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Redefining coherence : interaction and experience in new music, 1985-1995

@inproceedings{Hutchinson2012RedefiningC,
  title={Redefining coherence : interaction and experience in new music, 1985-1995},
  author={Mark A. Hutchinson},
  year={2012}
}
This thesis presents an analytical exploration of a number of works from 1985 to 1995, many of which have not previously received detailed attention. Although they stem from quite varied stylistic and aesthetic backgrounds, all these pieces are situated in a particular position within the tradition of Western art music: they show an approach which is neither ‘avant-garde’ in its commitment to continual formal and technical novelty, nor clearly associated with any other existing compositional… Expand
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