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Various - Wow & Flutter: The San Francisco Tape Music Center, 1961-Now album download
Performer: Various
Title: Wow & Flutter: The San Francisco Tape Music Center, 1961-Now
Style:Experimental, Contemporary
Released: 2008
MP3 album szie: 1361 mb
FLAC album size: 1688 mb

Program notes for the DVD are on pages 289 to 301. Sponsored by the Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center and held at the RPI Playhouse, at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York, on October 1 and 2, 2004.

Sonics was formed in 1961 by Oliveros and other members of one of Robert Erickson's composition seminars. Von Gunden 1983, . 3). When Robert Ashley became the director in 1969 no equipment was left.

The Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center was the first electronic music center to be established in the United States. From 1959 to the late 1970s, it was one of the premiere sound facilities in the world. The vast majority of pieces composed at the Center - approximately three hundred - were composed during this period. Some have become classics of music history. This selection, drawn from those seminal years, is an excellent overview of the wide variations in musical style and aesthetic that was encouraged by the Center’s guiding spirit, Vladimir Ussachevsky. Includes a 24-page booklet with the history of the Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center 1961-1973, biographies and discographies of the composers. There are no tracklisting associated with this item. Music from the Tudorfest: San Francisco Tape Music Center, 1964.

The San Francisco Tape M. .has been added to your Cart. Tropical Fish Opera, Pauline Oliveros's multimedia concert at the Trips Festival. The heroes of the Center were in the business of realizing unimagined possibilities, and they did much to shape the legendary culture of San Francisco in the later sixties. Hats off to David Bernstein for flooding a dark corner of recent musical history with new light, as warm as it is brilliant. ―Richard Taruskin, author of The Oxford History of Western Music.

Pauline Oliveros (May 30, 1932 – November 24, 2016) was an American composer, accordionist and a central figure in the development of experimental and post-war electronic art music. She was a founding member of the San Francisco Tape Music Center in the 1960s, and served as its director. She taught music at Mills College, the University of California San Diego (UCSD), Oberlin Conservatory of Music, and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

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Tracklist Hide Credits

October 1, 2004
1 Pauline Oliveros / Tony Martin Circuitry For Percussion And Light
Lighting [Light] – Tony Martin Percussion – Bill Maginnis, Brian Willson, Morris Lang, Terry Silverlight, Warren SmithTechnician [Technical Assistance] – Bob Bielecki
20:54
2 Morton Subotnick Until Spring Revisited
Computer [Laptop] – Morton Subotnick
13:05
3 Tony Martin Silent Light [1]
Lighting [Visual Composition, Performance] – Tony Martin Performer [Flashlight] – Margot Farrington
9:47
4 Ramon Sender Tropical Fish Opera
Accordion – Pauline OliverosClarinet – Morton SubotnickPercussion – Bill MaginnisVoice – Ramon Sender
7:17
5 Morton Subotnick Mandolin
Lighting [Visual Composition, Performance] – Tony Martin Mixed By [Sound Projection] – Morton SubotnickViola – Mark Menzies
18:14
6 Pauline Oliveros Bye Bye Butterfly
Lighting [Visual Composition, Performance] – Tony Martin Mixed By [Sound Projection] – Pauline Oliveros
8:22
7 Ramon Sender Great Grandpa Lemuel's Death-Rattle Reincarnation Blues In F Sharp
Accordion, Vocals – Ramon SenderBanjo – Ron BillBass – Reggie ScanlanDrums – Bill MaginnisEnsemble – Reggie's Red Hot FeetwarmersLighting [Light] – Tony Martin Trombone – Tom Shields Trumpet – Mike Canonico
8:28
8 Pauline Oliveros, Morton Subotnick, Bill Maginnis, Ramon Sender Improvisation
Accordion – Pauline OliverosClarinet – Morton SubotnickPercussion – Bill MaginnisPiano – Ramon Sender
6:53
October 2, 2004
9 Ramon Sender Kore
Lighting [Visual Composition, Performance] – Tony Martin Mixed By [Sound Projection] – Ramon Sender
9:42
10 Pauline Oliveros, Morton Subotnick, Bill Maginnis, Ramon Sender Improvisation [2]
Accordion – Pauline OliverosClarinet – Morton SubotnickPercussion – Bill MaginnisPiano – Ramon Sender
7:43
11 Pauline Oliveros Apple Box Double
Performer [Apple Box] – Pauline Oliveros, Seth Cluett
12:53
12 Ramon Sender / Tony Martin Desert Ambulance
Accordion – Pauline OliverosLighting [Visual Composition, Performance] – Tony Martin
16:17
13 Morton Subotnick Release
Cello – Christopher Finckel*Clarinet – Marianne GythfeldtComputer [Operator] – Nick Williams Ensemble – The Ensemble Sospeso*Piano – Stephen GoslingViolin – Mark Menzies
33:38
14 Tony Martin Silent Light [2]
Lighting [Visual Composition, Performance] – Tony Martin Performer [Flashlight] – Margot Farrington
10:41
15 Pauline Oliveros Pauline's Solo
Accordion, Effects [Expanded Instrument System In Eight Channels] – Pauline Oliveros
17:59

Companies, etc.

  • Filmed At – Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
  • Copyright (c) – Deep Listening Publications
  • Copyright (c) – Morton Subotnick
  • Published By – Schott Music & Media GmbH

Credits

  • Administrator [Administration] – Karin Hillen, Kim Gardner
  • Cameraman [Camera] – Eleanor Goldsmith, Michael DiPaolo, Roger Bailey
  • Curated By [Curator] – Johannes Goebel
  • Engineer [Audio] – Todd Vos
  • Film Producer – Johannes Goebel
  • Film Producer [DVD Production] – Eric Ameres, Myra Goebel
  • Lighting – Jay Maury
  • Management [Project Manager] – Jason Steven Murphy
  • Mastered By [Audio Mastering] – Todd Vos
  • Other [Logistics Assistant] – Kevin Luddy
  • Other [Staghands] – Christopher Rines, Kara Janeczko, Pete Hallsworth
  • Other [Student Assistants] – Andy Clark, Dan Ostrov, Jennifer Rush, Ryan McAlpine
  • Recorded By [Audio Recording] – Frans Swarte
  • Research [Assistant] – Zulma Aguiar
  • Video Editor [Video Editing] – Eleanor Goldsmith

Notes

Included with paperback book "The San Francisco Tape Music Center: 1960s Counterculture and the Avant-Garde", edited by David W. Bernstein. Program notes for the DVD are on pages 289 to 301.

Sponsored by the Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center and held at the RPI Playhouse, at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York, on October 1 and 2, 2004.

Circuitry for Percussion and Light
Until Spring Revisited
Silent Light (1967, 2004)
Tropical Fish Opera
Mandolin
Bye Bye Butterfly
Great Grandpa Lemuel's Death-Rattle Reincarnation Blues In F Sharp
Kore
Apple Box Double
Desert Ambulance
Release
Pauline's Solo (1996-2007)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Other (International Standard Book Number ): 978-0-520-25617-0