INDEX
Abbado, Claudio190
Abrahamsen, Hans257
Adams, John267,309
Chairman Dances, The 289
Grand Pianola Music289
Harmonielehre313
Nixon in China267, 289, 328
Adorno, Theodor Wiesengrund5,198
African music 3, 10, 16, 35, 82, 157, 158, 167, 211, 276, 277, 292, 293
aggregate 61
Alban Berg Quartet17
Almeida Theatre 308
AMM 185,188
Anderson, Barry311
Andriessen, Louis275
Arditti Quartet17, 308-9
Arnold, Stephen153
Arom, Simha293
Artaud, Antonin16, 84-5, 100, 158, 259
Ashbery, John58
Ashley, Robert202
Asian music 3, 10, 16, 23, 35, 82, 100, 126, 141, 156-60, 188, 210, 211, 241-4, 247, 265, 276
Auden, Wystan Hugh117, 172
Babbitt, Milton8, 44, 50, 51, 57, 59-69, 78-9, 89, 118, 208, 239, 250, 313, 315
All Set 64
Composition for Four Instruments64
Composition for Synthesizer68
Composition for Tenor and Six Instruments69
Composition for Twelve Instruments64
Composition for Viola and Piano64
Correspondences8
Elizabethan Sextette, An 69
Ensembles for Synthesizer68
Head of the Bed, The 69
Partitions 64, 328
Philomel69
Phonemena69
Piano Concerto67
Post-Partitions64-6
Relata I66-7
Relata II66
Semi-Simple Variations150
Sounds and Words69
String Quartet No.266, 79
String Quartet No.366
Three Compositions for Piano60-3
Two Sonnets69, 80
Vision and Prayer69
Bach, Johann Sebastian59, 79, 138, 162, 163, 173, 212, 240, 290, 291, 325
Barkin, Elaine250-1
Barraqué Jean47-9, 138, 145, 152, 225, 228, 229-33, 234, 265, 283
. . . au delá du hasard 230-3
Chant aprU+00Es chant 230
Etude 44
PianoSonata19, 48-9, 172, 283, 328
Séquence 48, 229, 230
Temps restitué, Le 230
Barrault, Jean-Louis36, 77, 114, 171
Barrett, Richard314
Barron, Louisand Bebe 27
Barry, Gerald250
Bartók, Béla4, 6, 16, 51, 132, 280, 282, 284, 309
Bauermeister, Mary146
Beatles, the 150, 193
Beckett, Samuel165, 234, 288, 290-1, 305
Beethoven, Ludvig van11, 21-2, 138, 161, 163-4, 165, 177, 231-2, 252, 253, 259, 272, 312
Behrman, David202
Benjamin, George264, 310
Antara311-12
Berberian, Cathy110, 92, 324
Berg, Alban4, 10-11, 16, 51, 59, 70, 132, 162, 163, 172, 173, 176, 259, 277
Berio, Luciano70, 76, 77, 80, 85, 86, 104, 110-14, 138, 139, 165-8, 172, 175-6, 192-4, 195, 196, 197, 198, 204, 205, 218, 239, 266-8, 292-3, 310, 324-7
Agnus218
Allelujah I325
Allelujah II90, 110
Chamber Music80, 86, 110
Cheminsl-V176, 193, 194, 310, 327
Circles110-12, 176, 181, 193
Concerto194
Concerto II (Echoing Curves) 194, 325
Corale194, 293, 327
Coro111, 167-8, 292-3
Différences114
Duetti293
Epifanie/ Epiphanies111, 114, 176, 192, 327, 328
Folk Songs111, 167, 292
Formazioni325-6
Laborintus II175-6, 324-5
Momenti113

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  • Title Page iii
  • Music Acknowledgements v
  • Contents xi
  • Prelude xiii
  • Part I - Beginning Again: from 1945 to the Early 1960s 1
  • Europe 1: Commencement, 1945-1951 3
  • America 1: Silencing Music, 1946-1952 21
  • Europe 2: Total Organization, 1949-1954 29
  • America 2: Classic Modernism 50
  • Europe 3: Achievement, 1953-1957 70
  • America 3: After Silence, 1952-1961 94
  • Europe 4: Mobile Form, 1956-1962 104
  • Elder Responses 116
  • Europe 5: Disintegrations,1959-1964 135
  • Part II - Six Waves and Five Masters: the 1960s and 1970s 149
  • Of Elsewhen and Elsewhere 151
  • Music Theatre 171
  • Politics 185
  • Virtuosity and Improvisation 191
  • Computer Music 207
  • Minimalism and Melody 209
  • Five Masters 225
  • Part III - Many Rivers: the 1980s and 1990s 237
  • Strings and Knots 239
  • Postlude 328
  • Repertory 330
  • Index 363
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