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The first half of the concert focuses on indeterminacy and includes pieces that are loosely designed to achieve unknown results.
One the one hand, Dorman explained, the concerto makes salient use of modern techniques, such as indeterminacy and disjointed tempi.
These are pages intended to catch the shape of a writer’s thoughts—the tome remains more of a notebook than a series of persuasive essays, with all the indeterminacy and occasional solipsism that form entails.
One of Blair’s defining qualities as a British politician was his indeterminacy: of place, of background, of ideology.
Influenced by transformative composers like Janacek, Bartok, Stravinsky and Schoenberg, Mr. Husa evolved from an early neo-Classical idiom through experiments with atonality, serialism, microtonality and indeterminacy to reach his distinctive style.
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