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[Shaping Futures: A Library Career Journey with Shaureece Park]

Description: The captivating interview between Sara Wilson and Shaureece Park as they explore the beginnings of Shaureece's library career. Discover the motivating factors that led her to pursue a path in librarianship and follow her journey through the evolving landscape of library services.
Date: July 27, 2023
Duration: 39 minutes 44 seconds
Creator: Park, Shaureece & Sara, Wilson
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Flux (panoramic)

Description: Recording of James Carpenter's Flux (panoramic). This is a work for electronics where a large amount of the source material was collected from an expansive field in Yorkshire, New England. "Panoramic" refers to the form while "Flux" refers to the continuous blending of material.
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Date: 2004/2005
Duration: 8 minutes 46 seconds
Creator: James, Carpenter, 1982-
Partner: UNT Music Library

Time.mass.velocity

Description: Recording of Benoît Courribet's Time.mass.velocity. This is a work for electronics that includes 7 untitled movements.
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Date: 2004/2005
Duration: 19 minutes 59 seconds
Creator: Courribet, Benoît
Partner: UNT Music Library

(Un)folding

Description: Recording of Daniel Barreiro's (Un)folding. This is a work for electroacoustic sounds that uses sounds of paper as its main source material. This piece can be thought of as showing different points of view of an object that moves and changes its form during the unfolding of time.
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Date: 2004
Duration: 12 minutes 23 seconds
Creator: Barreiro, Daniel Luís, 1974-
Partner: UNT Music Library

Sediment

Description: Recording of Benjamin Wilson's Sediment. The majority of the sound sources for this work come from rock, sand, dirt, gravel, etc. The presence of non-geological sounds could refer to historical or archeological discoveries. The listener encounters blurred remnants of complex events that reveal little information to the average person. The composer used layering as a key role in this piece, establishing a journey to either the the ends or the center of the Earth.
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Date: 2003
Duration: 8 minutes 24 seconds
Creator: Wilson, Scott, 1969 November 26-
Partner: UNT Music Library

Acousmatek

Description: Recording of Didier Simione's Acousmatek. This is a work about the distribution of U.S.T. over time and across different spaces and includes 3 parts: 1. deep space, 2. near space, 3. return to the initial space. The composer attempts to prioritize the emotional aspect over the intellectual aspect of the music.
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Date: 2005
Duration: 8 minutes 48 seconds
Creator: Simione, Didier
Partner: UNT Music Library

Stretto

Description: Recording of Matthias Ockert's Stretto. This is a work for 8-channel tape and was commissioned by the ZKM (Center for Arts and Media) at Karlsruhe, Germany. This work comes from a larger composition that was inspired by 12 terms from Holls essay, "Intertwining". The sound materials used in this composition came from recorded samples of electric and acoustic guitar. The title of this piece comes from the musical term "stretto" as well as the "stretto house" built by architect Steven Holl.
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Date: 2005
Duration: 1 hour 47 minutes 37 seconds
Creator: Ockert, Matthias, 1970-
Partner: UNT Music Library

Takutaku-a story line, part II

Description: Recording of Ludger Kisters' Takutaku-a story line, part II. This is a work for electronics that includes octophonic tracks.
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Date: 2005
Duration: 1 hour 13 minutes 33 seconds
Creator: Kisters, Ludger, 1975-
Partner: UNT Music Library

Swallow

Description: Recording of Haruka Hirayama's Swallow. This work was created for soprano saxophone and a live computer. The various timbres of soprano saxophone creates the significant contrast throughout the piece. Transformed instrumental sound from the computer supports the virtuoso of the soloist.
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Date: 2004
Duration: 7 minutes 51 seconds
Creator: Hirayama, Haruka
Partner: UNT Music Library

Les fascistes de santé

Description: Recording of Sten Hanson's Les fascistes de santé. This is a work for electronics that includes English spoken word and distorted voices.
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Date: 2005
Duration: 6 minutes 09 seconds
Creator: Hanson, Sten, 1936-2013
Partner: UNT Music Library

Auto-Domestikalia

Description: Recording of Paolo Besagno's Auto-Domestikalia. This work is based on an old study that the composer made years before and is dedicated to his mother. The inspiration for this work is his house and the sounds it makes due to changes in the environment.
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Date: 2005
Duration: 5 minutes 31 seconds
Creator: Besagno, Paolo
Partner: UNT Music Library

