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(On-re’ Poo-ser’) 1929–2009 Belgian composer During the 1950s and early 60s, Pousseur was at the forefront of the avant-garde, teaching at Darmstadt and working at the Studio di fonologia, Milan, with Berio and Maderna. Influenced, like many of his generation, by Webern, he nonetheless saw the composer’s importance as lying not in his serial ...

Source: Classical Music Encyclopedia, founding editor Stanley Sadie
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für Elektronische Musik, Cologne, established by Herbert Eimert in 1951; Studio di Fonologia, Milan, established in 1953 and used by many avant-garde composers including Berio, Pousseur, Nono and Cage; Institut de Recherche et de Coordination Acoustique/ Musique (IRCAM), Paris, established in 1976 under the direction of Boulez. Roberto Gerhard’s (1896–1970) Third Symphony (‘Collages’, 1960) ...

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including the Violin Concerto No. 2 (1992–95). Recommended Recording: Viola Concerto, Kim Kashkashian, Stuttgart CO (cond) Dennis Russell Davies (ECM) Introduction | Contemporary | Classical Personalities | Henri Pousseur | Contemporary | Classical ...

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transform them out of all recognition into pure ‘sound objects’. The highly ramified post-war developments in serial technique, led in Europe by Stockhausen, Pierre Boulez (b. 1925), Henri Pousseur (1929–2009) and Luigi Nono (1924–90), likewise aimed at an objective structural logic that, in large measure, would bypass considerations of personal taste and aesthetic preference. Darmstadt The summer ...

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