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Digging Dugger

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Item Type: Sound Recording Duration: 73 min
Event Type: Interview and Music Program Origin: KPFA

How does an instrumental composer make the transition into electronic music? Edwin Dugger, composer and director of the University of California at Berkeley’s electronic music studio, talks with Charles Amirkhanian about this and other topics of interest. The discussion is highlighted by a selection of Dugger’s instrumental and electro-acoustic compositions, in this program that was recorded on October 19, 1972.

Musical Selections:  Music for Synthesizer and Six Instruments (1966) -- Divisions of Time, for woodwinds, piano and six percussionists (1962) -- Intermezzi, for twelve instruments (1969) -- Abwesenheiten und Wiedersehen (”Absences and Returns”) (1971)
Performers:  members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra (Music for Synthesizer)
David Epstein, conductor (Music for Synthesizer)
Oberlin Conservatory of Music Orchestra (Divisions)
Edwin Dugger, conductor (Divisions ; Abwesenheiten)
University of Chicago Contemporary Chamber Players (Intermezzi)
Ralph Shapey, conductor (Intermezzi)
Berkeley Contemporary Chamber Players (Abwesenheiten)
Genres:  Electro-Acoustic / Electronic; New Music
Subject:  Electro-acoustic; New music; Composition (Music); Sextets (Clarinet, flute, oboe, violin, viola, cello) ; Electronic music; Septets (Clarinet, flute, oboe, electronics, violin, viola, cello); Instrumental ensembles
People:  Amirkhanian, Charles; Dugger, Edwin, 1940-; Epstein, David, 1930-2002; Shapey, Ralph, 1921-2002
Recording Date:  10/19/1972
First Broadcast Date:  10/19/1972
 
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