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Keith Humble : Represented Artist Profile : Australian Music Centre

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... assistant. Humble was accepted as a private composition student by René Leibowitz, who introduced him to the concept of serialism. After studying with Leibowitz for a year, Humble became his teacher's assistant, working as a rehearsal ...


Australian Music in the 1960s : Australian Music Centre

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... in others’ these were replaced by an engagement with practices of the post-war avan-t-garde such as post-Webernian serialism, aleatoricism and radiophony. Sigificant Works   Work Notes Irkanda IV (1961) by Peter Sculthorpe brings ...


Popular music : Subject : Australian Music Centre

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... Styles Sibling categories of Popular music Blues Experimental music Jazz Minimalism Modernism Neo-classicism Post-minimalism Serialism Soundscapes Third Stream World & Ethnic music Find music Introductions Artists Subjects Instrumentat ...


Gregory Donovan : Represented Artist Profile : Australian Music ...

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... Associate Artist While much of Donovan's music is atonal, it maintains a romantic se-nsibility which, in avoiding strict serialism or other such artifices, aims at the heart as well as the head. Browse works by Gregory Donovan Born in ...


Nathan Wilson : Represented Artist Profile : Australian Music Centre

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... their consideration leads to the development of harmony, timbre, rhythm, texture and overall formal structure. Aspects of serialism, number, chaos theory and pitch and rhythmic procedures are all to be found in Wilson's compositions. ...


Geoffrey Allen : Represented Artist Profile : Australian Music Centre

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... and is characterised by chromatic and frequently shifting tonalities with the rare flirtation with atonality. He eschews serialism, minimalism and other fashions of the last fifty years that he believes will prove to be passing fads. ...


Pas de quatre (quintets: flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, piano) by ...

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... Flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, piano Browse other works written in 1967 Subjects Inf-luenced by: Dance Influenced by: Serialism Performances of this work 18 Nov 2014 : at Australian Voices: Malcolm Williamson (Melbourne Recital Centre). ...


Narrating the Early Music of Ross Edwards : Journal (Article) Article ...

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... influence of British musical taste on Australian composers in the sixties. Unlike the music of the Darmstadt school, British serialism was primarily Schoenbergian, that is, it treats the row as melodic and harmonic material and maintains ...


Nigel Butterley and the Problem that Wasn’t : Journal (Article) ...

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... atypically extrovert work. Butterley provided a rare Australian model of such catholic thin-king, taking what he needed from serialism and other modernist techniques alongside ideas drawn from the traditions of his Anglican heritage. The ...


Critical Times: Australian New Music and the 1950s, ‘60s and ‘70s ...

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... connection with a slightly later composition Flights . Considered as a pair, they raise questions about the connections of serialism and improvisation in the 1960s. More widely, they relate to Lumsdaine’s articulation of an idiosyncratic ...


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