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VariousThe Aerial #3

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The Aerial – AER 1991/3
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CD, Compilation
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Tracklist

1Ellen FullmanStaggered Stasis (Excerpt)
Strings [Long String]Ellen Fullman
8:08
2Marc BarrecaMessier Crosses The Blue Line
Sampler [Computer Controlled Digital]Marc Barreca
5:32
3Nicolas CollinsTobabo Fonio
Electronics [Trombone-propelled, Digital Signal Processor]Nicolas Collins
Recorded ByHayo den Boeuf*
7:44
4Peter CusackDandelion Clock5:55
5Tom GuralnickOver Time
Saxophone, SamplerTom Guralnick
8:25
6Johanna Beyer* / Essential MusicIV For Percussion (Version)
Composed ByJohanna Magdalena Beyer
ConductorLinda Bouchard
Wood Block, Percussion [Sandpaper Blocks, Marble Bar, Stones, Kitchen Wok, Rüte], Bells [Alarm], Tambourine, Cymbal [Suspended]Charles Wood (3), Frank Balluffi, Gary Fieldman, Greg Landes, Gregg Linde, James Rich (3), John Kennedy (7), Regina Frija, Ross French, Warren Stein
2:08
7Johanna Beyer* / Essential MusicIV For Percussion (Version)2:07
8Zae MunnInterface
Composed ByZae Munn
MarimbaDavid Bessinger
7:15
9Myra Melford / Marion Brandis DuoUntitled1:15
10Myra Melford / Marion Brandis DuoUntitled1:29
11Myra Melford / Marion Brandis DuoUntitled3:03
12William HookerThe Dream: Red6:50
13Lesli DalabaCore Sample (Sylvan)
CornetHerb Robertson
Loops, TapeJon Rosenberg
TrumpetLesli Dalaba
7:49
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Notes

Track 1 is a digital acoustic recording made without any electronic manipulation, commissioned by the Deborah Hay Dance Company for "The Navigator", part one of the trilogy "The Man Who Grew Common In Wisdom".
Track 2 completed 1989 as part of a larger collection of pieces, "Warble".
Track 3 recorded directly to DAT at Stichting STEIM, Amsterdam.
Track 5 recorded live to DAT.
Track 6 & 7 recorded November 1988.
Track 8 commissioned 1983 by Guillermo Perich, recorded at the first performance, 1984 at the University of Illinois.
Track 13 is one section of a larger piece, "Core Sample".

Mastering: Wakefield-Lauber, Phoenix, AZ.
Compilation and design (c) and (p) 1991 Nonsequitur Foundation.

The track index on the second half of the Aerial #3 cd is incorrect. Errata is added.

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