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Approximately two hundred leaves of Luigi Nono's sketches from 1946 to 1951 demonstrate that he was well schooled in the teachings of Paul Hindemith, a theorist and composer whose outlook and musical inclinations would seem to be altogether different from those of the younger musician. To be...
Luigi Nono's Canti di vita e d'amore represents a moment of stylistic shift in the composer's output, and also a change in his political commitments. As Nono's political commitments shifted from a kind of Left idealism to more immediate forms of social activism, so his composition turned from...
Traditional methods of stylistic analysis may be useful for delimiting repertories and musical genres on the basis of common features, but they have proved inadequate to the task of distinguishing between general style traits that a composer may choose to cultivate and the compositional voice...
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