1. Personae / Acknowledgments
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  2. Joël-François Durand
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  4. DOI: 10.1353/pnm.2006.0053
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  1. Benjamin Boretz and Perspectives of New Music
  2. John Rahn
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  1. Meta-Variations and the Art of Engaging Music
  2. Marianne Kielian-Gilbert
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  4. DOI: 10.1353/pnm.2006.0051
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  2. Joël-François Durand
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  1. UN(-) Ravelled, or, the Hidden Dragon
  2. John Rahn
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  1. A Poem Playing "Chart"
  2. Dorota Czerner
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  2. Joël-François Durand
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  4. DOI: 10.1353/pnm.2006.0029
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  1. Heideggerian Thought in the Early Music of Paul Hindemith (With a Foreword to Benjamin Boretz)
  2. Martin Scherzinger
  3. pp. 80-125
  4. DOI: 10.1353/pnm.2006.0031
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  1. Heidegger without Heidegger: The Musical Thinking of Benjamin Boretz
  2. Charles Stein
  3. pp. 126-128
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  1. Music Program Zero and Ben Boretz
  2. Tildy Bayar
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  2. Joël-François Durand
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  1. On Being a Musical Thinker, or Being about Ben
  2. Scott Burnham
  3. pp. 153-159
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  1. Theory as Mindset and as Text: Some Observations
  2. Joseph Dubiel
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  1. Boretzian Discourse and History
  2. Jann Pasler
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  1. (Re)composition at the Edges of Radical Relativism
  2. Scott Gleason
  3. pp. 192-215
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  1. Editors' Notebook: Ben Boretz and Bob Morris Discuss Ian Quinn's "General Equal-Tempered Harmony"
  2. Ben Boretz, Bob Morris
  3. pp. 216-219
  4. DOI: 10.1353/pnm.2006.0034
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  1. Ode (For Benjamin Boretz)
  2. Robert Morris
  3. pp. 220-228
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  2. Joël-François Durand
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  1. Enfolded
  2. Paul Lansky
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  1. Composing "‮סיטפשמ‬" ("Mishpatim"-"Laws"): A Response to Ben's Mishna Music as a Music
  2. Dániel Péter Biró
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  1. Might Never Have Been: To and for Benjamin Boretz
  2. Robert Paredes
  3. pp. 266-279
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  1. 9 Ben-Collages & VI Fragments from a Never-Ending Work-in-Progress
  2. Elaine R. Barkin
  3. pp. 280-295
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  1. Reading through What Lingers on (, When the Song Is Ended) (2004)
  2. Tom Baker
  3. pp. 296-298
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  1. Three Translations of O: A Few Thoughts and Explanations
  2. Michael Fowler
  3. pp. 299-313
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  1. We Were Online
  2. Fred E. Maus
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  1. Rarefactions
  2. Jon Forshee
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  2. Joël-François Durand
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  4. DOI: 10.1353/pnm.2006.0054
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  1. July 29, 1989: A Talk with Ben (About Writing Meta-Variations and Other Things)
  2. Marion A. Guck, Fred E. Maus, Benjamin Boretz
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  4. DOI: 10.1353/pnm.2006.0015
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  2. Joël-François Durand
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  4. DOI: 10.1353/pnm.2006.0043
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  1. G Maybe-To G#
  2. Catherine Costello Hirata
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  1. An Idea of Order
  2. Stephen Dembski
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  1. Togetherness
  2. Martin Brody, Benjamin Boretz
  3. pp. 425-433
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  1. Some Emails to, and from, Ben
  2. Arthur Margolin, Benjamin Boretz
  3. pp. 434-444
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  1. Wildland Spaces/Open Space
  2. Mary Lee A. Roberts
  3. pp. 446-465
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  1. On Reading Each Other (And Reflecting on Your Texts and Your Music)
  2. Benjamin Boretz
  3. pp. 466-471
  4. DOI: 10.1353/pnm.2006.0045
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