David Rosenboom – On Being Invisible

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Label:Music Gallery Editions – MGE-4


Used LP 1977

Disc:VG+ (good shape)

Jacket:VG+ (light wear on back, good category overall) w/insert

A pioneer of American experimental music, David Rosenboom has been active since the 1960s in a wide variety of fields, including performance art, cross-cultural collaboration, multimedia and technology, generative algorithmic systems, arts and sciences research and philosophy, more and more, and has taught at many universities and conservatories over the years. This is a about 45-minute double-sided vinyl record of an electric solo concert held at the Music Gallery in Toronto in 1977, making full use of wave analysis, sound synthesis, brain signals, touch sensors, and small acoustic sources. It's also amazing that even though pulses, strange electronic sounds, brain wave signals, noises, etc. are rushing in one after another, it still gives you a sense of the overall story. Play it loud.

1960年代から、パフォーマンス・アート、異文化間のコラボレーション、マルチメディアとテクノロジー、生成的なアルゴリズミック・システム、芸術科学研究と哲学等多岐に渡り探求活動をし、長きに渡り多くの大学や音楽院で教鞭をとってきたアメリカ実験音楽のパイオニアDavid Rosenboom。本作は77年にトロントのミュージック・ギャラリーで、波動解析と音響合成、脳信号、タッチ・センサー、小型音響ソースを駆使したエレクトリック・ソロ・コンサートの模様を収めた両面約45分のレコード盤。パルス、奇怪な電子音、脳波の信号、ノイズ等が次々と押し寄せながらも全体的なストーリー性も感じさせてくれるのもまたよし。是非大音量でニヤけてください。稀少となってきています。

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