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Departing Landscapes: Morton Feldman's "String Quartet II" and "Triadic Memories"

Lunberry, Clark

SubStance, 2006-01-01, Vol.35 (2), p.17-50 [Periódico revisado por pares]

Baltimore: University of Wisconsin Press

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  • Título:
    Departing Landscapes: Morton Feldman's "String Quartet II" and "Triadic Memories"
  • Autor: Lunberry, Clark
  • Assuntos: Cage, John ; Composers ; Composition ; Feldman, Morton ; Music ; Music composition ; Musical chords ; Musical instruments ; Musical memory ; Musical performance ; Musical performances ; Musicians ; Musicians & conductors ; nothingness ; Pain ; Sound ; String quartets ; Theater ; themes and figures
  • É parte de: SubStance, 2006-01-01, Vol.35 (2), p.17-50
  • Descrição: [...]you realize that you are not going to get a picture. Clearly this was an evening not to be missed, for once done, when might the legendary piece ever be done again? [...]to my delight, in addition to Feldman's string quartet, I saw as well that the Japanese pianist Aki Takahashi would herself be performing Triadic Memories toward the close of the festival. In his own subtle investigation of music's ontology, of the divisions between the sounded and the unsounded, Lyotard wrote: "Music labors to give birth to what is audible in the inaudible breath. [...]does it betray, by giving it form, and ignore it" (Postmodern 228). [...]you realize that you are not going to get a picture" (165). [...]from a personal point of view, might there be a developing pattern forming here out of my experiences with these two massive works that failed to happen for me—a pattern reflecting something of my own extended efforts to materialize absence, and in my own manner to collaborate conceptually with entropy?
  • Editor: Baltimore: University of Wisconsin Press
  • Idioma: Inglês

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