The Muse that Sings

The Muse that Sings

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How do today's serious concert composers write their music? This is a collection of recent interviews with 25 of America's important contemporary composers, all born between 1930 and 1960. Here, a wide range of representative artists--from Adams to Zorn, from Bolcom to Vierk--speak candidly about how they think in sound, shape musical ideas, and ultimately transfer sonic conceptions to the printed page.In writing twelve-tone music, especially for strings, you always find after awhile that the intervals of the row youa#39;ve made are ... learn the twelve-tone system, they get stuck in it and cana#39;t leave because everything in the little matrix box is preset.

Title:The Muse that Sings
Author: Ann McCutchan
Publisher:Oxford University Press on Demand - 2003-09-01

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