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EPISODE TWENTY-ONE – 03/03/15 – FEMALE PIONEERS OF ELECTRONIC MUSIC

Johanna Beyer // Music of the Spheres // An Anthology of Noise & Electronic Music/Second A-Chronology 1936-2003
Daphne Oram // Tumble Wash // Oramics
Daphne Oram // Snow // Oramics
Daphne Oram // Purring Interlude // Oramics
Daphne Oram // Four Aspects // Oramics
Delia Derbyshire // Nightwalker // Electrosonic
Delia Derbyshire // Know Your Car (Get Out & Under) // A Retrospective
Delia Derbyshire // Ziwzih Ziwzih OO-OO-OO // Music From the BBC Radiophonic Workshop
Delia Derbyshire // Dance from ‘Noah’ (Stereo Mix) // A Retrospective
Delia Derbyshire & Barry Bermange // Running // Inventions for Radio No. 1
Pauline Oliveros // Horse Sings From a Cloud (Part 1) // Accordion & Voice
Pauline Oliveros // Bye Bye Butterfly // Ohm – The Early Guris of Electronic Music
Clara Rockmore // Tchaikovsky: Valse Sentimentale // The Art of the Theremin
Clara Rockmore // Saint-Saens, The Swan // The Art of the Theremin
Laurie Spiegel // Patchwork // The Expanding Universe
Laurie Spiegel // Appalachian Grove II // The Expanding Universe
Wendy Carlos // Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 In G Major // Switched-On Bach
Suzanne Ciani // Live Buchla Concert 1975 // Lixiviation
Suzanne Ciani // Princess With Orange Feet // Lixiviation
Suzanne Ciani // The Fifth Wave: Water Lullaby // Seven Waves
Laurie Anderson // O Superman (For Massenet) // Talk Normal: The Laurie Anderson Anthology
Eliane Radigue // Terre – Eau – Pluie // Jouet Electronique/Elemental I
Ruth White // Gymnopede No. 1 (Eric Satie) // Short Circuits
Ruth White // Spleen // Flowers of Evil

(PHOTO: Wendy Carlos)

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Mothers of invention: the women who pioneered electronic music

Mothers of invention: the women who pioneered electronic music

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thisishangingrockcomics:

discovering Delia Derbyshire then daphne Oram then Pauline Oliveros and becoming obsessed with women in electronic/ drone/ musique concrete/ “thinking music” was sincerely a moment that changed me and let me see a world where I could take myself seriously, it’s really silly but I’ve never let it go. I wish I was in school for music lol

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loverman13:

Tina Schnekenburger behind the synthesizers (Deutsch-Amerikanische Freundschaft – 13th June 1981)

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