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here's a video of a dance troupe dancing to Pierre Henry's "Variations for a Door and a Sigh" (performed entirely with a creaky door).

 

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Karlheinz Stockhausen

 

 

real talk.

 

check out the babes of musique concrete too because they, often, kept it realer

 

daphne oram (obviously), eliane radigue, laurie spiegel, pauline oliveros, delia derbyshire

 

http://youtu.be/D2U0q4lZiFg

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here's a video of a dance troupe dancing to Pierre Henry's "Variations for a Door and a Sigh" (performed entirely with a creaky door).

 

 

<3

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But seriously, thanks for the suggestions. I really liked the Eliane Radigue doc. Nebraska. Some great quotes. She describes sound so succinctly.

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