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Iannis Xenakis (1922-2001)

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          Xenakis, composerIannis Xenakis was born in Brăila, Romania, and studied architecture in Athens, Greece. He participated in the Greek Resistance during the World War II and the first phase of Greek Civil War as a member of the students company Lord Byron of ELAS (Greek Peoples Liberation Army). He received a severe face wound and escaped a death sentence. In the '50s he fled to Paris and worked with Le Corbusier. While his assistant, Xenakis designed the Philips Pavilion, home of the première of Edgar Varèse's Poème Électronique at the 1958 Brussels International Fair. He is particularly remembered for his pioneering electronic and computer music, and for the use of stochastic mathematical techniques in his compositions, including probability (Maxwell-Boltzmann kynetic theory of gasses in Pithoprakta, aleatory distribution of points on a plane in Diamorphoses, minimal constraints in Achorripsis, Gaussian distribution in ST/10 and Atrées, Markovian chains in Analogiques), game theory (in Duel and Stratégie), group theory (Nomos Alpha), and Boolean algebra (in Herma and Eonta). In keeping with his use of probabilistic theories, many of Xenakis' pieces are, in his own words, "a form of composition which is not the object in itself, but an idea in itself, that is to say, the beginnings of a family of compositions". In 1962 he published Musique Formelles—later revised, expanded and translated into Formalized Music: Thought and Mathematics in Composition in 1971—a collection of essays on his musical ideas and composition techniques, regarded as one of the most important theoretical works of 20th century music.
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COMPOSITIONS                                                            Xenakis  Links     ~ ~ ~     Works by Genre    ~ ~ ~    Xenakis on Xenakis
Seven untitled pieces (Menuet, Air populaire, Allegro molto, Mélodie, Andante), piano (1949-50; unpublished)
Six Chansons, piano (1951)
Dhipli Zyia, violin and cello (1952)
Zyia, soprano, male chorus, flute and piano; or soprano, flute and piano (1952)
Trois poèmes, narrator and piano (1952; unpublished)
La colombe de la paix, alto and chorus (1953; unpublished)
Anastenaria. Procession aux eaux claires, chorus, male chorus and orchestra (1953)
Anastenaria. Le Sacrifice, orchestra (1953)
Stamatis Katotakis, chanson de table, voice and 3-voice male chorus (1953; unpublished)
Metastasis, orchestra (1953-54) (60)
Pithoprakta, string orchestra, 2 trombones and percussion (1955-56)
Achorripsis, orchestra (1956-57)
Fer chaud, film score (1957)
Diamorphoses, electro-acoustic tape (1957-58)
Concret PH, electro-acoustic tape (1958)
Analogiques A & B, string ensemble and electro-acoustic tape (1958-59)
Syrmos, string ensemble (1959)
Duel, 2 orchestras and 2 conductors (1959)
Orient-Occident, electro-acoustic tape, film score (1960) [22'] [rev. 1962?/68? as concert work for electro-acoustic tape, 11']
NEG-ALE, piccolo, horn, cello and percussion, film score (1960) [for P. Kassovitz's "Vasarely"]
Herma, piano (1961)
ST/48,1-240162, orchestra (1956-62)
ST/10, 1-080262, ensemble (1956-62)
ST/4, 1-080262, string quartet (1956-62)
Morsima - Amorsima (ST/4, 2-030762), piano, violin, cello and double bass (1956-62)
Atrées (ST/10, 3-060962), ensemble (1956-62)
Stratégie, 2 orchestras and 2 conductors (1962) [variable duration]
Polla ta dhina, children's chorus and orchestra (1962)
Bohor, electro-acoustic tape (1962)
Eonta, piano and brass quintet (1963-64)
Hiketides, brass quartet and string ensembles (1964)
Akrata, wind ensemble (1964-65)
Terretektorh, orchestra (1965-66)
Oresteïa, children’s chorus, chorus and ensemble (1965-66)
Nomos Alpha, cello (1965-66)
Polytope de Montreal, 4 ensembles (14 players each) (1967)
Medea Senecae, male chorus, clarinet, bassoon, trombone, cello and percussion (1967)
Nuits, chorus (1967-68)
Nomos gamma, orchestra (1967-68)
Kraanerg, electro-acoustic tape and ensemble (1968-69)
Anaktoria, octet (cl, bsn, horn, 2 vln, vla, vlc, db) (1969)
Persephassa, 6 percussionists (1969)
Synaphaï, piano and orchestra (1969)
Hibiki-Hana-Ma, electro-acoustic tape (1969-70)
Centro de calculo electronico, film score (1970)
L'illusion comique, TV film score (1970)
