Episode #414

Program #414

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Monday, September 01, 2003

Sonic pioneer Pauline Oliveros is the topic of this edition of New Sounds. The composer was an accordionist and member of the San Francisco Tape Music Center in the 1960s, and a teacher at the University of California at San Diego and York University. She is currently president of the Pauline Oliveros Foundation, Inc., a non-profit program for the arts that she founded in 1985 to support the creation of new works in the arts. This episode was originally broadcast on January 2, 1990.

PROGRAM #414, with Pauline Oliveros               (Original Broadcast Date: January 2, 1990)





Pauline Oliveros/ Stuart Dempster/ Panaiotis

Deep Listening

Suiren {6:00}   
Lear, excerpts {9:00, 5:00}

New Albion#022

Terje Rypdal      



ECM #1067/68

Mark Isham        


In The Warmth of  Your Night" {8:00} 

Virgin #90900 Out of Print, but try*

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