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Oh!... Impotencia

Description: Recording of Jacky Schreiber's Oh!...Impotencia. For electronics. The concept of this piece is written as: we remain in the hope of differentiating between two realities, the real and the virtual. This music aims to fight impotence and understand any of these two realities. It's like a dinner where each dish adapts to each person.
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Date: 1995
Duration: 10 minutes 11 seconds
Creator: Schreiber, Jacky
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Piedra

Description: Recording of Eduardo Polonio's Peidra.
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Date: 1996
Duration: 5 minutes 16 seconds
Creator: Polonio, Eduardo, 1941-
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Migrations postlude

Description: Recording of Adelberg Rudow's Migrations postlude. This work includes a fragment from 16 poems, which the composer was commissioned to create a work to Cavalieri's 16 poem. The only theme in entirety is "Love of Children" theme.
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Date: 1996
Duration: 3 minutes 48 seconds
Creator: Rudow, Adelberg
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Nocturno

Description: Recording of Francisco Kröpfl's Nocturno. The intention of this work is to produce a piece for work without great contrasts. Comprised of three sections: the first of slow evolution is the slow and constant in one harmonic patern. In the second section this material is re-elaborated obtaining irruptive sounds, similar to sleigh bells. Oriented movement is detained in the third section by a group of consonant related eight sounds of fixed pitch derived from the harmonic structure of the first section. Produced by means of a Buchla voltage controlled synthesizer.
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Date: 1970
Duration: 25 minutes 03 seconds
Creator: Kröpfl, Francisco, 1931-
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Dialogos 1

Description: Recording of Francisco Kropfl's Dialogos 1. This work uses complexes of short of electronic sounds with long reverberations of the round 10 seconds each, thanks to the natural reverberation chamber build at the studio at that time. The name of the piece relates to the "dialog" between the long transparent sounds obtained through the aforementioned procedure and the original electronic pulses.
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Date: 1964
Duration: 14 minutes 56 seconds
Creator: Kropfl, Francisco
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Klagovisor

Description: Recording of Ákos Rozman's Klagovisor. This work is written in memory of the composer's mother. The use of an old dried-out zither is used within the piece. There are also sounds of strings and crying, wailing vocal fragments from Hungarian folk music groups. The piece consists of thirteen short movements that blend into each other. Text by Isabel Thomson, was heavily inspired by Ákos Rózmann.
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Date: 1987
Duration: 18 minutes 15 seconds
Creator: Rozman, Ákos
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Biography

Description: Recording of Erik Peters' Biography. For electronics utilizing traditional electro-acoustic technique. This work is made up of 12 parts: 1. Prologue, 2. Ritournelle I, 3. Entre pre et fils. 4. Ritournelle II, 5. Vue sur la grande vallée, 6. Trios amis, 7. Ritournelle III, 8. Entre un homme et une femme, 9. D'un endroit pas trop loin des cimes des arbes, 10. Ritournelle IV, 11. Antipatio, and 12. Epilogue.
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Date: 1995
Duration: 19 minutes 43 seconds
Creator: Peter, Erik
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Vox II

Description: Recording of Jorge Luis Sad's Vox II. The composer used some sound from a former piece "VOX". The basic intention of this piece was continuing the exploration of sound materials and gestures of ethnic and "art" music. The sounds are present in small fragmental groups. Samples were taken from rock singers (Robert Plant and Peter Gabriel) percussion instruments from Bali and then processed using music software developed at CCRMA (SMS and CLM) on a NeXt Computer, and an AI Korg processor.
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Date: 1994/1995
Duration: 27 minutes 45 seconds
Creator: Sad, Jorge Luis
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Pagina Blanca

Description: Recording of Antonio Moliterni's Pagina Blanca. This work was inspired by 1970s rock. Every sound was created by the Kawai K5 synthesizer, with an additive synthesis generated and two oscillators in the differing techniques. The first one, in parallel (64 harmonics for each osc) and the second one, series (128 partials for each oscillation).
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Date: 1990
Duration: 3 minutes 58 seconds
Creator: Moliterni, Antonio
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Para Bla

