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Episode #2123

Program #2123

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Tuesday, February 18, 2003

For over half a century, some of the freshest currents in electronic music have emerged from university music departments. This continues today, as we hear in this look at computer music from around the world. We hear "Dan’s Toys" by Brad Garton, who is director of the Computer Music Center at Columbia University. Also on the program is Daniel Trueman, a faculty member at Princeton University, and whose "Study II" employs an electric violin manipulated by foot-pedal. Brad Lubman (pictured) teaches at the Eastman School of Music, where he conducts frequently and directs the Musica Nova Ensemble. Rounding out this institutional extravaganza is music by Neil Rolnick, who has enjoyed a long and fertile affiliation with the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, NY.

PROGRAM #2123 Computer Music (First aired on 2/18/03)

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Music from the Computer Music Center
Columbia University

Brad Garton: Dan's Toys, excerpt [1:30]

http://music.columbia.edu/cmc
OR cmc@music.columbia.edu

212-854-9266

Brad Lubman

Private CD

Wachadoinnow [1:30]

Not commercially available.

go.go.go.

Music from the Computer Music Center
Columbia University

R.Luke Dubois: Just for the Purposes of Playing Around [6:00]

See above.

The Original Instrument

The Original Instrument

Sion [5:30]

Kracfive #KFAT-009
www.kracfive.com

Brad Lubman

Private CD

Bach Mess(e) [4:00]

Not commercially available.

go.go.go.

Music from the Computer Music Center
Columbia University

Daniel Trueman: Study II (In Grain And Shadow) [5:30]

See above.

Neil B. Rolnick's Fish Love That

Fish Love That

Calypso [7:30]

Deep Listening #DL-18-2002CD
www.deeplistening.org

DJ Spooky

Optometry

Sequentia Absentia [7:00]

Thirsty Ear #57121
www.thirstyear.com

Brad Lubman

Private CD

Birds [1:00]

Not commercially available.

Neil B. Rolnick

Macedonian Airdrumming

Sanctus, [8:00] excerpt

Bridge #9030
www.bridgerecords.com

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