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The San Francisco Tape Music Center

1960s Counterculture and the Avant-Garde

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Published by University of California Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • The Arts: General Issues,
  • Music,
  • Music/Songbooks,
  • Musical Instruments - Keyboard,
  • Music / General,
  • General

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsJohn Rockwell (Foreword), David W. Bernstein (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages288
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10434866M
    ISBN 100520248929
    ISBN 109780520248922

    The San Francisco Tape Music Festival America's only festival devoted to the performance of audio works projected in three-dimensional space, The San Francisco Tape Music Festival features three distinct evenings of classic audio art and new fixed media compositions by 20 local and international composers. October 17 , Victoria Theater, San Francisco The San Francisco Tape Music Center was important to the west coast in a number of significant ways. High ideals were carried through by a group like-minded artists; it wasn't just individual initiative, but serious collaborative action that allowed things to happen.

    The San Francisco Tape Music Center. Friday / October 1, at pm Image. Music/Sound. WOW & FLUTTER. The San Francisco Tape Music Center. CURTIS R. PRIEM EXPERIMENTAL MEDIA AND PERFORMING ARTS CENTER at Rensselaer On the corner of 8th Street and College Avenue / Troy, NY The New San Francisco Tape Music Center (nSFTMC) would like to announce the release of a limited edition CD of music from the January Transparent Tape Music Festival. Included are: Kent Jolly's 'Cymbal' Thom Blum's 'J-Wake' Cliff Caruthers' 'Killaloe Moon' Matt Ingalls' 'Fingerling' Joseph Anderson's 'Loch Lomand'.

    San Francisco Tape Music Center A primitive studio had been started at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music by Sender where begun a series of experimental music concerts. In this equipment and other resources from electronic surplus sources were pooled together by Sender and Subotnick to form the San Francisco Tape Music Center which.   The Trips Festival was a transformative event that helped mark the beginning of the hippie counterculture movement in San Francisco. Organized by Stewart Brand, Ramon Sender, Ken Kesey and the Merry Pranksters, and Bill Graham at the Longshoremen’s Hall for January , , the event brought together the city ’ s diverse underground arts scene, including rock music Author: Adam Hirschfelder.


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An integral part of the robust San Francisco scene, the San Francisco Tape Music Center developed new art forms through This book tells the story of the influential group of creative artists—Pauline Oliveros, Morton Subotnick, Ramon Sender, William Maginnis, and Tony Martin—who connected music to technology during a legendary era in California's /5.

About the Book. This book tells the story of the influential group of creative artists—Pauline Oliveros, Morton Subotnick, Ramon Sender, William Maginnis, and Tony Martin—who connected music to technology during a legendary era in California's cultural history.

An integral part of the robust San Francisco “scene,” the San Francisco Tape Music Center. This book allows readers a window onto the confluence of artistry, innovation, drugs, sexuality, poverty, resourcefulness and, most importantly, the sense of fun that permeated the air during those years."--Richard Henderson, critic for The Wire magazine "As I devoured this vibrantly detailed history of the San Francisco Tape Music Center in.

Overview. This book tells the story of the influential group of creative artists—Pauline Oliveros, Morton Subotnick, Ramon Sender, William Maginnis, and Tony Martin—who connected music to technology during a legendary era in California's cultural history. An integral part of the robust San Francisco “scene,” the San Francisco Tape Music Center Price: $ San Francisco Tape Music Center s Counterculture & the Avant Garde With DVD by David Bernstein available in Trade Paperback onalso read synopsis and reviews.

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San Francisco Tape Music Center. Once envisioned as a data storage device, or as a recording tool for spies, magnetic tape has had a long second life as a creative, multi-use medium. One of the first organizations to recognize the vital potential of. InMorton Subotnick and Ramon Sender, the two founders of the San Francisco Tape Music Center, commissioned Don Buchla to create one of the first modular electronic music systems.

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