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R‚pertoire International des Musiques Electroacoustiques International Electronic Music Catalog compiled by Hugh Davies, Electronic Music Review Nos. 2/3, April/July 1967a cooperative publication of Le Groupe de Recherches Musicales de l'O.R.T.F. 5, Avenue du Recteur Poincar‚__Paris 16, France and The Independent Electronic Music Center, Inc. Trumansburg, New York 14886, U.S.A. Distributed by The M.I.T. Press, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, and London, England (c) 1968 by the Independent Electronic Music Center, Inc. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA excerpts typed by BG 95 2098w

CALIFORNIA (Calif.)

BERKELEY Buchla Associates (formerly part of San Francisco Tape Music Center)

PP 1966, also improvisations performed at festivals and happenings, 1966 (Buchla system).

McDermed + Sender, Improvisations for Dance (Buchla modular electronic music system, improvisation), B, 1966, 25', 4 channels.

Buchla, Electric Laugh (Buchla system), C*, 1966, 9', 5 ch.

McDermed, Red (Buchla system), C*, 1966, 7', 5 ch.

BERKELEY (David Talcott) ip? untraced

Talcott, Loop No. 3, C, 1957, 3'56", 1, Fol MEA.

Talcott, Trilogy in Two Channels (original version "Trilogy", 1957, 1 track, C, 1958, 5"17', (1)2 tracks, Fol MEA.

Talcott, Tribulation 1958, C, 7"20", 2? (tracks).

BERKELEY (La Monte Young) ip moved to NYC

Young, 2 sounds (realization by Terry Riley and La Monte Young also as Merce Cunningham ballet "Winterbranch since 1964), C, 1960, 13'-23', 2x1.

DAVIS Davis Electronic Music Studio, University of California at Davis PO "1965) 1966

also realizations (Austin) of "Spazio a 5" and "Die Schachtel" by Evangelisti (1966), scores published by "Pet" and "Ton'

Austin, Changes: Open Style for trombone and tape, C+, 1965, 10", 2, CPE

Krumm, commercial background musical devices for Volkswagen Advertisements, In, 1966, (1'06"), 4 tracks, rin Tex Drumm + Miller.

Austin, The Maze: a Theater Piece in Open Style for three percussionists, dancer, tapes, machines and projections, C+, 1966, 32', 3X2 tracks, CPE+Src.

Mizelle, Straight Ahead, for five instruments and tape, C+, 1966, 10', 2 tracks, CPE.

Lunetta, Zupfgeige Rinne, C, 1966, 10', 2 tracks.

Krumm, Base for "star Chamber" (work in progress), C, 1966-67, 38'45", 4 tracks, rin Tex, Krumm.

p.169-170

OAKLAND The Tape Music Center, Mills College PO 1966 moved from San Francisco SFTMC

Oliveros, Hallo, for electronically modified piano, 2 tape delay systems, violin, voice, actor, light projections and dancers, C*, 1966, 20', 14 ch.

Oliveros, Accordion, solo for amplified accordion with tape delay system and eight channels, C*, 1966, 20', 8 ch.

Boone, A Cool Glow of Radiation, for solo flute and tape C+, 1966, 5', 2.

Oliveros, Engineers Delight, for Piccolo and Seven Conductors (not Electronic), for amplification program sources, four turntables and modulation, C*, 1966, 7', 4 ch.

Felciano, Glossolalia - Ritual for electronic tape, percussion, dramatic tenor and organ, C+, 1967, 12', 1, FEL, WLP.

Erickson, Roddy, C 1967, 6'30", 2.

Felciano, untitled work, for flute, clarinet, violin, cello, harp, percussion, piano and electronic tape, C+, 8', 1.

Oliveros, Circuitry, for five amplified percussion (scored by light circuitry: work in progress), C*, 1967.

Felciano, Alleluia from the Mass for Pentecost, for unison male chorus, organ and electronic tape, C+, 1967, 1 WLS.

SAN FRANCISCO (?) (George Abend) IP

Abend, Organic Triangle, C 1957, 2'49", 1 MEA..

Abend, Untitled, C 1958?, ?, 1.

SAN FRANCISCO (Pieter van Deusen) ip

van Deusen, Flight, C/B, 1958?, ?, 1.