Charisma, clarinet and cello (1971)
Persepolis, electro-acoustic tape (1971)
Aroura, string ensemble (1971)
Mikka, violin (1971)
Antikhthon, orchestra (1971)
Polytope de Cluny, electro-acoustic tape (1972)
Linaia-Agon, trio (horn, trombone and tuba) (1972) [variable duration]
Eridanos, orchestra (1972)
Evryali, piano (1973)
Cendrées, chorus and orchestra (1973)
Erikthon, piano and orchestra (1974)
Gmeeoorh, organ (1974)
Noomena, orchestra (1974)
Empreintes, orchestra (1975)
Phlegra, ensemble (1975)
Psappha, percussion (1975)
N'shima, 2 mezzo-sopranos and quintet (2 horns, 2 trombone and cello) (1975)
Theraps, double bass (1975-76)
Khoaï, harpsichord (1976)
Retours-Windungen, 12 cellos (1976)
Epéï, sextet (oboe, clarinet, trumpet, 2 trombones, double bass) (1976)
Mikka-S, violin (1976)
Dmaathen, duo (oboe and percussion) (1976)
Radiotileskopio - spoudi, film score (1976)
Nyhtes (Nights), film score (1976)
La Légende d’Eer, electro-acoustic tape (1977)
À Hélène, female or male chorus (1977)
Akanthos, soprano and octet (fl, cl, pno, 2 vln, vla, vlc, db) (1977)
À Colone, male or female chorus and ensemble (1977)
Kottos, cello (1977)
Jonchaies, orchestra (1977)
Ikhoor, string trio (1978)
Mycenae Alpha, electro-acoustic tape (1978)
Pléïades (4 mvts), 6 percussionists (1978) [Mélanges; Claviers; Métaux; Peaux]
Palimpsest, ensemble (1979)
Anémoessa, orchestra and chorus (1979)
Dikhthas, duo (violin and piano) (1979)
Aïs, baritone, percussion and orchestra (1980)
Polytopo Mykinon 1978, film score (1980)
Mists, piano (1981)
Embellie, viola (1981)
Serment-Orkos, chorus (1981)
Komboi, duo (harpsichord and percussion) (1981)
Nekuïa, chorus and orchestra (1981)
Pour la Paix, chorus; or chorus, electro-acoustic tape, 4 narrators; or 4 narrators and tape (pre-recorded
                chorus plus tape); or electro-acoustic tape (pre-recorded narrators and chorus plus tape) (1981)
Pour Maurice, baritone and piano (1982)
Pour les Baleines, string orchestra (1982)
Shaar, string orchestra (1982)
Tetras, string quartet (1983)
Chant des Soleils, chorus, children's choir, brass and percussion (1983)
Khal Perr, brass quintet and 2 percussionists (1983)
Lichens, orchestra (1983-84)
Thalleïn, ensemble (1984)
Naama, harpsichord (1984)
Nyûyô, quartet of Japanese instruments (shakuhachi, sanger, and 2 kotos) (1985)
Idmen A, chorus and 4 percussionists (1985)
Idmen B, 6 percussionists (1985)
Alax, 3 ensembles (30 total) (1985)
À l’île de Gorée, harpsichord and ensemble (1986)
Keren, trombone (1986)
Horos, orchestra (1986)
Keqrops, piano and orchestra (1986)
Akea, piano and string quartet (1986)
Jalons, ensemble (1986)
À R. (Hommage à Ravel), piano (1987)
Kassandra, baritone and percussion (1987)
Tracées, orchestra (1987)
XAS, saxophone quartet (1987)
ATA, orchestra (1987)
Taurhiphanie, electro-acoustic tape (1987)
Rebonds (Rebounds), percussion (1987-88)
Waarg, ensemble (1988)
Échange, bass clarinet and ensemble (1989)
Epicycle, cello ensemble (1989)
Voyage absolu des Unari vers Andromède, electro-acoustic tape (1989)
Oophaa, duo (harpsichord and percussion) (1989)
Okho, percussion trio (1989)
For the Whales, TV film score (1989)
Knephas, chorus (1990)
Tuorakemsu, orchestra (1990)
Kyania, orchestra (1990)
Tetora, string quartet (1990)
Dox-orkh, violin and orchestra (1991)
Roáï, orchestra (1991)
Krinoïdi, orchestra (1991)
Gendy3, electro-acoustic tape (1991)
Troorkh, trombone and orchestra (1991)
La Déesse Athéna, baritone and ensemble (1992)
Pu Wijnuej We Fyp, children’s chorus (1992)
Paille in the Wind, duo (cello and piano) (1992)
Les Bacchantes, baritone, female chorus and ensemble (1993)
Mosaïques, orchestra (1993)
Plekto, sextet (flute, clarinet, percussion, piano, violin and cello) (1993)
Dämmerschein, orchestra (1993-94)
Sea Nymphs, chorus (1994)
Mnamas Xapin Witoldowi Lutoslawskiemu, brass quartet (1994)
S. 709, electro-acoustic tape (1994)
Ergma, string quartet (1994)
Koïranoï, orchestra (1995)
Kaï, ensemble (1995)
Voile, string ensemble (1995)
Kuïlenn, wind ensemble (1995)
Ioolkos, orchestra (1996)
Hunem-Iduhey, duo (violin and cello) (1996)
Roscobeck, duo (cello and double bass) (1996)
Ittidra, string sextet (1996)
Zythos, trombone and 6 percussionists (1996)
Sea-Change, orchestra (1997)
O-Mega, percussion and ensemble (1997)
Um Filme Sem História (A Film Without Story) (2002) [soundtrack: music by Gyorgy Ligeti, Iannis Xenakis, John Cage]


