Electronic Music Review N°1 (Jan 1967)

Contents:
EMscope
Raymond Wilding-White- Happy Birthday
Harold Bode- The Multiplier-Type Ring Modulator
Karlheinz Stockhausen- Notes on Mixtur (1964)
Robert Ceely- Electronic Music Three Ways
Symposium: Programmed Control
Robert A. Moog- Introduction to Programmed Control
Emmanuel Ghent- The Coordinome in Relation to Electronic Music
George w. Logemann- Techniques for Programmed Electronic Music Synthesis
James Gabura and Gustav Ciamaga- Digital Computer Control of Sound Generating Apparatus for the Production of Electronic Music
Luciano Berio- Remarks to the Kind Lady of Baltimore
Contributors

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The Art of Marcus Behmer

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Michael Douglas Marcus Behmer (* October 1 1879 in Weimar ; † September 12th 1958 in Berlin ) was a German magazine and book artist, illustrator, graphic artist and painter.

Stockhausen Karlheinz TRANS und so weiter 1973

TRANS und so weiter…” (colour film by Gérard Patris, 1973)

Duration:ca. 60 minutes, Contents: In 1973 Gérard Patris made this film for the Zweite Deutsche Fernsehen (Second German Television) station during rehearsals and performances of Stockhausen works for the Recontres Internationales de Musique Contemporaine, in Metz: TRANS, MIKROPHONIE I, ZYKLUS, REFRAIN, KONTAKTE, AM HIMMEL WANDRE ICH, CEYLON. Language:German

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Sound Sculpture | 1975 A collection of essays by artists surveying the techniques; applications; and future directions of sound sculpture

 

 

CONTENTS

PART I: ESSAYS ON SOUND SCULPTURE

BERNARD BASCHET: Structurcs Sonores
FRANCOIS BASCHET:mStructures Sonores and the Future
A. VILLEMINOT:Sketches of Large Scale Baschet Sound Sculptures
HARRY BERTOIA: Sounding Sculptures
ALLAN KAPROW: Animation: Stephan Von Huene’s Sound Sculptures
STEPHAN VON HUENE: Photo Album
DAVID JACOBS: Notebook
REINHOLD PIEPER MARXHAUSEN: Variations on the Theme for Listening to Door Knobs
CHARLES MATTOX: The Evolution of My Audio-Kinetic Sculptures

PART II: HERITAGES & ATTITUDES

HARRY PARTCH: Monophonic Just Intonation (excerpted)
HARRY PARTCH: No Barriers
LOU HARRISON: Lou Harrison‘s Music Primer (excerptcd)
GYORGY KEPES The New Landscape in Art and Science (excerpted)
R. MURRAY SCHAFER: The Graphics of Musical Thought

PART III: FUTURE DIRECTIONS

DAVID ROSENBOOM Vancouvcr Piece
WALTER WRIGHT: Videotape Kitchen Notes
DAVID ROTHENBERG: Visual Music – A New Art Form
JOHN CHOWNING: The Simulation of Moving Sound Sources (excerpted)
Corporeal Sound Sculpture
COREY FISCHER:Transitions
JOHN GRAYSON: A Sound Awareness Workshop

PART IV: PRACTICAL PROJECTS & POSSIBILITIES

WILLIAM COLVIG: A Western Gamelan
PAUL EARLS: Sounding Space: Drawing Room Music
IVOR DARREG: The Amplifying Clavichord
TONY PRICE: A Musical Carillon
A Concert of Factory Sirens and Steam Whistles
LUIS FRANGELLA: Rain Music II : A Large Scale Environmental Sound Sculpture
MAX DEAN: A Sound Activated Sound Sculpture
Sound Sewage
Selected Readings
A Request to Sound Sculptors

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“The Art of Noises” Luigi Russolo Audio Works

Wiki: “Luigi Russolo (30 April 1883 – 4 February 1947) was an Italian Futurist painter and composer, and the author of the manifesto The Art of Noises (1913).[1] He is often regarded as one of the first noise musicexperimental composers with his performances of “noise concerts” in 1913-14 and then again after World War I, notably in Paris in 1921.[2] He is also one of the first theorists of electronic music.”

Risveglio

Crepitatore

Ululatore

Gracidatore

Gorgogliatore

Ronzatore

Arco-Enarmonico

Corale-1921

Serenata-1921

Laviatore-Dro-op33

Macchina-Tipografica

Canzone Rumorista

Omaggio a Luigi Russolo

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An Anthology Of Chance Operations

This PDF is very interesting and difficult to place in any single category.  Here is a Wiki quote: “In 1961 Flynt coined the term concept art in the Neo-Dada, proto-Fluxus book An Anthology of Chance Operations (published by Jackson Mac Low and La Monte Young) that was released in 1963. An Anthology of Chance Operations contained seminal works by Fluxus artists such as Al HansenGeorge Brecht and Dick Higgins. Flynt’s concept art, he maintained, devolved from cognitive nihilism, from insights about the vulnerabilities of logic and mathematics. Drawing on an exclusively syntactical paradigm of logic and mathematics, concept art was meant jointly to supersede mathematics and the formalistic music then current in serious art music circles. Therefore, Flynt maintained, to merit the label concept art, a work had to be an object-critique of logic or mathematics or objective structure.” It has nothing to do withconcept art as the term is used to describe a form of illustration in the realm of the digital arts.”

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Saturday Morning Kid’s Animation Processed With The Rutt-Etra QC Video Software

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Thank You Vade for this great Quartz Composer software! Visit his site at: v002.info/​?page_id=19

Quote from Bill Etra:

“The dream was to create a compositional tool that would allow you to prepare visuals like a composer composes music. I called it then and I call it now “the visual piano”, because with the piano the composer can compose an entire symphony and be sure of what it will sound like. It was my belief then and it is my belief now after 40 years of working towards this, that this will bring about a great change and great upwelling of creative work once it is accomplished. This software is one step closer to that since, once we’re on the computer, things can be developed and repeated reliably.”