An Anthology of Noise & Electronic Music, Fourth A-Chronology, 1937-2005 [Explicit Lyrics]

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All Music Guide - Rob Theakston
Anthology of Noise & Electronic Music, Vol. 4 is the latest installment in Sub Rosa's excellent series. Whereas the previous three volumes documenting the evolution of electronic and noise music concentrated on important historical sites and movements Pierre Schaeffer's studio, Princeton's Electronic Music Center, and the WDR studio in Cologne, this edition travels the world highlighting the global advancements and contributions to musique concrète and electronic music from 1937 to 2005. Many of these performances are committed to CD for the first time, including the work of composer Halim El-Dabh, whose "Wire Recorder Piece" stands up as a revolutionary pre-musique ...
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All Music Guide - Rob Theakston
Anthology of Noise & Electronic Music, Vol. 4 is the latest installment in Sub Rosa's excellent series. Whereas the previous three volumes documenting the evolution of electronic and noise music concentrated on important historical sites and movements Pierre Schaeffer's studio, Princeton's Electronic Music Center, and the WDR studio in Cologne, this edition travels the world highlighting the global advancements and contributions to musique concrète and electronic music from 1937 to 2005. Many of these performances are committed to CD for the first time, including the work of composer Halim El-Dabh, whose "Wire Recorder Piece" stands up as a revolutionary pre-musique concrète composition. A blend of modern-day innovators such as Steve Reich, Erik M, and Alvin Lucier balance out performances from such luminaries as Jean-Claude Risset, Olivier Messiaen, and György Ligeti. It's a bit overwhelming to digest at two full-length discs, but documents truly essential moments in a rich history of exploration, including recent advancements in countries not really well known for their contributions to electronic music, such as China and Brazil. With extensive liner notes and beautiful packaging, Sub Rosa once again does the electronic music community a wonderful service by preserving much of this material with such a pristine presentation. Well worth investigating for students of sound art, electronic music, and the avant-garde.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/21/2006
  • Label: Sub Rosa
  • EAN: 5411867112501
  • Catalog Number: 250

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Rebecca Armstrong Vocals
Neil Campbell Track Performer
Michael Flower Track Performer
Olivier Alary Track Performer
Julian Bradley Track Performer
Vibracathedral Orchestra Performing Ensemble
Les Rallizes Denudes Ensemble
John Blades Track Performer
Adam Davenport Track Performer
Johannes Malfatti Track Performer
Manny Gasparinatos Track Performer
Patrik Gibson Track Performer
Mizutani Takashi Guitar, Vocals
Hamish MacKenzie Track Performer
Ensemble d'Ondes de Montreal Ensemble
Kato Takashi Drums
Alexander Kloster Track Performer
Tada Takashi Bass (Vocal)
Chlorgeschlecht Ensemble
Loop orchestra Performing Ensemble
Bridget Hayden Track Performer
Richard Fielding Track Performer
Technical Credits
Alvin Lucier Liner Notes
Robert Wyatt Composer
Laurie Spiegel Liner Notes
Bill Laswell Producer
Kevin Ayers Composer
Robert Musso Engineering
Ulrich Krieger Liner Notes
Andy Hawkins Composer, Producer
Guy-Marc Hinant Liner Notes
Julian Bradley Composer
Frans de Waard Liner Notes
François Couture translation
Ben Byrne Liner Notes
Mike Hovancsek Remastering
Dominique Goblet Cover Photo
The Loop Orchestra Composer
John Blades Liner Notes
Adam Davenport Composer
eRikm Liner Notes
Chlorgeschlecht Liner Notes
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