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Maggi Payne Short biography and discography from Lovely Records. http://www.lovely.com/bios/payne.html
Extractions: Maggi Payne MAGGI PAYNE obtained music degrees from Northwestern University, the University of Illinois, and Mills College. For ten years she was a recording engineer in the multi-track facilities at the Center for Contemporary Music at Mills, where she is currently Co-Director and teaches recording engineering, composition and electronic music. She was a production engineer at a major Bay Area Radio Station for ten years and now freelances as a digital recording engineer and editor. Her works have been performed throughout the United States and Europe, including the New Music Across America Festival 1992 (Los Angeles), New Music America 1990, 1987 and 1981 Festivals, Composers' Forum in NYC, Experimental Intermedia Foundation in NYC, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, SEAMUS, Siggraph, CADRE, University of California at Santa Cruz, Cal State Northridge, Texas Tech University, University of Hartford, College of Santa Fe, Media Study/Buffalo, New Langton Arts in SF, New York Museum of Modern Art, Paris Autumn Festival, Bourges Festival in France, and the Autunno Musical at Como, Italy. She has received two Composer's Grants and an Interdisciplinary Arts Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, and video grants from the Mellon Foundation and the Western States Regional Media Arts Fellowships Program.
Spotlight On Engineer Maggi Payne Special focus on her abilities in restoring older recordings and working on newer works as well as composition, teaching, and musicianship. http://www.musicandarts.com/maggi_payne.html
Extractions: Spotlight on Engineer Maggi Payne Payne earned music degrees from Northwestern University, the University of Illinois, and Mills College. For ten years she was a recording engineer in the multi-track facilities at the Center for Contemporary Music at Mills, where she is currently co-director and teaches recording engineering, composition and electronic music. She was a production engineer at a major Bay Area radio station for ten years, and has been freelancing as a recording engineer and editor for Music and Arts (and its predecessor organization, Educational Media Associates of America, Inc.) and other record companies since 1981. Besides re-engineering historic live performance recordings, Maggi Payne has recorded and edited numerous original old and new music discs for various labels (indexed in the All Music Guide Classical website). Maggi Payne's latest album has just appeared on the CRI label. Titled The Extended Flute , it features music for flute and electronics from the 60's through the 90's and proves that the avant garde is alive and well. For three decades she has been extending flute techniques and involved in interactive performance with computers and electronics. On this album, she performs live interactive works of and with David Behrman and Mark Trayle and solo works by Roman Haubenstock-Ramati, William Brooks, and herself. Back to Main Catalog
Maggi Payne - Maggi Payne Maggi Payne is CoDirector (since 1992) of the Center for Contemporary Music at Mills College, Oakland, CA, where she teaches recording engineering, composition, and electronic http://maggipayne.com/
Mills College - Faculty Index Payne, Maggi; Professor of Music. BMus, Northwestern University; MMus, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign; MFA, Mills College. At Mills since 1972. http://www.mills.edu/academics/faculty/
UO Music Services Discographies: Women Composers: P PAYNE, MAGGI, 1945The extended flute. CRI CD 807, p1999. NOTES In part chance compositions. PERFORMERS Maggi Payne, flute; in part with electronics. http://libweb.uoregon.edu/music/Discographies/womencompdisco/womdiscop.html
Extractions: Explore other UO Discographies This is a discography (list of recordings) of some of the Knight Library's Douglass Room collection. The recordings usually do not circulate outside the Library, except to the faculty and Graduate Teaching Fellows of the University of Oregon. However, any item listed as Doug. Circ. is part of our Circulating Compact Disc Collection, and may be borrowed through Interlibrary Loan, and by anyone with a UO-approved card. The call numbers designate the type of recording material represented. Those call numbers preceded by the designation PHONODISC are LP's; those with COMPACT DISC and CD's; and those with CASSETTE are cassettes or cassette kits. Note: Items marked with an asterisk ( ) designate those recordings for which we own a score in our Music Services Department score collection.
Hum 2, Maggi Payne Her own program notes on a piece for trombone and tape written for trombonist Abbie Conant. http://www.osborne-conant.org/Hum2.htm
Extractions: Home Bios Music Theater Recordings ... Miscellaneous HUM 2 (2000) for Abbie Conant 7:00 Program notes by Maggi Payne When writing this multi-track work for trombone I could not help but to see the tie-ins to my work of 27 years prior, HUM. That work is scored for one live flutist and six taped flute parts (although it could be performed live with seven performers). HUM 2 is scored for one live trombone plus seven taped parts, although it, too, could be performed live with 8 trombones. The piece deals with expansion/contraction and involves spatial deployment over eight or four speakers. Ideally one should not be able to distinguish the live performer from the taped parts. The piece takes advantage of this surround capability with sounds traveling around, through, and across the space (all built into scoring of the piece), with many instances of extended techniques and delicate pitch alterations (of 2-7 Hz). If the listener is in a good listening position, the space should contract to appear to come very close (as all 8 trombones get very loud) and expand outward (as all 8 trombones get very soft).