WORKS BY GENRE                                                            Xenakis Links     ~ top of page ~
Orchestra
Anastenaria. Le Sacrifice, orchestra (1953)
Metastasis, orchestra (1953-54)
Pithoprakta, string orchestra, 2 trombones and percussion (1955-56)
Achorripsis, orchestra (1956-57)
Analogiques A & B, string ensemble and electro-acoustic tape (1958-59)
ST/48,1-240162, orchestra (1956-62)
Stratégie, 2 orchestras and 2 conductors (1962) [variable duration]
Terretektorh, orchestra (1965-66)
Polytope de Montreal, 4 ensembles (14 players each) (1967)
Nomos gamma, orchestra (1967-68)
Aroura, string ensemble (1971)
Antikhthon, orchestra (1971)
Eridanos, orchestra (1972)
Noomena, orchestra (1974)
Empreintes, orchestra (1975)
Jonchaies, orchestra (1977)
Pour les Baleines, string orchestra (1982)
Shaar, string orchestra (1982)
Lichens, orchestra (1983-84)
Alax, 3 ensembles (30 total) (1985)
Horos, orchestra (1986)
Tracées, orchestra (1987)
ATA, orchestra (1987)
Tuorakemsu, orchestra (1990)
Kyania, orchestra (1990)
Roáï, orchestra (1991)
Krinoïdi, orchestra (1991)
Mosaïques, orchestra (1993)
Dämmerschein, orchestra (1993-94)
Koïranoï, orchestra (1995)
Voile, string ensemble (1995)
Ioolkos, orchestra (1996)
Sea-Change, orchestra (1997)

Band
Akrata, wind ensemble (1964-65)
Kuïlenn, wind ensemble (1995)

Soloist(s) w/Orchestra or Ensemble
Synaphaï, piano and orchestra (1969)
Erikthon, piano and orchestra (1974)
À l’île de Gorée, harpsichord and ensemble (1986)
Keqrops, piano and orchestra (1986)
Échange, bass clarinet and ensemble (1989)
Dox-orkh, violin and orchestra (1991)
Troorkh, trombone and orchestra (1991)
O-Mega, percussion and ensemble (1997)

Chorus w/Orchestra
Anastenaria. Procession aux eaux claires, chorus, male chorus and orchestra (1953)
Polla ta dhina, children's chorus and orchestra (1962)
Oresteïa, children’s chorus, chorus and ensemble (1965-66)
Cendrées, chorus and orchestra (1973)
Anémoessa, orchestra and chorus (1979)
Nekuïa, chorus and orchestra (1981)
Les Bacchantes, baritone, female chorus and ensemble (1993)

