2010年06月03日

Earle Brown “Some Notes on Composing” (1963)より 

p.301

some of my works have used virtually no principle of order and coherence other than the fact that time goes on and dierent events take place --- and this can be said to create its own order.

p.303

These pieces (piano pieces and string quartet from 1950 to 1951) are in the standard notation and are to be performed as usual, but were written inan extremely rapid, direct, and intuitive manner. The entire piece would be sketched within a few minutes (relative frequency, intensities, durations, and contours), and then notated and “puncctuated” as music. There was an attempt to bring the time needed to compose the piece closer to the time needed to perform the piece. This “technique” of composition was very much influenced by the work of Jackson Pollock, and his manner of working, which I first remember seeing around 1949 or 1950.
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