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Covermount, companion CD to Ian Helliwell's book 'Tape Leaders. A Compendium of Early British Electronic Music Composers'. Published 16th June, 2016 by Sound On Sound Lt. Cambridge, UK.

In the form of a richly illustrated compendium, Tape Leaders is an indispensable reference guide for anyone interested in electronic sound and its origins in Great Britain. For the first time a book sets out information on practically everyone active with experimental electronics and tape recording across the country, revealing the hidden history of early British electronic music. July 10, 2017July 10, 2017 guestMusic NewsBritain, history of electronic music, UK. Related.

Over the years there has been a serious lack of early British electronic music album releases, and whole bodies of work have remained unheard for decades; unknown and in danger of being discarded and lost forever.

A Compendium Of Early British Electronic Music Composers. Published 16th June, 2016. In the form of a richly illustrated compendium, Tape Leaders is an indispensable reference guide for anyone interested in electronic sound and its origins in Great Britain.

Tape Leaders Ian Helliwell A Compendium of Early British Electronic Music Composers In the form of a richly illustrated compendium, Tape Leaders is an indispensable reference guide for anyone interested in electronic sound and its origins in Great Britain. Following music study at Oxford University from 1961-64. Commitment Factor: 8 some of his large scale works have been performed by leading British Obscurity Quotient: 4 EM recording availability: Limited orchestras.

Hear the tape music that kicked off a new era of creativity. These innovations from artists like Pauline Oliveros and Pierre Schaeffer still feel fresh. In the big picture of music it was the beginning of a whole new era of creativity-we’re still feeling the effects right now. Here are 5 key moments in the history of tape music that changed the way we make music today. 1. The First Electronic Music Composition. That’s how I made my early electronic music. While everybody else was cutting and splicing materials, I was finding a way to improvise with the electronics.

A composer (Latin compōnō; literally "one who puts together") is a musician who is an author of music in any form, including vocal music (for a singer or choir), instrumental music, electronic music, and music which combines multiple forms. A composer may create music in any music genre, including, for example, classical music, musical theatre, blues, folk music, jazz, and popular music. Composers often express their works in a written musical score using musical notation.

While this album is unlikely to dominate anyone’s ‘most-played’ statistics, it does help to bring to life the cutting-edge compositions and ground-breaking technical developments of this relatively little-known musical genre.

Tape Leaders: A Compendium of Early British Electronic Music Composers by Ian Helliwell. Sound On Sound, 2016. 2. 0 Tempo Cambridge University Press 0040--2286 1. 5.

Byrd’s is among the music that defined the reign of Queen Elizabeth I. Good Queen Bess loved his music and, luckily for him – and us – turned a blind eye to his devout Roman Catholicism. Henry Purcell (1659-1695) Although he was influenced by Italian and French styles, Purcell's legacy was a uniquely English version of Baroque. Without a doubt one of the greatest English composers, none other approached his fame or brilliance until Elgar came along two centuries later

Tracklist

1 Steve Duckworth M52 2:37
2 Tristram Cary Trios 8:35
3 Ralph Broome Nuclear Madness 1:38
4 Ernest Berk Chigger Sound 1 2:50
5 Ernest Berk No Fish or Oh Mr. Bard 2:49
6 Peter Grogono Datafield 4:49
7 Donald Henshilwood Sonata 7 9:10
8 F.C. Judd* Voltage Control 3 1:33
9 George Newson Oute 6:44
10 Peter Zinovieff Tarantella 3:47
11 Ken Gray Electrosculpture 4:25
12 George West Night Circus 9:01
13 David Piper Mare Crisium 8:48
14 Stuart Wynn Jones Short Spell 1:55
15 Laurie Scott Baker* Music For Maths 3:02

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Covermount, companion CD to Ian Helliwell's book 'Tape Leaders. A Compendium of Early British Electronic Music Composers'.
Published 16th June, 2016 by Sound On Sound Ltd., Cambridge, UK.
Various - Tape Leaders (A Compendium of Early British Electronic Music Composers) FLAC album
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