[Reading] ➸ Stockhausen on Music ➮ Karlheinz Stockhausen – Justinfoline.us

Stockhausen on Music If A Genius Is Someone Whose Ideas Survive All Attempts At Explanation , Writes The Well Known Contemporary Musicologist Robin Maconie, Then By That Definition Stockhausen Is The Nearest Thing To Beethoven This Century Has Produced Reason His Music Lasts.With Penetrating Philosophical And Spiritual Insights Stockhausen Describes, In This Collection Of Lectures And Interviews Conducted In English, A Whole New Universe Of Sounds And Events Stockhausen S Uncompromising Attitude To Conventional Aesthetics Has Made Him One Of The World S Most Admired Musicians The Independent Let There Be No Doubt That He Is A Giant, A Monster Cartographer Of Massive New Spaces Tempo The Great Innovator Of The 1950s And 1960s Is Still A Fountain Of Ideas Stockhausen On Music Shows The Extrordinary Range Of His Mind The Sunday Times

[Reading] ➸ Stockhausen on Music  ➮ Karlheinz Stockhausen – Justinfoline.us
  • Paperback
  • 220 pages
  • Stockhausen on Music
  • Karlheinz Stockhausen
  • English
  • 06 March 2017
  • 0714529184

    10 thoughts on “[Reading] ➸ Stockhausen on Music ➮ Karlheinz Stockhausen – Justinfoline.us


  1. says:

    I ve been on a Stockhausen spree lately I ve compiled a list of all the pieces I ve got recordings of by him, I ve been looking at some scores, I ve been listening to the recordings over over Stockhausen died last December w him goes one of the last of the composers that were so important to me in my youth Cage, Messian, Feldman, Xenakis. now Stockhausen I m listening to his Kontakte the version that includes intrumentalists as I write this I have 3 Stockhausen bks I ve been on a Stockhausen spree lately I ve compiled a list of all the pieces I ve got recordings of by him, I ve been looking at some scores, I ve been listening to the recordings over over Stockhausen died last December w him goes one of the last of the composers that were so important to me in my youth Cage, Messian, Feldman, Xenakis. now Stockhausen I m listening to his Kontakte the version that includes intrumentalists as I write this I have 3 Stockhausen bks I definitely read this one I definitely read one of the other 2 but I m not sure wch one so I ll be taking an educated guess Stockhausen definitely took a few knocks in his life his mom was in an insane asylum was one of the 1st people executed by the nazis in their racial cleansing His dad was a nazi As a friend of mine sd Sounds conflicted Even as an old man, he had trouble getting his massive wk long opera performed at one point the Italian musicians revolted in typical union ...


  2. says:

    I really enjoyed this book It filled me we great ideas I was surprised at how easy it was to understand I assumed that because Stockhausen was such an innovator, his ideas might be difficult to grasp But he was very clear and thorough He seems to me a composer who looks at sound and music from a wide angle, and then also from a microscopic angle waveshape, filters, etc He had many great ideas about concert presentation, as far as audience location, mobility, and interaction There were I really enjoyed this book It filled me we great ideas I was surprised at how easy it was to understand I assumed that because Stockhausen was such an innovator, his ideas might be difficult to grasp But he was very clear and thoro...


  3. says:

    I ve been exploring Stockhausen s music for about 20 years now The music is challenging and enigmatic strange and beautiful, albeit often in an other worldly kind of way The 1971 lectures which are the heart of this book clarified some of Stockhausen s ideas and methods for me, although some points remain obscure What comes through clearly is that, despite his mystical side and ...


  4. says:

    It s amazing how clear this is I don t know if anyone else tried to mathematize music to the extent KS does in some of these essays without screwing it up royally His theory here is as successful as his music.


  5. says:

    Another great, strange, German outsider I rarely get what he s talking about, which makes reading no less inspiring.


  6. says:

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