ERSPECTIVES OF NEW MUSIC
is directed to a readership consisting of
composers, performers, scholars, and all others interested in any kind
of contemporary music. Published material includes theoretical
research, analyses, technical reports, position papers by composers,
sociological and philosophical articles, interviews, reviews, and, for
special purposes, short musical scores or other creative productions.
Volume 57, Nos. 1 & 2
Perspectives on and around
Guest editors: Scott Gleason, Chris Stover, and Jason Yust
Contributors include: Chris Stover, Robert Morris, Áine Heneghan, Andrew Mead, Jonathan W. Bernard, Lynne Rogers, Elizabeth Hoffman, Tom Baker, Elaine R. Barkin, Brad Osborn, Orit Hilewicz,
Gary W. Don, Benjamin Boretz, Scott Gleason, Patrick Nickleson, Jacques Rancière, Christian Asplund, John Roeder, Jason Yust, Guerino Mazzola, David Kant and Larry Polansky, Luigi Verdi, and Carlton Gamer.
50 Years of Innovation
Volume 50 (2012) was mailed to subscribers in January 2013.
This special Golden Anniversary Double Issue, vol. 50 nos. 1&2, features:
- A History of Perspectives, as told in many interviews and essays by people
who have been involved at some time during the past 50 years;
- A special feature on Karlheinz Stockhausen.