Quirex_Piranha

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"Improvisation is the art of becoming sound. It is the only art in which a human being can and must become the music he or she is making. It is the art of constant, attentive and dangerous living in every moment. It is the art of stepping outside of time, disappearing in it, becoming it. It is both the fine art of listening and responding and the more refined art of silence. It is the only musical art where the entire "score" is merely the self and the others, and the space and moment where and when this happens. Improvisation is the only musical art which is predicated entirely on human trust and love. .."

Alvin Curran - 1995

"...Radio, gramophone, and film have made availible a boundless surfeit of music. Here, perhaps the frightful expression 'consumption of music' really does apply after all.
For perhaps this continuous tinkle, regardless of whether anyone anyone wants to hear it or not, whether anyone can take it in, whether anyone can us it, will lead to a state where all music has been consumed, worn out."

Arnold Schönberg, Style & Idea - 1946

"What has happened is -- now you all have to turn your brains around -- the greatest work of art there has ever been. That minds could achieve something in one act, which we in music cannot even dream of, that people rehearse like crazy for ten years, totally fanatically for one concert, and then die.

This is the greatest possible work of art in the entire cosmos. Imagine what happened there. There are people who are so concentrated on one performance, and then 5000 people are chased into the Afterlife, in one moment. This I could not do. Compared to this, we are nothing as composers...

Imagine this, that I could create a work of art now and you all were not only surprised, but you would fall down immediately, you would be dead and you would be reborn, because it is simply too insane. Some artists also try to cross the boundaries of what could ever be possible or imagined, to wake us up, to open another world for us."

Karlheinz Stockhausen, Hamburg 2003
on the 9/11 attacks


"I have nothing to say

and I am saying it

and that is poetry."

- John Cage



"Art, and, above all, music, has a fundamental function, which is to catalyze the sublimation that it can bring about through all means of expression. It must aim through fixations which are landmarks, to draw one towards a total exaltation in which the individual mingles, losing his consciousness in a truth immediate, rare, enormous, and perfect. If a work of art succeeds in this undertaking even for a single moment, it attains its goal."

Iannis Xenakis, Formalized Music: Thought and Mathematics in Composition - 1992

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