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Music inside out : going too far in musical essays

Author: John Rahn; Benjamin Boretz
Publisher: Amsterdam : G+B Arts International ; Abingdon : Marston, 2000.
Series: Critical voices in art, theory and culture.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

John Rahn's is prolific as a composer-theorist-teacher, inventor of computer sound-synthesis software. this book charts his intellectual development.


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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Rahn; Benjamin Boretz
ISBN: 9057013320 9789057013324 9057013428 9789057013423
OCLC Number: 154331400
Description: 232 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Repetition ; Differences ; Centers, dissenters (Music, religion, and politics) ; Aspects of musical explanation ; Notes on methodology in music theory ; New research paradigms ; D-light reflecting: the nature of comparison ; Logic, set theory, music theory ; How do you Du (by Milton Babbitt)? ; What is valuable in art, and can music still achieve it? / John Rahn --
Music as anti-theater / Benjamin Boretz.
Series Title: Critical voices in art, theory and culture.
Responsibility: essays by John Rahn ; commentary by Benjamin Boretz.


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