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11 september

Description: Recording of Carl Bergstrøm-Nielsen's "11 september." The text is from a document called "What is MIR?" which was sent out illegally in Chile in 1974 and from the appeal of MIR two years after the taking over by the junta, on September 11, 1975. A left-wing party, MIR stayed in Chile in order to contribute as efficiently as possible to the building of the opposition. Other sound material also includes sounds from a typewriter and a demonstration at Bastad, Sweden in September 1975 at a tennis match between Sweden and Chile with more than 4,000 participants. The text is taken in small excerpts from the document in Spanish, English, Swedish, Danish, French, Dutch, and Icelandic. The piece consists of three sections overlapping each other gradually, which shows the relationship between the spoken words and the immediate danger connected with that text. The first section "as a spontaneous statement," deals with the document at its direct background: the silence is broken, in spite of the danger connected with the writing, manifolding papers that criticize the politics and methods of the junta and discuss the strategy of the opposition. The second section deals with the document as a medium of discussion. At the end of this section, the "media-environment," "almost as a magazine on foreign affairs," is broken by shouts from the demonstration at the Bastad which were heard directly in Chilean TV. The third section is about the appeal of MIR as a direct request to the audience: to isolate the junta through a boycott of Chilean products and through demanding from national politicians to break the silence which has long been maintained, among other places in the United Nations of which Chile is still a member. Inspiration for the piece came from the composer's participation in the activities of the …
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Date: 1977
Duration: 9 minutes 24 seconds
Creator: Bergstrøm-Nielsen, Carl
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12 heures 45 minutes

Description: Recording of Patrick Fleury's 12 heures 45 minutes.
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Date: 1976
Duration: 9 minutes 16 seconds
Creator: Fleury, Patrick
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Abominable A

Description: Recording of Luigi Ceccarelli's "Abominable A" for magnetic tape. The piece includes the voices of Kadigia Bove, Francesca Furlanetto, Eugenio Giordani, Luciano Martinis, Michela Mollia, Achille Perilli, Marina Poggi, Enrico Pulsoni, Giovanni Puma, Kerstin Riemer, Claudio Rufa, Stefano Scodanibbio, Gaetano Trusso, and Catherine Verwilgen. The piece contains a recitation of all the words in the Italian vocabulary that begin with the letter A, read in sequence from voices with different stamps, rhythms, and intonations. To these are added other sequences in French, German, and English. The work is divided into fifteen sections, each of which has a different criterion for processing the timbre, rhythm, and space. It was realized at the Electronic Laboratory for Experimental Music at the Conservatory "G. Rossini" in Pesaro from 1978 to 1980.
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Date: 1978/1980
Duration: 27 minutes
Creator: Ceccarelli, Luigi
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Adieu petit prince

Description: Recording of Ton Bruynèl's radio composition on the theme of "Le Petit Prince" by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, "Adieu petit prince." The text of the composition is partly taken from a critical analysis of the children's book entitled "Fantaisie et mystique dans le Petit Prince" by Yves le Hir. The piece was commissioned by the Netherlands Broadcasting Foundation.
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Date: 1982
Duration: 19 minutes 04 seconds
Creator: Bruynèl, Ton
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L'agrippe des droits

Description: Recording of Henri Chopin's L'agrippe des droits. One male voice reads the poem which is then electronically processed. Written for Christian Clozier. Henri Chopin's "Audiopoems" was originally realsed on cassette by Edition Hundertmark as 89. Karton in 2001. Only 500 copies were released.
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Date: [1980,1995]
Duration: 10 minutes 09 seconds
Creator: Chopin, Henri
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L'Agrippe des Droits

Description: Recording of Henri Chopin's L'Agrippe des Droits. One male voice reads the poem which is then electronically processed. Written for Christian Clozier.
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Date: 1980
Duration: 31 minutes 21 seconds
Creator: Chopin, Henri
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Ahora

Description: Recording of Ivan Pequeño's Ahora.
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Date: unknown
Duration: 16 minutes 31 seconds
Creator: Pequeño, Ivan
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L'Apocalypse

Description: Recording of Xavier Garcia's L'Apocalypse.
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Date: 1985/1986
Duration: 40 minutes 18 seconds
Creator: Garcia, Xavier, 1959-
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Artist Certificate Recital: 2012-03-31 - Hanna Youn, soprano

Description: Recital presented at the UNT College of Music Recital Hall in partial fulfillment of the Graduate Artist Certificate in Music Performance.
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Date: March 31, 2012
Duration: 39 minutes 49 seconds
Creator: Youn, Hanna
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Artist Recital: 2012-03-31 - Hanna Youn, soprano

Description: Recital presented at the UNT College of Music Recital Hall in partial fulfillment of the Graduate Artist Certificate in Music Performance.
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Date: March 31, 2012
Duration: 39 minutes 46 seconds
Creator: Youn, Hanna
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C.A.S.

