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Electronic Music: From Razor Blades to Moog

Electronic Music: From Razor Blades to Moog

Director of the Rio Grande Electronic Music Laboratory, J.D. Robb traces the evolution of electronic music using examples of his own work. Newer instruments and techniques—or improvements on older ones—offered both advantages and limitations; he describes them in detail in the notes. The recording includes eleven tracks.

Track Listing

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Retrograde Sequence from a Tragedy J.D. Robb 3:28
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Excerpt from Spatial Serenade J.D. Robb 2:25
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Collage No. 2 (1965) J.D. Robb 1:09
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Tarantella J.D. Robb 4:25
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Canon in Percussive Sound J.D. Robb 4:08
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Rondino J.D. Robb 2:26
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Pleasant Obsession J.D. Robb 7:02
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Green Mansions - Abel and Rima J.D. Robb 12:48
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Les Ondes Martenot J.D. Robb 3:48
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Transmutations for Orchestra and Electronic Instruments Movements Two and Three Written by J. D. Robb J.D. Robb 4:17
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Analogies - Analog Computer Music J.D. Robb 2:58
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