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Robert Ashley / David Behrman - Larry Austin / Allan Bryant - Source: Music Of The Avant Garde Issue Number 4 album mp3

Robert Ashley / David Behrman - Larry Austin / Allan Bryant - Source: Music Of The Avant Garde Issue Number 4 album mp3

  • Performer: Robert Ashley
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Title: Source: Music Of The Avant Garde Issue Number 4
  • Released: 1968
  • Style: Experimental
  • MP3 version size: 1513 mb
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Side A performed in concert at the First Festival of Live-Electronic Music 1967, University of California, Davis. Side B performed in concert at the Center of the Creative and Performing Arts, Buffalo, New York. Side C performed at the University of California, Davis. Side D performed in Rome at the studios of Musica Elettronica Viva. This first special record issue has been made possible by a unique collaboration between Columbia Records and SOURCE. Directly responsible for this achievement is John McClure, Director of Columbia Masterworks, as well as the co-producers of the records, Larry Austin and David Behrman. Matrix, Runout (A runout): SR-11-1A // 9 // A5 // P.

Source Records 1-6 Music of the Avant Garde, 1968-1971. Копия Source Records 1-6 Music of the Avant Garde, 1968-1971 (Disc 1. ue. Source Records 1-6 Music of the Avant Garde, 1968-1971 (Disc 1. Disc 3. 03 - Magic Carpet (1971). 01 - Video II (B)(C)(L) (1965). 02 - English Phonemes (1971). 04 - Tiger Balm (1971). Source Records 1-6, 1968-1971. Копия Source Records 1-6, 1968-1971.

Source: Music of the Avant-Garde – also known and hereafter referred to as Source Magazine – was an independent, not-for-profit musical and artistic magazine published between 1967 and 1973 by teachers and students of the University of California, Davis, California. It emerged from the flourishing Californian musical experimentalism of the late 1950s-early 1960s, at UC-Davis and Mills College.

Larry Austin (b. 1930) is an American composer from Oklahoma City, emeritus professor of music at the University Of North Texas. He studied with Canadian composer Violet Archer at UNT and French composer Darius Milhaud at Mills College, following by graduate studies under American composer Andrew Imbrie at the University of California, Berkeley in 1955–58. Some of the notable performances include the 1994 premiere of Austin's complete realization of Universe Symphony (1911-51) by Charles Ives, performed and recorded by the Cincinnati Philharmonia Orchestra and conductor Gerhard Samuel. More performances followed by The National Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra at the Warsaw Autumn Festival (1995) and hester Saarbrücken (1998) in Germany.

Source Records 1. Robert Ashley. The Wolfman Robert Ashley (vocals) Gordon Mumma (electronics). Wave Train David Behrman, Gordon Mumma (electronics). Source Records 2. Larry Austin. Accidents David Tudor (electronically prepared piano). Pitch Out Barbara Bryant, Carol Plantamura, Frederic Rzewski (guitars). Source Records 3. Alvin Lucier.

David Behrman - Wave Train 15:37. Larry Austin - Accidents 17:11. Allan Bryant - Pitch Out 17:42. Alvin Lucier - I Am Sitting In A Room 15:19. Arthur Woodbury - Velox 10:12. Mark Riener - Phlegethon 05:11. Larry Austin - Caritas 15:09. Stanley Lunetta - Moosack Machine 15:06. Lowell Cross - Video II (B)/(C)/(L) 15:27. Arrigo Lora-Totino - English Phonemes 14:58. Alvin Curran - Magic Carpet 15:04. Annea Lockwood - Tiger Balm 10:26.

Pitch Out Robert Ashley, David Behrman - Larry Austin, Allan Bryant - Source: Music Of The Avant Garde Issue Number 4 ‎(2x10", Comp). Source Records (7). none. Musica Elettronica Viva - The Sound Pool ‎(CD, Album, RE). Spalax2. Pitch Out Various - Source: Music Of The Avant Garde - Source Records 1-6, 1968-1971 ‎(3xCD, Comp, RE). Pogus Productions.

