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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
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Music -- History and criticism.