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Mailman's recent writings on temporal dynamic form ("Trajectory, Material, Process, and Flow in Robert Morris's String Quartet Arc," Perspectives of New Music 52, no.
"What's the Use of the Twelve-Tone System?" Perspectives of New Music 35, no.
3, see James Wierzbicki, "Reflections on Rochberg and 'Postmodernism,' " Perspectives of New Music 45, no.
See Jay Reise, 'Rochberg the Progressive', Perspectives of New Music, 19, 2 (1981):396-407.
Writing about Music (nationalism, American idioms, folk pentatonic scales, rhythms of small note values, the boredom of most commercial music and experiences as co-editor of the periodical Perspectives of New Music); III.
(11) While at Tanglewood, Xenakis was in contact with the editors of the Perspectives of New Music and was very interested in contributing articles to this new, receptive, American audience.
Nonetheless, most of the essays in this volume, culled from the pages of the journal Perspectives of New Music and written by composers as well as theorists, grapple bravely with just such questions.
He has published extensively on these topics, including articles in Journal of Music Theory, Music Theory Spectrum, Music Analysis, Perspectives of New Music, and Journal of the American Musicological Society.
"A Similarity Index for Pitch-Class Sets." Perspectives of New Music 18/1-2 (Fall-Winter/Spring-Summer): 445-60.
Robert Schwartz, "Steve Reich: Music as a Gradual Process: Part I," Perspectives of New Music 19, nos.
(2.) I quote the most important ones: Agostino Di Scipio, "Compositional Models in Xenakis's Electroacoustic Music," Perspectives of New Music 36 no.
Schnittke, and Gubaidulina here as we would find in any issue of, say, Perspectives of New Music or Music Analysis.