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LA MONTE YOUNG INTERVIEW 2003





SOURCE : : http://www.newmusicbox.org/articles/la-monte-young-and-marian-zazeela-at-the-dream-house/ (with texts, links and videos)

La Monte Young and Marian Zazeela at the Dream House
By Frank J. Oteri
From Wednesday, August 13, 2003 9:33 PM to Thursday, August 14, 2003 3:15 AM
Videotaped by Randy Nordschow ; Transcribed by Frank J. Oteri, Randy Nordschow, Amanda MacBlane and Rob Wilkerson
© 2003 La Monte Young & Marian Zazeela
© 2003 NewMusicBox

Read a complete transcript of the interview (240KB PDF)




 

1.

Anahata Nada and Long Sustained Tones



 

2.

Improvisation vs. Composition



 

3.

The Guru-Disciple Relationship



 

4.

The Evolution of The Well-Tuned Piano



 

5.

La Monte's Approach to the Piano



 

6.

The Theatre of Eternal Music



 

7.

Discipline and Relationships



 

8.

Pandit Pran Nath



 

9.

How to Learn



 

10.

On Minimalism



 

11.

Alternative Concert Venues



 

12.

The Experience of the Audience



 

13.

Funding Serious Art in Today's Climate



 

14.

The Record Business



 

15.

DVD



 

16.

The Tamburas of Pandit Pran Nath



 

17.

Working with Musicians and Orchestras



 

18.

The Sacred and the Profane



 

19.

Fluxus



 

20.

Piano Technique



 

21.

Singing Raga



 

22.

Future Interpreters



 

23.

Choosing Intervals



 

24.

Physical limitations of instruments



 

25.

Perceptibility



 

26.

Ragas Using Upper Primes ?



 

27.

Appreciation







   
   
   
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