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Fei, James
Studies on the ANS

Fei, James: Studies on the ANS (Krabbesholm)
Label: Krabbesholm    
Released in: USA    

3 studies created with the ANS, a photoelectronic instrument created by Eugene Murzin in 1958, currently residing at the Theremin Center (Moscow Conservatory). 720 tones are generated via bands printed on glass discs, gated by a "work surface" covered in black mastic and resynthesized via photocells.

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November 2006

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Product Information:

Label: Krabbesholm
Catalog ID: Krabbesholm
Squidco Product Code: 7051

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2006
Country: USA
Packaging: Cardstock foldover
Recorded at the Theremin Center, Moscow Conservatory, December 2004.


James Fei-the ANS (Alexander Nikolayevich Skryabin)

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