SAN FRANCISCO (?) (L. K. Dunham) ip

Dunhan, The Awakening, C, 1958?, ?, 1. (?SP) p.175

SAN FRANCISCO Electronic Music Studio, San Francisco Conservatory of Music PO 1966 partial continuation of San Francisco SFTMC (see also Oakland) (Jepson)

no works yet produced

SAN FRANCISCO (?) (Robert Garfias) ip

Garfias, Muskaku, C, 1958?, ?, 1.

SAN FRANCISCO (Henry Jacobs) PP 1953 no information received

1957-60 with Jordan Belson organized programs of tape music VORTEX in San Francisco Morrison Planetarium. Musical Engineering Associates formed in 1959?), Electronic Creative Products in 1965 (work with videotape, etc.) also sound collages for R programs (KPFA-FM, Berkeley), some of which on Folkways records.

Jacobs, experiments in synthetic rhythm, St, 1953-54.

Jacobs, Sonata for loudspeaker, St, 1954?, 1'43", 1 Fol.

Jacobs, Sonata for loudspeaker (different composition), St, 1954?, 5'53", 1 Fol..

Jacobs, The Orange Seller, Th, 1955, ? 1.

Jacobs, Electronic Kabuki Mambo, (based on above), C, 1955, 4'40", 1, Fol. MEA.

Jacobs, Chan, C, 1956, 2'13", 1, Fol. MEA.

Jacobs, Logos, C/F, 1956, 2'08", 1, Fol MEA.

Jacobs Rhythm Study No. 8, C, 1957, 2'37", 1, Fol MEA.

Jacobs, Rhythmology, C, 1958?, ?, 1?.

"Sputnick", rocking the Orbit, C, 1958?, ? 1.

Jacobs, Time, C, 1959?, 2'05", 1?.

SAN FRANCISCO (Warner Jepson) ip

Jepson, The Branch, B, 1960, 12', 1.

Jepson, The HIll, B, 1963, 12', 1.

SAN FRANCISCO KSFR-AM (radio) io

Knight, The "Prophets", C, 1964, 30', 2.

SAN FRANCISCO (?) (Gordon Longfellow) ip

Longfellow, Notes on the History of the World: parts 1-2, C 1959?, ?, 2?

part 3, 4'10", 2?, Fol.

Longfellow, 350-2, (Three Fifty Dash Two), C, 1959?, 3'20", 2?, Fol.

SAN FRANCISCO (Richard Maxfield) 'PP 1966, moved from NYC

Maxfield, Bacchanale II, C, 1966, 11', 2.

Maxfield, Dream, C 1967, 0'09", 1.

SAN FRANCISCO, (Steve Reich) PP 1963-65, moved to NYC

Reich, The Plastic Haircut, F, 1964, 3'00", 1.

Reich, Music for piano and tape, C+, 1964, 4'10", 2.

Reich, Livelihood, C, 1964, 3'10", 2.

Reich, Its Gonna Rain, or Meet Brother Walter in Union Square after listening to Terry Riley, C, 1965, 17'30", 2.

SAN FRANCISCO (?) (Terry Riley) ip moved to NYC

Riley, Concert for two pianists and five tape recorders (electronic version), C+, 1960, (4'15"?), 5x1?.

SAN FRANCISCO San Francisco Tape Music Center (SFTMC) PP (1959) 1960-66 moved to Oakland (also SF Conservatory and Berkeley-Buchla)

tapes available from Tape Music Center at Mills College, Oakland, except works by Subotnick (MCA), no complete list of the SFTMC's production exists - this list assembled from many sources, particularly individual composers - so that not all tapes are available through Mills College

Sender and Subotnick also music for R, TV, F

1962-64 about 25 collective improvisations in concerts: instruments (contact microphones), live electronic sounds, tape loops, visual projections, etc.

film and slide projections usually by Anthony Martin.

Subotnick, Sound blocks: an Heroic Vision, for four instruments, tape and projections (Robert Levign), C+, 1959, 32', 2.

Subotnick, King Lear, Th, 1960, 40', 2x2.

Sender, Kronos, C, 1961, 12', 2.

Riley, Five-Legged Stool, (original score), MT, 1961?, ?, 2?.

Oliveros, Time Perspectives, C, 1961, 20', 4.

Subotnick, Five-Legged Stool (new version), MT, 1961, 75/, 2.

