From: smoke navigator <gato@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 24 Sep 1997 22:43:31
>As for sources, I found "of the refrain" from Milles Plateaux a
>delightful and sensitive excursion, very provocative. About these early
>EM composers (pre-Wishart/Smalley), I might suggest any early (pre-'Opera')
>articles by Stockhausen, also Formalized Music (Xenakis), maybe some
>Are there other Deleuze writings on music?
er, i don't follow much of what you're talking about, being rather ignorant
of the composers of which you write--but the name boulez rang a bell. i
remember borrowing 'boulez on music today' from the library when following
up a footnote in 'nomadology'. it was interesting, but as i'm still in the
throes of learning the terminology (and boulez' writing style is rather
similar, as least to my unacademic eye, to deleuze) i didn't get much out
of it. then again, i'm a drummer. i prefer to draw my lines of flight with
drumsticks and brushes.