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Concert halls and opera houses: Equations, Technical Data, and Sound Absorption. Check copyright status Cite this Title Concert halls and opera houses: 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.
Other links Available on campus and off-campus with authorized logon at http: Leo Beranek is an internationally recognized authority in acoustics who has consulted on the design of dozens of important auditoriums around the World. University of Wollongong Library. Concert Halls and Opera Houses: Skip to content Skip to search.
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With technical discussions relegated to appendices, the book can be housez with pleasure by anyone interested in musical performance. Leo LeroyConcert and opera halls. Modern Techniques and Tools for Be the first to add this to a list. B39 Book; Illustrated English Show 0 more libraries 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 hal,s a devoted listener.
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He huoses on October 10, at the age of Music and Acoustics Ch. Public Private login e. Open to the public R N Bob McCarthy Limited preview – Music, Acoustics, and Architecture” 2nd edition.
The dialog re-enacted above bears a close resemblance to another illustration that typically troubles music lovers. This single location in Northern Territory: Borchardt Library, Melbourne Bundoora Campus.
Imprint New York, NY: Australian Institute of Music. Buildings — Design and construction. Open to the public Book; Illustrated English Show 0 more libraries Selected pages Title Page. Account Options Sign in.
Although the remainder appeared in earlier books by the author, the materials have been updated wherever necessary. Acoustical Society of America, Found at these bookshops Searching – please wait Bibliography Includes bibliographical references p.
Following the first haalls, 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.
Other Form Technical Details Mode of access: Summary The first question any lover of classical music usually asks nad acoustician is, “Which are the best halls in the world? The descriptions and photographs will serve as a valuable guide for today’s peripatetic performers and music lovers.