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Re: electronic music pioneers
Title: Re: electronic music pioneers
At 9:19 PM -0500 2/9/05, Timothy Mungenast wrote:
Man, Richard, you've known some heavy
It comes from being really old and hanging around where the
interesting people are.
Regarding books about great out-there
music, had I already mentioned the '60s tome "New Directions
Could that be "New Directions in Music" by David Cope?
The first edition was 1971. We used that as a text in a new music
class I took in Santa Cruz in '75. I have the second edition,
published in 1976 (it's now in its seventh edition).
David Cope is one of the hardest working men in akademia. He has
written music in many styles and written many books about music. A
friend of mine who studied with him at UCSC said he was an excellent
teacher. When Cope hit a creative block a few years ago he wrote a
series of computer programs to analyze and compose music in many
styles, and of course he wrote a series of books about the
Richard Zvonar, PhD