V.A. “Electronic Music from the University of Illinois”

V.A. “Electronic Music from the University of Illinois”

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Various Artists
Electronic Music from the University of Illinois
Helidor (US) 1967
HS-25047 (LP)
sleeve : VG+(TEOC, some dirts, color-fades.)
media : VG+/EX-(light surface noises caused by light hairlines. A1and B1 has some click noises.)

Album released in 1967, featuring electronic music produced by researchers at the University Of Illinois Experimental Music Studios, founded by Lejaren Hiller in 1958 at the University of Illinois, USA. Led by studio founder Lejaren Hiller, the album features tape music by Herbert Brun, Kenneth Gaburo, Charles Hamm, Salvatore Martirano and others, as well as electrified piano, percussion and chamber music. Recommended among these are Garuro's tape-only works A2/A3 and Brun's B1, which uses speakers and tape.

A2: Kenneth Gaburo “Lemon Drops”
B1: Herbert Brun “Futility 1964”

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