Jun 13, 2013
Despite his pioneering work with electronics and indeterminacy, he’s far more obscure than his friend John Cage—in part because he considered his music a living practice rather than something to be documented.
By Peter Margasak
Music Feature, John Cage, spatialization, sound, liner notes, live music, David Tudor, piano, pianists, composers, New York School, Morton Feldman, Earle Brown, Christian Wolff, graphic notation, indeterminacy, Karlheinz Stockhausen, La Monte Young, Sylvano Bussotti, Stefan Wolpe, interpretation, Black Mountain College, Internationale Ferienkurse für Neue Musik, chance, performance, Merce Cunningham Dance Company, scores, recordings, documentation, box sets, CDs, electronic music, experimental music, Irma Wolpe, John Adams, Arnold Schoenberg, Igor Stravinsky, traditional instruments, Pierre Boulez, Matt Rogalsky, Robert Rauschenberg, computer music, neural networks
The Secret History of Chicago Music,
Mar 21, 2013
This saxophonist and composer played experimental psych with Spoils of War and acid folk with Mormos, and now writes for a brass band in Australia.
By Plastic Crimewave
The Secret History of Chicago Music, saxophonists, The Secret History of Chicago Music, composers, Mormos, Jim Cuomo, Spoils of War, Rantoul, Illinois, opera, Paul Desmond, Stockhausen, Boulez, Japan, California, San Antonio, Texas, Samuel Adler, North Texas State University, University of Illinois, computer music, musique concrete, Herbert Brun, Kenneth Gaburo, Al Ierardi, Roger Francisco, Frank Garvey, James Stroud, Annie Hat, Steve Beck, La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club, Paris, brass bands, Moreland City BRass