Other Planets: The Complete Works Of Karlheinz Stockhausen 1950-2007 by Robin MaconieOther Planets: The Complete Works Of Karlheinz Stockhausen 1950-2007 by Robin Maconie

Other Planets: The Complete Works Of Karlheinz Stockhausen 1950-2007

byRobin Maconie

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German composer Karlheinz Stockhausen was arguably the most influential figure of the European postwar avant-garde and unquestionably the most elusive and enigmatic musical thinker of a generation that includes Pierre Boulez, John Cage, and Luciano Berio. His radically new electronic and instrumental music converted Igor Stravinsky to serialism in the 1950s and has continued to inspire young composers for more than fifty years.Other Planets: The Complete Works of Karlheinz Stockhausen, 1950-2007 draws on more than fifty years of Maconie's close study of Stockhausen and functions as a catalogue raisonee of Stockhausen's complete output. With plentiful citations from the history of radio, film, and sound recording, as well as from contemporary science and technology, the book is laid out in chronological order and contains ample commentary on the composer's sources of inspiration. Each composition is also fully documented within the text, giving full information of each work's publisher, catalog number, instrumentation, duration, and authorized compact disc. The updated edition extends the range of the volume's contents to include the twenty-five works Stockhausen composed between 2004 and his death in 2007.Stockhausen's status in the history of music in the late twentieth century can now be appreciated with unprecedented clarity. All listeners will benefit from this work, and American music lovers in particular will find it an invaluable guide to the ongoing debate and rivalry over the sources of abstract expressionism and the avant-garde.
Robin Maconie is a New Zealand-born composer and musicologist who has studied with Olivier Messiaen and Karlheinz Stockhausen.
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Title:Other Planets: The Complete Works Of Karlheinz Stockhausen 1950-2007Format:PaperbackDimensions:598 pages, 8.93 × 5.98 × 1.63 inPublished:September 26, 2016Publisher:Rowman & Littlefield PublishersLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Chapter One: FormationChapter Two: Early WorksChapter Three: PolaritiesChapter Four: Rhythmic CellsChapter Five: Music on TapeChapter Six: Watching TimeChapter Seven: Meyer-EpplerChapter Eight: TemperamentsChapter Nine: AleatoryChapter Ten: RevolutionChapter Eleven: ContactsChapter Twelve: TheaterChapter Thirteen: UncertaintyChapter Fourteen: ProcessChapter Fifteen: AnthemsChapter Sixteen: FiguresChapter Seventeen: White SpaceChapter Eighteen: FindingsChapter Nineteen: RitesChapter Twenty: StagecraftChapter Twenty-One: AllegoriesChapter Twenty-Two: MysteriumChapter Twenty-Tree: DonnerstagChapter Twenty-Four: SamstagChapter Twenty-Five: MontagChapter Twenty-Six: DienstagChapter Twenty-Seven: FreitagChapter Twenty-Eight: MittwochChapter Twenty-Nine: SonntagChapter Thirty: Last RitesChapter Thirty-One: Cosmic Pulses

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Other Planets is an entertaining and detailed resource.. [T]he imaginative, conglomerate approach taken by Maconie invites further elaboration and discussion. In the context of a resurgence in performances of Stockhausen's music and an intensification of interest around the world, this resource.will help shape the interpretation and reception of future practitioners and audiences.