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|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Danny Sofer; Phil Loarie; William Novak, (Vocalist); Laurie Anderson; Scott Johnson; Johanna Magdalena Beyer; Annea Lockwood; Pauline Oliveros; Laurie Spiegel; Megan Roberts; E Ruth Anderson; Electric Weasel Ensemble.
|Language Note:||Vocal works in English.|
Annea Lockwood is a New Zealand musician.
Originally released as 1750 Arch S-1765; subsequently released as CRI CD 728.
Program notes by Charles Amirkhanian with selected discography and bibliography (27 p.) inserted in container.
|Performer(s):||The 1st work performed by the Electric Weasel Ensemble; the remainder realized in various electronic music studios, the 5th with assisting vocalists and instrumentalists, and the 7th and 8th with vocals by the composer.|
|Event notes:||Realized at Hunter College Electronic Music Studio (2nd, 6th works), San Francisco Tape Music Center (3rd work), Bell Labs, Murray Hill, N.J. (4th work), Mills Center for Contemporary Music (5th work), and studios of Laurie Anderson, New York City (7th-8th works); the 1st work recorded at 1750 Arch Studios.|
|Description:||1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||Music of the spheres / Johanna M. Beyer (Electric Weasel Ensemble) (5:57) --
World rhythms / Annea Lockwood (8:24) --
Bye bye butterfly / Pauline Oliveros (8:03) --
Appalachian grove I / Laurie Spiegel (5:23) --
I could sit here all day / Megan Roberts (Danny Sofer, drums ; Phil Loarie, William Novak, vocalists) (6:25) --
Points / Ruth Anderson (5:26) --
New York social life (3:26) ; Time to go (2:54) / Laurie Anderson (Laurie Anderson, voice, violin ; Scott Johnson, tamboura, guitar, and organ).
|Other Titles:||New music for electronic and recorded media
Women in electronic music, 1977