INTERVAL- VOLUME III, NUMBER 3 (WINTER 1981-82)
Jefre Cantu-Ledesma just posted an upload of this magazine, “dedicated to the father of microtonality, Harry Partch,” over on the Root Blog. A lot of it might only be appealing to people interested in music theory (and I say that as someone not especially interested in music theory), but there is a generous, in-depth interview with Terry Riley, reflecting on the origins of his interest in Indian music and how a venue and audience expectations can impact performance. Thanks to sound artist Meara O’Reilly for scanning this!

INTERVAL- VOLUME III, NUMBER 3 (WINTER 1981-82)

Jefre Cantu-Ledesma just posted an upload of this magazine, “dedicated to the father of microtonality, Harry Partch,” over on the Root Blog. A lot of it might only be appealing to people interested in music theory (and I say that as someone not especially interested in music theory), but there is a generous, in-depth interview with Terry Riley, reflecting on the origins of his interest in Indian music and how a venue and audience expectations can impact performance. Thanks to sound artist Meara O’Reilly for scanning this!