University of Illinois Urbana Champaign
Scope and Contents Consists of original 16mm and 8mm films, reel-to-reel audio tape recordings, color slides, photographs, and personal papers pertaining to Jean Cutler's career as a graduate student in the Department of Speech, College of LAS, at the University of Illinois (1958-1962), as well as from his time as Professor of Theater at the University of Oregon (1962-1980) and, later, as a visiting artist in North Carolina (ca. 1990s). In addition there is an original manuscript for Cutler's book, "Sculpture of the Pacific Northwest: A Photographic Essay" (University of Oregon Press, ca. 1976). Of particular interest among these materials are two collaborative works, "Blue is the Antecedent of It" (1959) and "Cuthbert Bound" (1960) by Cutler and Lejaren Hiller, an early pioneer of electronic music at the University of Illinois. These materials were part of a larger collection of Cutler's personal papers that was donated to the University of Illinois Music Library in 1996 and ... Read More
University at Buffalo, State University of New York
University at Buffalo, State University of New York
Compositional flow charts produced by Lejaren Hiller. The collection consists of 106 flow charts housed in map drawers, and 18 other items in individual folders housed in a flat box. While each item is dated, the dates are approximate based on when the corresponding article authored by Hiller was published. Some items do not contain a corresponding article figure number as Hiller added the number in the article at the time of publication
University at Buffalo, State University of New York - Music Library
Flow charts created for computer music composition by Lejaren Hiller and included as figures and illustrations in his published articles about the processes used in writing computer music, including his works, HPSCHD, Algorithms I and Algorithms III. The collection also contains unidentified flow charts and diagrams, as well as negatives of other charts created by Hiller.
University at Buffalo, State University of New York
University at Buffalo, State University of New York
The collection contains Lejaren Hiller's personal collections of reel to reel tapes pertaining to his compositional output. It includes recordings of live performances of works as well as recordings of some of the electronic source materials used in other compositions
University at Buffalo, State University of New York
Correspondence, lecture notes, vita, article offprints, compositions, music of others
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
Correspondence, sheet music, original scores, financial and medical records, clippings, minutes and reports, brochures, and photographs document the life and work of Nicolas Nabokov from 1918 through his death in 1978
University at Buffalo, State University of New York
Getty Research Institute
This set of three posters produced by John Cage and Calvin Sumsion was made to advertise the premiere performance of Cage and Lejaren Hiller collaborative piece HPSCHD in which they utilized computer technology. The performance was realized at the University of Illinois in Urbana on May 16, 1969 (cf. Kostelanetz)


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