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Lecture 8

VPMB82 Lecture 8

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Department
Music and Culture
Course
VPMB82H3
Professor
Ken Mc Leod
Semester
Winter

Description
VPMB82 Lecture 8Marcel Duchampartist not musicianeveryday object loses its functional purpose and play a different role once it is put in a museumsuggests that intentionality distinguishes music from noiseChance Aleatoric Music 1950srandom processtype of music is played based on rolling dice and drawing cardsplay as fast as you can for a period of timedifferent sound produced for each personno predetermined system of tonality or atonalityspontaneityJohn Cage 19121992studied with Schoenberguse of prepared pianofamous work included Burning Piano which involves randomnessuse of I ChingCages Sonatas and Interludes Sonata V p 539not based on random processeach prepared piano sounds differentlyexotic favour sounds like a GamelonCages Music of Changes Book I p 546genre aleatoric chance composition for pianomus
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