Re: Forwarded from the MAX list


Subject: Re: Forwarded from the MAX list
From: Chris Meloche (cmeloche@julian.uwo.ca)
Date: Sun May 09 1999 - 09:33:06 EDT


Kevin Austin <kaustin@vax2.concordia.ca> wrote:

>While conferences and concert producers call for works to be (prefered)
>less than 10 or 12 minutes, composers who work in larger blocks, will
>linger (and force others to linger longer) on the web. <<8-()>>>o*>>

As someone who often works in the format of pieces in the 6-hour range, I
can certainly identify with this statement. I think that the upcoming
diffusion of long-duration radiophonic works over the Web (co-ordinated by
members of the CEC) exempifies this point.

Cheers,
Chris
cmeloche@julian.uwo.ca
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