The Listener's Contribution. Composing according to Joachim Brackx
(Mark Delaere) The Low Countries - 2006, № 14, pp. 290-292
Although experimental music only arrived in Flanders half a century after the successes of Charles Ives and Erik Satie, it has since then achieved an impressive record of accomplishments. This is to no small extent thanks to the Stichting Logos from Ghent, which, under the inspiring direction of Godfried-Willem Raes, has spurred on many young composers to respond critically to the traditional organisation of concerts. One of these young people is Joachim Brackx (1975-), who, in spite of his age, has already attracted attention as an original and sensitive composer. Brackx could be called the embodiment of a New Music, in which the composer mainly asks questions about the activity of the listener.
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