Originally Posted by Kubalivre
What does it matter that Grisey, to name specific names, is one of the most polished composers of the latter part of the 20th century? Nothing; you did well on turning off a piece of music spanning 40 minutes after the first two because you disagree with its premises... even though you admit the premises do not count.
Grisey is who? According to YOU?? Read your lectures to someone else. It's not obligatory to share your views.
Like I said - no matter what hokum theory is advanced for the composition of this piece, it remains simply a series of notes. Rhythmically this music is primitive, and could have been written in the C17th.
I'm glad you like it. I hope you enjoy it more.
You're now on my Ignore list. There's nothing you have to say that I can benefit from. Nothing.
I don't force or expect others to share my views, and I am not as rude and infantile as you are.