Table of contents for Arcana II : musicians on music / edited by John Zorn.

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CONTENTS
	Preface
	John Zorn	v
	9	Chapter 1
		Reßections on
		Cross-Cultural Composition
		Christopher Adler
	Chapter 2
	Drawing Densities for Guitar
	Mick Barr	36
	38	Chapter 3
		Crossed Hands
		Borah Bergman
	Chapter 4
	Where Are We?; On Location
	Lisa Bielawa	40
	50	Chapter 5
		Theme and Variation
		Uri Caine
	Chapter 6
	The Lunation Cycle as a Point of
	Departure for Musical Ideas
	Steve Coleman	56
	62	Chapter 7
		The Extended Piano
		Sylvie Courvoisier
	Chapter 8
	Hyperrealism, Hyperdrama,
	Superperformers, and Open Palette
	Noah Creshevsky	66
	75	Chapter 9
		What Time Is
		Chris Dench
	Chapter 10
	Little Steps
	Dave Douglas	81
	86	Chapter 11
		For and Against Technique
		Trevor Dunn
	Chapter 12
	Process and Timbral
	Transformation in 16
	Jason Eckardt	93
	99	Chapter 13
		More Fun Than Capitalism:
		Me and WB in Nerdy-Sexy
		Commie-Girlieland
		Jewlia Eisenberg
	Chapter 14
	Fiddling with Sputnik:
	How I Wrote Lost Signals
	and Drifting Satellites
	Annie GosÞeld	104
	110	Chapter 15
		Book of Tono-Rhythmology
		Milford Graves
	Chapter 16
	Confessions of a Sensualist
	Carla Kihlstedt	118
	122	Chapter 17
		Secret Instruments,
		Secret Destinations
		Lukas Ligeti
	Chapter 18
	A Concept of Time
	Jos¿ Maceda	150
	161	Chapter 19
		"Micro-Ritmia":
		Hyper Human Music
		Ernesto Mart¿nez
	Chapter 20
	The Science of Finding
	Lawrence D. "Butch" Morris	169
	174	Chapter 21
		The Performing Director
		Jim O'Rourke
	Chapter 22
	Why 211?
	Evan Parker	191
	204	Chapter 23
		Nocturne Meditation:
		The Necklace Eternity
		Zeena Parkins
	Chapter 24
	Nine Prerequisites for Inspiration
	Maja Solveig Kjelstrup Ratkje	213
	219	Chapter 25
		Glitch
		Marina Rosenfeld
	Chapter 26
	The Challenge of "World" Music
	for the Creative Musician
	Ned Rothenberg	224
	242	Chapter 27
		Ruminations on Secret Chiefs 3
		Trey Spruance
	Chapter 28
	Tinnitus: An Occupational Hazard
	A Casualty on the BattleÞeld of Noise
	J.G. Thirlwell	258
	263	Chapter 29
		Crossover Melodies:
		The Formulation of a
		Compositional Methodology
		and a Personal Idiom
		Matthew Welch
	Chapter 30
	What is Music?
	Yamataka Eye	276
	278	About the Musicians
	Recommended Listening	290

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Music -- History and criticism.