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freedom and dignity

A composition must make possible the freedom and dignity of the performer. It should allow both concentration and release. No sound or noise is preferable to any other sound or noise. Listeners should be as free as the players.

– Christian Wolff Audio Culture: Readings in Modern Music p.164

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