Coriun Aharonian (Uruguay Section). Could we begin asking what and why? It is not necessary to go over the history of the ISCM since its creation, to state firmly. Download Citation on ResearchGate | On Sep 1, , Eduardo Herrera and others published The Uruguayan composer Coriun Aharonian: Music, ideology. Coriún Aharonián (Q). Uruguayan composer. Coriun Aharonian. edit Coriún Aharonian. retrieved. 9 October place of birth · Montevideo.

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Coriún Aharonián

October 13, at Even the evolutionist career is fundamentally a Western European illness. But he was not alone, of course.

Chan, – and also in being back in time for the busses that took us to the other concerts. But at least from an unconventional point of coeiun, it was unbelievable how many unaccustomed concert styles and places, frequent occurences of long durations, rich lighting effects and ‘dramatic’ use of changing spaces and accoustics there were in many of the concerts. An ISCM festival cannot be a matter of show-business.

So, when we are organising a festival of contemporary art music, or just making contemporary art music, we are taking these unavoidable characteristics as a point of departure. Ahronian Thi Nguyen How can I ask for procedures to become a member? Another impressive point was that from each of the first 8 decades of our century 3 to 7 good works were performed 23 composers, 26 works34 works from the ‘s, and from the present decade no less than 85 works were done 8 from !

Nobody is obliged either to fill in the requisites of the old international organisation if he or she feels that they are not suitable corriun adequate to his or her own aharonkan. Berg were added, and 14 contemporary composers including the famous M.

The unpleasant cuts during the opening concert, which happened because the conductor of the Essen Philharmonic fell ill, became a ‘prophecy’ that some new technical problems would arise! Each composer chosen must have in it a concise biography on music and career developments, point of view, date and place of birth death and citizenship.

Though only 4 of the German works internationally chosen were done, 4 were changed and 3 were thrown out, 7 wonderful, old German-Austrians from Mozart to A. Out of 16 chamber music works only 6 were performed.


Coruun must be cleared up once and for all: When people in charge of organising an ISCM event feel themselves free to make a capricious programme-planning which reflects their own and personal obsessions, something is wrong in their attitude, and, fundamentally, in their real relation with the spirit from which the ISCM was born. The fact that these three works – Chaya Czernowin’s foriun, Jo Kondo’s ‘A Shape of Time’, Peter Eotvos’ ‘Psychokosmos’ – were good enough as music, and that the public enjoyed their expression and style, proves that the Essen Committee was wrong not to use the other works chosen.

There is no serious possibility of sustaining such an absurd presentation of facts.

Pages of scores, composers’ and performers’ pictures, and even some paintings ‘parallel’ to ahraonian music styles, should also be included in it! This year the program book which was, apart from six nice opening ‘preludes’, completely in German, and was visually nice and also meaningful in its concerts’ aaharonian, was quite far from perfect aharonoan all the above-mentioned ideals and caused many problems for non-Germans!

The train timetable caused problems in being on time for the attractive ‘Matines Electroniques’ in a good hall in the Folkwang Hochschule – in which the excellent, resourceful ‘overture’ was ‘Unknown Journey’ by Joshuha K. But once the permission has been asked to the ISCM for the building up of one or another World Music Days, it is obvious that both sides are obliged to accomplish the written rules and – especially – the spirit of those rules.

Good and in almost complete contrast to the former technical details, were the technically great successes with extremely complicated and unusual use of spaces, lights, acoustics in the six out anaronian eight very long symphonic concerts, and also in quite a few of the chamber concerts, which were performed, generally, on a high level. These considerations were evidently not clear to the organisers of the World Music Days in Essen in june-july One or more concerts was cancelled, and ‘Epitaphs’ by Albanian T.

WHAT ARE WE DOING? – Coriun Aharonian | ISCM

To attract new corjun, some street and park concerts should also be produced, as well as concerts in all types of museums. One of the main aims of those who gave money to aharohian festival was to develop the ‘Ruhrgebiet’ into a European cultural center. The fact that many of these places factory buildings, some of which compete with the beauty of churches and have very special acoustics were not traditional concert halls, probably helped to attract anew type of listener to go to these contemporary music concerts, thus fulfilling a major ISCM aim!


Full concerts of improvisations and even just as parts of normal concerts might also attract new audiences! The poster of the festival was itself a gay manifesto. And because there is proof that young students naturally understand the music of their own generation the Cologne Hochschule was a good example in the ISCM festivalthey should be asked ajaronian perform music by their friends and teachers!

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November 27, at It was unbelievable that the Viennese KlangForum’s instruments and the parts to the scores did not arrive in time for their concert. Let us hope that the above-mentioned ideals, and of course even more ideals, can be realised soon!!! So, nobody has the right to use it for this purpose. Since I have heard many contemporary operas in German opera houses like Berlin, Hamburg, Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Munich and Cologne, and also enjoyed ballets with modern music in them and in Pina Bausch’s Wuppertal Dance Theatre, I was astonished that none of them were invited to this festival!

Another positive point was that, although not all the international guests liked all the ‘Mini-Minimalistic’ works that were recommended by the international jury, the Essen committee’s choice put a big accent on this style aharoniam too ahaonian was K.

Real perfection will be achieved when all of the ISCM membersl as well as ‘poorer’, non-member countries are included!