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IMPORTANT RECORDS, 1982.
Pop, Rock, Ordre alphabétique des interprètes, XO262A (sauf indication contraire; sous réserve de disponibilité.)
1 Horse sings from cloud / 2 Rattlesnake mountain
Pauline OLIVEROS Accordéon.
"Known internationally as a composer, accordionist and teacher, Oliveros' work in improvisation, electronic techniques, teaching methods, myth and ritual, and meditative and physical consciousness raising has changed the course of American music. She left the University of California at San Diego in 1981, at the rank of full professor, in order to support her ideas, creative projects and collaborations. She directs the Deep Listening program for The Deep Listening Institute, Ltd All of her work emphasizes attentional strategies, musicianship and improvisational skills. Oliveros' compositions have been performed worldwide. In 1985, she was honored by a retrospective of her music at the J.F.K. Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. Her written work was anthologized in 1984 in Software for People (Smith Publications), and her recorded work is available on numerous albums from various labels. Her recent commissions include Ghost Dance - in collaboration with Boston-based choreographer, Paula Josa Jones, and commissioned by Lincoln Center 1995; music for the Mabou Mines production of Lear; and Contenders for
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