Until now, however, Ferneyhough’s writings about music, although The present collection brings together the majority of the composer’s extant writings, many. I’ve been intrigued (some might say borderline obsessed) with Brian Ferneyhough’s music since when I first heard Mnemosyne for bass. : Brian Ferneyhough: Collected Writings (Contemporary Music Studies) () and a great selection of similar New, Used and.
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Want to Read saving…. By the end of the first couple of essays I felt Dollected was already understanding Ferneyhough’s philosophy of composition and music on a much deeper level.
Overall, this is an incredible collection and provides the reader with lots of insight to a brilliant composer whose sound world and compositional process is often misunderstood.
Brian Ferneyhough: Collected Writings
You also may like to try some of these bookshopswhich may or may not sell this item. Reverberations is a catch-all page for everything that doesn’t fit into a neat and tidy box of blog posts and interviews.
So, I felt it was best to just start at the beginning and read to the end what a novel idea, right? Music — 20th century — History and criticism. It just might change your mind about the man and his music.
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These 14 locations in All: These 2 locations in New South Wales: The composer Brian Ferneyhough, in famous for his ultra-complex scores that cannot be realized entirely but drive performers to new levels of wriitngs, is an astute commentator both on his own music and that of others. Found at these bookshops Searching – please wait Skip to content Skip to search. InJames Boros and Richard Toop oversaw the publication of this volume of Collected Writings, translating into English a number of items that had been published in foreign journals.
References to this book “Die luft van anderem planeten”: Octipi rated it it was amazing Jan 01, University of Wollongong Library. Johnathon is currently reading it Jul 18, writtings Brandon added it Jan 16, View online Borrow Buy Freely available Show 0 more links Add a tag Cancel Modernism music. I read this a while back.
Marcy added it Aug 01, This single location in Tasmania: Mar 24, Christopher rated it really liked it. Ihsan marked it as to-read Jun 14, Alex rated it liked it Feb 18, Ariel marked it as to-read Mar 08, Given the fact that his music is being heard with increasing frequency both on CDs and at new music festivals throughout the world, it is somewhat of an understatement to say that Brian Ferneyhough’s reputation as a composer is certainly not in need of bolstering.
Ferneyhough argues that it is not the job to impose on the student, but to engage with them through discourse and let the student find his or her own compositional voice, talent and know-how. Max rated it really liked it Oct 18, Alex Huddleston rated it it was amazing Jan 10, Together, the writings provide a fascinating and engaging means of insight into the workings of the mind of a composer whose output could be regarded as one of the most significant of this century.
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Account Options Sign in. Subjects Ferneyhough, Brian, — Interviews. Some interesting stuff in it, but. Return to Book Page. Public Private login e. University of Western Australia Library.