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Charlotte Moorman

Charlotte Moorman Garside (18 November 1933 – 8 November 8, 1991) was an American cellist, performance artist, and advocate for avant-garde music. Referred to as the "Jeanne d'Arc of new music," she was the founder of the Annual Avant Garde Festival of New York and a frequent collaborator of Korean artist Nam June Paik.

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  Artist Title Label Catnum Genre Format Price  
Cello Anthology Charlotte Moorman Cello Anthology ALGA MARGHEN NMN 064BOX Compositional Form 4XCD BOX + book 95    
The Long Hot Summer/Interview Oct. 1969 /Waiting for Commercials Charlotte Moorman The Long Hot Summer/Interview Oct. 1969 /Waiting for Commercials ALGA MARGHEN NMN 064-4CD Sound Art CD 15.90    
TV Cello Charlotte Moorman TV Cello ALGA MARGHEN NMN 064-3CD Sound Art CD 15.90    
Aachen Konzert, July 25th, 1966 Charlotte Moorman Aachen Konzert, July 25th, 1966 ALGA MARGHEN NMN 064-2CD Sound Art CD 15.90    
WBAI Concert, New York, Sept. 12th 1964 Charlotte Moorman WBAI Concert, New York, Sept. 12th 1964 ALGA MARGHEN NMN 064-1CD Sound Art CD 15.90    
Cello Anthology Charlotte Moorman Cello Anthology ALGA MARGHEN NMN 064BOX Compositional Form 4XCD BOX + book 99