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AHBEZ, EDEN - EDEN'S ISLAND (IT)

AHBEZ, EDEN - EDEN'S ISLAND (IT)

'THE MUSIC OF AN ENCHANTED ISLE' - Though he was originally from Brooklyn and raised by adoptive parents in rural Kansas, George Alexander Aberle aka Eden Ahbez, is about as California as they come. He was discovered in the 1940s while working in one of Los Angeles' ... read more »

 

ARTAUD, ANTONIN - POUR EN FINIR AVEC LE JUGEMENT DE DIEU

ARTAUD, ANTONIN - POUR EN FINIR AVEC LE JUGEMENT DE DIEU

Antonin Artaud was a French poet, dramatist, and director and one of the most important figures in 20th century European theater, and especially the avant-garde. His piece 'Pour En Finir Avec Le Jugement De Dieu' was recorded in 1947 to be aired on French radio. But the ... read more »

 

BHATTACHARYA, DEBEN - MUSIC ON THE DESERT ROAD

BHATTACHARYA, DEBEN - MUSIC ON THE DESERT ROAD

The late Deben Bhattacharya was a noted Bengali record producer, ethnomusicologist, poet, documentarian, radio producer, and all around renaissance man. Having moved from Northern India to London as a young man, Bhattacharya began working for the BBC as a radio producer. In ... read more »

 

DERBYSHIRE, DELIA - THE DREAMS

DERBYSHIRE, DELIA - THE DREAMS

Delia Derbyshire is one of the most innovative electronic musicians of the 20th Century. She is best known for her pioneering work for the BBC Radiophonic Workshop, and for composing the classic theme song for the original Doctor Who, believed to be the earliest ... read more »

 

DISSEVELT, TOM -& KID BALTAN- AS 'THE ELECTROSONIKS' - ELECTRONIC MUSIC

DISSEVELT, TOM -& KID BALTAN- AS 'THE ELECTROSONIKS' - ELECTRONIC MUSIC

Tom Dissevelt and Dick Raaymakers (aka Kid Baltan) were both Dutch composers and electronic music pioneers. Both musicians began their studies at Royal Conservatory of The Hague on trombone and piano respectively, and later discovered the music of Karlheinz Stockhausen and ... read more »

 

EIMERT, HERBERT - EPITAPH FÜR AIKICHI KUBOYAMA/SECHS STUDIEN

EIMERT, HERBERT - EPITAPH FÜR AIKICHI KUBOYAMA/SECHS STUDIEN

Herbert Eimert was a German music renaissance man, with his expertise ranging from theory to composition, editing, radio production, and criticism. He wrote numerous books on music theory, worked for years at the British occupational forces run Nordwestdeutscher Rundfunk. ... read more »

 

ESTANG, LUC -& PIERRE HENRY- - SAINT-EXUPÉRY

ESTANG, LUC -& PIERRE HENRY- - SAINT-EXUPÉRY

During his long and illustrious career the French composer and musique concrète pioneer Pierre Henry created a lare amount of incidental music to accompany literary texts, both on record and for the stage, from Jules Verne to Victor Hugo, from Lautréamont to ... read more »

 

GURDJIEFF, G.I. - IMPROVISATIONS

GURDJIEFF, G.I. - IMPROVISATIONS

G.I. Gurdjieff was an Armenian and Greek philosopher, spiritual teacher, and musician, whose teachings of The Fourth Way influenced thousands worldwide and created communities that still exist to this day. His goal was to teach humans to reach a higher consciousness out of ... read more »

 

HENRY, PIERRE - ORPHÉE BALLET

HENRY, PIERRE - ORPHÉE BALLET

Scored for Maurice Béjart's choreography to the 'Orphée Ballet', based on the Greek god Orpheus, this is one of Pierre Henry's finest works of musique concrète, the genre in which Henry was an early innovator and to which he devoted his career. After ... read more »

 

