Pierre boulez structures pour deux pianos - Structures (Boulez) - Wikipedia


Structures I was the last and most successful of Boulez's works to use the technique of integral serialism ( Hopkins and Griffiths 2001 ), wherein many parameters of a piece's construction are governed by serial principles, rather than only pitch. Boulez devised scales of twelve dynamic levels (though in a later revision of the score these reduced to ten— Ligeti 1960 , 40–41), twelve durations, and—from the outset—ten modes of attack ( Ligeti 1960 , 43), each to be used in a manner analogous to a twelve-tone row . The composer explains his purpose in this work:


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