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The Definitive Guide to Popular Music 4th ed. Retrieved December 20, Beyond such stylistic concerns the ear can take immediate delight in the way the work moves, how the sound surface glides across registers with subtle shifts in pace and atmospherea transformations in timbre.
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Atmosphères (Orchestra) (Study Score)
Retrieved November 18, In extreme contrast with Artikulationthe music has no voice, and its immense presences imply, perhaps as in the contemporary paintings of Mark Rothko, an overwhelming absence. Linked Data More info about Linked Data.
Scpre a copy in the library We were unable to get information about libraries that hold this item. Edward Seckerson of UK’s The Independent also described this segue as a “startling coup”  while Richard Morrison of the daily edition of The Times noted that “Jurowski even kept a beat going, to fool us Elsewhere in the work, and more usually, Ligetk achieves the sense of one uninterrupted sound mass by having his textures overlap with no clear divisions—entries are often to be imperceptible and extinctions gradual—or else by having one texture emerge out of another.
He also valued contrapuntal writing for its probity, for its traditional aura, and for its own sake: In an essay titled “Metamorphoses of Musical Form”,  Ligeti developed the concept of musical “permeability” according to which a musical structure is “permeable” if it allows a free choice of intervals and “impermeable” if not.
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June 1, by ASO. Oxford University Press, This was the first work Ligeti began after his time in the electronic atmospberes studio, and, as a composition of sounds and of layers of sounds, the score transfers to the orchestral plane an electronic manner of working.
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These things and others arrive and leave as if of themselves. Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours. The piece features “shimmering rapid vibratomultiple high glissandiwaves of string harmonics in different meters[and] notes moving along the same path but at different speeds”.
Modern Music and After. I love whatever is constructed. I just get the audio MP3 file, but the piece is too much complicated as to try to write it “on-the-fly”. It gained further exposure after being used in Stanley Kubrick’s film Webarchive template wayback links All articles with dead external links Articles with dead external links from October Articles with permanently dead external links.
Harald Kaufmann has described it as “acoustically standing still”, a stationary sound which has movement within it that is similar to breathing.
You may send this item to up to five recipients. Music of the Twentieth-Century Avant-Garde: Rhino Records Compact Disc, “. Ligeti had flung the door wide open to new worlds of sound and structure. Retrieved 18 November There is absolutely no discernible melody, harmony is reduced to the drifting of saturated chromatic clusters, and pulse – or any sense of normal rhythmical articulation – is entirely absent. The piece evokes a sense of timelessness in which the listener is lost in a web of texture and tonality.
This makes me feel a bit confused — I’m rather sure that there was an “edit” button somewhere in the forum pages Micropolyphony has its first great example here in a mirror canon in forty-eight parts, the twenty-eight violins moving in a downward direction while the twenty violas and cellos climb.