Robert Ashley

a) Tonträger

In Sara, Mencken, Christ and Beethoven there were men and women (1972). Testo: John Barton Wolgamot (1944). Musica: Robert Ashley. Registrazione: Center for Contemporary Music Mills College, Oakland, CA. Moog Synthesizer: Paul DeMarinis (1973). Milano: Cramps Records 1974, CRSLP 6103, nova musicha n. 3. LP

Interiors With Flash (1978), auf: BIG EGO. New York 1978. Giorno Poetry Systems, GPS 012-013. LP

Automatic Writing. Voices: Robert and Mimi Johnson. Electronics and Polymoog: Robert Ashley. Words by Robert Ashley. Translation by Monsa Norberg. New York 1979, Lovely Music / Vital Records, VR 1002 Stereo. LP

The Wolfman. Performed by Robert Ashley, vocalist; assisted by Gordon Mumma, electronics, in concert at the First Festival of Live-Electronic Music, 1967, University of Calif. Davis. SOURCE RECORD NUMBER ONE, in: SOURCE. Davis, Calif. o. J., No. 4, A-Seite. LP (22cm)

She was a visitor, auf: EXTENDED VOICES. New Pieces for Chorus and for Voices altered electronically by Sound Synthesizers and Vocoder. The Brandeis University Chamber Chamber Chorus, Alvin Lucier, director. New York, o. J., CBS, Odyssey 32160156. LP

Purposeful Lady Slow Afternoon, auf: SONIC ARTS UNION. ELECTRIC SOUND. Recorded at the Ropse Art Museum Brandeis University. o. O. o. J., Mainstream Records, MS/5010. LP

b) Rundfunk

c) Sendungen über Robert Ashley

Greenaway, Peter: Robert Ashley. Dokumentation über den amerikanischen Komponisten. BR-TV 3, 19.1.1986, 16.05-17.00 Uhr /Tonspur der Fernsehdokumentation/

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