New England Conservatory of Music - Harriet M. Spaulding Library
Untitled : piece for tape / Yusuke Izumi -- Helius : [for 2 computers] / Greg Davis -- Loopology : piece for tape / Cody J. Wright -- All out : piece for tape and video / Akemi Fujita -- The shining #4 : piece for tape / Marcin Bela -- The flowers : turntables, electronics, guitar, vocals (2 performers) / Bradley Kempj -- 68th and Columbus : dialogue for saxophone and found sound / Javier Arau -- Untitled #1 : computer, cellular grid machine, prepared disklavier, Buchla EMB, quartet tone organ (3 performers) / Bradley Kemp -- Disconnected mess : piece for tape / Joe Johnson -- Curing me : computer, electronics ; Release : computer, electronics / Jeremy Flower
New England Conservatory of Music - Harriet M. Spaulding Library
John Mallia (Mallia, multichannel fixed media) -- -- Katarina Miljkovic (Miljkovic, electronics) -- -- Anton Tanonov (Tanonov, piano, electronics) -- -- Neal Markowski (Markowski, Tascam 424, tapes, alarm clock, laptop ; Phil Allen recitation) -- -- Sarah Fylak (Fylak, violin, voice and live electronics) -- -- Anton Tanonov (Tanonov, soundtrack to animation) -- Lenin 2017 (2011) -- Anton Tanonov (Yelena Beriyeva, piano ; Anton Tanonov, synthesizer) -- -- Mike Frengel (Frengel, electric guitar, electronics) -- -- Lou Bunk (Bunk, scratch-o-lin and live electronics)
The Juilliard School - Lila Acheson Wallace Library
Qui lux : (2006) / Ryan Francis -- Petrel seascapes : five songs for soprano and chamber orchestra : (2001-02) / Bernd Franke -- Three images from Wash painting : (2005) / Jia Daqun -- Parabaraba : (2002) / Milica Paranosic -- Scenes from Bruegel : for 18 instruments and pre-recorded sounds : (2006) / Andrew Ford
New York Public Library
Scenario ["Wave-code A-Z" / Takehisa Kosugi (Kosugi)] (0:40-30:52) -- [Event] (31:02-1:25:29)
New York Public Library
New York Public Library
Streaming file 1: Tape loop for John Cage Celebration ["Rozart mix"] / Lou Reed
New York Public Library
This demo recording is the electronic tape music section of Jacob Druckman's "Animus I"; the original orchestration is electronic tape with trombone. "Aninus I" was also used in the dance piece "Mac Aber's dance"
New York Public Library
John Schaefer plays minimal piano pieces that feature just intonation tuning, double-speed multi-tracks, bowed strings, prepared piano, piano with processed tapes, and other unusual performance techniques

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