This Life of Sounds: Evenings for New Music in Buffalo
This book is an invaluable chronicle of an exuberant time of artistic exploration and experimentation populated by now legendary figures such as John Cage, Morton Feldman, Cornelius Cardew, Terry Riley, Julius Eastman, David Tudor, and many others who were part of this under-known chapter of late 20th century music history. Levine Packer brings it to life once again.
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Evenings for New Music in Buffalo
1 The Rockefeller Years 1964 to Spring 1968
Fall 1968 to 1972
1977 to 1980
Appendix 1 Time Line
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Renee Levine Packer
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Albright-Knox Art Gallery Allen Sapp American artists audience avant-garde Baird Hall Buffalo Courier Express Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra Cage’s campus Carnegie Recital Hall cellist Center fellows codirector collaboration College composer Composer-pianist composition conductor contemporary music Cornelius Cardew Creative and Performing Creative Associates David Tudor Dennis Kahle Eberhard Blum electronic music ensemble Experimental Music fellowship film flutist Fluxus Foss’s Frederic Rzewski funds George Crumb Gerald Freund Globokar HPSCHD Hut ART CD interview Jan Williams John Bergamo John Cage John Dwyer Julius Eastman June in Buffalo Lejaren Hiller Lukas Foss Maryanne Amacher Michael Sahl Morton Feldman Music concert music director musicians Nils Vigeland October percussion percussionist Performing Arts pianist pianist-composer piano piece played players program note radio Records rehearsals Renée Levine Richard Wernick Robert Rockefeller Foundation score season Slee Professor soprano sound spring student Subotnick SUNYAB music tape theater things Thomas Putnam university’s violin violinist wrote York at Buffalo