How Do Interactive Virtual Operas Shift Relationships between Music, Text and Image?

Abstract : In this paper we present the new genre of interactive operas implemented on personal computers. They differ from traditional ones not only because they are virtual, but mainly because they offer to composers and listeners new perspectives of combinations and interactions between music, text and visual aspects.
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Alain Bonardi, Francis Rousseaux. How Do Interactive Virtual Operas Shift Relationships between Music, Text and Image?. John Benjamins Publishing Company. Language, vision and music, John Benjamins Publishing Company, pp.285-294, 2002. ⟨hal-00442801⟩

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