Query : mélodie
- Faury, Mélodie63
- Boxenbaum, Eva4
- Cartel, Mélodie4
- David, Mélodie4
- Denis Salles3
- Dieudonné, Mélodie3
- Guillaume Simonet3
- Jean-Michel Carozza3
- Llubes, Muriel3
- Aggeri, Franck2
- Barray, Mélodie2
- Beaujeu, Mélodie2
- Boitard-Bidaut, Ève2
- Brunet, Véronique2
- Carozza, Jean-Michel2
- Carozza, Laurent2
- Irribarria, Roland2
- Marull, Mélodie2
- Mélodie David2
- Philippe Valette2
- Musicology and Performing Arts60
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences23
- Communication Sciences21
- Art and Art History18
- Gender Studies13
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology12
- Cultural Heritage and Museology10
- Biological Anthropology9
- Architecture and Space Management8
- Archaeology and Prehistory6
- Environmental studies6
- Methods and Statistics6
- Political Science5
- Classical Studies3
- Economies and Finances3
Comparer l’incomparable ?
I claim in this paper that we should cross the analytical approaches of classical music and of popular music. To begin with, I suggest a description of the musical work considered as a combination of three types of elements, or zones, that address different kinds of listeners. Firstly, the structura...
Listening to EDM: Sound Object Analysis and Vital Materialism
In electronic dance music (EDM), melody, harmony, and rhythm are often indistinguishable, hence are inadequate as descriptive categories. The timbres of EDM are equally elusive: describing this music in terms of its sources (synthesizers, computers...) tells us little about the sounds themselves. Ov...
Communication by Mélodie Marull: The plastic and textual self-portrait at Pierre Molinier
The plastic and textual self-portrait at Pierre Molinier Mélodie Marull Doctorante at the CREM Photographic and textual techniques respond to the preparation of the self-portrait and portrait at Pierre Molinier. It will be seen that the latter two concepts are ambiguous when referring to his work, t...
Text of the time, book of August 2015
Hier, at 12 p.m., we closed the online votes for July for the election of the book for the month of August. The reasons for organising this informal vote, on the networks, and as a new entry into the diversity and richness of Hypothesis, combine user-friendliness, exploration and discovery first, va...
Prosodic characteristics of computer-assisted presentations: a preliminary study
Introduction: computer-assisted presentations (POCs) seem to be characterised by changes in speech speed and melody compared to spontaneous speech, with in many cases periods with rapid and excessively regular rhythm intertwined with breaks with too long breaks. Equipment and method: I have analysed...
Research activity and scientific communication
When does a researcher have to communicate during his/her research work? Is the communication an integral part of its activity or is it a secondary or even negligible occupation? Research and communication: a close relationship at the beginning of his book ‘Scientific Communication — Logics and Meth...
Words of a former doctoral candidate — Doctorate in Geography, CIFRE convention
If you are in thesis, whatever the discipline, or if you have already supported it, you can contribute to this gallery by telling your course and your own thesis experience, according to the proposal made on the ticket presenting the meeting gallery. Testimony received by e-mail on December 03, 2011...
The “Five pillars of the mastery of scientific information” (5PMIS): development and construction of the tool
peer reviewed Scientific information literacy is a major concern for librarians involved in user training. At the University of Liège (Belgium), a framework has been created to map the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary for the search, the evaluation and the use of publication from scientific...
From Erik Satie to Smashing pumpkins: about a fragile boy RIFF
Do we talk about RIFF in Satie, impressionism among Smashing pumpkins? Such as a remix, today’s pop syntax is only the result of a constant reuse of past sound materials, the substance of which makes it possible to articulate social relationships. From the Belle Époque to the alternative rock of the...
Jeanne d’Arc and his voices in two operas, Verdi and Honneger
From the beginning of the 19th century Jeanne d’Arc knew celebrity throughout Europe. Raised with pinacle, in the pantheon of French people, she becomes a golden subject for composers and their libretists, because it makes it possible to address the most diverse topics, from heroic to religious, pas...
With or without prosody or facial expressions ? An interactive storytelling between an avatar and children from 6 to 11 year-old
Read regional disparities in poverty in Europe
Un Analyseur-Visualiseur de mélodie à microprocesseur
International audience no abstract
The corridor shall: A crossing of children in psychanalytic family psychotherapy
‘titrebSummary’/titrebIn this family hostage by his system of beliefs about transgenerational, the polarisation expressed in the body of the person carrying symptoms, originates in the family body. Kept active in the couple relationship, he will question my listening position. Interpreting the issue...
Precariousness in research and higher education: short overview
The precariousness Paul Bouffartigue, ‘Occupational prevention and collective action’, Work and Employment [Online], 116 October — December 2008, online on 05 November 2010, accessed on 04 September 2012. URL: http://travailemploi.revues.org/4045 Mircea Vultur, ‘The precariousness: a ‘ghost concept’...
Poetry outside poetry
By taking over its good from music to release a song — concrete as well as metaphoric — against writing, a voice against speech, intensities against concepts (articulated speeches, thesis), a certain poetry was critically deployed at the very time of the development and imperialism of the book (that...
Reflexivity (s) — A liquid open-access book
Reflection book (s) accessible through open access: https://scienceetbiencommun.pressbooks.pub/espacesreflexifs/ ISBN: 978-2-924661-67-3 PDF available on request — In a classic book we would have spoken of ‘summary’, but in this liquid book it is necessary to speak of production, since the texts, wh...
Open access to scientific publications — Open Access Week intervention
Open access to scientific publications — Publishing and reading open access: approaches and challenges in the context of Open Access Week at the University of Strasbourg on 27 October 2017 “What are the challenges of open access publication for the scientific community? How do the new communication...
« Dans la rue et le bitume ne poussent que les fleurs du mal » : jouer et déjouer Charles Baudelaire et sa poésie dans le rap français
Baudelaire is amongst the French poets who have most often been set to music. However, some adaptations of his poetry are too loose to be considered as song settings. It is the case for numerous rap songs that cite, sample, or reword Baudelaire’s poems. This article examines representations and perf...
Construction géohistorique du « sauvage » de la Garonne toulousaine : quelle part de naturalité dans les paysages fluviaux ? (1ère partie)
The Garonne between Toulouse and the confluence of the Tarn is composed of many wetlands. Here, various protective devices would label a "wild" dimension to the river, supporting its maintenance and conservation without actually questioning their original condition. Given this situation, how to cons...
The notion of rhythm between poetry and music
Music and poetry has always been closely linked. Music depends not only on accompanying an instrument or voice, but also on the sounds and rhythm of language words. On the one hand, music, in its univocity, is the art of combining sounds, characterised by frequency, intensity and patch; they have a...
Space travel and electric aircraft
The beginning of the 20th century was able to say that it was modern in the light of the convergence of many technologies. The culmination of the Second Industrial Revolution marks both transport (with the invention of the explosion engine) and communications. At the time of the triumph of the ‘elec...
Conversations in the workshop (and sets of twine?)
“To say the truth” — Call for contributions for digital book
“The truth is what whistle-blowers and whistleblowers tend to see, people to “talk” and those who practise outing, “rapporteurs and reporters” of re-creation classes and confessors of confessionals. However, these dissenting and truth dissimilarities, which everything separates, have a common goal:...
The aesthetic appearance of the singing in the calvinist piest in the early stages of the reform (1536-1545)
contrasts with the ideas received, the aesthetic does indeed perform a function in the ritual forms adopted by churches resulting from the calvinist reform. But it is not the image, seen above all as a source of distraction, that of music to wear this dimension in the reformed pike. Looking back at...