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Gottfried Michael Koenig

Composing and generating audio via pc technology as soon as the mid-’60s, Gottfried Michael Koenig was a pivotal pressure in cementing the growing romantic relationship between music and consumer electronics. Given birth to in Magdeburg, Germany in 1926, Koenig analyzed composition in the Detmold College of Music before relocating to …

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Dwight Andrews

Andrews is a multi-instrumentalist and composer most widely known for his use pianist Anthony Davis, saxophonist Roscoe Mitchell and other associates from the Chicago and NY avant-garde academic institutions.

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Jill Kroesen

Performer and article writer Jill Kroesen hasn’t only participated in several rock rings and avant-garde productions, but in addition has produced primary music theater functions and written for separate magazines. In the middle-’70s, after gaining her M.F.A. at Mills University (where she examined with Terry Riley and Robert Ashley), Kroesen …

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Johannes Kalitzke

Johannes Kalitzke is well known for his progressive design of structure, which integrates electronic methods with strategies evolved by various avant-garde composers. Frequently Kalitzke’s compositions are limited in their selection of expression, due to their slim limitation on the amount of records employed. The digital noises he uses are usually …

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Hendrik Andriessen

The organist son of the prominent organist dad, Hendrik Andriessen exhibited in his compositions the improvisational freedom connected with his instrument. The sibling of Willem Andriessen, the primary Dutch pianist of his time, Hendrik had taken his calling significantly, frequently railing at having less preparation evident using regions of Dutch …

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Bülent Arel

Arel is a author of electronic music, educated on the Ankara Conservatory and in addition in Paris in audio engineering. He proved helpful for Radio Ankara and afterwards as a specialist for the Columbia-Princeton Digital Music Center in america. He became a resident of the united states in 1979. He …

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Bill Russell

Perhaps one of the most important authors and historians mixed up in New Orleans Revival from the 1940s, Costs Russell had many achievements behind the moments. A violinist who acquired extensive research in both functionality and structure, Russell was using the Crimson Gate Darkness Players from 1934-40. Throughout that period, …

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Giacinto Scelsi

Giacinto Scelsi’s music was largely unknown throughout the majority of his life, as he refused to conduct interviews or make analytical comments about his functions and rarely searched for performances. The behaviour behind his musical masterpieces can be linked along with this reclusiveness; through the 1940s he noticed music as …

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Marc Farre

Vocalist/songwriter Marc Farre was created in France, but immigrated to the U.S., where he handled the Merce Cunningham Dance Organization through the 1980s and caused avant-garde traditional composer John Cage. (He gained recording credits for translating liner records on albums of music by Cage and additional classical artists through the …

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Bruno Maderna

Italian composer and conductor Bruno Maderna was among the preeminent figures in modern Western music in the mid-twentieth century. Given birth to in Venice, Maderna was a kid prodigy who performed sizzling violin in an area combo and produced his performing debut at La Scala at age group 12. By …

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