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Ma is an ancient Japanese concept concerning space and time, which literally means "interval" or "gap" in Japanese. It is a beautiful and philosophically nuanced word, which carries the implication of movements within silence or "empty" spaces. In a polarized world where differences are often the focal point, Kawamura's program seeks to highlight similarities between seemingly contrasting compositions by Joseph Haydn, Lei Liang, Katharina Rosenberger, Toru Takemitsu, and Iannis Xenakis by uncovering the inherent ma-like structures contained within music from outside of Japan's sphere of influence.
Ma is an ancient Japanese concept concerning space and time, which literally means "interval" or "gap" in Japanese. It is a beautiful and philosophically nuanced word, which carries the implication of movements within silence or "empty" spaces. In a polarized world where differences are often the focal point, Kawamura's program seeks to highlight similarities between seemingly contrasting compositions by Joseph Haydn, Lei Liang, Katharina Rosenberger, Toru Takemitsu, and Iannis Xenakis by uncovering the inherent ma-like structures contained within music from outside of Japan's sphere of influence.
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Ma is an ancient Japanese concept concerning space and time, which literally means "interval" or "gap" in Japanese. It is a beautiful and philosophically nuanced word, which carries the implication of movements within silence or "empty" spaces. In a polarized world where differences are often the focal point, Kawamura's program seeks to highlight similarities between seemingly contrasting compositions by Joseph Haydn, Lei Liang, Katharina Rosenberger, Toru Takemitsu, and Iannis Xenakis by uncovering the inherent ma-like structures contained within music from outside of Japan's sphere of influence.
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