This edition consists of two pages of textual instructions; there is no music score. The performer plays tones against a single pure wave sound, creating audible beats.
Loose-leaf. Printed from manuscript.
Loose-leaf. Printed from manuscript. Consists entirely of textual instructions.
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Loose-leaf. Printed from manuscript. Consists entirely of textual directions.
Dedicated to Amanda Stokes Lucier. This score consists of textual instructions for performing a lullaby for a child. This includes blowing; tracing shapes, letters and numbers; drawing; and imitating sounds. For concert purposes, a dummy head may be used.
Loose-leaf. The score is entirely made up of textual directions.
…a symposium held at the Wesleyan University Center for the Arts, Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Gallery, November and December 2011. Includes an introduction by Nicholas S. Roth; essays by Nicolas Collins and Ronald Kuivila; and an interview with Andrea Miller-Keller and Alvin Lucier. Black & white photos.
Release of this classic recording of Lucier's electronic work.
A documentary about the avant-garde composer Lucier, directed by Viola Rusche and Hauke Harder.
Chase plays music by Edgard Varese, Steve Reich, Philip Glass, Marcos Balter, Mario Diaz de Leon, and Alvin Lucier.
The Ensemble Neon performs music by Oren Ambarchi, Alvin Lucier, James Rushford, Julian Skar, Jan martin Smordal, and Kristine Tjogersen.
In one movement. With performance notes. The music is unmetered and uses proportional notation. The performers play long glissandi. The music was inspired by the Williams Fork Mountain Range of Colorado. Duration ca. 13 minutes.
This edition consists of a set of textual instructions for performance. The music is in three parts. Part I is for clarinet, female voice, flute, horn and pure wave oscillators. Part II is for mallet instruments and pure wave oscillators. Part III is for string quartet and pure wave oscillators. The…
In one movement. With performance notes. The music is unmetered and uses proportional notation. The performers play long tones. Duration ca. 14 minutes.
In one movement. With performance notes. Composed for John Anderson and James Fulkerson. The performers sustain a series of 72 long tones separated by silences. The tones are represented as whole notes.
In one movement. With performance notes. Dedicated to Lynn Bechtold. The violinist plays long tones against the tones of two oscillators. The music is unmetered. Duration ca. 9 minutes.
In one movement. With performance notes. Commissioned by Feet to the Fire, Exploring Global Climate Change from Science to Art, Center for the Arts, Wesleyan University. Premiered by Lucy Strother in April 2009. The performer plays one long glissando ranging over two octaves. Duration ca. 24…
This edition contains two pages of textual instructions; there is no musical score. The performers invent sentences beginning with the words I Remember, and sing those words into found resonant objects.
Contents: 1. Red Pepper -- 2. Acorn Squash -- 3. String Bean -- 4. Carrot -- 5. Cucumber -- 6. Green Pepper -- 7. Scallion -- 8. Celery -- 9. Lemons -- 10. Three Figs -- 11. Granny Smith Apple -- 12. Papaya -- 13. Yellow Onion. With program and performance notes. Commissioned by Thomas Buckner.…
Dedicated to Claudio Ambrosini and the Ex Novo Ensemble. The score consists of a single page of textual instructions. Each player chooses an object which can resonate with their instrument.
In one movement. Dedicated to Björn Nilsson and Ny Musik I Boras. An atmospheric piece, featuring string glissandi and piano clusters.
This score consists only of one page of textual instructions. The players begin in unison, making minute adjustments in pitch as they continue to play. Composed for the students in the Wesleyan University String Quartet. Premiered in October 1994.
This score consists entirely of textual instructions. Each player lowers and raises their tones gradually, crossing each other and causing beats to occur. Duration ca. 8 minutes.