Richard Scott: Spools dials and the sound of the future part1

Richard Scott / Sep 17, 2019

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A selection from the history of electronic composition carefully put together by Richard Scott. Part one of a triptych.

Tracklist: Daria Semegen - Electronic Composition No. 1 Pril Smiley - Kolyosa Jozef Malovec - Orthogenesis Henk Badings - Kain En Abel - 1st Episode - Introduction, Dance, Dance of the Destructive Forces Dialogue Barry Vercoe - Synthesism Else Marie Pade - Syv Cirkler (1958) Iannis Xenakis - Concret Ph Milton Babbitt - Ensembles for Synthesizer Delia Derbyshire - Blue Veils and Golden Sand Vladimir Ussachevsky - Two Sketches For A Computer Piece Ihan Mimaroglu - Prelude no 8 (To the Memory of Edgar Varese) Vladimir Ussachevsky - Piece for Tape Recorder (1956) Bülent Arel - Mimiana III: Six & Seven Tom Dissevelt - Syncopation (1958) Daphne Oram - Pulse Persephone Karlheinz Stockhausen - Studie II (1954) Olivier Messiaen - Oraison Andrés Lewin-Richter - Study No1 Arthur Kreiger - Short Piece Fc Judd - Suspended Motion Gyrgy Ligeti - Artikulation Hiroaki Minami - 5th Movement “Sorrow Song The Stars Sang”