Book Review: Experimental Music Since 1970 By Jennie Gottschalk Bloomsbury, 2016 284 pp. From the very beginning of Experimental Music Since 1970, author Jennie Gottschalk lets us know that her perspective is that of a “maker,” a composer. This is instructive as to the book’s approach and to its inclusion and, in some cases, exclusion,Continue reading “Required Reading: Experimental Music Since 1970”
On Academia, I have uploaded a new version, updated for 2017, of my paper, “Dialogues: Conflicts and Colloquy in Carter’s late Concerti.” I originally gave the paper at IRCAM on Elliott Carter’s 100th birthday in 2008. A version in French has since been published in a proceedings volume by Editions Delatour.
Book review The Spectral Piano From Liszt, Scriabin, and Debussy to the Digital Age By Marilyn Nonken, with a chapter by Hugues Dufourt Cambridge University Press, 192 pp., 2014/2016 (paperback edition) By Christian Carey Recently reissued in paperback, pianist/author Marilyn Nonken’s book The Spectral Piano is a fascinating examination of the history of piano musicContinue reading “Required Reading: The Spectral Piano”