Description: Recording of Enrique Belloc's Para Bla. This work is dedicated to the composer's daughter, Barbara. This composition does not intend to transcribe the spirit of poetry into musical discourse, but rather to pay homage to the creative nature of the writer. The work offers both, and in a veiled way, the use of a certain rhythmic gesticulation specific to techno music and the use of pitch as a type of sound material, without letting it appear for so much the notion of tonality.
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Date: 1993
Duration: 6 minutes 05 seconds
Creator: Belloc, Enrique, 1936-
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1789-1989

Description: Recording of Juan Blanco's 1789-1989. This piece aims to expose how the French Revolution, through the Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen, inspired the liberation movements of the people against the oppressive and tyrannical governments. The piece is divided into two parts, which give a sound panorama of the triumph, using electronic and acoustic equipment, the latter taken from songs of the time: "Departure to Place de la Bastille"; "Place and capture of the Bastille", "Lamentation of Louis XVI" and "The Permanent Guillotine", and ends with a few words from the Declaration of 1789, in French.
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Date: 1989
Duration: 20 minutes 10 seconds
Creator: Blanco, Juan, 1919-2008
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Bamboo, Silk and Stone

Description: Recording of Barry Truax's Bamboo, Silk and Stone. This is a collabrative work with Barry Truax, who realized the tape, and Randy Raine-Reusch who performed the source material for the tape (on the balinese suling gambuh, the Chinese guzheng, the Korean hun or ocarina, gongs and tam-tam) and who composed the live accompaniment which he plays on the first three of those instruments. The tape part is mostly improvisations gestures used by the performer. The work was realized using the composer's PODX system which incorporates the DMX-1000 Digital Signal Processor controlled by a PDP Micro-11 computer with software for real-time granular synthesis and signal processing.
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Date: 1994
Duration: 9 minutes 22 seconds
Creator: Truax, Barry
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Ave Maria Stella

Description: Recording of Jozef Malovec's Ave Maria Stella. Ave Maria Stella has been sung in monasteries from the Middle Ages to the present day. The lyrical poems have undergone various musical adaptations from the Gregorian choirs to popular songs, by numerous anonymous authors. The lyrical poem has a philosophical and spiritual orientation. This electroacoustic composition is inspired by the Ave Maria Stella made using electroacoustic sound transformations, embellished with quotes from different versions of this song.
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Date: unknown
Duration: 13 minutes 16 seconds
Creator: Malovec, Jozef, 1933-1998
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Suite Logique

Description: Recording of Alba F. Triana Orozco's Suite Logique. For DAT tape. This work uses samples of an electric guitar and an electric bass as its main sound materials, and synthesis. The starting point for the micro and macro structural organization of the work is a system of proportions depending on a logical sequence present. The form is divided into five parts organized in the form of an arc, which appear as blocks or sound masses. Suite Logique shows the different faculties of timbre in systematically planned durations.
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Date: 1994
Duration: 30 minutes 15 seconds
Creator: Triana Orozco, Alba F.
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Coil

Description: Recording of Anders Vinjar's Coil. This work attempts to lead the listener on a journey which unravels present and distant perspectives on space and time. All the sounds are created with sound-synthesis language. Amongst the techniques which have taken part in forming the piece are various types of cross-synthesis, amplitude-modulation, cross-synthesis based on FFT and LPC-analysis, and granular signal processing. These techniques aid in forming the piece and create a piece between noise and tone.
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Date: 1996
Duration: 14 minutes 09 seconds
Creator: Vinjar, Anders, 1963-
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Upon the Ruins of Ophra

Description: Recording of Arie Shapria's Upon the Ruin of Ophra. This work uses eight different recorders which sonically consist of old Israelite songs, treated by an analogous technique, using noise gates, a vocoder, and the pitch to voltage of a synthesizer.
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Date: 1989
Duration: 51 minutes 19 seconds
Creator: Shapira, Arie
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Deaf thoughts

