Annea Lockwood (1939- ) Biography and discography. http://www.lovely.com/bios/lockwood.html
Extractions: ANNEA LOCKWOOD was born in 1939 in Christchurch, New Zealand where she received her early training as a composer. After completing a B.Mus (hons) she went on to study composition at the Royal College of Music in London, with Peter Racine Fricker (1961-63); at the Darmstadt Ferienkurs fur Neue Musik (1962-63); and with Gottfried Michael Koenig at the Musikhochschule, Cologne, Germany and in Holland (1963-64). Returning to London in 1964, she freelanced as a composer-performer in Britain and other European countries until moving to the USA in 1973. There she continued to freelance and teach, first at CUNY, Hunter College, then, from l982 and at present on the faculty of Vassar College, NY. During the 1960s she collaborated frequently with sound-poets, choreographers and visual artists, and created a number of works which she herself performed, such as the Glass Concert (1967), later published in Source: Music of the Avant-Garde , and recorded on Tangent Records, then on What Next CDs. In this work a variety of complex sounds were drawn from industrial glass shards and glass tubing, and presented as an audio-visual theater piece. In synchronous homage to Christian Barnard's pioneering heart transplants, Lockwood created the Piano TranspIants (1969-72), in which old, defunct pianos were variously burned, "drowned" in a shallow pond in Amarillo, Texas, and partially buried in an English garden.
Browse By Artist: LOCKWOOD, ANNEA EM's original selection of Annea Lockwood 's early works, which had once featured in Source Music of the Avant Garde, a nowlegendary magazine for new and experimental music from http://www.forcedexposure.com/artists/lockwood.annea.html
Extractions: Artist: LOCKWOOD, ANNEA Title: Early Works 1967-82 Label: EM RECORDS (JAPAN) Format: CD Price: Catalog #: EM 1064CD EM's original selection of Annea Lockwood 's early works, which had once featured in Source: Music of the Avant Garde , a now-legendary magazine for new and experimental music from 1967-1973. This CD includes the album Glass World (originally issued on Tangent Records in England, 1970), and trippy, ritual shamanic tape piece "Tiger Balm" (1970). Also her most notable works, series performances "Piano Transplants (1967-1982)" is now re-realized in one single special booklet, containing "Piano Burning," "Piano Garden," etc. Annea Lockwood was born in Christchurch, New Zealand in 1939 and lived in London and Cologne from 1961-1972, studying at the Royal College of Music and the Musikhochschule, Köln, and also freelanced as a composer-performer. Since 1973, she has lived in Peekskill, New York, and taught on the faculty of music at Vassar College, New York from 1982-2001. Her music has been presented in North America, Britain, France, Germany, Austria, The Netherlands, Scandinavia, Italy, Belgium, Mexico, Australia and New Zealand.
Paisaje Sonoro LOCKWOOD, Annea, A Sound Map of the Hudson River, Nueva York, Lovely Music, 1989. _, Breaking the Surface, Nueva York, Lovely Music, 1999. http://www.uclm.es/artesonoro/Discograf’a/html/Paisaje.html
Extractions: LP FONTANA, Bill, Landscape Sculpture with Fog Horns , San Francisco, 1982. Sounds of the Bay Area , San Francisco, 1983. Field Recordings of Natural Sounds , San Francisco, 1983. LOCKWOOD, Annea, Tigel Balm , Sacramento, Source Records, 1971. CASETE Concierto de campanas Sacra Lucus MADERUELO, Javier, Madrid vivo , s.f. WESTERKAPM, Hildegard, A Walk Trough the City/Wisper Study/Streemusic , Vancouver, Insithe the Soundscape, 1983. Harbour Symphony , Vancouver, Insithe the Soundscape, 1986. CD A Month in the Brazilian Rainforest , Salem, Rykodic, 1990. Azoic Zone , Madrid, Hyades Arts, 1992. Clockenkonzer, Signa , Santander, 2000. Campanas e Sonus , Centro Sardo Studi e Ricerche, 2001. Broaden in gates FONTANA, Bill, Landscape Soundings, Viena, ORF, 1990. _, Australian Sound Sculptures, Mainz, Wergo, 1994. _, Ile sonore, FORT, Bernard, Paysages Canadiens , Mens, Stitelle, 1996. Lisboa! a soundscape portrait, Colonia, Zwerg Productions, 1994. LOCKWOOD, Annea, A Sound Map of the Hudson River , Nueva York, Lovely Music, 1989.
Extractions: Product Details Various Arrangers: World Folk Songs for Women's Voices, Vol. 3 Song Name Arranger Voicing Malolo (Lullaby on a Samoan text). Lockwood, Annea SSA Artsa alinu (We have come up to the land) Gilbert, Nina SSAA K’wae-jina ching-ching nah-neh Gilbert, Nina SSAA Shenandoah Lycan, William SSAA Suo Gân (traditional Welsh lullaby) Morgan, Thomas Edward SSAA 9497 Sheet Music $8.95 Click for more World Music Arrangements To find a specific song on any recording (or to find recordings by group name or CD title),
Annea Lockwood Annea Lockwood classical music composer. Home. Composers. Labels Annea Lockwood Annea Lockwood (born July 29, 1939 in Christchurch, New Zealand) is a New Zealand born American composer http://www.modernclassical.com/20thcentury3/lockwood-annea.html
Sound Art ~ Spring 2009: Readings Archives Alvin Lucier shares his his perspectives on Sound Art in an online interview with N. B. Aldrich. You can download this document as well. Posted by Diane Willow at 1116 PM Permalink http://blog.lib.umn.edu/willow/sound/readings/
Extractions: Posted by Diane Willow at 5:45 AM Permalink Comments (0) Alan Licht's Sound Art : Beyond Music, Between Categories will be the required text for the semester. Posted by Diane Willow at 1:43 AM Permalink Comments (0) Alvin Lucier shares his his perspectives on Sound Art in an online interview with N. B. Aldrich. You can download this document as well.
Sound Art ~ Spring 2009: What Is Sound Art? Archives N. B. Aldrich explores the question of what is Sound Art via a series of interviews. His introduction to the questions that shape the emerging genre of Sound Art can be downloaded http://blog.lib.umn.edu/willow/sound/readings/what_is_sound_art/
Video History Project: Resources - Individual Biography Annea Lockwood Annea Lockwood is known for her explorations in the rich world of natural acoustic sounds and environments, in works ranging from sound art and installations http://www.experimentaltvcenter.org/history/people/bio.php3?id=495
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