sarah hennies: spectral malsconcities
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In modern experimental music, and especially among a number of musician-composers emerging in America during the Sixties, a fixation on process and awareness became a structural hallmark, exploring the gradual change of sonic materials, built environments, and the human body. In recent years, composer Sarah Hennies (b. 1979) is forging new paths of reduction and expansion...
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