Xenakis

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Constantin Xenakis - Selected Solo Exhibitions
... 1969 "Espace a Reflexion", Xenakis, Gette, Sodertalje Konsthall, Sweden, One Man Show, Environment, Catalogue in Swedish, texts, Yona Friedman, Marcel Marceau, Eje Hogestatt, G ... Xenakis. 1970 "Constantin Xenakis", Malmö Museum, Sweden, One Man Show, Environment-Action, Catalogue in Swedish and in French, text, C ...
Herma (Xenakis) - Further Reading
... and Architectural Concepts Manifested in Iannis Xenakis's Piano Music, dissertation, University of Texas ... Xenakis His Life in Music, Routledge ... Xenakis and the Performer, Tempo 112 (1975), 17–22 ...
Xenakis - Other Uses
... Xenakis Ensemble, a Dutch ensemble dedicated to the performance of contemporary classical music This page or section lists people with the surname Xenakis, Xenakes (Ξενάκης) ...
Herma (Xenakis)
... is a piece for solo piano composed by Iannis Xenakis in 1961 ... a formulation of the algebraic equations of Boolean algebra, and is also an example of what Xenakis called symbolic music ... It was composed after a visit to Japan in 1961, where Xenakis befriended pianist and composer Yuji Takahashi ...
Kraanerg
... is a piece of music for 23 instruments and 4-channel analog tape composed by Iannis Xenakis, originally for a ballet with choreography by Roland Petit and set design by Victor Vasarely ... The title, by Xenakis, is an imaginary compound of the Greek-originating stems kraan (κρααν) and erg (εργ), meaning accomplished act ... on a scale never before attempted by humanity." The program was left up to Xenakis, and he chose to avoid any narrative or story the abstract modernistic character of the ballet was to be underscored by Vasarely's ...