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These misgivings took place on both the familiar grounds of “mindlessness,” “glossiness,” and “voluptuousness,” but also on the less commonplace ground that the American minimalists’ art gallery milieu “signified merely a pandering to the art consuming bourgeoisie” (45). The first works that resulted from this ambivalence, such as De Volharding (1972) or Workers Union (1975), were uniquely suited to their hybrid concert spaces music that was loud, aggressive, and dissonant, but formally clear, rigorous, and direct. The live recording included with Adlington’s book, during which the audience periodically erupts into applause and appreciative whooping and whistling, suggests this interdependence of sound and space.