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Horacio Vaggione

Horacio Vaggione (born in 1943 in Argentina) has been integrating computers to his approach to composition since the 1970s. His body of work includes electroacoustic pieces, mixed pieces, and instrumental music. His compositions, especially those developing multiple time scales, have won him prestigious prizes from academic circles, but they never reached a wider audience

Horacio Vaggione (born in 1943 in Argentina) has been integrating computers to his approach to composition since the 1970s. His body of work includes electroacoustic pieces, mixed pieces, and instrumental music. His compositions, especially those developing multiple time scales, have won him prestigious prizes from academic circles, but they never reached a wider audience

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Straws / La Maquina de Cantar (2LP in bundle)
At long last, after remaining out of print for decades, the Milan based imprint, Dialogo, dives into the legendary catalog of Cramps, bringing forth the first ever vinyl reissue of Steve Lacy’s LP, "Straws", issued as the sixth instalment of the label’s DIVerso series in 1977, and Horacio Vaggione’s LP, "La Maquina de Cantar", issued as part of the label’s Nova Musicha series in 1978 and among the most important examples of Latin American experimental music from the 1970s.
2LP in bundle | €48.00
La Maquina de Cantar (LP)
At long last, after remaining out of print for decades, the Milan based imprint, Dialogo, dives into the legendary catalog of Cramps, bringing forth the first ever vinyl reissue of Horacio Vaggione’s LP, "La Maquina de Cantar", issued as the 18th instalment of the label’s Nova Musicha series in 1978 and among the most important examples of Latin American experimental music from the 1970s. Engrossing and creatively riveting, heard more than 40 years on its rippling electronic tones recast the ter…
LP | €24.90
Straws / La Maquina de Cantar / Microphone / Luna Cinese (4LP in bundle)
Special bundle of four seminal Cramps albums re-issued by Dialogo. At long last, after decades out of print, the Milan based imprint, Dialogo, dives into the legendary catalog of Cramps, bringing forth vinyl reissues of four of the most singular and important experimental albums of the 1970s, Steve Lacy's "Straws", Horacio Vaggione's "La Maquina de Cantar", David Tudor's "Microphone", and Costin Miereanu's "Luna Cinese". Engrossing, creatively riveting, and as ahead of their time today as they w…
4LP in bundle | €94.00
Points Critiques
Argentinian composer living and working in Paris since 1978. Horacio Vaggione was an incredible user of tape machine. Even if he's working now with digital tools, you can remember it. Five pieces working on ideas of acoustic transformations
CD | €13.50
Fluides
“Mécanique des fluides” (2014-15). “PianoHertz” (2012). “Consort for Convolved Violins” (2011). “Préludes suspendus III” (2009, 10). “Fractal C” (1983-84). Horacio Vaggione has been integrating computers to his approach to composition since the 1970s. His body of work includes electroacoustic pieces, mixed pieces, and instrumental music. Born in 1943 in Argentina, Vaggione has been residing in France since 1978. He studied piano with Ornella Ballestreri and composition at Universidad Nacio…
CD | €12.90
Zeitenwechsel 2
A beautiful sound art compilation featuring works by Ellen Fullman, Horatio Vaggione, Fast Forward, Takehisa Kosugi, Mario Verandi, Olga Neuwirth, celebrating the 35 years of the Berliner Künstlerprogramm. Comes with 32-page booklet. Ellen Fullman: Transmission Particle 1 for Long String Instrument and Oboe (2001; 9:00 min)[Ellen Fullman, long string instrument; Eliza Slavet, oboe]Horatio Vaggione: Scir for contrabass flute and tape (1988; 11:37 min)Beate-Gabriela Schmitt, contrabass fluteFast F…
CD | €15.00
s/t
an awesome album by Vaggione whose music (instrumental and electroacoustic) is regularly played worldwide in major centers of contemporary music. awards includes the first newcomp computer music prize (usa, 1983), bourges prizes (1982, 1986, 1988), iscm-trinac prize (1985), daad berlin kunstlerprogram award (1987), international computer music association (icma) commission award (1992), euphonie d'or (bourges 1992).
CD | €14.50
La maquina de cantar
Argentinian born electronic composer Horacio vaggione (known to some for his involvement with the Alea group) threw together this 2 track masterpiece of multilayered sci-fi epic glop in 1978 for the Cramps label's relished Nova Musicha series... Relying solely on an IBM computer, the title track from 1971 retains the massive energy and unrelenting use of texture and sonic layering that have occasionally given him comparisons to the work of Conrad Schnitzler. The closing piece, 'Ending', is a cla…
CD | €15.00
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