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  6th May Festival
of
Contemporary Music
at
Case Institute of Technology,
Strosacker Auditorium

Case Institute of Technology
presents the first program

Concert of Electronic, Experimental Music and Cinematography

May 5, 1964 at 8:30pm

program

 
Metals '64 (Aleatoric construction with audience participation)(In the Case Courtyard)

Raymond Wilding-White

 
Song of the Second Moon (electric and concerte)

Tom Dissevelt and Kid Balton (Holland-Phillips)

 
Documentary Film: Homage to Jean Tinguely
 
Symphonie pour un homme seul (concrete)

Pierre Schaffer (France - R.D.F.)

 
Dripsody (concrete)

Hugh Le Caine (Ottawa, Canada - N.R.C.)

 
Phonosophobe, Part I (electronic)

Bernard Parmegiani (France - R.D.F)

 
0'0" Solo to be performed in any way by anybody (aleatoric)

John Cage (USA)

 
Constellazione

Brent Hambregeaus (Italy - R.I.A.)

 
Five Short Films

George Manupelli (USA - C.S.E.M. Ann Arbor)

1.  A film for hooded projector  (sound: G. Manupelli)
2.  I love you, do not be afraid  (sound: R. Ashley)
3.  Say nothing about this to anyone  (sound: G. Mumma)
4.  I must see you regarding a mtter aof utmost urgency  (sound: R.Ashley)
5.  If you leave me I will kill myself  (sound: G. Mumma)

 

Intermission

 

The University of Illinois Contemporary Chamber Players

 
Round (1964) (aleatoric)

Charles Hamm

 
Gnomes (1964) (two channel tape)

Burt Levy

 
Knocking Piece (1962)

Benjamin Johnston

 
Computer Composition (1964)

Herbert bun

 
Computer Studies (1963)

Lejaren Hiller and Robert Baker

 
Machine Music (1964) (piano, percussion, and two channel tape)

Lejaren Hiller

Patrick Purswell, flute
Ernest Bastein, trumpet
Thomas Fredrickson, bass
Phyllis Rappaport, piano
Thomas Sidwe, Jack McKenzie, percussion

 
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