/reading — Karlheinz Stockhausen: Towards a Cosmic Music

Twentieth Century music’s grandest fruitcake, Stockhausen was a fascinating figure: miles out of the musical mainstream but not a member of the avant-garde elite either.

http://bowblog.com/reading/2011/09/karlheinz-stockhausen-towards-a-cosmic-music/

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