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The journal Source: Music of the Avant-garde was and remains a seminal source for materials on the heyday of experimental music and arts. Conceived in 1966 and published to 1973, it included some of the most important composers and artists of the time: John Cage, Harry Partch, David Tudor, Morton Feldman, Robert Ashley, Pauline Oliveros, Dick Higgins, Nam June Paik, Steve Reich, and many others. Larry Austin on Source: music of the avant garde. Excerpts from an interview conducted by Douglas Kahn, August 23-24, 2007, Denton, Texas. Source grew out of musical experiments taking place in Davis, California, in and around the University of California, as early as 1963.

INTRODUCTION: Larry Austin on Source: music of the avant garde. Robert Ashley was born in Ann Arbor, Michigan, in 1930. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan and of the Manhattan School of Music. He is co-founder of ONCE, an annual festival of contemporary music in Ann Arbor, as well as co-founder of the Cooperative Studio for Electronic Music in Ann Arbor. David Behrman (b. 1937) studied composition with Wallingford Riegger at Harvard University (. 59) and with Karlheinz Stockhausen and Henri Pousseur in Europe while a recipient of a Paine Fellowship (1959–60). He, Christian Wolff and Frederic Rzewski have been active in organizing concerts of new music, serving as both composers and performers in these events.

Tracklist Hide Credits

Source Record Number One
A Robert Ashley The Wolfman
Composed By, Vocals – Robert AshleyElectronics – Gordon Mumma
15:15
B David Behrman Wave Train
Composed By, Electronics – David BehrmanElectronics – Gordon MummaRecorded By – Joseph Romanowsky*
15:15
Source Record Number Two
C Larry Austin Accidents
Composed By, Electronics – Larry AustinPiano [Electronically Prepared] – David Tudor
16:59
D Allan Bryant Pitch Out
Composed By, Electronics, Recorded By – Allan BryantEnsemble – Musica Elettronica VivaGuitar – Barbara Bryant, Carol Plantamura, Frederic Rzewski
17:45

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – Composer/Performer Edition
  • Engineered At – Columbia Recording Studios
  • Recorded At – University Of California, Davis
  • Recorded At – Center For The Creative And Performing Arts
  • Recorded At – Studio Di Musica Elettronica Di Torino

Credits

  • Co-producer – David Behrman, Larry Austin
  • Engineer – Rusty Paine
  • Recorded By – Rudolph De Grood (tracks: A, C)

Notes

Side A performed in concert at the First Festival of Live-Electronic Music 1967, University of California, Davis.
Side B performed in concert at the Center of the Creative and Performing Arts, Buffalo, New York.
Side C performed at the University of California, Davis.
Side D performed in Rome at the studios of Musica Elettronica Viva.

Records are supplements to the magazine of the same name which includes:

Robert Ashley "The Wolfman"
Mario Bertoncini "Cifre"
John Cage & Lejaren Hiller "HPSCHD"
Larry Austin "Accidents"
Lowell Cross "The Stirrer"
Lukas Foss "Etudes for Organ"
Jocy de Oliveira "Probalistic Theatre I" (with small envelope with score-map slide - see images for a scan of the slide)
Udo Kasements "Eight Edicts on Education with Eighteen Elaborations"
editor's comment
advertisers (CBS, Columbia and Odyssey Records; Slydapage; Composer/Performer Edition; NME Records; Gate 5 Records; The Printer; Source)

The magazine is 52 pages and they are spiral bound with the record jackets. The pages are 13.5" by 10.75".

Produced in cooperation with Columbia Records.
"This first special record issue has been made possible by a unique collaboration between Columbia Records and SOURCE. Directly responsible for this achievement is John McClure, Director of Columbia Masterworks, as well as the co-producers of the records, Larry Austin and David Behrman."

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A runout): SR-11-1A // 9 // A5 // P
  • Matrix / Runout (B runout): SR-12-1A // 0 // P
  • Matrix / Runout (C runout): SR-13-1A // 9 // 2 // P
  • Matrix / Runout (D runout): SR-14-1A // 0 // 2 // P
  • Matrix / Runout (A label): SR 11
  • Matrix / Runout (B label): SR 12
  • Matrix / Runout (C label): SR 13
  • Matrix / Runout (D label): SR 14
  • Rights Society: BMI

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