ABSTRACT. Davis contends that at the point of ratings diversion, musical content becomes more complex with fast tempo, repetitive choral accompaniment figures, loud dynamics, and incrementally more complicated text placement where canon form is used. Burrows claims that Handel's Chapel Royal music deserves its place of canonic honor in the creative landscape of English church music. Kasparian affirms that music with a sacred text has an independent secular aesthetic identity because of its significance as music. Pérez et al. focus on the challenges of composing a choral piece, Díamair, using various aspects of an Integral Music Controller (IMC) and the influence the interface has on the composition process.

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