Listening to live concerts with contemporary composition is simply the most fun. And the past few days I had some opportunity to attend several performances. The day before yesterday, e.g. besides Mozart and Beethoven in Potsdam (Germany), a piece by Jörg Widmann,
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Here is a video of this modern piece to enjoy online:
Among various new ideas, Grainger introduced his so-called "free-music" theories. He believed that conformity with the traditional rules of set scales, rhythms and harmonic procedures amounted to "absurd goose-stepping", from which music should be set free. He demonstrated two experimental compositions of free music, performed initially by a string quartet and later by the use of electronic theremins. He believed that ideally, free music required non-human performance, and spent much of his later life developing machines to realise this vision.
A matter of taste.He was our band's singer.
...not to be arrogant but it looks like a lot of people listen to this...
...thanks for posting...!!!...