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From the CD that accompanies Filiz Ali's biography of the composer.

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Electronic Music 1960-1973. Electronic Music 1960-1973. Sub Rosa SR 431. CD. 2017. Sub Rosa SRV 431. LP. blue highlight denotes track pick.

Bülent Arel's (1919 Turkey - 1990 USA) work occupies a special place in the history of electronic music because one thing is certain: Arel's work is still fresh, groundbreaking, and it seems always to look out for the next adventure in sound. He was also a devoted teacher, a sculptor, and a painter. From 1940 until 1947 Arel studied composition, piano, and 20th century classical music at the Ankara Conservatory. In 1959 Arel came to the . on a grant by the Rockefeller Foundation to work at the Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center. By that time the center had just started out under its director Vladimir Ussachevsky. During Arel's work in Princeton he also met Edgard Varèse with whom in 1962 he worked on the electronic sections of Varèse's 'Déserts'. Frank Zappa lists Arel as a key influence.

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Bülent Arel was a Turkish-born American composer of electronic and contemporary classical music. In 1959, following his studies at the Ankara Conservatory, Arel came to the USA on a grant by the Rockefeller Foundation to work at the Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center. There he met Edgard Varèse with whom in 1962 he worked on the electronic sections of Varèse's 'Déserts'.

Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center was an album of electronic music released in 1964. It was the recording of a concert performed at the McMillin Theatre (today called the Miller Theatre) at Columbia University on May 9 and 10, 1961. The stereo version was MS 6566 and the monophonic version was ML 5966. There was a sequel released in 1998 on the New World label titled Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center 1961–1973. Bülent Arel is the only artist who appears on both albums.

Tracklist

A1 Electronic Music No.1 / 1960 8:43
A2 Mimiana I : Flux / 1968 10:45
B1 Mimiana II : Frieze / 1969 13:10
B2 Stereo Electronic Music No.2 / 1970 14:24

Credits

  • Layout – Mountain
  • Liner Notes – Nicolas Linkert
  • Restoration, Remastered By – Gabriel Séverin

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 17912 1A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 17912 1B
  • Matrix / Runout (Both Sides): SRV 431

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SR431 Bülent Arel Electronic Music 1960-1973 ‎(CD, Comp) Sub Rosa SR431 Belgium 2017



Bülent Arel - Electronic Music 1960-1973 mp3 flac
Experimental, Musique Concrète
Performer: Bülent Arel
Title: Electronic Music 1960-1973
Category: Electronic
Country: Belgium
Released: 2017
Rating: 4.3/5
Votes: 167
Other Formats: MPC ASF TTA MIDI VOC AAC MP4