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    Roger Reynolds – All Known, All White

    April 8th, 2013

    Roger Reynolds - All Known, All White

    “Roger Reynolds (born 1934) studied music composition at the University of Michigan. Together with fellow classmates Robert Ashley and Gordon Mumma, he was a founding member of the ONCE Group. In the late ‘60s, Reynolds settled in Southern California to teach composition at the University of California, San Diego, where he has been based to this day. Reynolds’ works most often include text of poetic or mythological origin, electronic sound elements, and multichannel spatial explorations.”–Wikipedia

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    Various Artists – Music From the ONCE Festival

    October 29th, 2010

    Music From the ONCE Festival box set cover.

    How far back in time does experimental music go? To 1913 and Luigi Russolo with his Art of Noises? To the 1920s and Edgard Varese with his dissonant symphonies? To the 1940s and John Cage with his prepared piano? To the 1950s and France’s musique concrete vs. Germany’s electronic music? Despite the fact that experimental music had been around for decades by the time the 1960s arrived, the time was still ripe for the kind of highly unusual artistic invention that could incite amazement, confusion, deep contemplation, surprise, revelation, laughter, or anger. Enter the ONCE Festival, which delivered all of that and much more.

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