Xenakis


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Xenakis

(zɛˈnɑːkɪs; Greek ksɛˈnakis)
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(Biography) Yannis (ˈjanis). 1922–2001, Greek composer and musical theorist, born in Romania: later a French citizen. He was noted for his use of computers in composition: his works include ST/10-1, 080262 (1962) and Dox-orkh (1991)
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Xenakis later included this article as a new chapter in the revised edition of Formalized Music (New York: Pendragon, 1992), 268-76.
Lo medular --realmente asombroso, al considerarlo auditivamente-- de lo compuesto por Xenakis abarca un periodo y sector delimitados con claridad que comprenden: Metastasis (1953-4) para orquesta; Pithoprakta (1955-6) para orquesta de cuerda con trombones y percusion; Achorripsis (1958) para 21 instrumentos, y Herma (1960-64) para piano solo.
The first part, Publications, includes texts on the music of Greek French composer Iannis Xenakis, Greek composer Jani Christou, and on Japanese music.
Playmen are the producers and remixers Pavlos Manolis and Lefteris Xenakis, who found out at the age of 19 that they shared a passion for electronic music.
Her husband, Vincent "Smoochie" Xenakis, picked upon his entire life until he is accused of the murder and then becomes an aggressive individual.
Es notoria su pasion por la gran musica del siglo XX: Schoenberg, Bartok, Messiaen, Xenakis .
Drawing on a variety of genres for examples, each chapter explains musical topics first, such as rhythm, music theory, sound, tuning and temperament, musical group theory, change ringing, 12-tone music, and modern mathematical music by Steve Reich, Peter Maxwell Davies, and Iannis Xenakis, then related math concepts like geometric series and sequences, fractions, rational and irrational numbers, and multiplication tables.
First we heard Keren, for solo trombone, by the legendary Iannis Xenakis.
1925) and Iannis Xenakis (1921-2001) are exponents of this period.
He also encountered serialism at the Domaine Musical concerts, the musique concrete of Pierre Schaeffer and Pierre Henry, and the work of Iannis Xenakis, which inspired his early compositions.