University of California Press, 18 лют. 1977 р. - 270 стор.
Basing his work on conversations with the composer, Karl Wörner puts into plain language the ideas behind Stockhausen's new musical forms, examines the development of electronic music and explains the spatial location in new music; the broader aspects of the composer's place in musical history and in the society in which he works are also considered. Particularly valuable is the section on Stockhausen's life, his friends and pupils; and the book includes the composer's own notes on his works. -- from back cover.
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New forms in music
Spatial location in music
New music and society
The composer and his circle
Index of names
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acoustical Aloys Kontarsky already anthem artistic become beginning Bruno Maderna Carre Christoph Caskel Cologne completely composer concept constantly Cornelius Cardew Darmstadt David Tudor degrees differentiated direct duration dynamic Eimert electronic composition electronic music electronic sounds ensemble event experience extremely filters formal further German Radio Gesang given groups Gruppen Harald Boje harmonic hausen Hymnen idea impulse individual instrumental music instrumentalists invention Johannes Fritsch Karlheinz Stockhausen Klavierstuck Kontakte Kontra-Punkte Kreuzspiel Kurzwellen listener loudspeakers Mary Bauermeister material means mediation melodic Messiaen microphones Mikrophonie Mikrophonie II modulators moments musicians noise notation organization parameter percussion performance piano piece Pierre Boulez pitch play player pointillist polyvalent possible present principle realization recording relationships rhythm rhythmic Rolf Gehlhaar score sequence serial shapes single solo spatial Stimmung Stock structure Symphony tam-tam tape Telemusik thematic thinking three orchestras timbre tion traditional transformation Translator's note variable Webern words Zeitmasze Zyklus