Klett-Cotta-Verlag Psychology
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Improvisation als Rettungsanker?


Oktober 2016, 20. Jahrgang, Heft 80, pp 5-14



Abstract
Improvisation as a Lifeline? – There has scarcely been a phase in recent music history when New Music and popular music came closer to each other than in the years between 1962 and 1969. The medium of communication was improvisation. Jazz was defined from its inception as an art of improvisation. Improvisation made its way into art music through the initiative of Karlheinz Stockhausen: his project of an Intuitive Music drew on Hesse’s Glass Bead Game and Heidegger’s Off the Beaten Track, whereas Vinko Globokar’s improvisation group active at the same time in Paris was more influenced by existentialism. The attempt to ›europeanize‹ improvisation, however, was thwarted by the contradiction between Stockhausen’s collective approach and Globokar’s subjectivism. After their last joint concert in Darmstadt in 1969, this conjunction was abandoned and they both returned to traditional composition.

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