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Source: Music Of The Avant Garde Issue Number 9

Artist: Various

Year: 1971
Country: United States
Catalog No: Source Records
Format: Vinyl 10"-2
    Record Number Five
A –Lowell Cross Video II (B) / (C) / (L) 15:15
B –Arrigo Lora-Totino English Phonemes 1970 14:50
    Record Number Six
C –Alvin Curran Magic Carpet 14:50
D –Anna Lockwood* Tiger Balm 10:20
Companies, etc.
  • Recorded At – University of Toronto Electronic Music Studio
  • Recorded At – Sveriges Radio
  • Recorded At – Gallery Arco D'Alibert
  • Recorded At – Tangent Studio
  • Recorded At – Goldsmiths College
  • Published By – Composer/Performer Edition
  • Artwork By [Designer] – Arthur Woodbury, Hamilton Stevenson, Stanley Lunetta
  • Edited By, Engineer – Rudolph De Grood
  • Other [European Representative] – Harvey Matusow
  • Other [Magazine Editor] – Arthur Woodbury, Stanley Lunetta
  • Other [Printer] – Douglas Galbreath, "The Printer"
  • Photography By [Album Cover Photo], Cover – Jay Allen
Supplement to the magazine of the same name which includes:

Lowell Cross "Musica Instrumentalis"
Arrigo Lora-Totino "english phonemes 1970"
Marilyn Wood, Jim Burns "Events in Environments"
Manford L. Eaton "Bio-Music"
Jacques Brodier "Reality Filter"
Ed Kobrin "Rip Off"
Alvin Curran "Magic Carpet"
Anna Lockwood "Piano Burning"
Anna Lockwood "Tiger Balm"
Circuit Book
Nelson Howe "Fur Music"
Nicolas Sloniimsky "Möbius Strip"

The magazine is 74 pages and is spiral bound with the record jackets. The pages are 13.5" by 10.75".

The records are included in paper jackets that are bound with the magazine.

A realized at University of Toronto Electronic Music Studio, 1965.
B recorded at the studios of Sveriges Radio, Stockholm, Sweden.
C recorded at the Gallery Arco D'Alibert, Rome, Italy.
D realized at Tangent Studio, London, and at The Electronic Music Studio, University of London, Goldsmith Collage.