Riley, M-Mix, C, 1961?, ?, 2?.

Sender, 4 Sanskrit Hymns, for 4 soprani, 12 instruments and 3 tape recorders, C+, 1961, 17', 3x1.

Subotnick, Waiting for Godot, Th, 1961, 20', 2.

Riley, In C, C, 1961?, ? 2?.

Winsor, Sound Study I, C, 1961, 6 x 10', 1.

Subotnick, The Computer and the Mind of Man (series of 6 TV films), TV, 1961, 6 x 10", 1.

Subotnick, Yod, C, 1961, 12', 2.

Sender, Kore, C, 1962, 8'40", 2.

Subotnick, Galileo, Th, 1962, 30', 2x2.

Subotnick, The Balcony, Th, 1962, 20', 2.

Sender, Interstices, C, 1963, 10'35", 2.

Oliveros, Seven Passages for Dancer, B, 1963, 14', 2.

Subotnick, Mandolin, for viola, film and tape, MT, 1963, 15', 2, MCA.

Sender, Thrones, for amplified piano, tape and projections, C+, 18',2.

Subotnick, The Tarot, Part II, for 10 instruments and tape, C+, 1963, 10', 1, MCA.

Martirano, Three electronic dances, C, 1963, 5', 2, withdrawn?

Callahan Y (film by Gerd Stern), F, 1963, 12', 1.

Subotnick, Play! No. 1, for woodwind quintet, piano, tape and film, C+, 1964, 17' 2, MCA.

Sender, Desert Ambulance, for piano accordion, tape, film and projections, MT, 1964, 16', 2.

Subotnick, UCLA, C, 1964, 5'10", 2, MCA, rin Brandeis,

Subotnick, Play! No. 2, for orchestra and tape, C+, 1964, 9', 2, MCA.

Subotnick, Prelude No. 3, for piano and tape, C+, 1964, 7', 2, withdrawn rin Brandeis.

Subotnick, Serenade No. 3, for flute, clarinet, violin, piano and tape, C+, 1964, 11', 2, Bow.

Oliveros, Before the Music Ends, B, 1965, 13',2.

Subotnick, Danton's Death, Th, 1965,40', 2x2.

Subotnick, suite from "Danton's Death", C, 1965, 9', 2, MCA.

Oliveros, Pieces of Eight, for wind octet and tape, C+, 1965, 16', 2.

Rabe, ARG-N.Y. 3/5/65, 4-5P. M., C, 1965, 6'30", 2.

Oliveros, The Chronicles of Hell, Th, 1965, 90', 2.

Bark, (title unknown), C, 1965, ?, 2?.

Mellnas, (title unknown), C, 1965, ?, 2?.

Oliveros, Light Piece for David Tudor, for electronically modified piano, light, film and tape., C+, 1965, 35', 4 tr + 3 ch.

Rabe, Parades and Changes (original score), MT, 1965, 15'-180', 4x2.

Subotnick, Play! No. 3, for tape, one player and film, C+, 1965, 2', s.

Oliveros, George Washington Slept Here, for amplified violin, film, projections and tape, C+, 1965, 15', 2.

Subotnick, The Tarot, Part III, for soprano, tape and projections, C+, 1965, 14', 2, MCA.

Oliveros, The Covenant, B - F, 1965, 10', 1.

Rabe + Subotnick, Fresno Drone, C, 1965, 16'55", 2.

Sender, In the Garden, for projections and tape, C, 1965, 18' 2.

Oliveros, Rock Symphony, C, 1965, 12', 2.

Oliveros, A Theater Piece, for 15 actors, film, projections, players and tape, MT, 1965, 75', 4.

Shapiro, Antiphonies I, for piano and tape, C+, 1965, 6', 2.

Oliveros, Mnemonics II, C, 1965, 12', 2.

Shapiro, Chamber Music 1965, for piano, cello, clarinet and tape, C+, 1965, 12', 2.

Oliveros, Mnemonics V, C, 1965, 12', 2.

Moran, realization of "Hexahedra" (Matsushita), for mobile, actor and tape, C+, 1965, 10', 2.

Maginnis, Flight, C, 1965, ?, 2.

Oliveros, Cat O' Nine Tails, for theater group and tape, MT, 1965, 20', 2.

Martin, A, The Room, for visual projections and tape, C, 1965, 15', 2.

