Vladimir Ussachevsky

Vladimir Ussachevsky

Also you may know as Ussachevsky, V. Ussachevsky, Vladamir Ussachevsky, Wladimir Ussachevsky
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Discography of Vladimir Ussachevsky:


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# Cover Release title Total tracks Download mp3 album Release date Label fo release
1 Vladimir Ussachevsky - Wireless Fantasy And Other Selections Wireless Fantasy And Other Selections 6 1974 EAV Lexington
2 Vladimir Ussachevsky - Electronic And Acoustic Works 1957-1972 Electronic And Acoustic Works 1957-1972 15 1999 Composers Recordings Inc. (CRI)
3 Vladimir Ussachevsky - Music For Electronic & Older Instruments Music For Electronic & Older Instruments 7 1968 Composers Recordings Inc. (CRI)
4 Vladimir Ussachevsky - Tape Music An Historic Concert Tape Music An Historic Concert 8 1968
5 Vladimir Ussachevsky - Tape Recorder Music Tape Recorder Music 5 1955 Gene Bruck Enterprises Inc.
6 Vladimir Ussachevsky - Works For Instruments And Tape: Colloquy / Dialogues And Contrasts Works For Instruments And Tape: Colloquy / Dialogues And Contrasts 4 1987 Composers Recordings Inc. (CRI)
7 Vladimir Ussachevsky - Choral Music By Vladimir Ussachevsky Choral Music By Vladimir Ussachevsky 9 1973 Composers Recordings Inc. (CRI)
8 Vladimir Ussachevsky - Electronic And Acoustic Works 1957-1972 Electronic And Acoustic Works 1957-1972 17 2007 New World Records
9 Vladimir Ussachevsky - A Poem In Cycles And Bells & Other Music For Tape Recorder A Poem In Cycles And Bells & Other Music For Tape Recorder 4 1957 Composers Recordings Inc. (CRI)
10 Vladimir Ussachevsky - Tape Recorder Music Tape Recorder Music 6 2013 Cacophonic
11 Vladimir Ussachevsky - Tape Music An Historic Concert Tape Music An Historic Concert 8 1968
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About Vladimir Ussachevsky

Ussachevsky (1911-1990) was a pioneer in electronic music who composed and taught at the Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center. Before 1952 his music was neo-Romantic. After 1952 he composed mostly using electronic instruments and computers. He produced the first works of “tape music,” a uniquely American synthesis of the French musique concrète and the German pure electronic schools. With Otto Luening, he co-founded the Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center in 1959 and directed its course for the next twenty years as the leading electronic music studio in the United States.

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