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20th Century Avant-Garde Pianistic Vocabulary
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interview by Margaret Leng Tan, 1945- and Don Gillespie; performed by George Crumb, 1929-, Margaret Leng Tan, 1945- and Don Gillespie; in Crumb Speaks with Margaret Leng Tan & Don Gillespie (Mode Records), 3 mins
Margaret Leng Tan likes to refer to the three C's: Cage, Cowell and Crumb, as the pinnacles of 20th century piano repertory -- the classics of the piano, the avant garde. She feels that what Crumb, John Cage and Cowell did was lay the foundations for a new pianistic language in the style which Henry Cowell calls s...
interview by Margaret Leng Tan, 1945- and Don Gillespie; performed by George Crumb, 1929-, Margaret Leng Tan, 1945- and Don Gillespie; in Crumb Speaks with Margaret Leng Tan & Don Gillespie (Mode Records), 3 mins
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From Zero: 19 Questions
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directed by Frank Scheffer, 1956- and Andrew Culver, 1953-; produced by Brian Brandt, fl. 2011; interview by Frank Scheffer, 1956-; performed by John Cage, 1912-1992, in John Cage, Vol. 30: From Zero - Four films on John Cage by Frank Scheffer and Andrew Culver (New York, NY: Mode Records, 2004), 15 mins
directed by Frank Scheffer, 1956- and Andrew Culver, 1953-; produced by Brian Brandt, fl. 2011; interview by Frank Scheffer, 1956-; performed by John Cage, 1912-1992, in John Cage, Vol. 30: From Zero - Four films on John Cage by Frank Scheffer and Andrew Culver (New York, NY: Mode Records, 2004), 15 mins
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Marilyn Nonken on Triadic Memories
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directed by Motria Sabat, fl. 2004; composed by Morton Feldman, 1926-1987 (1981); produced by Brian Brandt, fl. 2011; performed by Marilyn Nonken, in Morton Feldman: Marilyn Nonken plays Triadic Memories (New York, NY: Mode Records, 2004), 20 mins
directed by Motria Sabat, fl. 2004; composed by Morton Feldman, 1926-1987 (1981); produced by Brian Brandt, fl. 2011; performed by Marilyn Nonken, in Morton Feldman: Marilyn Nonken plays Triadic Memories (New York, NY: Mode Records, 2004), 20 mins
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A Brief History of Noise: John Luther Adams and Allen Otte in Conversation
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produced by John Luther Adams, 1953- and Brian Brandt, fl. 2011; interview by John Luther Adams, 1953-; performed by Allen Otte, fl. 1972 and John Luther Adams, 1953- (New York, NY: Mode Records, 2005), 1 hour 2 mins
produced by John Luther Adams, 1953- and Brian Brandt, fl. 2011; interview by John Luther Adams, 1953-; performed by Allen Otte, fl. 1972 and John Luther Adams, 1953- (New York, NY: Mode Records, 2005), 1 hour 2 mins
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Formalized Music
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composed by Iannis Xenakis, 1922-2001; interview by Harry Halbreich, 1931-; performed by Iannis Xenakis, 1922-2001 and Harry Halbreich, 1931-; in Iannis Xenakis and Harry Halbreich in Conversation (Mode Records), 7 mins
Xenakis did not agree with dodecaphonic language, as used by Schoenberg and Webern, because he thought it was too restrictive. Instead, he worked on creating music with predetermined logical or mathematical structures.
composed by Iannis Xenakis, 1922-2001; interview by Harry Halbreich, 1931-; performed by Iannis Xenakis, 1922-2001 and Harry Halbreich, 1931-; in Iannis Xenakis and Harry Halbreich in Conversation (Mode Records), 7 mins
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