The five myths about contemporary classical music
April 27, 2012 1 Comment
From The Guardian:
That’s part of the genius of John Cage or Helmut Lachenmann, one way in which the world becomes a different place when you listen to their music. But there’s something else: the visceral impact of music such as Iannis Xenakis‘s Jonchaies, Stockhausen’s Gruppen for three orchestral groups or Luciano Berio‘s Coro is like nothing else music has done before.
- Scarlatti Cadences (1997). Sebastian Currier /contemporary!/ (rgable.typepad.com)
- Instrumental noise at Nonclassical (johnsonsrambler.wordpress.com)
- Musique Concrète: Its Place in the History of Electronic Music (allmusic.com)