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REPETITION TELEOLOGY AND THE CONCEPT OF TIME
SOME REMARKS CONCERNING REDUNDANCY
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aleatoric music aleatoric procedures artists aspect avant-garde music banality basic become Cage chance change and pluralism Chapter chord complexity composers compositional concept concern constant focus context continuity continuum contrast degree dependent diad duration effect elements Elliott Carter Ernst Krenek event-series expanding present experience factors feature Four Organs freedom of choice gradual musical process important information theory intelligibility interesting John Cage Karlheinz Stockhausen kind Leonard Meyer listener Lutoslawski means measures messages motivic cell movement musical events note-to-note notion parameters past pattern pattern-pulse perception permutations philosophy Piano Phase pitch pointillism post-Webern principle of return probably prominent psychological pulse recent music redundancy relationships represented result rhythm rhythmic regularity Salvatore Martirano Schoenberg scores Secondly seems seen serial and aleatoric serial music simplicity slow sound sound-masses speculative stasis static Steve Reich Stockhausen structures teleology temporary focus tendency Terry Riley tion tonality unifying unity unpredictability Varese Witold Lutoslawski