Tempo goes from strength to strength

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Another new issue of Tempo drops through the door, and this one looks even more of a must-read than those before it. At last we have a substantial article on the music of Laurence Crane, here written by one of his long-time champions, Philip Thomas. Luke Nickel writes on collaboration and performance in Eliane Radigue’s Occam Ocean. And Martin Iddon contributes an essential and provocative article on Johannes Kreidler’s Fremdarbeit that casts it in an entirely new light.

Add to that a symposium on composition, performance and research, following on from John Croft’s much-read article ‘Composition is Not Research’ of last year; an interview with Anton Lukoszevieze; and the usual exemplary reviews section and you have quite an issue.

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