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Music International presenting: Evolution or Revolution


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A report on the music of our time.
"We can diminish the tendency in us for order. We can enjoy and enter into chaos." - John Cage (1967)
"I have a sneaky feeling that we're due for a return to tonality pretty soon." - Leonard Bernstein (1967)
"The public is going to decide." - Sir Michael Tippett (1967)

The first Brighton Festival opening today poses a number of questions about the immediate future of the arts. Music International surveys some of the more advanced trends in the musical world of today and tomorrow.
With examples of the work of Milton Babbitt, Luciano Berio, Pierre Boulez, John Cage, Olivier Messiaen, Karlheinz Stockhausen and others.
Introduced by Hans Keller.


Presenter: Hans Keller
Director: Anthony Wilkinson
Producer: Kenneth Corden

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Music International presenting: Evolution or Revolution

BBC Two England, 14 April 1967 21.30

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