Choral
Zyia, soprano, male chorus, flute and piano; or soprano, flute and piano (1952)
La colombe de la paix, alto and chorus (1953; unpublished)
Stamatis Katotakis, chanson de table, voice and 3-voice male chorus (1953; unpublished)
Medea Senecae, male chorus, clarinet, bassoon, trombone, cello and percussion (1967)
Nuits, chorus (1967-68)
À Hélène, female or male chorus (1977)
À Colone, male or female chorus and ensemble (1977)
Serment-Orkos, chorus (1981)
Pour la Paix, chorus; or chorus, electro-acoustic tape, 4 narrators; or 4 narrators and tape (pre-recorded
                chorus plus tape); or electro-acoustic tape (pre-recorded narrators and chorus plus tape) (1981)
Chant des Soleils, chorus, children's choir, brass and percussion (1983)
Idmen A, chorus and 4 percussionists (1985)
Knephas, chorus (1990)
Pu Wijnuej We Fyp, children’s chorus (1992)
Sea Nymphs, chorus (1994)

Chamber
Dhipli Zyia, violin and cello (1952)
Analogiques A & B, string ensemble and electro-acoustic tape (1958-59)
NEG-ALE, piccolo, horn, cello and percussion, film score (1960) [for P. Kassovitz's "Vasarely"]
ST/10, 1-080262, ensemble (1956-62)
ST/4, 1-080262, string quartet (1956-62)
Morsima - Amorsima (ST/4, 2-030762), piano, violin, cello and double bass (1956-62)
Atrées (ST/10, 3-060962), ensemble (1956-62)
Eonta, piano and brass quintet (1963-64)
Hiketides, brass quartet and string ensembles (1964)
Akrata, wind ensemble (1964-65)
Polytope de Montreal, 4 ensembles (14 players each) (1967)
Kraanerg, electro-acoustic tape and ensemble (1968-69)
Anaktoria, octet (cl, bsn, horn, 2 vln, vla, vlc, db) (1969)
Persephassa, 6 percussionists (1969)
Charisma, clarinet and cello (1971)
Aroura, string ensemble (1971)
Linaia-Agon, trio (horn, trombone and tuba) (1972) [variable duration]
Phlegra, ensemble (1975)
Psappha, percussion (1975)
Retours-Windungen, 12 cellos (1976)
Epéï, sextet (oboe, clarinet, trumpet, 2 trombones, double bass) (1976)
Dmaathen, duo (oboe and percussion) (1976)
Ikhoor, string trio (1978)
Pléïades, 6 percussionists (1978)
Palimpsest, ensemble (1979)
Dikhthas, duo (violin and piano) (1979)
Komboi, duo (harpsichord and percussion) (1981)
Tetras, string quartet (1983)
Khal Perr, brass quintet and 2 percussionists (1983)
Thalleïn, ensemble (1984)
Nyûyô, quartet of Japanese instruments (shakuhachi, sanger, and 2 kotos) (1985)
Alax, 3 ensembles (30 total) (1985)
À l’île de Gorée, harpsichord and ensemble (1986)
Akea, piano and string quartet (1986)
Jalons, ensemble (1986)
XAS, saxophone quartet (1987)
Waarg, ensemble (1988)
Échange, bass clarinet and ensemble (1989)
Epicycle, cello ensemble (1989)
Oophaa, duo (harpsichord and percussion) (1989)
Okho, percussion trio (1989)
Tetora, string quartet (1990)
Paille in the Wind, duo (cello and piano) (1992)
Plekto, sextet (flute, clarinet, percussion, piano, violin and cello) (1993)
Mnamas Xapin Witoldowi Lutoslawskiemu, brass quartet (1994)
Ergma, string quartet (1994)
Kaï, ensemble (1995)
Voile, string ensemble (1995)
Kuïlenn, wind ensemble (1995)
Hunem-Iduhey, duo (violin and cello) (1996)
Roscobeck, duo (cello and double bass) (1996)
Ittidra, string sextet (1996)
Zythos, trombone and 6 percussionists (1996)
O-Mega, percussion and ensemble (1997)

Percussion
Persephassa, 6 percussionists (1969)
Psappha, percussion (1975)
Dmaathen, duo (oboe and percussion) (1976)
Pléïades (4 mvts), 6 percussionists (1978) [Mélanges; Claviers; Métaux; Peaux]
Komboi, duo (harpsichord and percussion) (1981)
Khal Perr, brass quintet and 2 percussionists (1983)
Idmen A, chorus and 4 percussionists (1985)
Idmen B, 6 percussionists (1985)
Kassandra, baritone and percussion (1987)
Rebonds (Rebounds), percussion (1987-88)
Oophaa, duo (harpsichord and percussion) (1989)
Okho, percussion trio (1989)
Zythos, trombone and 6 percussionists (1996)
O-Mega, percussion and ensemble (1997)

