Center for Contemporary Music Archive, CD24, Lucier ; Maginnis

Mills College Center for Contemporary Music

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1 audio disc (71:24 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
001029 000754 000631 001024 000604 000421 000453 000123 000713 001140.
Still and moving lines of silence in families of hyperbolas, pt. II, sections 8-12: Vibraphone (William Winant) (10:29); Viola (Hank Dutt) (7:54); Duet for violins I and II (David Harrington and John Sherba) (6:31); Cello (Joan Jeanrenaud) (10:24); Violin I (David Harrington) (6:04), composed by Alvin Lucier. Performers form the Kronos Quartet. Recorded live in concert on February 16, 1984 at the Mills College Concert Hall, Oakland, California. Concert is continued from CD 23.
Three improvisations for electronic sounds (1965): Flight (4:21), Sec (4:53), Sweet (1:23 min.), composed by Bill Maginnis at the San Francisco Tape Music Center. This is the first composition using the Buchla Box synthesizer at SFTMC.
Dance - 1967 for Sue Vaught (7:13), composed by Bill Maginnis at the Center for Contemporary Music, Mills College.
Meditation for Ramon Sender (1966) (11:40), composed by Bill Maginnis at the San Francisco Tape Music Center.
Transfer archivist, Maggi Payne.
Compact disc Oakland, California : Center for Contemporary Music, Mills College, July 5, 1998 From the archives of the Center for Contemporary Music at Mills College. Transferred intact from the original sources.
Funded from the Clarence E. Heller Charitable Foundation, as part of a grant, in memory of Elizabeth Heller Mandell, for the Preservation of Rare Materials Through Technology, awarded to F.W. Olin Library, Mills College, December 17, 1997.

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