Noble, Alistair John
Morton Feldman's music has often been described as 'indeterminate', or even
assumed to have been generated by chance. In recent years, however, a number of
writers have shown through analysis that the organisation evident in many of
Feldman's works is quite detailed and sophisticated, although his compositional
methods and procedures are not always easy to reconstruct. The primary aim of this
dissertation is to investigate the design of Morton Feldman's music of the early 1950s
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