- Composed By, Synthesizer [Buchla System 100, Moog Modular System], Electronics [Vari-speed, Krohnhite Band-pass And Notch Filters, Ampex Two And Four Channel Tape Machines] – Phillip Werren
- Cover [Cover From The Painting Huan] – James Warren Felter
- Design [Label Designs] – Edith Feinstein
- Liner Notes [Jacket Notes] – Nini Baird
- Photography By – Tony Westman
- Reissue Producer – Mike Sniper
- Remastered By – Josh Bonati
250 for US, 250 to Europe.
US Copies available before the listed release date.
Silkscreened sleeve like original.
Additional booklet and liner notes.
From original notes:
Phases I (1969)
Part of the cyclical work based on the poetic images of W.B. Yeats, created in collaboration with Wilfrid Mennell and Philippa Polson. Premiered at Simon Fraser University Theatre, April 1969.
Phases II (1969)
Part II of Yeats cycle, created in collaboration with Wilfrid Mennell and Philippa Polson. Premiered at Simon Fraser University Theatre, June 1969.
Phases III (1970)
Part III of Yeats cycle. Premiered at Simon Fraser University Theatre, April 1971.
To Phyllis (1971)
Commissioned by Phyllis Lamhut for a dance premiered by her company in New York, March 1971.
Whale Piece (1970-71)
Score for Streams, choreographed by Edith Feinstein and performed by the SFU Dance Workshop, January 1971.
Polish Wedding Music (1967)
Composed at Radio Warsawa, Poland, 1966-67. Premiered at the Vancouver Art Gallery, September 1968.
Excerpts from this composition were used as the sound track for the Al Razutis film, Aaeon. Premiered at Simon Fraser University Theatre, April 1971.
Assistance from the President's Research Grants Committee of Simon Fraser University (Vancouver BC) in making the original recording possible is gratefully acknowledged.
All compositions were created in the Simon Fraser University Electronic Music Studio, Vancouver BC, except 'Polish Wedding Music', composed at Radio Warzawa in Poland. 'Polish Wedding Music' and 'Vortex' were originally two-channel compositions. All other music has been dubbed from the original four channel tapes to two channels for this recording. All recordings should be played at full volume.
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