Argus

 USA

 
The weekly feature magazine for the students of the University of Maryland, College Park. Started in 1966. The last issue appeared in April 25, 1975.

1972 November 17

Vol. 8 No. 11

 

Music like mothers used to make
By Carlos Cardona, p 11


For the past eight years Frank Zappa and the various versions of the Mothers of Invention have been a leading innovative and experimental force in the world of music. Not to be confined by the narrow definition of rock music, Zappa has experimented with many other areas and styles of music. Using dissonance, polytonal and polyrhythmic techniques, more common to both jazz and modern classical music, Uncle Frank has extended the ranges of modem rock in a search for new musical expressions. (read more)

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