Elliott Carter
Elliott Carter: The Career of a Century
Elliott Carter
Photo by Kathy Chapman, courtesy Boosey & Hawkes

Elliott Carter: The Career of a Century

Elliott Carter

Elliott Carter
Photo by Kathy Chapman, courtesy Boosey & Hawkes

Frank J. Oteri visits Elliott Carter at his home
February 4, 2000—New York City, NY
Videorecordings by Nathan Michel restored in November 2017 by Molly Sheridan
Interview transcribed by Karyn Joaquino

  1. New Music Across the Century
  2. Populism vs. Individualism
  3. Connecting Modern Music to Other Art Forms
  4. The Aesthetics of Chamber Music vs. The Orchestra
  5. Being an American
  6. On Difficulty
  7. Vocal Music
  8. Recent Activities

Throughout November 2017, NewMusicBox is marking the fifth anniversary of Elliott Carter‘s death with a series of posts exploring his life and legacy. This content is made possible with the generous support of the Amphion Foundation.

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