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Morning Concert Prospero's Pens 116 min
Fountain pens were the early 20th Century equivalent of the laptop computer. Allowing individuals the ability to write without being tied to a desk and inkwell, this unique American invention came to symbolize literacy for the man or...
Music Review Music and Anarchy: A Defense 12 min Current Events
This was meant as a response to a number of complaints received by the KPFA Music Department about broadcasts of admittedly avant-garde music and spoken word performances, that were described by some as “aesthetic anarchy.” Department...
Ode To Gravity Interspecies Music 88 min
For many years, Jim Nollman has explored the limits of human-animal communication. Along the way he has made some highly provocative tapes. In this program he talks with Charles Amirkhanian and introduces his recordings, including his...
Ode To Gravity Ode to Ben Amirkhanian: In honor of his 74th birthday, July 17, 1989 58 min 20th Century Classical
Popular Music
Charles Amirkhanian with a special surprise program in honor of famous Armenian-American Army Majors born on July 17, 1915, (a.k.a. his father Benjamin). Benjamin Amirkhanian is an Armenian American who served during World War II,...
Ode To Gravity Rubber Stamp Art 60 min
The Ellis Rubber Stamp Co. was founded in 1929 by H.R. Ellis and his son, Walter, who continued to produce rubber stamps of over 1000 different visual designs, plus custom stamps for regular retail customers. Charles Amirkhanian, Ken...
Tuesday Morning Club An Hour in the KPFA Music Department Office, 1970 67 min Field recordings
20th Century Classical
Charles Amirkhanian fills in for the absent Julian White for this edition of KPFA’s Tuesday Morning Club. Rather than playing a selection of elegant classical music, Amirkhanian takes this opportunity to give listeners a feel for what...
World Ear Project A Rehearsal for a Work by John Dinwiddie 9 min Field Recordings
From March 28, 1971, a recording of a music rehearsal for an unidentified work by John Dinwiddie. As someone plays the piano one can hear a number of other people work on getting the electronic components to work. Abrupt explosions of...
World Ear Project A Walk Through the San Diego Zoo, Nov. 1968 48 min Field Recordings
Field recordings from the San Diego Zoo, recorded on Nov. 14, 1968 by Pauline Oliveros. Many various animals and bird calls are heard in this recording of ambient sounds that is refreshingly free of crowd noise.
World Ear Project Birds, Traffic, and Trains, Seattle, WA., 1970 51 mins Field Recordings
A couple of ambient field recordings made by Charles Amirkhanian on the morning of August 12, 1970, in Seattle, Washington. The first recording was made from 7:10 AM to 7:35 AM with the stereo microphones placed about 3 feet apart, and...
World Ear Project Bullfrogs at Terry Riley’s House, June 11, 1983 3 min Field Recordings
Just good’ol bull frogs “performing” as a natural vocal/percussion ensemble, recorded at Terry Riley’s house in Northern California, on June 11, 1983.
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