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randalmusic

I had access to The MacColl Studio for Electronic Music at Brown University from 1978-80.

I found a cassette tape I compiled in 1986, including my college compositions and a couple of post-grad productions.

(the address & phone # are not current - dig the actual typewriter characters!)

Some of these tunes also posted to my Soundcloud account

Here is the entire tape in one track (one hour)

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randalmusic: all 15 tracks from 1986 cassette

 

Here are the individual tracks:

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Mushrooms: ancient Assyrian music from a cuneiform tablet realized on a Synclavier synthesizer

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Dance Rite: studio version of the 3rd movement of "Will There Be Music (After the Next War)?"

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Computer Quartet: created at the MIT Experimental Music Studio

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Looking for the Past: produced for the film "A Shade of Gray"

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Electronic Jungle: created with an ARP 2500 analog synthesizer; presented at the New Music by Young Composers in Rhode Island concert 1979

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Mello Cello: violoncello processed with an ARP 2500 analog synthesizer

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Providence After Dark: inspired by Edgar Allen Poe and H.P. Lovecraft

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Neo-Bach Blues: violoncello processed with an ARP 2500 analog synthesizer

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X-CHAINGE: created for a film version of Wozzeck

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Poem Roam: a stereo mix of the quadraphonic poem

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Blues for Charlie and Jimi: processed violoncello dedicated to Mingus and Hendrix

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Twinkle Twinkle Rock And Roll Star

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Will There Be Music (After The Next War)?: live percussion with tape accompaniment

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Waiting For An Answer

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Wake Up!

 

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wow

I really hope you are still making music. Really cool stuff!

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