Two compositions for flute and glissando flute, “13 degrees of darkness” and “Double Himalaya”, plus the legendary “Still And Moving Lines..(read more)
Bilingual (English/German) collection of Interviews, Scores and Writings by American composer Alvin Lucier during the years 1965–1994.
Music for Solo Performer (1964-1965) for Enormously Amplified Brain Waves and Percussion, was the first work to feature sounds generated by brain waves in live ..(read more)
Alvin Lucier’s works on this CD, for solos and trios, continue to explore his unique sound world, exploration of microtones, and use of unusual instrument..(read more)
One of Lucier’s most classic works and a cornerstone in the world of resonant frequencies, composed in 1970. Performed by Lucier on recorded voice, tape m..(read more)