The New York Times: Celebrating the Birthday of an Avant-Garde Hotbed

publikováno: 13.5.2016

If you were an avant-garde composer about a half-century ago, the answer to the question of where you’d spent your summer vacation was, more likely than not, unassuming Darmstadt, Germany. Established in 1946 in that small city near Frankfurt was a warm-weather music course that proved peerlessly influential, a hotbed of experimentalism that incubated works by Boulez, Stockhausen, Cage and many others. >>>

Zachary Woolfe
The New York Times

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