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COMPOSER(S) WORK TITLE EXPLANATION COMPOSER'S NOTES
Claude Schryer … just a pulse
(for piano and tape)
In this work the pianist plays pulsed notes against a tape of sustained sounds. The combination creates a play of opposition... [+]
The harmonic, melodic and timbral elements of “… just a pulse” were created using a SCRIPT program generated by the Synclavier... [+]

Iván Patachich

Analisi
(for violon and tape)

An example of a piece in which the acoustic sounds — used both with and without electroacoustic treatment — originate from a single source: a violin... [+]



Pierre-Alain Jaffrennou

Suite pour violoncelle et bande magnétique (Suite for Cello and Tape): 1st movement

Despite first impressions, this piece is in fact mixed. The electroacoustic processing essentially doubles the cello sound... [+]

The unity of this three-movement suite is built on the use of a single sound source: the cello... [+]

Bernard Donzel-Gargand

Transparence
(for tape and percussion)

Here the hybridization of percussion instruments and “invented” instruments is achieved through the use... [+]

In composing this work, I was inspired by the work of Kandinsky... [+]

Robert Rudolf

Something to Say
(for trumpet and tape)

This work uses sound elements created by a solo trumpet, and sounds produced... [+]
 

Brunce Pennycook

Praescio I
(for sax and synthesized sounds)

Here the saxophone sound is paired with sounds generated electronically using MIDI. The instrument has a brief ... [+]
 

Andrew Czink

Canto
(for voice and tape)

The voice is used here both for its interest as a sound source... [+]

"… in the gloom, the gold gathers the light about it."... [+]


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