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Machover, Tod

Computer Music with and without Instruments

1984

Sunday 20 February 2005, by Pierre Couprie

The author examines some ideas behind three computer works (Fusione Fugace, Electric Etudes, Spectres Parisiens) that he composed at IRCAM. Fuzione Fugace (1982) is for three performers (keyboards) and a live computer. Electric Etudes (1983) was composed for cello and live electronics. Spectres Parisiens (1984) was composed for three solo instruments, chamber orchestra, and computer tape.

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