Sound Commitments: Avant-Garde Music and the Sixties

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Index
1968
events of, 59, 147, 256
protest movements of, 26
unrest of, 61, 108, 111 See also Paris
abstract expressionism, 174
Adams, Bryan, 267
Adorno, Theodor W., 59
Aesthetic Theory, 87
Dialectic of Enlightenment, 88
on formal autonomy, 76
on musical material, 83
Negative Dialectics, 86
on negativity and utopia, 86–88
relationship to New Left, 8, 79, 86–89, 92
Africa
anti-colonial struggles in, 42, 45, 46, 50
recipient of US-sponsored tours, 233, 237, 239, 241, 244, 247
African music, 137, 147
Akiyama, Kuniharu, 190, 196, 197, 200, 206
Akutagawa, Yasushi, 194
Albright, William, 177
Ali, Rashied, 212
Allen, Woody, 144
Althusser, Louis, 150, 165
Alwin Nikolais Dance Theatre, 237
Amacher, Maryanne, 113
Amirkhanian, Charles, 163
AMM, 107, 113, 117, 118
Amsterdam, 7, 56–77 Carre Theatre, 56, 58, 60, 62
Amy, Gilbert, 164, 235
anarchism, 58, 110, 189, 192
avant-garde music as analogy to, 13, 67, 68, 70, 73, 146,
and communism, 57, 61, 72–73
influence upon musicians, 189, 205
musicians involvement with, 7, 51, 57, 203
and role of art, 3, 72
Andersch, Alfred, 19
Anderson, Laurie, 143
Andrew, David, 177–78
Andriessen, Louis, 6, 56–77
Anachronie I, 70
Contra Tempus, 70–71
Ittrospezione II, 71
Ittrospezione III, 70
Registers, 71
Souvenirs d Enfance, 70
Ann Arbor, Michigan, 9, 169–79, 182
Anpo Movement, 187, 192
ANS synthesizer, 10, 254–77
Argentina, 238
Armstrong, Louis, 244, 246
Arp, Hans, 21, 22, 32
Art Ensemble of Chicago, 109, 118
Artem yev, Eduard, 260, 263, 265, 267, 269–71, 274
Nocturne, 261
Ash Ra Temple, 266
Ashley, Mary, 170
Ashley, Robert, 106, 169–86
Combination Wedding and Funeral, 180
Details for Two Pianists, 186
in memoriam. Kit Carson (opera), 179
Music with Roots in the Aether, 186
Public Opinion Descends upon the Demonstrators, 172–74, 181
Something for Clarinet, Pianos and Tape, 173
To Piano Event, 186
The Wolfman, 181, 186
The Wolfman Motor-City Review, 180–81 Asholt, Wolfgang, 16, 21
Association for the Advancement of
Creative Musicians (AACM), 107, 183, 213, 230
Attali, Jacques, 101
audiences
audience participation, 5, 8, 64, 108–110, 147, 153, 180, 201 (see also participation)

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