Summer music : an installation in four parts
by Warren Burt (1990)
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Instrumentation: IBM-AT compatible computer with "Sound Globs" composing software controlling Roland D-110 and Yamaha TX81Z synthesizers.
First performance: by Warren Burt — 9 Dec 90. Linden Gallery, St. Kilda, Melbourne
Summer music consists for four parts: Summer Music I (2 - 3pm), Summer Music II (3 - 4pm), Summer Music III (4 - 5 pm) and Summer Music IV (5 - 6pm). The length of the piece can vary from performance to performance, however the shortest possible performance of all four parts would be two hours.
- In the form/style of: Experimental music
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