Solo Instrument
Nomos Alpha, cello (1965-66)
Mikka, violin (1971)
Psappha, percussion (1975)
Theraps, double bass (1975-76)
Mikka-S, violin (1976)
Kottos, cello (1977)
Embellie, viola (1981)
Rebonds (Rebounds), percussion (1987-88)

Piano/Organ/Harpsichord
Seven untitled pieces (Menuet, Air populaire, Allegro molto, Mélodie, Andante), piano (1949-50; unpublished)
Six Chansons, piano (1951)
Herma, piano (1961)
Evryali, piano (1973)
Gmeeoorh, organ (1974)
Khoaï, harpsichord (1976)
Mists, piano (1981)
Naama, harpsichord (1984)
Keren, trombone (1986)
À R. (Hommage à Ravel), piano (1987)

Vocal
Zyia, soprano, male chorus, flute and piano; or soprano, flute and piano (1952)
Trois poèmes, narrator and piano (1952; unpublished)
N'shima, 2 mezzo-sopranos and quintet (2 horns, 2 trombone and cello) (1975)
Akanthos, soprano and octet (fl, cl, pno, 2 vln, vla, vlc, db) (1977)
Aïs, baritone, percussion and orchestra (1980)
Pour Maurice, baritone and piano (1982)
Kassandra, baritone and percussion (1987)
La Déesse Athéna, baritone and ensemble (1992)

Incidental/Film
Fer chaud, film score (1957)
Orient-Occident, electro-acoustic tape, film score (1960) [22'] [rev. 1962?/68? as concert work for electro-acoustic tape, 11']
NEG-ALE, piccolo, horn, cello and percussion, film score (1960) [for P. Kassovitz's "Vasarely"]
Centro de calculo electronico, film score (1970)
L'illusion comique, TV film score (1970)
Radiotileskopio - spoudi, film score (1976)
Nyhtes (Nights), film score (1976)
Polytopo Mykinon 1978, film score (1980)
For the Whales, TV film score (1989)
Um Filme Sem História (A Film Without Story) (2002) [soundtrack: music by Gyorgy Ligeti, Iannis Xenakis, John Cage]

Electronic
Diamorphoses, electro-acoustic tape (1957-58)
Concret PH, electro-acoustic tape (1958)
Analogiques A & B, string ensemble and electro-acoustic tape (1958-59)
Orient-Occident, electro-acoustic tape, film score (1960) [22'] [rev. 1962?/68? as concert work for electro-acoustic tape, 11']
Bohor, electro-acoustic tape (1962)
Kraanerg, electro-acoustic tape and ensemble (1968-69)
Hibiki-Hana-Ma, electro-acoustic tape (1969-70)
Persepolis, electro-acoustic tape (1971)
Polytope de Cluny, electro-acoustic tape (1972)
La Légende d’Eer, electro-acoustic tape (1977)
Mycenae Alpha, electro-acoustic tape (1978)
Pour la Paix, chorus; or chorus, electro-acoustic tape, 4 narrators; or 4 narrators and tape (pre-recorded
                chorus plus tape); or electro-acoustic tape (pre-recorded narrators and chorus plus tape) (1981)
Taurhiphanie, electro-acoustic tape (1987)
Voyage absolu des Unari vers Andromède, electro-acoustic tape (1989)
Gendy3, electro-acoustic tape (1991)
S. 709, electro-acoustic tape (1994)