HOLCOMB, ROSCOE/WADE WARD - THE MUSIC OF ROSCOE HOLCOMB & WADE WARD

HOLCOMB, ROSCOE/WADE WARD - THE MUSIC OF ROSCOE HOLCOMB & WADE WARD

A magical collection of Kentucky's own Roscoe Holcomb, one of the most legendary figures of Appalachian music and a huge influence on the '60s folk scene, and Wade Ward, a Virginia fiddle and clawhammer banjo player who's style has been often imitated. Playing banjo, ... read more »

 

KULTHUM, UMM - THE TWINKLING STAR

KULTHUM, UMM - THE TWINKLING STAR

Umm Kulthum (or Oum Kalsoum) was a legendary Egyptian vocalist and one of the biggest celebrities of the 20th century Arab world. She was dubbed "The voice of Egypt" and "Egypt's fourth pyramid", and is considered a national treasure. This 1961 album, ... read more »

 

LINDBLAD, RUNE - DEATH OF THE MOON & OTHER EARLY WORKS

LINDBLAD, RUNE - DEATH OF THE MOON & OTHER EARLY WORKS

Rune Lindblad was born in Gothenburg, Sweden in 1923 and began composing music in 1953. This was a time when composers in Germany and France were feuding over the merits of electronic music made by pure wave oscillators versus musique concrete, which used the tape recorder ... read more »

 

LOGOTHETIS, ANESTIS - HÖR!-SPIEL/NEKROGLOG 1961/FANTASMATA 1960

LOGOTHETIS, ANESTIS - HÖR!-SPIEL/NEKROGLOG 1961/FANTASMATA 1960

The Greek avant-garde composer Anestis Logothetis was noted for his pioneering tape techniques as well as developing his own notation system for composition that incorporated visual symbols meant to be interpreted by the performers. '"Hör!-spiel"/Nekrologlog ... read more »

 

MORESCHI, ALESSANDRO - THE LAST CASTRATO

MORESCHI, ALESSANDRO - THE LAST CASTRATO

Alessandro Moreschi (1858-1922) was the last known castrato, and the only one to have ever made recordings. He was born into a catholic family in one of the so-called Roman Castles, where he was castrated either for health reasons, or because of his singing talents, the ... read more »

 

PERREY, JEAN-JACQUES - PRELUDE AU SOMMEIL (CLEAR)

PERREY, JEAN-JACQUES - PRELUDE AU SOMMEIL (CLEAR)

Repress of 300 copies on clear vinyl. One of the pioneers of musique concrète and electronic tape manipulation, 'Prélude Au Sommeil' is Perrey's debut recording but shows a composer already at maturity. Originally released at the end of the fifties, as a ... read more »

 

POUSSEUR, HENRI - EARLY EXPERIMENTAL ELECTRONIC MUSIC 1954-1961

POUSSEUR, HENRI - EARLY EXPERIMENTAL ELECTRONIC MUSIC 1954-1961

Henri Pousseur was a Belgian composer, teacher, and music theorist active from the the 1950s on. Influenced by Pierre Boulez, Karlheinz Stockhausen, and Luciano Berio, Pousseur may be lesser known than those contemporaries but his composition and technique is regarded by ... read more »

 

RITCHIE, JEAN - SINGING THE TRADITIONAL SONGS OF...

RITCHIE, JEAN - SINGING THE TRADITIONAL SONGS OF...

...HER KENTUCKY MOUNTAIN FAMILY' - In the world of American folk music, Jean Ritchie was a truly unique presence. Most of the younger artists of the folk revival of the '50s and '60s were middle class urbanites and liberal arts college students who helped ... read more »

 

VARIOUS - MUSIC OF INDONESIA

VARIOUS - MUSIC OF INDONESIA

Indonesia, an archipelago of more than 13,000 islands including Java, the world's most populous island, and Bali, is as diverse as it is large. Having been a crucial stop on international trade routes since as early as the 7th century the influences on Indonesian musical ... read more »

 

 


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