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Concert and opera halls: Thirty of the halls are completely new. Concert Halls and Opera Houses: Check copyright status Cite this Title Concert halls and opera houses: Leo Leroy The University of Melbourne Library.
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Physical Description xxii, p. His company designed the acoustics for the United Nations and concert halls at Lincoln Center and Tanglewood and built the first computer-based network under contract from the Defense Department’s Advanced Research Projects Agency. The photographs specially commissioned for this book and architectural drawings all to the same scale together with modern acoustical data on each of the halls provide a rich and unmatched resource on the design of halls for presenting musical performances.
Australian Institute of Music Library. He was an assistant professor at Harvard from until Music, Acoustics, and Architecture. He received a degree in physics conceet mathematics from Cornell College and master’s degree and doctorate in physics and communication engineering from Harvard University.
Pei, Architect, New York – ‘[This book] provides an invaluable reference for the understanding and design of music facilities’.
All opers of music, acoustics, architecture, and travel will enjoy this unique work’. Terminology, Definitions, and Conversion Factors App. None of your libraries hold this item.
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Detailed discussions also appear for balcony, box, stage, and pit designs. We were unable to find this edition in any bookshop we are able to search. Find it at other libraries via WorldCat Limited preview.
Imprint New York, NY: State Library of NSW. Also available in print. La Trobe University Library. Other Form Technical Details Mode of access: This single location in Northern Territory: 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 relief to be guided by someone who is both a scientist and a devoted listener. Finally, the optimal electro-acoustical results are presented for concert halls and opera houses used for today’s repertoires.
Published New York, NY: With technical discussions relegated to appendices, the book can be read with pleasure by anyone interested in musical performance. Music, Acoustics, and Architecture” 2nd edition.
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Describe the connection issue. The University of Sydney. Summary The first question any lover of classical music usually asks an acoustician is, “Which are the best halls in the world?