Sibley Music Library - Women Composers Collection Payne, Maggi. Letter, biography, program notes. folder 54 Pierce, Alexandra. Letter, biography. folder 55 Pizer, Elizabeth Faw Hayden. Letter, brochure with resume and works http://www.esm.rochester.edu/sibley/specialc/findaids/womencom.htm
Extractions: 8'7" (= 2'2" documents + 85 sound recordings) These materials were collected as a result of a project by the elementary music students of Edward Hines of Wendell, Massachusetts. During the 1993/94 academic year, the music students of Rowe Elementary School of Rowe, Massachusetts, Erving Elementary School of Erving, Massachusetts, and Sunderland Elementary School of Sunderland, Massachusetts wrote to a number of women composers to request scores and recordings of their compositions, as well as information about their lives, work, and musical training. The materials were donated to Sibley Music Library Special Collections in July, 1995. The collection contains a number of scores (mostly reproductions from the composers' manuscripts), many with accompanying recordings on tape, compact disc, video tape, or LP. Also included are the composers' biographical materials, resumes, and letters sent in response to the students' questions. In addition to providing access to the music of these composers, the collection offers information about their careers, training, and compositional processes.
Maggi Payne Biographical and musical information from Vox Novus. http://www.voxnovus.com/composer/Maggi_Payne.htm
Extractions: Amazon.com Amazon.com Amazon.com Amazon.com ... Amazon.com Maggi Payne born December 23, 1945 Temple, Texas Maggi Payne is Co-Director (since 1992) of the Center for Contemporary Music at Mills College where she teaches recording engineering, composition, and electronic music. She was a production engineer at a major Bay Area Radio Station for ten years. She also freelances as a recording engineer and editor. She has received two Composer's Grants and an Interdisciplinary Arts Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, and video grants from the Mellon Foundation and the Western States Regional Media Arts Fellowships Program. She has had two honorary mentions from Bourges, one from Prix Ars Electronica, and placed in the Barlow and "Luigi Russolo" per giovani compositor di Musica Elettroacoustica competitions. Works include System Test (fire and ice), Holding Pattern, Forest Sounds, breaks/motors, White Turbulence 2000, HUM 2, Sweet Dreams, Close-ups, Raw Data, Apparent Horizon, Minutia 0-13, Liquid Metal, Aeolian Confluence, Resonant Places, Desertscapes, Phase Transitions, Songs of Flight, Ahh-Ahh (ver 2.1), Airwaves (realities), White Night, Subterranean Network, Crystal, Solar Wind, Ling, Scirocco, Transparencies and HUM. Her solo CD, Crystal, is on the Lovely Music label, as are her compositions, Lunar Dusk and Lunar Earthrise. breaks/motors is on the Oasis: Music from Mills 2001 CD, White Turbulence 2000 is on Stark land's Immersion VD and VD-A. Airwaves is on the Another Coast CD from Music and Arts, HUM, Confluence, and Inflections are on The Extended Flute CD on RI, Resonant Places is on the CDCM series CD (volume 17) from Centaur, Desertscapes is on the Desertscapes CD from MMC, MoirŽ is on the Storm of Drones CD from Asphodel, She Began and Chris Mann are on Frog Peak CDs, Raw Data is on the END ID CD on Digital Narcis, Apparent Horizon was published in Postwest, and Subterranean Network is on the Mills College Anthology.
Canadian Content > Composers Canadian Content explores Payne, Maggi. Includes free listings and information about Payne, Maggi from the CanConDir. http://www.canadiancontent.net/dir/Top/Arts/Music/Composition/Composers/P/Payne,
Extractions: County receives 24th budget award ANNOUNCEMENTS Davis Chesterfield County has been chosen by the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada to receive its Distinguished Budget Presentation Award. "On behalf of the county and my department, I am very pleased that we've been recognized for the 24th year in a row," said Allan Carmody, director of the county's Budget and Management Department. "Developing and managing a $1.1 billion budget requires the collective effort of many people. Everyone works very hard on the budget, and we take our missions to provide financial and organizational information and guidance very seriously. The award recognizes the county's efforts to improve the quality of budgeting and provide an excellent example for other governments throughout the U.S." The county had to satisfy nationally recognized guidelines for effective budget presentation that are designed to assess how well the budget serves as a policy document, financial plan, operations guide and communication device. Budget documents must be rated as proficient in all four categories to receive the award. This year, the budget document received increased scores in the following categories: financial plan, operations guide and communication device.
CDeMUSIC Maggi Payne Quotes, background material, and photograph with information on CD availability from the Electronic Music Foundation. http://www.cdemusic.org/artists/payne.html
The Living Composers Project Payne, Maggi (b. 1945) (USA) Paz, Erel (b. 1974) (Israel) Peck, Russell (b. 1945) (USA) P cou, Thierry (b. 1965) (France) Pedini, Carlo (b. 1956) (Italy) http://composers21.com/p.htm
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Mills College - Maggi Payne Faculty page from music department of Mills College with picture, CV, compositions, discography, program notes, interviews, performances, and reviews. http://www.mills.edu/academics/faculty/mus/maggi/maggi.php