XENAKIS  LINKS                                                            Works by Genre      ~ top of page ~
DJ Spooky On Xenakis (Perfect Sound Forever)
The Drama and Dance of Xenakis (Keith Gallasch, RealTime Arts)
Expressiveness and Meaning in the Electroacoustic Music of Iannis Xenakis
Fluid Neon Bright Shadows: The Music of Iannis Xenakis (DJ Spooky)
How Iannis Xenakis Turned His Back on Architecture for Classical Music (Tom Service, The Guardian)
Iannis Xenakis and Formalized Music (A Neighborhood of Infinity)
Iannis Xenakis: The Aesthetics of His Early Works (Markos Zografos, Perfect Sound Forever)
Iannis Xenakis: Architect, Composer, Visionary (The Drawing Center)
Iannis Xenakis - Architect of Light and Sound (Alessandra Capanna, Nexus Network Journal)
Iannis Xenakis, Composer Who Built Music on Mathematics, Is Dead at 78 (Paul Griffiths, The New York Times)
Iannis Xenakis Composes in Glass (On an Overgrown Path)
Iannis Xenakis - Obituary (Ivan Hewett, The Guardian)
Iannis Xenakis: Persepolis + Remixes (Edition One) (Ed Howard, Stylus Magazine)
Iannis Xenakis: Phillips Pavilion, Poème Electronique, Edgard Varèse [Brussels 1958] (INDUSTRIAL::MUSIC::LIBRARY)
Iannis Xenakis' "Bohor" (1962) (Masterpiece's of 20th-Century Multi-channel Tape Music)
Iannis Xenakis: Music for Keyboard Instruments Realised By Computer (Stephen Graham, MusicCriticism.com)
Iannis Xenakis’ Musique Stochastique: System Design and Mathematical Background (Jeffrey Schoner)
Iannis Xenakis' "Polytopes" (Philipp Oswalt; translated by Tas Skorupa)
Iannis Xenakis's Architectural Sound (Fred Kirshnit, The New York Sun)
Iannis Xenakis: Turning Math into Music (Vicki James Yiannias, Greek News)
ICE Bring Xenakis and "Aural Assault" to Chicago (Chris Sienko, Gapers Block)
Knowledge Unspoken: How Much of Xenakis’s ‘Morsima-Amorsima’ Was Really Computer-Generated? (New Music reBlog)
The Mathematical Mind of Iannis Xenakis (Brienne Walsh, Art in America)
The Musical Mind of Iannis Xenakis (Justin Mariner, La Scena musicale)
New and Essential Xenakis (Grant Chu Covell, La Folia)
Primal Architect - Iannis Xenakis (Ben Watson, The Wire) - NO LONGER AVAILABLE
Structure and Perception in Herma by Iannis Xenakis (Wannamaker, Society of Music Theory)
Total Immersion: Xenakis (Andrew Clements, The Guardian)
Two Greek Composers At Their Diamond Jubilees (Don Mager, Making Time)
Watt Eez Dee-Zhay? (Kyle Gann) - NO LONGER AVAILABLE
Xenakis and Japan: The Inner Lives of Ghosts (culturekiosque.com)
Xenakis – Combining Tangible Interaction with Probability-based Musical Composition (Markus Bischof, et al)
Xenakis, Reynolds, Lansky and Mâche Discuss Computer Music (Delphi Computer Music Conference/Festival)
Xenakis: The Continuing Composer - A Personal Reflection on Iannis Xenakis (Dennis Báthory-Kitsz, MaltedMedia)

Books
Formalized Music: Thought and Mathematics in Composition (Iannis Xenakis, Pendragon Pr, books.google.com)
Xenakis: His Life in Music (James Harley, Routledge Pr, books.google.com)    also     here

Composer's website
List of compositions (Wikipedia)

Xenakis @ Wikipedia
Xenakis @ Art and Popular Culture
Xenakis @ Avant Music News
Xenakis @ BBC 3/Music Matters
Xenakis @ biographybase
Xenakis @ Bleep43/Podcast 142
Xenakis @ Boosey & Hawkes
Xenakis @ Classical Archives
Xenakis @ Classical Net
Xenakis @ composition:today
Xenakis @ The Drawing Center
Xenakis @ 8notes.com
Xenakis @ Everything2
Xenakis @ Hellenica World
Xenakis @ IMDb (Internet Movie Database)
Xenakis @ Infoplease
Xenakis @ Internet Archive
Xenakis @ Karadar Classical Music
Xenakis @ Leonardo Online
Xenakis @ Medieval Music & Arts Foundation
Xenakis @ Mode Records
Xenakis @ Music & Vision
Xenakis @ Musicalics
Xenakis @ MusicWeb International
Xenakis @ musicianguide.com
Xenakis @ Naxos
Xenakis @ NNDB
Xenakis @ Rhizome

Streaming Audio
Xenakis @ Avant Garde Project 99
Xenakis @ Bleep43/Podcast 142
Xenakis @ Classical Archives
Xenakis @ Internet Archive
Xenakis @ last.fm
Xenakis @ Napster

Recordings
Xenakis @ ArkivMusic
Xenakis @ Discogs
Xenakis @ Forced Exposure
Xenakis @ Mode Records

Xenakis @ YouTube
Xenakis @ Dailymotion


 Xenakis on Xenakis: An Interview with Harry Halbreich


Xenakis on Xenakis: Discussing His Work and Influences (French TV, 11/12/67 - in french)
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