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Herbert Eimert - Einführung (Vinyl, LP)


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  1. Rainbow by ROBERT STILLMAN, released 15 January 1. Ruthie In May 2. As He Walked Into the Field 3. Warren Is a Great Car 4. Rainbow 5. Field With Pops 6. Epilogue Rainbow is the new album by Robert Stillman. To the extent that music, especially that which is wordless, can describe life, Rainbow serves as a window into the past four years of Stillman’s own: a time of birth, death, love.
  2. Buy Various Artists - Precocious Noise & Early Electronica 2 [LP] [With CD, 2 Pack] at brasahaberontradopentriculnelting.coinfo Music: Jazz: Missing: Herbert Eimert.
  3. Epitaph für Aikichi Kuboyama; Sechs Studien, an Album by Herbert Eimert. Released in on Wergo (catalog no. WER ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Musique concrète, Tape Music. Featured peformers: Herbert Eimert (liner notes).
  4. Herbert Eimert's Epitaph für Aikichi Kuboyama () is entirely built on transformation of language, entirely based on a text about the Fisherman Aikichi Kuboyama, the first .
  5. Herbert Eimert: Publisher: Deutsche Grammophon Gesellschaft [] Edition/Format: Music LP: No Linguistic ContentView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Musique concrète. More like this: Similar Items.
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  7. Herbert Eimert "Epitaph Fur Aikichi Kuboyama / Sechs Studien" [CD] 2,円 Label: Wergo - WER ドイツの音楽理論家にして音楽学者、作曲家Herbert Eimertが年に残した初期電子音楽超名盤(かのCreel Poneも手を出した).
  8. Herbert Eimert discography and songs: Music profile for Herbert Eimert, born 8 April Genres: Musique concrète, Tape Music. Albums include OHM: The Early Gurus of Electronic Music: , Epitaph für Aikichi Kuboyama; Sechs Studien, and An Anthology of Noise & Electronic Music / Third A-Chronology
  9. Herbert Eimert ‘Einführung in die elektronische Musik’ German physician Hermann von Helmholtz () demonstrated in his book On the Sensations of Tone as a Physiological Basis for the Theory of Music, that a single sound is the addition of various .