[Work materials]

 

Name
Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center
Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center Collection
Title
[Work materials]
Collection Name
Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center records
Subjects
Electronic music; Gong music
Format
music; sound recordings
Genre
music; sound recordings
Date
[1958?]
Physical Description
1 online resource (audio file (3 min., 39 sec.))
Note (Funding)
Digitization funded (in part) by a grant from the GRAMMY Museum®
Note
Digitized by Media Preserve, Cranberry Township, Pa., 2019.
Files generated from digitization of audiotape reels: Preservation Master file - Broadcast WAV (96 kHz, 24 bit); Service copy - Broadcast WAV (44.1 kHz, 16 bit).
Streaming audio access is provided via encoded files created from the master archival audio files.
Electronic music sound experiments using gong tones, probably by Vladimir Ussachevsky and/or Otto Luening
Duration: 3:39
Third of 4 audiodtape reels in a 5-reel tape box; this audiotape marked as Reel C
Early S.S. exp. with [Allison?] [illegible] creating [illegible] of gong tones"--Written in marker on audiotape reel
5-reel tape box with slide-out drawers; 1 drawer missing (so containing 4 tape reels total)
Language
No linguistic content
Library Location
Gabe M. Wiener Music & Arts Library, Columbia University
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Catalog Record
14636014
Digital Project
cpemc
Persistent URL
https://dx.doi.org/10.7916/d8-b239-ya93