- Title:Music For Instruments & Electronic Sounds
- Style:Contemporary, Experimental
- Size FLAC version1207 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1621 megabytes
- Size WMA version1552 megabytes
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Listen to music from Donald Erb like In A Strange Land (Excerpt), Reconnaissance: movement 1 & more. Donald Erb (b. Youngstown, Ohio, United States, January 17, 1927; d. Cleveland Heights, Ohio, August 12, 2008) was an American composer best known for large orchestral works such as Concerto for Brass and Orchestra and Klangfarbenfunk. Erb was born in Youngstown, Ohio, graduated from [[Lakewood High School (Ohio)Lakewood High School, a Cleveland suburb, and gained early recognition as a trumpet player for a local dance band.
Donald Erb (January 17, 1927 – August 12, 2008) was an American composer best known for large orchestral works such as Concerto for Brass and Orchestra and Ritual Observances. Erb was born in Youngstown, Ohio, graduated from Lakewood High School, a Cleveland suburb, and gained early recognition as a trumpet player for a local dance band. Following a stint in the Navy during World War II, he continued his career as a jazz trumpeter and enrolled at Kent State University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in music in 1950. Three years later, he earned a Master of Music degree from. Music For Instruments & Electronic Sounds 1968.
II. Composer: Donald Erb. Instruments: Cello, Flute, Oboe, violin, Bassoon, Horn, Clarinet, Trumpet, Tuba, percussion. Audio/Video: Listen, Download Audio. Arranged for: Trumpet I, Trumpet II, Trumpet III, Trumpet III. 1. 9. Type: Sheet music book. Site: sheetmusicplus. Donald Erb - II. Book name: Four Duets.
electronic music sounds (46). Most recent Oldest Shortest duration Longest duration. Any Length < 2 sec 2 sec - 5 sec 5 sec - 20 sec 20 sec - 1 min 1 min. All libraries Sampleconstruct Big Room Sound ModeAudio. mp3 wav. "Depths" - bass line, 90 bpm, key of Cm.
ANS Electronic Music (FULL ALBUM, soviet early electronic music, USSR, 1969). 4. Hiroshi Yoshimura-Green .
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A History of Electronic Music (Part 3). by Derek Pierce. In the late 1950's, as we have seen 'musique concrète' was popular as a method of producing new and unusual sounds, which could be transformed, manipulated and used as the basis of much new music. In California for instance, Donald Buchla, an engineer working with composers Morton Subotnick and Ramon Sender, jointly developed "an electronic music 'machine' that would satisfy our needs as composers", to quote Subotnick. Thus was born the Buchla synthesiser although, unlike the Moog, it did not use a keyboard. Various other electronic improvisation groups flourished particularly in Europe. A group of American composers living in Rome formed Musica Elettronica Viva (MEV) in 1966.
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Conductor – Donald ErbDouble Bass – Rand ForbesEngineer [Recording] – John HaenyPercussion – Kenneth WatsonPiano – Ralph GriersonProducer – Bernard L. Krause*Synthesizer [Moog Polyphonic Instrument] – Leonard SteinSynthesizer [Moog] – Michael Tilson ThomasTechnician [Technical Assistant] – Paul BeaverViolin – Bonnie Douglas
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Double Bass – Bertram TuretzkyEngineer [Recording] – James Campbell Technician [Technical Assistant] – Reynold Weidenaar, Rudolph Bubalo, William HemsathTrombone – Stuart Dempster
- Art Direction [Art Director] – William S. Harvey
- Composed By, Liner Notes – Donald Erb
- Coordinator – Teresa Stone
- Design [Cover] – Hess and/or Antupit
NotesAddress on sleeve back: 1855 Broadway New York, N.Y. 10023
On label rim text: 15 Columbus Circle • New York, N.Y.
Side one recorded at Elektra Sound Recorders, Los Angeles.
Side two recorded at University of California at San Diego; electronic sounds realized at the R. A. Moog Company, Trumansburg, New York.
A Nonesuch Records commission.
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