Emmerson, Simon

2001c

Pentes: A Conversation with Denis Smalley

Diffusion. September 2001. London: Sonic Arts Network: 1-6.

Language(s): English

Keyword(s):

Discourse within Electroacoustic Music

Abstract:

In this article, an edited version of a transcription of a conversation, Denis Smalley discusses the formative listening experiences that took him into the electroacoustic domain, and the composition of his work Pentes (1974); including his techniques, approaches to material, and the role of pitch.

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