Musiques mystérieuses sur standard-Island

Description: Recording of Yves Coffy's Musiques mystérieuses sur standard-Island. This is a work for electronics.
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Date: 2005
Duration: 6 minutes 04 seconds
Creator: Coffy, Yves, 1954-
Partner: UNT Music Library

Improglio

Description: Recording of Roald Baudoux's Improglio. This work contains collected voice samples from a previous improvisation collective called "Inaudible". This composition takes its unity from the material's vocal origin which in this case is vocalist Jean-Michel Van Schouwburg.
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Date: 2004/2005
Duration: 10 minutes 46 seconds
Creator: Baudoux, Roald
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Jules Mobile 2005

Description: Recording of Klaus Roder's Jules Mobile 2005. This work pays homage to Jules Verne and was inspired by fictitious vehicles, submarines, machines, strange beings, and other creatures that can delight and fright. The sounds for this piece were created with Csound and the software of CDP. It does not include any recordings of acoustic material.
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Date: 2005
Duration: 5 minutes 55 seconds
Creator: Röder, Klaus, 1948-
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Un express de l'avenir

Description: Recording of Raoul Lacabanne's Un express de l'avenir. This is a work for electronics.
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Date: 2005
Duration: 6 minutes
Creator: Lacabanne, Raoul
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Exploración de Cerebro

Description: Recording of Fernando Laub's Exploración de Cerebro. This is a work for electronics that discusses a future machine that can explore the depths of the mind and for the first time has an experience with a human.
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Date: 2005
Duration: 6 minutes 37 seconds
Creator: Laub, Fernando
Partner: UNT Music Library

DREAMS

Description: Recording of Abdul Wahid Hasnizam's DREAMS. This work was created with series of material collected during the composer's 4 year stay at Birmingham. The composer considers this his comment towards the cultural differences between the industrialized city of Birmingham and the small town of Kota Samarahan in Malaysia.
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Date: 2005
Duration: 5 minutes 22 seconds
Creator: Hasnizam, Abdul Wahid
Partner: UNT Music Library

Mobilis in Mobili

Description: Recording of Natasha Barrett's Mobilis in Mobili. This work is the central axis of the larger electroacoustic work "Trade Winds" which was inspired by the vast expanse of sea. The title of the work comes from a novel by Jules Verne. This piece was commissioned by NoTAM with funds from the Norwegian Cultural Council and the Norwegian Composers' Fund. This work includes an excerpt from a sea shanty performed by the Storm Weather Shanty Choir.
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Date: 2005/2006
Duration: 8 minutes 07 seconds
Creator: Barrett, Natasha
Partner: UNT Music Library

Nello spazio sommerso

Description: Recording of Marco Dibeltulu's Nello spazio sommerso. The composer describes this work as a journey inside the human mind which he relates to an attempt to discover a submerged space.
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Date: 2005
Duration: 4 minutes 46 seconds
Creator: Dibeltulu, Marco
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Déplacements

Description: Recording of Xavier Gipulo's Déplacements. This is a work for electronics that includes sound samples of a band.
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Date: 2005
Duration: 4 minutes 05 seconds
Creator: Gipulo, Xavier
Partner: UNT Music Library

Mare tranquilitatis

Description: Recording of Gabriel Jorge Cerini's Mare tranquilitatis. This work was inspired by Jules Verne and his imagination. The main sound source of this work comes from a recording of the composers rehearsal of "Fractales para orquesta" done by "Orquesta Sinf—nica de la Universidad Nacional de Cuyo" and directed by David del Pino-Klinge. The composer used these sound samples and created diverse treatments of the material.
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Date: 2005
Duration: 5 minutes 33 seconds
Creator: Cerini, Gabriel Jorge
Partner: UNT Music Library

Hoja sin ruta

Description: Recording of Hugo Druetta's Hoja sin ruta. This is a work that uses recordings made from different tools like saw and hammer which sawed up and struck pieces of wood and metal. The original sources cannot be clearly perceived because they have been widely processed by computer software. The composer attempted to express all of the feelings he experiences when reading Jules Verne.
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Date: 2005
Duration: 5 minutes 35 seconds
Creator: Druetta, Hugo Víctor 1965-
Partner: UNT Music Library

Imaginary part of life

Description: Recording of Marcin Wierzbicki's Imaginary part of life. This work was inspired by the concept of robots and their artificial lives, emotions, and dreams. When describing this piece, the composer references Stanisław Lem's "The Robots' Tales".
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Date: 2005
Duration: 5 minutes 50 seconds
Creator: Wierzbicki, Marcin
Partner: UNT Music Library
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