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Minimalism Composers List of Best Minimalism Artists/Groups.
Terry Riley Classical music, Contemporary classical music, Minimal music. Philip Glass Opera, Classical music, Contemporary classical music. Steve Reich Opera, Chamber music, Contemporary classical music. nikita-sukhikh added Arvo Pärt Contemporary classical music, Minimal music. chris-thomas added Henryk Górecki Sacred music, Classical music, Minimal music.
Minimalistische muziek Wikipedia.
1 Herkomst van de term minimal music. 3 Beschrijving van minimal music. 4 Huidige minimal music. 5 Zie ook. 6 Externe links. Herkomst van de term minimal music bewerken. De term minimal music is afgeleid van het concept minimalisme, dat bekend was uit de schilderkunst en beeldhouwkunst.
BBC Music A minimal guide to minimalism.
Minimalism is a branch of modern classical music developed in New York in the early 1960s by composers such as Reich, Philip Glass and Terry Riley. As the name suggests, it involves stripping down music to its bare essentials and beyond to focus on its pure sonic power rather than anything it might evoke or represent. Initially, minimal music was characterised as droney and hypnotic or cold and repetitive to its detractors but the style has proved remarkably durable and popular, frequently infecting the mainstream, with the likes of Reich, Glass, John Adams and Michael Nyman enjoying long careers.
Minimalist music: where to start Classic FM.
Avant-garde composers wrote parody pieces designed to poke fun at the elitist musical establishment. Composers like Schoenberg and Boulez stripped away the idea of harmony and wrote music according to mathematical principles. Now the musical slate had been wiped clean and the rule book had been thrown out the window, a group of American composers started to rebuild classical music from its foundations, and Minimalism was born.
Minimal Music, Most Important Pieces Douwe Eisenga: Maximal Music.
Film music composers like Danny Elfman, gratefully use techniques of Minimal Music. In pop music, the influence of minimal music is enormous. Tubular Bells by Mike Oldfield would not have been there without the influence of composers like Terry Riley, Philp Glass and Steve Reich.
Minimal music Wikipedia.
Michael Nyman, writing in the preface of Mertens book refers to the style as so" called minimal music" Mertens 1983, 8. The" term minimal music is generally used to describe a style of music that developed in America in the late 1960s and 1970s; and that was initially connected with the composers La Monte Young, Terry Riley, Steve Reich, and Philip Glass" Sitsky 2002, 361.
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Other composers whose works have been described as precedents to minimalism include.: Jakob van Domselaer, whose early-20th century experiments in translating the theories of Piet Mondrian s De Stijl movement into music represent an early precedent to minimalist music. Alexander Mosolov, whose orchestral composition Iron Foundry 1923 is made up of mechanical and repetitive patterns.
Who are some great minimalist composers similar to Terry Riley, Philip Glass, etc? Quora.
Going back several centuries, Medieval and early renaissance choral music bears some similarities. In particular, Leonin and Perotin, two Twelfth Century French composers, have been cited as influences despite the paucity of surviving music from them. People who came somewhat afterwards.:
Minimal music: six key composers Minimalism Unwrapped Time Out Music. icon-chevron-right.
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