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Clash!

Clash!

Generationen – Kulturen – Identitäten in der Gegenwartsmusik


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Differences or even conflicts between different cultures, generations and basic aesthetic attitudes play a not inconsiderable role in almost all cultural segments today. Increasingly, this also applies to the field of contemporary music. It appears more pluralistic on the whole, but at the same time more contradictory than before - and increasingly refers to discussions of the entire culture or even to more global political questions. "Clash! Generations - Cultures - Identities in Contemporary Music »brings together lectures by Joanna Bailie, Michael Dartsch, Christian Grüny, Jörn Peter Hiekel, Johannes Kreidler, Wolfgang Lessing, Sarah Nemtsov, Sergei Newski, Rainer Nonnenmann and Amila Ramović at the 71st Spring Meeting held by the Institute for New Music and Music Education in Darmstadt from 5 to 8 April 2017.
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Binding: Paperback/Soft Cover
Content text: Vorwort des Herausgebers
Jörn Peter Hiekel: Unverrückbare Dispositive? Über Differenzen und Konflikte im Felde der Gegenwartsmusik
Christian Grüny: Der Fein im Inneren? Autonomie und Identitäten
Rainer Nonnenmann: Gegner- und (Papp-) Kameradschaften. Differenzen, Kontinuitäten – sowie Musiktheaterwerke von Brigitta Muntendorf und Georges Aperghis
Johannes Kreidler: Nebeneinander, Gegeneinander, Miteinander. Über ästhetische und diskursive Pluralität
Sergej Newski: Abenteuer und Ironie
Sarah Nemtsov: Wurzeln, Be- / Ab- / Entgrenzung und Osmose in der Neuen Musik
Joanna Bailie: Late to the Party: Concerning Contemporary Music's Current (and Long Overdue) Broadening of Practice
Amila Ramovic: Respecting the Differences, Composing the Distances. Heiner Goebbels' Work as Landscape with Sonic Paradoxes
Martin Scherzinger: "Piano Phase" in Global Perspective: Myths & Realities
Wolfgang Lessing: "Weniger als eines und zugleich doppelt" – Erkundungen im Dritten Raum
Michael Dartsch: Neue Musik in Szene setzen. Überlegungen zur Gestaltung von Konzerten für Kinder
ISBN: 978-3-7957-9888-8
Publisher: Schott Music
Series: Publications from the Institute of New Music and Musical Education, Darmstadt
page number: 200
Delivery rights: worldwide
Differences or even conflicts between different cultures, generations and basic aesthetic attitudes play a not inconsiderable role in almost all cultural segments today. Increasingly, this also applies to the field of contemporary music. It appears more pluralistic on the whole, but at the same time more contradictory than before - and increasingly refers to discussions of the entire culture or even to more global political questions. "Clash! Generations - Cultures - Identities in Contemporary Music »brings together lectures by Joanna Bailie, Michael Dartsch, Christian Grüny, Jörn Peter Hiekel, Johannes Kreidler, Wolfgang Lessing, Sarah Nemtsov, Sergei Newski, Rainer Nonnenmann and Amila Ramović at the 71st Spring Meeting held by the Institute for New Music and Music Education in Darmstadt from 5 to 8 April 2017.
Binding: Paperback/Soft Cover
Content text: Vorwort des Herausgebers
Jörn Peter Hiekel: Unverrückbare Dispositive? Über Differenzen und Konflikte im Felde der Gegenwartsmusik
Christian Grüny: Der Fein im Inneren? Autonomie und Identitäten
Rainer Nonnenmann: Gegner- und (Papp-) Kameradschaften. Differenzen, Kontinuitäten – sowie Musiktheaterwerke von Brigitta Muntendorf und Georges Aperghis
Johannes Kreidler: Nebeneinander, Gegeneinander, Miteinander. Über ästhetische und diskursive Pluralität
Sergej Newski: Abenteuer und Ironie
Sarah Nemtsov: Wurzeln, Be- / Ab- / Entgrenzung und Osmose in der Neuen Musik
Joanna Bailie: Late to the Party: Concerning Contemporary Music's Current (and Long Overdue) Broadening of Practice
Amila Ramovic: Respecting the Differences, Composing the Distances. Heiner Goebbels' Work as Landscape with Sonic Paradoxes
Martin Scherzinger: "Piano Phase" in Global Perspective: Myths & Realities
Wolfgang Lessing: "Weniger als eines und zugleich doppelt" – Erkundungen im Dritten Raum
Michael Dartsch: Neue Musik in Szene setzen. Überlegungen zur Gestaltung von Konzerten für Kinder
ISBN: 978-3-7957-9888-8
Publisher: Schott Music
Series: Publications from the Institute of New Music and Musical Education, Darmstadt
page number: 200
Delivery rights: worldwide