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Sunday Feature: Synthesisers Never Eat a Pastrami Sandwich

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The American Experimental Tradition in Music
As America found its feet after the War of Independence, so its creative artists began to forge an American way. The tradition of experiment and innovation has now become a hallmark of the American scene.
Natalie Wheen joins in the fun with the music and comments of some of the major players, including Pauline Oliveros , Lou Harrison , Henry Brant , Kyle Gann , Alvin Lucier , Carl Stone , La Monte Young, Terry Riley and Robert Ashley , and with archive recordings of John Cage ,
Henry Cowell , Morton Feldman , Bernard Herrmann and Harry Partch. Producer Natalie Wheen

Contributors

Unknown: Natalie Wheen
Unknown: Pauline Oliveros
Unknown: Lou Harrison
Unknown: Henry Brant
Unknown: Kyle Gann
Unknown: Alvin Lucier
Unknown: Carl Stone
Unknown: Terry Riley
Unknown: Robert Ashley
Unknown: John Cage
Unknown: Henry Cowell
Unknown: Morton Feldman
Unknown: Bernard Herrmann
Unknown: Harry Partch.
Producer: Natalie Wheen

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Sunday Feature: Synthesisers Never Eat a Pastrami Sandwich

BBC Radio 3, 25 October 1998 17.45






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