Audible EcoSystemics n. 3a (Background Noise Study) (2003) by Agostina Di Scipio:
p. 135 Der tönende See by Kirsten Reese
Der tönende See (2000) by Kirsten Reese
Kirsten Reese has also made an online documentation of Der tönende See, which allow you to hear the sound of several bowls by moving your computer mouse on them.… read more
p. 134 Eliane Radigue
A documentation on Eliane Radigue. She mentions how she places loudspeakers in the concert hall at 10’00”:… read more
p. 131 Berliner Lautsprecher Orchester by Wolfgang Heiniger
Berliner Lautsprecher Orchester (since 2013) developed by Wolfgang Heiniger. This orchestra has not a symmetrical set-up, in contrary to the Acousmonium.
p. 131 Acousmonium by François Bayle
A short video showing some of the loudspeakers used in the nowadays Acousmonium of the GRM:
p. 128 Guai ai gelidi mostri by Luigi Nono
Guai ai gelidi mostri (1983) by Luigi Nono, with live electronics on 10 loudspeakers in the concert hall (of which you won’t hear anything on youtube of course…). A piece to hear live in the concert hall!
p. 127 …..sofferte onde serene… by Luigi Nono
Again a piece, which can hardly be documented by a video, since it uses loudspeakers underneath the piano and loudspeakers in the concert hall.
…..sofferte onde serene… (1976) by Luigi Nono:
and part II:
p. 125 Focused Loudspeakers by Composers Inside Electronics
p. 124 Birgit Ulher
Birgit Ulher performing with a small loudspeaker inside the trumpet mute: