Roberto Gerhard

Electronic Explorations from his Studio + the BBC Radiophonic Workshop 1958-1967

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Abstract

During the 1950s and 1960s, Roberto Gerhard gathered a significant magnetic tape collection in his home studio, creating a major repository of early electronic sound recordings of his own works. The pieces on this record present a complex set of challenges for audio restoration, givin' at the end a complete understanding of his compositional process and allowing the spirit and vitality of his electronicwork to speak clearly to the listener
Original languageEnglish
Specialist publicationCD digipack + 28 pages booklet
PublisherSubrosa
Publication statusPublished - 2014

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1950s
1960s
Repository
Restoration
Sound Recording
Tape
Listeners
Vitality

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