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David Tudor

Live Electronic Music

Label: Electronic Music Foundation

Format: CD

Genre: Electronic

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This CD of early works by David Tudor, available also as the CD insert to Volume 14 of Leonardo Music Journal, presents three previously unreleased works. 'Anima Pepsi' (1970), which combines sounds of animals, insects, and other like sounds with electronic processing, was composed for the EAT (Experiments in Art and Technology) pavilion at the World's Fair in Osaka, Japan, in 1970. 'Toneburst' (1975), a classic, commissioned by the Merce Cunningham Dance Company, is based on pure electronic feedback. 'Dialects' (1984) combines and transforms vowel-like and fricative sounds into relentless rhythms

Cat. number: EMF CD 054
Year: 2005
Leonardo Music Journal CD series volume 14. Initially released with the journal containing the booklet only. Later released separately with a standard jewel case back cover insert. Track 1 Recorded at the Pepsi Pavilion, Osaka, Japan, in March 1970. (composed in 1970). Track 2 Concert recording accompanying a performance of Sounddance by the Merce Cunningham Dance Company. (composed 1974). Track 3 Consists of tape and live electronics actuated by wire flowers made by Jackie Monnier, recorded in January 1984. (composed in 1984).