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JOSEF TAL

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Concerto for piano and electronic tape first performance In this country
The piano played by THE COMPOSER who writes:
In this Piano Concerto the traditional orchestral accompaniment is replaced by a sound tape upon which the music has been electronically recorded. The electronic process does not produce sounds richer than those of the traditional orchestra, but opens up new possibilities in the construction of musical motifs free of standard formulae. It is obvious that the strange picture presented by the electronic figurations may clash with the aesthetic conception of beauty based on traditional western culture. Against this, electronic music can form a bridge to oriental ideas of micro-tone-scales and complex time-patterns.

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