Works

"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."

Performance documentary recorded at the 1970 Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts for National Educational Television Imagery of the New Media (1970–71) program about new technological art media written by David Rosenboom, produced by Ontario Educational Communications Authority, Toronto.

Documentary on biofeedback with David Rosenboom, Dr. Neal Miller, and Dr. Les Fehmi, and Don Berry, produced Philip Mendlo, filmed by Jerry Murphy, New York University, New York, 16mm film, approx. 30 min.

Vox electronic organ and Neurona Omnivoila voltage controlled frequency dividers.

Electronic sounds presented with slides.

Nine sections with gradual process melodic, rhythmic, and harmonic materials for creatively constituted variable ensembles, which may include keyboards, plucked, or percussion instruments, instruments in Just intonation, winds, brass, strings, computer assisted electronic or electro acoustic instruments, birds, and outdoor environments.

Interview also including Robert Ashley and Salvatore Martirano by Donal Henahan for article about Thais Lathem. The New York Times. (April 13, 1969).

Unrealized proposal for dancers, electromyogram monitors, electronic music, and computer generated video imagery, in which choreography is formed by fitting large, interlocking puzzle pieces together while electronic music and projected images are controlled by signals recorded from dancers muscle movements.

With Terry Riley (director), Jon Hassell, and Ed Burnham; cyclical gradual process improvisation utilizing composed starting points provided by Riley.

With Salvatore Martirano; live electronic music with custom–made systems.

With Gerald Shapiro; emphasizing cyclical gradual process music and audience interactive pieces with electronic music.

Made from material recorded during live electronic music performances with Alfred Jarry’s play, Ubu Roi, directed by Harold Wicke at the State University of New York at Buffalo; part 1 used with 16mm film, Pére Facts, by Robert Lieberman and released on Roundup: A Live Electro–acoustic Retrospective (1968–1984), Slowscan Editions, Vol. 7, 's–Hertogenbosch, Holland, 1987, [cassette]; complete version with all four parts released in digital form on Roundup Two, Selected music with electro-acoustic landscapes, Art Into Life, Japan, 2012, [2-CD set].

Violist. Columbia CBS Records, New York, 1968 (later re-released on CD).

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