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Music recording
1 sound disc (49 min., 24 sec.) : analog, 33 1/3 rpm ; 12 in.
  • Side one: Per la sete dell'orecchio, 1976 : excerpt / Walter Marchetti (2:13)
  • Tamaran, 1974 : excerpt / Juan Hidalgo (3:50)
  • Dream house, 1973 : excerpt / La Monte Young (3:45)
  • Some ideas for Fluxus, 1989 / Ben Vautier (1:23)
  • Elektronischer dècoll/age. Happening raum, 1968 / Wolf Vostell (3:00)
  • Broken music composition, 1979 / Milan Knizak (3:26)
  • Imitating the sound of the birds, 1979 / Robert Filliou (0.55)
  • Natural assemblage : Le vrai corbeau, 1984 / Alison Knowles (5:05)
  • Duet, 1968 / Emmett Williams (1:50).
  • Side two: Radio music, 1956 / John Cage (4:32)
  • Sonne stat Reagan, 1982 / Joseph Beuys (3:03)
  • Toilette piece, 1971 / Yoko Ono (0:30)
  • B.B. finally dreams about life, B.B.'s, you play it, 1962 / Dick Higgins (1:35)
  • Car passing at night, country road in Maine, 1988 / Philip Corner (1:05)
  • The untactis of music, 1968 / Eric Andersen (2:32)
  • Interview, 1963 / Robert Watts (1:25)
  • My jubilee ist unverhemmet, 1977 / Nam June Paik (5:15)
  • Orchestra requiem variations, 1967 / Ken Friedman (3:00).
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Book
406 p. : ill., music ; 50 cm. & 2 discs (33 1/3 rpm. stereo. 12 in.) in pockets.
  • López Serrano, M. El códice.--Filguera Valverde, J. El texto.--Guerrero Lovillo, J. Las miniaturas.--Lloréns Cisteró, J.M. La música.
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Sound recording
1 sound disc : 33 1/3 rpm ; 10 in.
Author Michel Butor describes his efforts to understand and describe American culture in preparation for writing his book entitled Mobile.
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Archive/Manuscript
7 sound discs : 33 1/3 rpm; 12 in
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
Collection contains LP records of poets reading at Stanford and currently includes: Yvor Winters, recorded in 1953 and 1958 (2 discs); Donald Davie, copyright 1974; Janet Lewis, copyright 1975; John Hawkes, recorded in 1972 (2 copies); and J. V. Cunningham, copyright 1974.
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Archive/Manuscript
1 sound disc : 33 1/3 rpm ; 10 in., 1 sound disc :bdigital; 4 3/4 in.
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
From the liner notes: “These are some of the Irish song which Russell Varian sang at many early Varian parties, and elsewhere for his friends. These are some of the songs he had learned from his father, who was born and raised in Dublin, Ireland. The songs were recorded by Ed Ginzton in New York in 1943. The words were supplied by Dorothy Varian in 1962.”
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