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The term “minimalist music” was derived around 1970 by Michael Nyman from the concept of minimalism, which was earlier applied to the visual arts. For some of the music, especially that which transforms itself according to strict rules, the term “process music” has also been used. Today it also refers to to some tupes of dance or avant-garde music as minimal techno, minimal electro, minimal… it is often used as an adjective , to describe repetitive, rhythmic or slightly changing types of sound…
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