choral Music-Past, Present, and Future Trends

Mark Doerries
in Visual Acoustics.  ...  A report published in the International Journal for Research in Choral Singing indicates singers 40 years or older encompass 80% of American choirs (Bell, 2000).  ...  Wilfred flung upon the screen color-color of an extraordinary gorgeousness and in wild movement…The color did not merely enhance the orchestral effect, but often distracted the attention from it, with  ... 

Musical Semiotics – a Discipline, its History and Theories, Past and Present1

Eero Tarasti
2018 Recherches Sémiotiques / Semiotic Inquiry  
A more proper approach, I believe, lies somewhere in the middle : it ought to configure general semiotic concepts to the special or historical problems of music.  ...  In this essay I give examples from my own work borrowing methodology from the Paris School of Semiotics developed by Greimas and from my own Existential Semiotics model.  ...  Timbre and keys are considered equal to colors. This prompted attempts at charting their correspondences as signs of this type of synesthetic language by Rimsky-Korsakov and Scriabin.  ... 
doi:10.7202/1051395ar fatcat:pajhyqdkbfdwhopzyamxweqtzi


Rivista Dell'associazione, Italiana Colore, Davide Gadia, Giulio Bertagna, Aldo Bottoli, Osvaldo Da Pos, Bepi De, Mario Figini, Davide Gadia, Lia Luzzatto, Veronica Marchiafava, Claudio Oleari (+30 others)
In analisi significa "parlare di ciò che sta avvenendo ora" e rappresenta la transizione dalla fantasia passiva all'immaginazione attiva.  ...  Oslo, Nydalen Station The "Tunnel of Light" is a work of art performed in August 2003: light, music, technology and architecture are shaped together as an integral synesthetic whole and they also dynamically  ...  01/14 | Cultura e Scienza del Colore -Color Culture and Science Il concetto di Hillman riguardo ai colori è che "dal punto di vista culturale non sono qualità secondarie, riconducibili a sensazioni fisiologiche  ... 

Julian Anderson's Symphony

Small, Michael John Sherman,
19 This suggests an almost synesthetic sensitivity to the sounds of nature.  ...  Thunderclap III is harder to relate to this scheme.  ... 
doi:10.7298/x4zk5dn6 fatcat:7myykpl54benrl4avanw7zj5ou

Número Completo

Revista Prometeica
2018 Prometeica  
In contrast to the 18 th -century concept of five senses, I see many more. We are all synesthetic.  ...  Embodiment relations are those in which technologies extend the body scheme and senses, so the "I" and the "technology" experience the world as one whole.  ... 
doi:10.24316/prometeica.v0i17.237 fatcat:4iiecx7ytfa6piak52yhiydk4a

Reframing Anna Ancher: Danish Symbolist, Modernist and Independent Artist [article]

(:Unkn) Unknown, University, My, Therese Dolan
A revered and familiar artist in Denmark, most scholars discuss her paintings in association with the development of the art colony in Skagen, an important site of Denmark's Modern Breakthrough in the  ...  The painter's study in Paris in 1889 and her contacts in cosmopolitan Copenhagen forged an avant-garde network that in many ways referenced, but also resisted, movements from the urban French center.  ...  Her color-scheme parallels Whistler's Blue and Orange: Sweetshop (1884).  ... 
doi:10.34944/dspace/3408 fatcat:2bgeeou4ovekvfzwzwyf7y3azq

Food and Pleasure in Modern American Literature [article]

(:Unkn) Unknown, University, My, Miles Orvell
Food and Pleasure in Modern American Literature is a study of the dynamics of pleasure in literary scenes of food, eating, and hungering in American poetry and novels from the early 20th century to the  ...  From infamous poetic instances of plums and memorialized moveable feasts in the early twentieth century to present-day preoccupations with overdetermined foods and bodies, food scenes in literature help  ...  when only one is being stimulated: for example, Nabokov was famously synesthetic and perceived letters of the alphabet as specific colors; the main character of Monique Truong's Bitter in the Mouth experiences  ... 
doi:10.34944/dspace/2738 fatcat:uo2owew6ivhcles2dx6crmz3p4

