Notebook I (1980/1—1982 — Denisov)/101—150

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The Notebook I (1980/1—1982)/101—150[1]
written by Edison Denisov (1929—1996)
Русская музыка/Russian music. Translated from Russian by D. Smirnov-Sadovsky & Richard Shaw. Source: Denisov MS.
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Notebook I (1980/1—1982 — Denisov)/101—150

101.
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102.
[2]
103.
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104.
[2]
105.
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106.
[2]
107.
[2]
108.
[2]
109.
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110.
My compositions also contain their own symbolism[2]
114.
The basic feature of Shostakovich is a continuous irritation[3].
125.
The type of Bach’s thinking increases hastiness of writing[4].
130.
Intervallic material, lying at the basis of a series, must always be natural. Its cells must possess the ability to live and to be developed independently, as the branches of an integrated tree[5].



With my special thanks to Ekaterina Denisova-Bruggeman for the copy of manuscript of the Denisov’s ‘Notes’ (DS).

Notes

  1. Denisov’s notebooks contain 658 aphorisms, penned between 1980 and 1995. They were published in Russian by Valeria Tsenova in ‘Neizvestnyi Denisov’ (Unknown Denisov), Moscow, Kompozitor, 1997, but with many abridgments.
  2. 2,0 2,1 2,2 2,3 2,4 2,5 2,6 2,7 2,8 2,9 ‘Unknown Denisov’, p. 45.
  3. Omitted in ‘Unknown Denisov’.
  4. ‘Unknown Denisov’, p. 46.
  5. ‘Unknown Denisov’, p. 46.


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