Description: Recording of Bjarne Kvinnsland's Deaf thoughts. This work uses SGI for signal processing. The composer has used various programs including Geres, Mix, Mix Views, CDP, CM, and CLM. This work is called "Pensées sourdes". A reflection on all the thoughts you will never be able to express.
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Date: 1996
Duration: 23 minutes 54 seconds
Creator: Kvinnsland, Bjarne
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November's Eve. Tombeau à Pierre Schaeffer

Description: Recording of November's Eve. Tombeau à Pierre Schaeffer. This work's sound source is made up of stretched metallic sounds, both processed by electronic FX's and as the original recordings. The work was all a contribution the the memorial concert for Pierre Schaeffer.
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Date: 1995/1996
Duration: 3 minutes 43 seconds
Creator: Ruohomäki, Jukka, 1947-
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The Ocean

Description: Recording of Stanislav Kreitchi's The Ocean. This work contains three sections: 1. Vents, vagues et oiseaux (Winds, waves, and birds), 2. Roulement de tambours des ”les vertes (Rolling the drums of the "Green Islands"), and 3. Dauphins (Dolphins). This work was produced on the ANS system using sounds and natural noises: waves, drums, the song of dolphins.
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Date: unknown
Duration: 20 minutes 37 seconds
Creator: Kreitchi, Stanislav
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On going on

Description: Recording of Javier Alvarez's On going on. For baritone saxophone and computer/tape. The piece puts forward the idea of ​​"out of sound" by juxtaposing the tempered saxophone played live with the computerized saxophone. The interaction between the two pieces ranges from minute changes in pitch to the clearly audible disagreement between them, especially evident in these sounds played in unison. This creates the evolution, sometimes with a tense atmosphere. This material is contrasted by percussive and rhythmic outbursts which in the context give stable harmonic cues.
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Date: 1997
Duration: 22 minutes 34 seconds
Creator: Alvarez, Javier
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Third Dream From the Center of the Left Eye

Description: This recording of Mark Canfield-Taylor's Third Dream From the Center of the Left Eye. This work is based on hypnogogic visions inspired by narcolepsy and is an installation consisting of a dimly lighted circular room with multiple video screens showing images. The tape music composition and the video images were intended to create a disorienting experience, as well as, multiple images flashed on the screens in the collage of sound and light. The nonlinear morphing of sounds represent personal experiences and feelings the composer faces.
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Date: 1993/1996
Duration: 17 minutes 41 seconds
Creator: Canfield-Taylor, Mark
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La robe nue

Description: Recording of Jacques Tremblay's La robe nue. Inspired by the work the masterful work of Proust, the composer decided to sonically depict text to sound, without directly quoting the text, by using electro-acoustic techniques. Over the re-readings, a sort of time travel to rediscover the present time of the story, it is the sound objects that weave the fibers of a memory laid bare. Whether quartet or horse, train or bell, each sound emanates directly from the sound environment which comes to life in the text, the section of the paragraphs giving its shape to the piece.
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Date: 1995
Duration: 14 minutes 15 seconds
Creator: Tremblay, Jacques, 1952-
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Pianolia

Description: Recording of Michael Kapoulas' Pianolia. This work is a study in the extreme placement and movement of elements of the sound in the stereo field. Sound originating from a piano where the sampled and processed through analog and digital equipment. The final version was programmed on a Macintosh computer and mixed with partial automation using the time stretch-invert technique created by the composer.
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Date: 1994
Duration: 4 minutes 29 seconds
Creator: Kapoulas, Michael
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Renaissance

Description: Recording of Ake Parmerud's Renaissance. The piece is based, on the one hand, on Serge modular synthesizer sounds, and on the other hand, on some additional sounds coming from Renaissance instruments like the lute, the cromorne, the viola da gamba and the drum. The intention was to create a virtual encounter between the sounds, the methods of composition and the aesthetics of the two worlds, analogue and digital, on a distant canvas of timbres and medieval rhythms.
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Date: 1994
Duration: 12 minutes 22 seconds
Creator: Parmerud, Åke, 1953-
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