El estudio de las transposiciones de la literatura al cine: los aportes que distintas vertientes semióticas efectuaron al campo

María Rosa del Coto
2021 Proceedings of the 14th World Congress of the International Association for Semiotic Studies (IASS/AIS)  
"synesthetic", describe different things, the common particle "syn" is telling.  ...  Brussels in 1958, in a special designed pavilion.  ...  Orchestral colors and timbre valuation, the interrelation between lines and layers, increase textures and could be pointed as strong points in that music.  ... 
doi:10.24308/iass-2019-4-002 fatcat:zflh5wa2lfbnhkv6jf2uhimypa

English Language and Literature

Charles C. Mish, Seymour B. Chatman, Harrison T. Meserole, J. Max Patrick, Robert M. Pierson, Herschel M. Sikes
1958 Publications of the Modern Language Association of America  
“A Volcano’s Voice in Shel- ley.” ELH, xxrv, 191-228. 3467. O'Malley, Glenn E. “Synesthetic Expression in Shelley's Verse.”" DA, xvtt, 634-635 (Princeton). 3468. Parr, Johnstone.  ...  [On moonlight- through-colored-glass passages in Keats, Hardy, Brown- ing, Scott.] 3317. Slack, Robert C. “The Text of Hardy's Jude the Obscure."" NCF, x1, 261-275. 3318. Weber, Carl J.  ... 
doi:10.1632/s003081290017169x fatcat:f74x7y6hwzdevgwkrprrz3e7lm

"NOT REGULARLY MUSICAL": MUSIC IN THE WORK OF VIRGINIA WOOLF "Not Regularly Musical": Music in the Work of Virginia Woolf

Vanessa Manhire, Vanessa Dissertation, Marianne Dekoven
2010 unpublished
in her writings, both fiction and non-fiction.  ...  While the visual arts have long been a focus of inquiry in Woolf criticism, attention has only recently been drawn to the potential influence of music-a fact which is all the more surprising since in her  ...  Combining "hum and animation," "moving" colors, "hush and dimness," "vistas," "voices," and "violins," her description has the synesthetic effect of the music mentioned earlier, using color and sound to  ... 

Literary ludics in 20th century Latin American fiction

Kael Ashbaugh
The language of play holds sway not only over discussions of works in which authors expressly invoke games, but also over writers and texts that are more loosely playful in their use of humor and fantasy  ...  In studying such follies, we learn something both about the moment of innovation in which they occur, and about how play theory can and should ultimately strive to encompass otherwise marginalized expressions  ...  In "Comercio," a group of famas opens a factory and employs numerous cronopios in the manufacture of color hoses. The cronopios proceed to distribute the colorful hoses around the city.  ... 
doi:10.7282/t39p31qr fatcat:tavky2qfvjherbuoarpwgzediq

Translating the Texts of Vocal Music: Ingolf Dahl's Performances of Arnold Schoenberg's Pierrot Lunaire Opus 21 in Los Angeles in the 1940s and 1950s [article]

Isabell Maria Woelfel, University Of Calgary, University Of Calgary, Florentine Strzelczyk, Friedemann Sallis
In 1944, Peter Yates, founder and first organizer of the Los Angeles "Evenings on the Roof" concert series, asked the German émigré composer/conductor Ingolf Dahl to write and conduct a translation of  ...  include correspondence between Schoenberg and Dahl on the latter's translation, texts that outline Dahl's notion of performance and other texts pertaining to the performances of the American Pierrot in  ...  In addition, I wish to thank the other members of my  ... 
doi:10.11575/prism/28516 fatcat:ytaaqnyffjc2tmsce3nagdihra
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