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Background Noise: The Anthology Of Noise and Electronic Music number five

Posted in Uncategorized by loops on July 1, 2008

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this morning the brand-new an anthology of noise and electronic music number 5 –fifth a chronology 1920 — 2007 on the sub Rosa label from Belgium.  It is a worldwide survey of 20th-century to the present avant-garde and experimental music. We Will Hear a selection from each of the two CDs mainly by artists not previously played on background noise  . A Selection covering early electronic music, vocal and sound experiments and noise.

CD1

1,rogelio sosa, vinylika, 2003

3,Li chin sung a.k.a. Dickson dee, shame, 1994 — 2007

4, Francois Bernard Mache, prelude, 1959

6.Wolf Vostell,electronicher De–colagge.  Happening Raum, 1968

8. Andre Boucourechliev, Text 2, 1959

CD2

1.mauricio kagel, antithese, 1962

2. Vladimir Mayakovsky, and would you?, 1920 — restructured 1930s

3.Raul Hausmann,fmsbw, 1918, recorded in 1956

4.Gill Joseph Wolman,megapneumies,1963

6. josef Anton riedl, leonce und lena, 1963

11.Masonna/Yamazuki “Maso” Takushi, Spectrum Ripper Parts I,II,III, 1996 — 97

 

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  1. Illya Szilak said, on July 9, 2008 at 1:51 pm

    I thought you’d be interested in the website for a new novel Reconstructing Mayakovsky. The site, http://www.reconstructingmayakovsky.com
    is fun, inventive and interactive (The audiopodcasts are presented in a “found” soundscape) Like the novel, it combines elements of science fiction, poetry, the detective story and historical fiction to tell the story of Mayakovsky in a radically different way.
    If you enjoy it, I hope you’ll share it with your friends or on your blog. Thanks.


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