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The Music of Stockhausen 1951-1981 By John E. ZAMMITPACE
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This is a brief on some works of the composer Karlheinze Stockhausen, from 1951 to 1981.
The Music of Stockhausen 1951-1981 By John E. ZAMMITPACE
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This is a brief on some works of the composer Karlheinze Stockhausen, from 1951 to 1981.
The Music of Stockhausen 1951-1981 By John E. ZAMMITPACE
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This book originated from an M.Phil (Master of Philosophy) thesis by John E. ZAMMITPACE.
The Music of Stockhausen 1951-1981 By John E. ZAMMITPACE
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This book originated from an M.Phil (Master of Philosophy) thesis by John E. ZAMMITPACE.
DRUGBUST ON THE HIGH SEAS By Walter von Stockhausen
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Short story based on the largest maritime drugbust in US history in May of 2001 on the Svesda Maru, a Japanese built fishing trawler with a Russian/Ukrainian crew, registered in Belize. This drugbust... More > by the US Coastguard was made possible by the close cooperation with US Customs and DOD. The search lasted a week but the USCG finally outsmarted the Russian/Ukrainian crew. The story also depict the lives of two young men on opposing sides in this story, where their lives crossed each other during this drugbust.< Less
DRUGBUST ON THE HIGH SEAS By Walter von Stockhausen
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Short story based on the largest maritime drugbust in US history in May of 2001 on the Svesda Maru, a Japanese built fishing trawler with a Russian/Ukrainian crew, registered in Belize. This drugbust... More > by the US Coastguard was made possible by the close cooperation with US Customs and DOD. The search lasted a week but the USCG finally outsmarted the Russian/Ukrainian crew. The story also depict the lives of two young men on opposing sides in this story, where their lives crossed each other during this drugbust.< Less
Poesie (2001-2007) By Conny Stockhausen
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La primavera è arrivata in autunno, di Conny Stockhausen. Finalista Premio Carver 2004. Seconda Edizione. www.connystockhausen.com
Foliage By Elliott Sharp
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With Foliage, composer and conceptualist Elliott Sharp presents both the score to a graphic composition open for any orchestration and a visual work. As Sharp describes it: “The roots of this... More > project lie in my desire to depict the musical processes at play in my Inner Ear and to use them as performance strategies for their realization by any musician.” But Foliage is a piece of retinal art as much as it is an instruction set for sound: form and function interlocked. Each individual page is complete in itself, some more simple, others not so. One may also look at the pages as sequences and sub-sequences – when quickly scrolled, they become animations. All have been created through multiple layers of processing. The result is a manifestation of an internal synesthesia that is the translation of thought, emotion, and process from one part of the spectrum to another. Includes a written Introduction by Sharp and a Forward by media artist Christian Marclay.< Less
Aesthetics and 911 By Neil Pickup
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Two essays on the nature of perception and its management. Aesthetics and 911 explores the alleged Stockhausen comment and considers a temporal distance and re imagening. Dionysian Zen questions... More > taste and perception in the light of Daniel Dennets multiple drafts model.< Less
Aesthetics and 911 By Neil Pickup
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Two essays on the nature of perception and its management. Aesthetics and 911 explores the alleged Stockhausen comment and considers a temporal distance and re imagening. Dionysian Zen questions... More > taste and perception in the light of Daniel Dennets multiple drafts model.< Less