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Xenakis on Xenakis, Pp.28-43

Xenakis on Xenakis, Pp.28-43

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Xenakis on XenakisAuthor(s): Iannis Xenakis, Roberta Brown, John RahnReviewed work(s):Source:
Perspectives of New Music,
Vol. 25, No. 1/2, 25th Anniversary Issue (Winter -Summer, 1987), pp. 16-63Published by:
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XENAKIS ON XENAKIS
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BECAUSE
hewasborn nGreece?hat hewenthroughhedoorsofthePoly-technicUniversityeforehoseoftheConservatory?hathethoughts anarchitectbeforee heards amusician?annisXenakisoccupiesnextraodinary lacen themusicofourtime.Heiscomparedo thesages fGreekAntiquity,othepainters ftheRenaissance,otheEncyclopedistsftheCenturyfEnlghtenment.Occasionallyne stemptedoscoffat histheoreticalpositionsnthemergingfmusic,architecture,ndscience.lannis Xenakisrespondss an artist:hroughhisphilosophicuestioningnd thedirectionsofhisresearch,egivesxpressionothetomentthatdwellswithinhim: his violentpoetry fthegalaxies,his mortalwarsofatom-soundscho heprimitivehaosandimmortalizet in a ceaselesstorm.
*Translatedrom the FrenchbyRobertaBrownandJohnRahn.

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