James Tenney (August 10, 1934 – August 24, 2006) was an American composer and music theorist. He made significant early musical contributions to plunderphonics, sound synthesis, algorithmic composition, process music, spectral music, microtonal music, and tuning systems including extended just intonation. His theoretical writings variously concern musical form, texture, timbre, consonance and dissonance, and harmonic perception.
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James Tenney - Dialogue, 04:13, . MB download mp3 full version here. James Tenney: Selected Works 1961-1969: Best 2 songs. James Tenney - Collage ("Blue Suede") 03:26. James Tenney - Fabric for Ché 09:55. Album: James Tenney: Selected Works 1961-1969. James Tenney: best 2 tracks. James Tenney, Джон Кейдж - Sonata 4 John Cage: Sonatas & Interludes (1946 - 1948), 2012 02:10. James Tenney, Джон Кейдж - Sonata 11 John Cage: Sonatas & Interludes (1946 - 1948), 2012 02:55. Artist: James Tenney.
James Tenney New Music The work of composer James Tenney, who died in 2006 at 72, remains one of the little-known (though influential) treasures of the American experimentalist tradition. Spacious, single-minded and stylistically elusive, it often proposes dogged explorations of a particular harmony or compositional process, only to turn up surprisingly fertile results. James Tenney New Music. The work of composer James Tenney, who died in 2006 at 72, remains one of the little-known (though influential) treasures of the American experimentalist tradition