Description: Recording of Boyko Stoyanov's C.A.S. Stoyanov was inspired by the interpretation of Chopin's Op. 30, no. 1 by the Japanese pianist Rikako Akatsu, performed at the Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw. In this work, the composer wanted to create a unique form, the basis of which provided by the electroacoustic music.
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Date: 1980
Duration: 16 minutes 17 seconds
Creator: Stoyanov, Boyko
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Catchwave 71

Description: Recording of Takehisa Kosugi's Catchwave 71.
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Date: 1971
Duration: 17 minutes
Creator: Kosugi, Takehisa
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Chanson

Description: Recording of Dieter Kaufmann's Chanson.
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Date: 1971
Duration: 8 minutes 22 seconds
Creator: Kaufmann, Dieter
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Complices, pour un lendemain fête

Description: Recording of Frank Royon le Mée's Complices, pour in lendemain fête. Extracts from the three big hours of the office for a day-after party. For voice, processing device, magnetic tape, analog synthesizers. The vocal sequences have been elaborated and are sung by the composer. For Complices, techniques used: singing with harmonic (2 voices), Tibetan singing. Complices: made following a study visit during the spring
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Date: 1978
Duration: 17 minutes 21 seconds
Creator: Royon Le Mée, Frank, 1953-1993
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Concertino

Description: The last few years have witnessed the appearance of highly-specialized fast microcomputers capable of synthesizing complicated spectra in real time. The establishing of MIDI communication protocol provided a precise and efficient way of controlling them by means of such devices – familiar to every musician – as keyboard, violin or drum. Implementing high level language compilers in micro-computers created the possibility of using them for generating non-trivial streams of MIDI signals, significantly enhancing the performing capabilities of humans. And since everything is happening in real time the performance nuances of pitch, dynamics and tempi of the piece can be controlled during the playing. It seems that this new technology will allow to overcome the rigidness of tape – an ultimate form of musical recording. All electronic sounds used in Concertino are generated by two Yamaha TX816 digital synthesizers. MIDI signals are produced by a Yamaha KX88 keyboard and a MacIntosh computer. The program collaboration in controlling the synthesizers was written in LeLisp at IRCAM, in the early months of 1987. France is also responsible for the Dorian flavor of the piece since all the music was derived from L'Homme arme – a fifteenth-century French song. The saxophone part is written out freely, allowing a performer much freedom for shaping the content of his part. The piece was completed in Stanford, in June 1987.
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Date: 1989
Duration: 33 minutes 08 seconds
Creator: Krupowicz, Stanisław, 1952-
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La Confession

Description: This work was created from a story entitled "The Confession" that I wrote in 1989. In Spanish originally, it was translated into Hebrew, French, English and German. Some of these texts in different languages have been integrated into the work. "Confession" records the psychological oscillations - from mental stability to madness or vice versa - that the protagonist goes through. "The Confession" of the human voice, the electronic instruments (synclaiver), the acoustic instruments (harp, trombone, cello, flute, percussion) and the concrete sounds create a semantic interaction with the syntax of the musical language.
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Date: 1989
Duration: 8 minutes 23 seconds
Creator: Schmilovich, Sergio
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Coversations

Description: Recording of Werner Kaegi's Conversations: Partie 3: Vers d'autres jeux.
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Date: 1982
Duration: 15 minutes 31 seconds
Creator: Kaegi, Werner
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Une croix de bouleau au nord

Description: Recording of Michel Longtin's Une Croix de bouleau au nord. A birch cross in the North Black sky, cold, winter, Indian in the rocky who just brought his wife to the cemetery, suicide.
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Date: unknown
Duration: 6 minutes 31 seconds
Creator: Longtin, Michel
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Dictée

Description: Recording of Bernard Gagnon's Dictée for tape. The majority of the material was executed in real time. The instruments used are voice, a pencil, and also a few oscillator sounds. An oscillator provided a wave that was delayed by tape, and then turned into a voltage to modulate the early sound: a self-modulating delay loop. The piece is a reflection on the anxiety of first learning to write as well as on the degrees of the distances of the writing. The dictation comes from a loudspeaker, while the writer's reactions and his perception of the loudspeaker are captured on the other channel using a microphone. We hear in succession and by degrees of writing: 1. The dictation only. 2. The presence of someone who listens. This presence is signaled by a microphone feedback on the other channel and then a cough. It is good here to specify that the feedback effects are voluntary and controlled. 3. The message changes channel because it becomes the pencil noise of the writer. 4. The transformations that the message undergoes as well as the act of writing of the character who, one realizes, dictates himself. 5. Echoes of his reactions, a kind of subjective consciousness. The subject is played with pencil. 6. Transformations of its same reactions. 7. A kind of connivance gun between dictator and dictation. 8. Bursting of personality.
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Date: 1981
Duration: 7 minutes 07 seconds
Creator: Gagnon, Bernard
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Dizzy Gillespie at Birdland

Description: A French-language program featuring Dizzy Gillespie performing at Birdland, along with an interview with John Hammond.
Date: July 2, 1956
Duration: 19 minutes 24 seconds
Creator: Gillespie, Dizzy, 1917-1993 & Roberts, Bill
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Doctoral Lecture Recital: 1990-11-19 Gale Odom, soprano

Description: Lecture recital presented at the UNT College of Music Concert Hall in partial fulfillment of the Doctor of Musical Arts (DMA) degree.
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Date: November 19, 1990
Duration: 47 minutes 39 seconds
Creator: Odom, Gale
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Doctoral Lecture Recital: 2004-02-23 - Diana Lea Ellis, mezzo-soprano

Description: Recital presented at the UNT College of Music Recital Hall in partial fulfillment of the Doctor of Musical Arts (DMA) degree.
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Date: February 23, 2004
Duration: 52 minutes 19 seconds
Creator: Ellis, Diana Lea
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Doctoral (Lecture) Recital: 2013-05-21 - Laurissa Backlin, soprano

Description: Recital presented at the UNT College of Music Recital Hall in partial fulfillment of the Doctor of Musical Arts (DMA) degree.
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Date: May 21, 2013
Duration: 50 minutes 31 seconds
Creator: Backlin, Laurissa
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Doctoral Recital: 1988-04-18 - Grace Fan, piano

Description: Recital presented at the NTSU School of Music Concert Hall in partial fulfillment of the Doctor of Musical Arts (DMA) degree.
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Date: April 18, 1988
Duration: 57 minutes 54 seconds
Creator: Fan, Grace
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