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    Anthology Of Dutch Electronic Tape Music: Volume 1 (1955-1966)

    Label: BASTA

    Format: CDx2

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    Reissue of a double LP edited in 1978. Realized at the Studio of the Netherlands Radio Union, Studio of Delft Technical Institute, Philips Studio, Studio of Utrecht State University, Studio of Ton Bruynèl, and CEM Studio in Bilthoven. With Hans Kox: 'Three Pieces For Electronic Organ'. Ton De Leeuw: 'Study'. Jan Boerman: 'Musique Concrète'. Jaap Spek: 'Impulses'. Rudolf Escher: 'The Long Christmas Dinner'. Henk Badings: 'Cain And Abel'. Dick Raaijmakers: 'Piano-Forte'. Ton De Leeuw: 'Antiphonie'. Frits C. Weiland: 'Studie In Lagen En Impulsen'. Hans Kox: 'Cyclophonie III'. Tom Dissevelt: 'Fantasy In Orbit'. Axel Meijer: 'Werkstuk-1964'. Robbert Jan De Neeve: 'A.F.'Peter Schat: 'The Aleph'. Ton Bruynèl: 'Reflexen'. Will Eisma: 'BTH. 3457'. Klaus Gorter: 'K 45'. Luctor Ponse: 'Etude-I'. Berend Giltay: 'Polychromie-I'.
     
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    Cat. number: 30-9182-2
    Year: 2009
    Genre: Electronic
    File under: 60s electronic
    Notes:
    Realized at the Studio of the Netherlands Radio Union, Studio of Delft Technical Institute (Delft, The Netherlands), Philips Studio, Studio of Utrecht State University (Utrecht, The Netherlands), Studio of Ton Bruynèl, and CEM Studio (Bilthoven, The Netherlands). "A brief history of Dutch electronic music to 1966," by Dick Raaijmakers, and program notes by the composers. Originally issued as an LP in 1978 by Composers' Voice (CV 7803).