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  • Performer: Various
  • Title: An Anthology Of Noise & Electronic Music / Fifth A-Chronology 1920-2007
  • Size FLAC ver: 1965 mb
  • Released: 2007
  • Style: Noise, Spoken Word, Krautrock, Abstract, Poetry, Avantgarde, Musique Concrète, Experimental
  • Other formats: MIDI MP1 VQF FLAC AU WAV MOD
  • Genre: Electronic / Rock / Non music
  • Rating: 4.6 of 5
Various - An Anthology Of Noise & Electronic Music / Fifth A-Chronology 1920-2007 FLAC download
Various - An Anthology Of Noise & Electronic Music / Fifth A-Chronology 1920-2007 FLAC download

Tracklist Hide Credits

1-1 Rogelio Sosa Vinylika 7:02
1-2 Christian Galaretta* Marañon (Part VI) 10:25
1-3 Li Chin Sung aka Dickson Dee Shame (Tetsuo Furudate Sound Materials Remix)
Performer [Track Elements] – Tetsuo FurudateRemix – Dickson Dee
4:58
1-4 François-Bernard Mâche Prélude 5:30
1-5 Richard Maxfield Pastoral Symphony 4:02
1-6 Wolf Vostell Elektronicher Dé-Collage. Happening Raum. 2:59
1-7 Charlemagne Palestine Seven Organism Study 7:53
1-8 André Boucourechliev Texte 2 4:36
1-9 Helmut Lachenmann Scenario 12:30
1-10 Alireza Mashayekhi Shur, Op.15
Violin – Houshang Taheri
6:29
1-11 Claude Ballif Points, Mouvements 10:14
2-1 Mauricio Kagel Antithèse 9:21
2-2 Vladimir Mayakovsky And Would You? 0:33
2-3 Raoul Hausmann Fmsbw
Recorded By – Henri Chopin
0:46
2-4 Gil Joseph Wolman* Mégapneumies, 24 Mars 1963 4:55
2-5 Léo Kupper* Electro-Poème 5:55
2-6 Josef Anton Riedl Leonce Und Lena 2:18
2-7 Sten Hanson + Henri Chopin Tête À Tête
Composed By [Final Composition], Electronics [Sound Treatments] – Hanson*Recorded By, Voice – Chopin*
5:08
2-8 Dajuin Yao Satisfaction Of Oscillation 9:27
2-9 Pere Ubu Sentimental Journey
Bass – Tony MaimoneDrums – Scott KraussGuitar – Tom HermanSynthesizer – Allen RavenstineVoice – David Thomas
7:02
2-10 Ground Zero Live 1992
Bass – Kato HidekiDrums – Uemura Masahiro*Saxophone – Hirose Junji*Turntables, Guitar – Otomo YoshihideVoice – Yamatsuka Eye
0:59
2-11 Masonna / Yamazaki "Maso" Takushi* Spectrum Ripper (Part I-II-III) 3:33
2-12 Sutcliffe Jügend Blind Ignorance
Vocals, Electronics – Kevin Tomkins
5:40
2-13 Club Moral L'enfer Est Intime
Electronics – AMVKVoice – DDV
6:33
2-14 Dub Taylor Lumière (Part I) 17:12

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – Le Laboratoire Central
  • Manufactured By – Sony DADC – A0100889890-0102
  • Manufactured By – Sony DADC – A0100889890-0202

Credits

  • Curated By – Guy Marc Hinant
  • Design – Peter Maybury
  • Liner Notes – Guy Marc Hinant
  • Liner Notes [English Translation] – François Couture
  • Mastered By – Gabriel Séverin
  • Producer – Sub Rosa

Notes

Issued in a six panel Digipak. Includes a 56 page booklet attached to the cover.

Mastered at Le Laboratoire Central, Brussels.

Iconography: Morphophone, a machine with then playback heads to replay tape loops in echo, imagined by Pierre Schaeffer and built by Jacques Poullin (circa 1951).

1-1: Previously unreleased track from 2003.
1-2: Part six of a previously unreleased suite from 2004.
1-3: Original track written in 1994. This is a previously unreleased remix from 2007.
1-4: Created at the GRM in 1959.
1-5: Recorded in 1960.
1-6: Sounds from an installation presented at the Venice Biennial in 1968.
1-7: Recorded in 1968.
1-8: Created 1959 for the GRM.
1-9: Recorded in 1965.
1-10: Composed at Gaudeamus Electronic Studio in Bilthoven and at the Utrecht Studio of Sonology in The Netherlands in 1966.
1-11: Recorded in 1962.
2-1: Recorded in 1962.
2-2: Recorded in 1920, restructured in the late 1930s.
2-3: Written in 1918, recorded in 1956-57.
2-4: Written in 1950, recorded live in 1963.
2-5: Recorded between 1963 and 1970, a work for twelve young girls and boys.
2-6: Recorded in 1963.
2-7: Recorded at Fylkingen Studio in Stockholm, 1973.
2-8: Previously unreleased unedited live recording from 1997.
2-9: Previously unreleased live version from 1978.
2-10: Recorded live at 200000V in Tokyo, March 1992.
2-11: Recorded between 1996 and 1997.
2-12: Previously unreleased track from 2007.
2-13: Recorded live on May 3, 1985, at Staalplaat, Amsterdam. Previously unreleased.
2-14: Part of a two-part work recorded in 1972.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5411867112709
  • Matrix / Runout (CD 1): Sony DADC A0100889890-0102 15 A00
  • Matrix / Runout (CD 2): Sony DADC A0100889890-0202 11 A00
  • Mastering SID Code (CD 1): IFPI L555
  • Mastering SID Code (CD 2): IFPI L551
  • Mould SID Code (CD 1): IFPI 94K1
  • Mould SID Code (CD 2): IFPI 94K7




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