Three Works for Live Electronics


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David Tudor was an avant garde pianist (most closely associated with John Cage, also performing Feldman, Stockhausen, Wolff, etc), who became a crucial pioneer in the world of live electronic music in the 1960s, developing custom-built electronic devices. These 2 Lovely Music CDs are the only commonly available recordings of his electronic music. Three Works includes: "Pulsers" a work from 1976, exploring the world of rhythms created electronically by analog, rather than, digital, circuity. Incorporates a tape of electronic violin work by Takehisa Kosugi. "Untitled": "a series of works composed in the 1970s that were developed through experiments in generating electronic sound without the use of oscillators, tone generators, or recorded natural sound materials." 

This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 11 August, 2011.

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