Austin, Catharsis: Open Style for two improvisation ensembles, tape conductor (tape alone for ballet version), C+/B, 1965, 8', 4.

Jepson, Terraine, B, 1966, 9', 2.

Erickson, Ricerare a 5, for trombone and tape, C+, 1966, 14' 2x2/2.

Jepson, Twelve Day Raga, C, 1966, 19', 2.

Austin, Bass: a Theater Piece in Open Style for string bass, player, tape and film, C+, 1966, 10'30", 2, CPE.

Jepson, Banger, C, 1966, 12', 2.

Oliveros, Apple Box (each player has an amplified apple box, a bow, mallets and very small sound producers): Apple Box (solo), ind, 1 ch, Apple Box (duo), ind, 2 ch, Apple Box Orchestra with bottle Chorus

Jepson, Joy Journey, C, 1966, 11', 2.

Jepson, The Fly, C, 1966, 10', 2.

SAN JOSE San Jos‚ State College PO Studio planned for late 1967 (Coker)

SAUSALITO (?) (William Loughborough ip (?)

Loughborough, For the Big Horn, C, 1957, 2'40", 1, Fol MEA

Loughborough, Boom, C, 1958?, 2?

STANFORD Stanford University ip (?)

Byrd + Shirley, Piano Study, C, 1964?, ?, 1?.

pp.175-180

DISCOGRAPHY/DISCOGRAPHIE

Fol FOLKWAYS (Englewood Cliffs, NJNew York, NY).

*FS 3861 f (formerly FP86-1) (m, 30cm, 33) "Radio Programme No. 1: Henry Jacobs' 'Music and Folklore' ", Jacobs: Audio Collage; Jacobs: Loop 2 - channel rhythms.

*FX 6160 (m, 30 cm, 33). "Sounds of New Music". Jacobs: Tape-loops and rhythms (introduction). Maren: Natural Pipes (base for Musique Concrete)

p.271

TAPES/BANDES

CPE COMPOSER/PERFORMER EDITION (Davis, Calif) (also publishes "Source", see under "Src")

Austin: Bass (tape + mat hire)

Austin: Changes (tape + mat sale)

Austin: The Maze (tape + mat hire: also in "Source")

Hunt: Unit 1, for solo situation (score sale: electronic version not available)

Mizelle: Straight Ahead (tape + mat hire)

p.278

FEL F.E.L. PUBLICATIONS (Chicago)

Felciano: Mass (tape + mat hire)

p.279

MCA MUSICAL CORPORATION OF AMERICA (New York, NY)

Subotnick: Mandolin, MT (tape + score hire). Parades and Changes, MT. Play! No. 1 (tape + mat hire). Play! No. 2 (tape + mat hire).Play No. 3 (tape + score hire). Play No. 4 (tape + mat hire). Prelude No. 4 (tape + score (in preparation) sale). Suite from "Danton's Death". The Tarot, Part II (tape + mat hire). The Tarot, Part III (tape + score hire). UCLA. (work for orchestra and tape) (tape + mat hire).

MEA NEW MUSICAL ENGINEERING ASSOCIATES (Sausalito, Calif)

MEA 101 (tape sale; 2 tr, 7-1/2 ips) "Vortex" Abend: Organic Triangle Jacobs: Chan. Electronic Kabuki Mambo. Logos. Rhythm Study No. 8. Loughborough: For the Big Horn Talcott: Loop No. 3. Trilogy (original version). p.280-281

Jazz (Jaz) Riley: "Shemooshe" (?) 1966? p.289

Other aspects of jazz

electronic music by Beaver in performances with Don Ellis, the Hindustani Jazz Sextet and Emil Richards. p.290

Painting/Peinture (Pnt)

Oliveros:Light Piece for David Tudor 1965

Oliveros: Circuitry (work in progress) 1967

p,291

WORKS BASED ON POPULAR MUSIC RECORDINGS/ OEUVRES BASEES SUR DES ENREGISTREMENTS DE VARIETES

Riley: i can't stop 1966?

Light-Sound Dimension (San Francisco, USA: not yet recorded; mixed media group)

p.298

Precursors

SAN FRANCISCO

Belson: Allure (Belson film) 1964? ?

Belson: Re-Entry (Belson film) 1965? 6'

p.303


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