Re: KA's EA


Subject: Re: KA's EA
From: bill thompson (innerd00r@yahoo.com)
Date: Thu Nov 10 2005 - 05:27:50 EST


that's a great disc btw!

--- Kevin Austin <kevin.austin@videotron.ca> wrote:

> Or Max Neuhaus
>
> "This compact disc includes the complete
> documentation of Max
> Neuhaus' Fontana Mix-Feed performed in venues in the
> US and Europe
> between 1965 and 1966. With these performances
> Neuhaus introduced the
> idea that acoustic feedback, previously always
> abhorred, could be a
> useful technique for generating sound. ...
>
>
>
http://www.forcedexposure.com/artists/neuhaus.max.html
>
>
> Best
>
> Kevin
>
>
>
> At 2:28 PM -0800 11/9/05, Kenneth Newby wrote:
> >When was Steve Reich's Pendulum Music?
> >
> >Kenneth.
> >
> >
> >On 9-Nov-05, at 2:46 PM, Larry Austin wrote:
> >
> >>The earliest (first?) live-electronic, ea piece to
> use a feedback
> >>circuit was, I believe, David Behrman's "Wave
> Train" (1967), whose
> >>score was published in Source, Vol. 2, No. 1, with
> an LP recording
> >>included with Source, Vol. 2, No. 2....a wonderful
> piece to hear and
> >>to perform.
> >>
> >>Larry Austin
> >>
> >>John Kamevaar wrote:
> >>
> >>>Loudspeakers eh?
> >>>Then I guess my first EA moment was in 196?, when
> George Harrison did
> >>>that opening note
> >>>with brief feedback..... What was it called...
> "She's A Woman"?
> >>>Recursion.
> >>>Anybody know who used feedback (mic or guitar)
> "first" in non-money
> >>>music?
>
>

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