In our post-everything era, we seem to be awash in historical electroacoustic music in large measure created in pre-digital days, with and without instruments, and again in large measure, reflecting chaos and sweat.
Of fictitious composers, Gustav Aschenbach may well be the most famous. There are others, of course, but can you name one who appears in a crime novel?
Cello / synthesizer duet Orning and Wallumrød’s fine Albedo disc delivers vivid, arresting ea… The pair’s brief improvisations take the odd-tracks.
But this is choral music! Nevertheless, these four works reflect an electronic-music sensibility, and several require click tracks and tuners via headphones for their realization.
On September 24, 1961, David Tudor and others gave the first electroacoustic music concert in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil…