Pauline Oliveros - Four Electronic Pieces 1959-1966 FLAC
|1||V Of IV|
Electronics [Larger Array Of Oscillators And A Keyboard For Selecting From The Bank Of Oscillators, Patch Bay, Line Amplifier], Tape [Two Tape Recorders] – Pauline Oliveros
Electronics [Two Hewlett Packard Oscillators, Patch Bay, Line Amplifier], Tape [Two Tape Recorders] – Pauline Oliveros
|3||Once Again / Buchla Piece|
Synthesizer [Buchla Box Series 100] – Pauline Oliveros
Tape [Tape Recorder], Voice, Sounds [Soup Ladles, Table Knife] – Pauline Oliveros
|SRV460||Pauline Oliveros||Early Electronic Works 1959-66 (2xLP, Album, Ltd, RE, Sil)||Sub Rosa||SRV460||Belgium||2018|
- Compiled By [Selected By] – Andrew Deutsch, Guy Marc Hinant
- Composed By, Performer – Pauline Oliveros
- Design – KSA, Mountain
- Liner Notes – GMH, P. Oliveros
- Producer – Sub Rosa
Mastered at Le Laboratoire Central, Brussels.
'Mnemonics III': composed 1965 at the San Francisco Tape Music Center.
'V Of IV': composed 1966 at the University of Toronto.
'Time Perspectives': composed 1959 at home using a consumer model tape recorder from Sears Roebuck Co, cardboard tubes to filter sounds, the wall to resonate sounds and my bathtub for reverberation. Sound sources: my voice, a pair of soup ladles (with handles removed) and a table knife.
'Once Again / Buchla Piece': composed 1966 at the Tape Music Center at Mills College.
Packaged in a six-panel clear-tray Digipak.
The durations are listed inaccurately on the cover as:
Track 1, 17:29
Track 2, 16:28
Track 3, 19:37
Track 4, 19:21
- Barcode: 5411867111856
- Matrix / Runout: Sony DADC A0101025738-0101 11 A00
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L551
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 94K4
- Made By – Sony DADC – A0101025738-0101
- Mastered At – Le Laboratoire Central
V of IV - Pauline Oliveros. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Встречается в альбомах. Four Electronic Pieces 1959-1966. Pauline Oliveros. Похожие треки. Альбом 2008 Песен: 4. Four Electronic Pieces, 1959-1966. A pioneering figure of American avant-garde music, composer Pauline Oliveros has led trailblazing paths in experimental music composition and performance. During the 60s, her tenure at the San Francisco Tape Center birthed some of the earliest and most definitive explorations into tape and electronic music. 303 прослушивания 28 аудиозаписей. Классическая 2008. Mnemonics III. V of IV. Time Perspectives. Once again, Buchla piece. Released: Dec 2008. Label: Sub Rosa. Don't want to shell out for the 12-CD box set of Oliveros' early pieces Then start with this, a fascinating look at the start of a storied career in modern classical music. The tracks hail from Oliveros' early years - and one Once AgainBuchla Piece is not readily available elsewhere. Oliveros recorded Mnemonics III at the San Francisco Tape Music Center also a playground for Terry Riley and Steve Reich, where she toyed with overtones, ta. Alien Bog, Beautiful Soop. No Mo. Visions in Metaphor. New Music for Electronic and Recorded Media: Women In Electronic Music - 1977. Four Electronic Pieces 1959-1966 is a jazz related improvcomposition music album recording by PAULINE OLIVEROS released in 2008 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette. Composers: Pauline Oliveros. Total duration:1 h 10 min. Composers: Pauline Oliveros, Other contributors: D. Four Electronic Pieces: 1959 1969, a new collection by the Belgian label Sub Rosa, presents some of Oliveros' earliest works. Oliveros was one of the original members of the San Francisco Tape Music Center, which in the early to mid-60s served as a loose meeting point for early American electronic experimentation. The earliest piece, 1959's Time Perspectives, manipulates the various speeds of a basic tape recorder from a Sears Roebuck store, and uses cardboard tubes for filters, a bathtub for reverb, and soup ladles and kitchen knives for effects. Time Perspective. Listen free to Pauline Oliveros Four Electronic Pieces 1959-1966 Mnemonics III, V of IV and more. 4 tracks 71:10. Pauline Oliveros May 30, 1932 November 24, 2016 was an American composer and accordionist who was 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