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What Has Lachenmann Done With My Mozart?! A Note on Whatever Is Recorded on the Tape in Accanto

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In Accanto, Helmut Lachenmann used one of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's last works--his clarinet concerto--as the background, alongside which he placed his own musical material; hence, the title Accanto. In my article, I discuss some other and less manifest ways in which the piece explores the tenuous connection between musical present and past.
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Keywords: Clarinet; Conventions; Listening; Mozart; Orchestra

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2004-09-01

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