A long-distance duo with the saxophonist-composer who's still squaring the circles and running rings around the squares. This article originally appeared in The Wire 65 (July 1989).
Roll over Beethoven, it's Vorsprung Durch Technik time! The most visionary – and least understood – of modern European composers, Karlheinz Stockhausen talks to Brian Morton about the 'time bombs' he has created to escape from the 'graveyard' of the Western classical tradition. This article originally appeared in The Wire 62 (April 1989).
Brian Morton on the incredibly slow unfolding of Harold Budd. This article originally appeared in The Wire 48 (February 1988).
The compositions of Iannis Xenakis are inseparable from his skills as an architect. Brian Morton talks to "an ancient Greek in the modern world". This article first appeared in The Wire 55 (September 1988).
Brian Morton shares an awkward pause with the man who invented silence. This article was originally published in The Wire 56 (October 1998).