Tag: Iannis Xenakis

“I’m gonna buy me a house up in the hills with a tear-shaped pool and a gun that kills.”

corona time capsule pic.twitter.com/IBiABBCK05 — тцпдяапацт (@tundranaut) March 17, 2020 pertinent ephemera from Daniel Kalder’s latest newsletter + recommended listening for an apocalypse #IannisXenakis https://t.co/huqMytX1lm pic.twitter.com/2K0nJl6AiK — тцпдяапацт (@tundranaut) March 15, 2020 As a former threat analyst, if you live in Seattle, SF, LA, or any other major city, you should be prepared for looting, violence, and potentially street gangs...

“You’ll hear clouds of minutely detailed orchestral sonority wrap around the solo part, like flocks of small birds mobbing an avaricious raptor; and you’ll hear a near-continuous rhythmic intensity and textural violence that takes your breath away.”

Xenakis resisted the label of being a mere mathematician in music just as surely as he refused the idea of his music’s political or social message, and it was of course how he used those scientific principles (outlined in his book, Formalized Music) to create pieces of shattering visceral power. SOURCE (author: Tom Service) — A guide to Iannis Xenakis’s...

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