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INDETERMINACY MUS 215 路

MUSIC THEORY IV 路

DR. TOBY RUSH


INDETERMINACY


CHANCE MUSIC INDETERMINACY


CHANCE MUSIC INDETERMINACY ALEATORIC MUSIC


ALEA =


INDETERMINACY


INDETERMINACY

• INDETERMINACY

IN INTERPRETATION


INDETERMINACY

• INDETERMINACY

IN INTERPRETATION

• INDETERMINACY

IN COMPOSITION


INDETERMINACY

• INDETERMINACY

IN INTERPRETATION

• INDETERMINACY

IN COMPOSITION

• INDETERMINACY

IN PERFORMANCE


JOHN CAGE 1912–1992


I CHING 4TH-3RD CENTURY BCE


JOHN CAGE

MUSIC OF CHANGES 1951


JOHN CAGE

MUSIC OF CHANGES 1951 •

CAGE’S FIRST ALEATORIC INSTRUMENTAL WORK


JOHN CAGE

MUSIC OF CHANGES 1951 •

CAGE’S FIRST ALEATORIC INSTRUMENTAL WORK

DRAWN FROM THE I!CHING


JOHN CAGE

MUSIC OF CHANGES 1951 •

CAGE’S FIRST ALEATORIC INSTRUMENTAL WORK

DRAWN FROM THE I!CHING

INDETERMINACY IN COMPOSITION


JOHN CAGE

MUSIC OF CHANGES 1951 •

CAGE’S FIRST ALEATORIC INSTRUMENTAL WORK

DRAWN FROM THE I!CHING

INDETERMINACY IN COMPOSITION

MATHEMATICALLY ACCURATE NOTATION


WITOLD LUTOS"AWSKI 1913–1994


WITOLD LUTOS"AWSKI

STRING QUARTET 1965


WITOLD LUTOS"AWSKI

STRING QUARTET 1965 •

INDETERMINACY IN PERFORMANCE


WITOLD LUTOS"AWSKI

STRING QUARTET 1965 •

INDETERMINACY IN PERFORMANCE

SENZA MISURA


ALAN HOVHANESS 1911–2000


ALAN HOVHANESS

SYMPHONY NO. 19 1967


ALAN HOVHANESS

SYMPHONY NO. 19 1967 •

INDETERMINACY IN PERFORMANCE


ALAN HOVHANESS

SYMPHONY NO. 19 1967 •

INDETERMINACY IN PERFORMANCE

“VISHNU” — HINDU GOD WHO CREATES AND DESTROYS UNIVERSE


ALAN HOVHANESS

SYMPHONY NO. 19 1967 •

INDETERMINACY IN PERFORMANCE

“VISHNU” — HINDU GOD WHO CREATES AND DESTROYS UNIVERSE

PIECE ALTERNATES BETWEEN WELL-DEFINED AND SENZA MISURA SECTIONS


TERRY RILEY 1935–


TERRY RILEY

IN C 1964


TERRY RILEY

IN C 1964 •

INDETERMINACY IN PERFORMANCE


TERRY RILEY

IN C 1964 •

INDETERMINACY IN PERFORMANCE

ONE PLAYER PLAYS C ON CONTINUOUS EIGHTH NOTES


TERRY RILEY

IN C 1964 •

INDETERMINACY IN PERFORMANCE

ONE PLAYER PLAYS C ON CONTINUOUS EIGHTH NOTES

OTHERS PROCEED THROUGH SCORE AT EACH ONE’S OWN PACE


TERRY RILEY

IN C 1964 •

INDETERMINACY IN PERFORMANCE

ONE PLAYER PLAYS C ON CONTINUOUS EIGHTH NOTES

OTHERS PROCEED THROUGH SCORE AT EACH ONE’S OWN PACE

LASTS 45–90 MINUTES


ALEATORIC MUSIC IS NOT RANDOM SOUND


JOHN CAGE 路 1991


JOHN CAGE 路 1991


ALEATORIC MUSIC IS NOT RANDOM SOUND


MUS 215 路 MUSIC THEORY IV THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN COLORADO

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