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    VariousApollo And Marsyas: Het Apollohuis 1980-1997 An Anthology Of New Music Concepts

    Label:Apollo Records (8) – ACD 090217
    Format:
    2 x CD, Compilation
    Country:Netherlands
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic
    Style:Experimental

    Tracklist

    1-01Derek Bailey & Ernst ReijsegerUntitled
    CelloErnst Reijseger
    GuitarDerek Bailey
    2:43
    1-02Tom JohnsonCounting Languages / Seven Bells
    Voice, BellsTom Johnson
    2:25
    1-03David GibsonJohns Brook
    CelloDavid Gibson
    3:56
    1-04Group 180The Spider's Death And Epitaph
    Composed ByBéla Faragó
    3:35
    1-05Rolf JuliusUntitled
    Performer [Buzzers]Rolf Julius
    3:48
    1-06Ned RothenbergUntitled6:33
    1-07Elliott SharpUntitled3:45
    1-08VivenzaUntitled2:45
    1-09Pauline OliverosUntitled
    AccordionPauline Oliveros
    4:29
    1-10Arnold Dreyblatt & Orchestra Of Excited Strings*Bowing4:12
    1-11Carl StoneUntitled3:55
    1-12Carlos Santos*Untitled
    VocalsCarlos Santos*
    4:28
    1-13Joe JonesSmall Orchestra3:02
    1-14Takehisa KosugiUntitled
    Electronics, Keyboards, Violin, VoiceTakehisa Kosugi
    4:20
    1-15Terry FoxUntitled
    Strings [Long]Terry Fox
    2:55
    1-16Walter FähndrichViola II4:18
    1-17Fast Forward (3)Stix Part 14:08
    1-18Alvin LucierSferics3:45
    2-01Alvin CurranSongs On One, Two, Three Or More Notes
    Piano, Voice, SynthesizerAlvin Curran
    3:18
    2-02Richard LermanHuman Interference Fast Force2:34
    2-03Jerry HuntUntitled6:28
    2-04Shelley Hirsch & David WeinsteinParade
    Keyboards, ElectronicsDavid Weinstein
    VocalsShelley Hirsch
    4:11
    2-05Eliane RadigueJetsun Mila3:50
    2-06The HubUntitled3:14
    2-07Teodoro Anzelotti*Untitled
    AccordionTeodoro Anzelotti*
    4:01
    2-08Pierre Berthet & Brigida RomanoUntitled3:11
    2-09Warren BurtA Post-Modern Object-Oriented Chaotic Cellular Microtonal Teledildonic Virtual Simulacra! (Buzzwords (That Might Have Gotten You Tenure) For Sampled Ochestra)3:05
    2-10S.E.M. EnsembleWaterloo 2
    Composed ByRhys Chatham
    3:33
    2-11Jim O'RourkeUntitled3:29
    2-12BorbetomagusUntitled
    GuitarDonald Miller
    SaxophoneDon Dietrich, Jim Sauter
    2:51
    2-13John Butcher, Phil Minton, Erhart Hirt*Untitled
    GuitarErhart Hirt*
    SaxophoneJohn Butcher
    VocalsPhil Minton
    2:58
    2-14Iva Bittova*Untitled5:32
    2-15Stevan Kovacs TickmayerStubborn Riffs5:06
    2-16Rafael ToralWave Field Two
    Guitar [Electric], ElectronicsRafael Toral
    2:50
    2-17David FirstZen Guilt / Zen Blame3:10
    2-18Reinier Van HoudtKa
    Composed ByGiacinto Scelsi
    3:38
    2-19Kaffe MatthewsMagic Violin Music
    Violin, ComputerKaffe Matthews
    3:30
    2-20Matt RogalskyTudor Loops
    ElectronicsMatt Rogalsky
    2:37
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    Edition of 1,250 copies in a double-Digipak sleeve.

    Derek Bailey (guitar), Ernst Reijseger (cello) recorded 25 December 1983.
    Tom Johnson (voice, bells) recorded 13 May 1984.
    David Gibson (cello) recorded 1 June 1984.
    Tibor Szemzö recorded 15 October 1984.
    Rolf Julius (buzzers) recorded 23 November 1984.
    Ned Rothenberg (alto saxophone) recorded 25 May 1985.
    Elliott Sharp (guitar) recorded 4 October 1985.
    Vivenza (servomechanims) recorded 13 October 1985.
    Pauline Oliveros (accordion) recorded 15 June 1986.
    Arnold Dreyblatt / Orchestra of Excited Strings recorded 31 May 1986.
    Carl Stone (computer) recorded 23 November 1986.
    Carlos Santos (piano, voice) recorded 15 March 1987.
    Joe Jones (solar automata) recorded 1-2 May 1987.
    Takehisa Kosugi (violin, voice, electronics) recorded 17 May 1987.
    Terry Fox (long strings) recorded 23-24 May 1987.
    Walter Fähndrich (viola) recorded 6 June 1987.
    Fast Forward (metal percussion) recorded 26 September 1987.
    Alvin Lucier (electronics) recorded 1 November 1987.
    Alvin Curran (piano, voice, synthesizer) recorded 28 November 1987.
    Richard Lerman (electronics) recorded 20 April 1988.
    Jerry Hunt (acoustic instruments, electronics) recorded 23 April 1988.
    Shelley Hirsch (voice), David Weinstein (keyboard, electronics) recorded 4 June 1988.
    Eliane Radigue (electronics) recorded 2 April 1989.
    The Hub (computers) recorded 7 March 1992.
    Teodoro Anzelotti (accordion) recorded 14 March 1992.
    Pierre Berthet, Brigida Romano (percussion instruments) recorded 10 April 1992.
    Warren Burt (interactive computer system) recorded 9 May 1992.
    S.E.M. ensemble (drums) recorded 23 May 1992.
    Jim O'Rourke (electric guitar) recorded 5 March 1993.
    Borbetomagus (saxophones + guitar) recorded 15 May 1993.
    John Butcher (saxophone), Phil Minton (voice) Erhart Hirt (guitar) recorded 26 November 1993.
    Iva Bittova (violin, voice) recorded 18 February 1994.
    Stevan Kovacs Tickmayer (piano) recorded 27 February 1994.
    Rafael Toral (electric guitar, electronics) recorded 25 September 1994.
    David First (keyboard) recorded 26 October 1995.
    Reinier Van Houdt (piano) recorded 23 February 1996.
    Kaffe Matthews (computer, violin) recorded 28 March 1996.
    Matt Rogalsky (electronics) recorded 16 January 1997.

    All tracks (with three exceptions) recorded during concerts and performances organized by Paul Panhuysen that took place at Het Apollohuis (Eindhoven, The Netherlands).
    Front cover "The Gates of Pythagoras" by Paul Panhuysen.

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