Subject: Re: The Youth Tag
From: Anomalous Records Eric (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Jul 30 1999 - 12:49:57 EDT
At 8:32 AM -0400 7/30/99, KEVIN AUSTIN wrote:
> Wasn't Gordon Mumma someone who didn't even go to school
>>for his music?
>Born, 1935), he studied french horn and piano (49-52) and
>theory/composition (U of Mich) (52-53); co-founded the Ann Arbor Studio
>(58-66), co-directed the ONCE Festival (60-68); was an acoustics research
>assistant (62-63). Published in SOURCE.
>He was at one time an "emerging" artist, but, IMV, rather clearly was not
>so by the age of 35.
I must have been thinking of someone else then, sorry.
But anyhow, I think there are people out there out who are considered
emerging (at least by peers), consider bernhard gunter who got a mention at
PAE, who is over 35 but not gone through schools to learn all this stuff.
But that sort of decision making begins to get too arbitrary and hard to
apply rules to not allow it to get out of hand. Maybe better to limit
something based on the first time they applied. Five years after their
first application, they are not longer emerging.
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