Version of the film by the same name, (by David Rosenboom with George Manupelli, staring Jacqueline Humbert and Jean Moncrieff), paired with the composition In The Beginning I (Electronic) as sound track, David Rosenboom Publishing, Santa Clarita, CA, video, approx. 25 min.
"There are two basic principles of musical structure I rely on. The first is expressed by the force of attraction, (gravity, love, concentration, creation), and the second lies in the idea of repetition, (materialization, duration). My mindfulness of this constitutes the only score. I find I must wait before the beginning of each performance until I am surprised by the first sound I make and the fact that it is made. Then, I feel ready to proceed."
[SCORE & PARTS AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD] The second in the In the Beginning series of eight major works for various instrumental ensembles, soloists and electronic media.
[SCORE & PARTS AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD] The third in the In the Beginning series of eight major works for various instrumental ensembles, soloists and electronic media.
[SCORE & PARTS AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD] The fourth in the In the Beginning series of eight major works for various instrumental ensembles, soloists and electronic media.
Feature length, dramatic–musical film in which a 400–year–old samurai meets a strong, modern, female couple living in the White Mountains of New Hampshire; a collaborative project written, directed and filmed by George Manupelli, staring Harvey Chao, Francis Leeming, and Jacqueline Humbert music by David Rosenboom and Jacqueline Humbert, sound track by David Rosenboom, produced by John Caldwell, St. Theodore Films and John B. Caldwell Productions, Bethlehem, NH, Toronto, and Los Angeles, 16mm film, approx. 60 min.
Portraits of the J. Jasmine persona and her songs, produced by the artists in Toronto, Chez Hum–Boom Publishing, Santa Clarita, CA, video.
A collaborative work created with Jacqueline Humbert for performance art theater with song stories, narration, a fashion show, video, computer graphics, costumes, and sets.
For Eugenio Tellez, electronic process based on the Himno National de Chile, recorded in the composer’s studio, released on Roundup: A Live Electro–acoustic Retrospective (1968–1984), Slowscan Editions, Vol. 7, 's–Hertogenbosch, Holland, 1987, [cassette]; re-released in digital version on Roundup, Selected music with electro-acoustic landscapes (1968-1984), Art Into Life, Japan, 2012, [2-CD set].
[SCORE AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD] The first in the In the Beginning series of eight major works for various instrumental ensembles, soloists and electronic media.
Contains parts of And Out Come the Night Ears (1978) for piano and Buchla 300 Series Electric Music Box and How Much Better if Plymouth Rock Had Landed On the Pilgrims, Section V (1969), in a duet version performed by Rosenboom and Donald Buchla with two Buchla Series 300 Electric Music Box instruments, 1750 Arch Records, #S-1774, Berkeley, CA, 1978, [LP record]; complete version of And Out Come the Night Ears re-mastered for digital was released on Future Travel, New World Records, #80668, New York, 2007, [CD].
Interview by Davis, B. (January/February 1978). Synapse, 42. (Los Angeles), 18–19
For brainwave performer and computer music system.