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Pauline Oliveros - Reverberations: Tape & Electronic Music


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"The enormous 12CD box set of Pauline Oliveros's early electronic work will be released by Important Records next month. Reverberations: Tape & Electronic Music compiles mostly unreleased material from the period 1961–1970, and includes her first piece made for tape in 1961."

 

 

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