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A special touring project inspired by called Graphic Scores is taking place in the UK from October 3 to

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As somebody with one foot in the visual art world and the other in sound world, I have always been interested in the experimental music notation strategies. Aside from the fact that these are often beautiful artifacts, I…

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As somebody with one foot in the visual art world and the other in sound world, I have always been interested in the experimental music notation strategies. Aside from the fact that these are often beautiful artifacts, I…

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As somebody with one foot in the visual art world and the other in sound world, I have always been interested in the experimental music notation strategies. Aside from the fact that these are often beautiful artifacts, I…

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pages from Cornelius Cardew’s 1967 Treatise (of graphic notation)

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Cornelius Cardew, Treatise (1963-1967)

Graphic Scores, a touring project

A special touring project inspired by called Graphic Scores is taking place in the UK from October 3 to

Cornelius Cardew (1936 - 1981) was a British music composer, who worked as an assistant for Karlheinz Stockhausen for three years. Apparently, after assisting to concerts of John Cage and David Tudor he turned his research towards indeterminacy and composed his most famous piece, "Treatise"...

The Beauty of Indeterminacy. Graphic Scores from “Treatise” by...

Experimental music notation resources - Cornelius Cardew "Treatise".

As somebody with one foot in the visual art world and the other in sound world, I have always been interested in the experimental music notation strategies. Aside from the fact that these are often beautiful artifacts, I…

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Graphic Scores, a touring project

A special touring project inspired by called Graphic Scores is taking place in the UK from October 3 to

Cornelius Cardew (1936 - 1981) was a British music composer, who worked as an assistant for Karlheinz Stockhausen for three years. Apparently, after assisting to concerts of John Cage and David Tudor he turned his research towards indeterminacy and composed his most famous piece, "Treatise"...

The Beauty of Indeterminacy. Graphic Scores from “Treatise” by...

Treatise, Cornelius Cardew - The Beauty of Indeterminancy via Socks Studio

Cornelius Cardew: Treatise (p.140-165)  Performed by SYNTAX Ensemble:  Dmitry Shubin (piano) Nikolay Majevsky (flute) Antonina Pozdniakova (violin)  July 14, 2013, Experimental Sound Gallery (ESG-21), St.Petersburg.

Cornelius Cardew: Treatise Performed by SYNTAX Ensemble: Dmitry Shubin (piano) Nikolay Majevsky (flute) Antonina Pozdniakova (violin) July Experimental Sound Gallery St.

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