Indiana University
The not-for-profit group Beyond the Pale Productions was founded in 1998 to promote avant-garde and improvisational jazz in the Bloomington, Indiana area
University of California, San Diego
The UCSD Center for Music Experiment (CME) Collection contains the organizational files for the research unit. The materials include a substantial amount of subject files and writings reflecting the technology development or experimental music research and performance. The 2012 accession includes images, flyers, posters, pamphlets, ephemera, and recordings of performances done through CRCA
University of Maryland, Baltimore County - Albin O. Kuhn Library and Gallery
This collection provides an overview of Fluxus artwork and includes rare examples from the Something Else Press publications. Over 70 artists are represented in this collection. Includes a sampling of Dick Higgins' artwork, publications, and exhibition materials; publications from Something Else Press; and individual and collaborative artwork and publications from members of the greater Fluxus movement.
Cornell University Libraries
The David Tibet Current 93 archive covers Tibet's life and career from his childhood to the present. The archive includes extensive manuscript material, a nearly-comprehensive collection of Tibet's musical releases and published books, production materials (including artwork proofs and album masters), unreleased writings and music recordings, and supporting ephemera. The archive represents a significant resource for the study of British underground/outsider music and art
Getty Research Institute
This video documents David Tudor's live performance of Sea tails that accompanied the video installation of the piece at the Theater Am Turm in Frankfurt, Germany
Getty Research Institute
The 1950s was a decade of experimental notational practice in which the performer's role was recast from interpretation to realization. Visiting Getty researcher Philip Thomas (University of Huddersfield, UK) presents a lecture on American composer Christian Wolff and his composition, "For Pianist," which was first performed by David Tudor. This lecture explores the demands facing the performer in "For Pianist" and the performing tradition established by David Tudor, as detailed in the David Tudor archive at the Getty Research Institute, and features performances of solo piano works composed by Wolff in the 1950s
Getty Research Institute
David Tudor letters to Karlheinz Stockhausen, 22 letters (60 pages), 18 envelope fronts, and 6 envelope backs. The correspondence concerns logistics and concert programs for several European tours performed by Tudor, as well as comments and questions regarding Stockhausen's Klavierstücke (I, II, III, etc, especially VI)
University of Maryland, Baltimore County - Albin O. Kuhn Library and Gallery
The Dick Higgins Collection spans the years 1958 to 2002 and is 17.5 linear feet. Materials include artwork, publications, and exhibition items. Over one hundred items have been cataloged and are searchable in the USMAI catalog; like the rest of the collection materials, these publications can be viewed in the Special Collections Reading Room only. There are three major divisions within the Dick Higgins Collection and they correspond to the official series: a sampling of Dick Higgins' artwork, publications, and exhibition materials; publications from Something Else Press; and individual and collaborative artwork and publications from members of the greater Fluxus movement. With the exception of the ReFlux Editions items housed in Series III. B, all items were donated from Higgins' studio by Alison Knowles. Selections from ReFlux Editions' "Flux Kit" collection were purchased by the library in 2002. This collection provides an overview of Fluxus artwork and includes rare examples from ... Read More
Getty Research Institute
Collection comprises comprehensive documentation of the Belgian surrealist's career as gallery director, editor, publisher, musician, poet and artist. Most significant are ca. 3500 letters (1918-1971) to and from artists, musicians, writers, dealers, and others prominent in the art world in Europe and some in the U.S. Most of the correspondence is organized chronologically, and includes letters to and from Enrico Baj, André Breton, Jacques Brunius, Jan Cockx, Paul Eluard, Robert Giron, Paul-Gustave van Hecke, Wifredo Lam, Marcel Leconte, Marcel Mariën, Paul Neuhuys, Paul Nougé, Roland Penrose, Benjamin Péret, Arthur Petronio, Herbert Read, André de Ridder, Charley Troop, Tristan Tzara, among others. Artwork that Mesens handled or considered for exhibitions is documented in ca. 800 photographs. Four and a half linear ft. of files relate to the International Surrealist Exhibition in London in 1936, the beginnings of the Institute of Contemporary Arts (I.C.A.) in London, the ... Read More
Yale University
A bookwork created by Knížák, circa 1979, that documents and expresses his ideas about music. The work consists of a hinged cover that includes three essays in English and one essay in Czech, nine collages, seven ink drawings, and six phonograph records in various stages of alteration and mounted on boards

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