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RECORDINGS; Music That Switches Its Gaze, From Future to Past
They behave more like living beings, constantly in change, revealing new facets of themselves not only because of what fresh performers bring to them but also by virtue of their inner potential. As conditions around them alter, so they adapt. We can hear this happening with the music of the 's and 60's, which used to appear so abstract and remote but which now -- at a time when greater immediacy and expressivity are needed in art -- comes close and speaks intimately. When Stanley Kubrick wanted to produce an effect of future strangeness and eerie threat for the moon station of '','' he turned to music written just a few years before, in the early 60's, by Gyorgy Ligeti. Everything in it seemed to be aimed at disorienting the listener: the dissonances sustained long beyond any hope of resolution, the unplaceable sounds made by welded instrumental colors, the voices that jabbered to themselves, not to any audience.
San Francisco Polyphony
San Francisco polyphony