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My early musical memories include Grandma Dorothy’s upright piano in Chingford, my elder brother’s harmonica and, sometime later, the family’s first three LP records: Frank Sinatra’s ‘ 178 more words


Who's Kraftwerk ?

Sure you know the theme song from Dr Who. Well, Delia Derbishire is “best known for her electronic realization of Ron Grainer’s theme music to this science fiction television series”…ahead of her time… 78 more words

Tod Dockstader: "From the Archives" (CD Review)

Tod Dockstader

From the Archives

Starkland CD

Composer and electronic musician Tod Dockstader died in 2015 and dementia truncated his work in the electronic studio even before that. 196 more words


PBK - Shadows of Prophecy/In His Throes

Not a compilation, but a work divided into two suites. The first half is the sound of stuttering inputs and machines struggling to get going. Noisy tones rise and fall and occasionally reach a powerful climax. 77 more words

"Musique mixte": Writing of Sound, and the Problem of Sources

In my new publication I discuss the concepts of écriture, micro and macro forms, internal and external writing of sound, and analysis, in musique mixte. 402 more words

Electroacoustic Music

10 Jan.: Angelo Paccagnini at the Studio di Fonologia della RAI in Milan

I will be presenting my research on composer Angelo #Paccagnini (1930-1999) at the Study Conference dedicated to his role and presence at the Studio di Fonologia della RAI di Milano. 158 more words

Electroacoustic Music

Les Femmes de GRM: concert series, Jan. 2017

Les Femmes de GRM: January 2017: Thu, 12.01.2017 – Sun. 15.01.2017, ZKM_Kubus, Karlsruhe Germany.

4 Concerts with music by composers Beatriz Ferreyra, Evelyne Gayou, and Annette Vande Gorne who collaborated closely with the studio. 150 more words

Electroacoustic Music