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A Brief Experimental Excerpt of Sound Poetry and Orchestral Music 8 min Sound Poetry
A collage piece of sdrawcab sound poetry, rooster crows, miscellaneous ambient sounds and classical music by Charles Amirkhanian, probably for a broadcast ca. 1971. This brief experimental work begins with a recording of a man talking,...
A Soundscape of Ocean, City, and Music 29 min Soundscapes
This is a rather interesting mix of city sounds, ocean waves, and music. Clearly edited using bits of ambient recordings, many of which may have also been included as part of KPFA’s World Ear Project, this recording goes beyond those...
A Stereophonic Journey Through India 89 min Soundscapes
World Music
Jean-Louis Derche traveled to India in the summer of 1971 and faithfully recorded temple music in several out-of-the-way locations. Even more remarkable are his unusual recordings made in the streets of Benares, Chidambaran, Madurai,...
An Interview with Conscientious Objector, Douglas Rippey 36 min Current Events
Charles Amirkhanian talks with a long time friend, Douglas Rippey, who was scheduled to go on trial in Fresno, California on January 22, 1970 on charges of refusing induction into the military. This was the first trial of a conscientious...
Capricorn's Collision 82 min
An excellent example of KPFA's experimental, free-form, late night, radio programing. Robert Moran and Howard Hersh serve up an eclectic mix of poetry, music, humor, political commentary, and inspirational musings. With the growing...
Good Food from India 63 min
With classical Indian music playing in the background, Anthony Gnazzo, sound poet and master Indian chef, offers recipes for cold-mixers and tondla leaves, bendi, buthi, moong-ambat, muluk, allu-vadi, and other Indian culinary delights. ...
Interview of Alan Rich, 1962 40 min
In a program recorded in 1962, Will Ogdon interviews Alan Rich, a former KPFA music director and then music critic for the New York Times. Mr. Rich discusses his daily routine at the Times as well as describing the status of the the New...
Interview with Arthur Frick, candidate for Dictator of America (1972) 19 min
Arthur Frick, a 20 year old artist whose American parents taught at the University of Beirut, Lebanon, campaigned to be elected Dictator of America in 1972. His platform stressed the need for artists to be involved in high governmental...
Introducing the Buchla Music Easel 103 min Electro-Acoustic / Electronic
A 1975 recording of a party to introduce one of Don Buchla’s synthesizers, probably the Music Easel. This program begins with the sounds of Buchla and others preparing the instrument for presentation while also describing its features...
John Cage in Conversation with Morton Feldman, Radio Happening 1 of 5 40 min
John Cage and Morton Feldman recorded four open-ended conversations at the studios of radio station WBAI in New York. These meetings spanned six months between July 1966 and January 1967, and were produced as five "Radio Happenings". Both...
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