Restrictions

Audio recordings in Series 8 are restricted; researchers must request a listening copies be produced. Fragile documents have been restricted for preservation reasons; photocopies can be found in place of these originals.

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COLLECTION STORED OFF-SITE: ALLOW ONE WEEK FOR RETRIEVAL OF MATERIALS.

Abstract

Papers of Jon Phetteplace, composer and performer of contemporary music. The papers include drafts, transparencies, and ozalid prints of his own scores, as well as materials for the performance of works by others; correspondence with composers and friends; programs from Phetteplace's activity with orchestras and small ensembles; miscellaneous appointment books, calendars, and journals; photographs; subject files; notebooks; and audiorecordings of his work and the work of others. One of the strengths of the collection is the extensive documentation of his time in Italy, both in terms of his own work and that of others.

Biography

Jon Dale Phetteplace was born February 4, 1940, in Fullerton, California. He studied cello with Frieda Balmfante before graduating from Fullerton High School in 1958, and after a year in Vienna, Austria (1959-1960), he moved to Siena, Italy, where he took masterclasses at the Accademia Chigiana. He then studied with Mario Bianchi and Pietro Grossi at the Conservatorio Luigi Cherubini in Florence, where, with Grossi, he began to study electronic music and composition. After returning briefly to the United States, Phetteplace moved back to Italy, where in 1965 he again studied cello and electronic music in Florence and worked in the Studio Fiorentino di Fonologica Musicale (S2FM). He also worked with Sylvano Bussotti, creating photographic projections for Bussotti's opera Passion Selon Sade. By 1966, he was active as a performer in Italy, and moved to Rome in 1967, where, until 1968, he was associated with Musica Elettronica Viva (MEV), a group known for performing live electronic music. MEV is also known for not having any fixed set of members, although, according to Phetteplace, the original ensemble was constituted by Allan Bryant, Alvin Curran, Carol Plantamura, Frederic Rzewski, Ivan Vandor, and himself. Phetteplace participated in many of the concerts that MEV gave throughout Europe, and these concerts sometimes featured his music. He also participated in The Contraband, an offshoot of MEV, which also featured a rotating set of members, including Steve Lacy and Richard Teitelbaum, both of whom also collaborated with MEV.

Phetteplace left Italy in 1969, returning to Southern California, where he continued to be active as a composer, although there is a shift in emphasis away from composition after 1972. In the early 1970s, he was active as a cellist in a number of Southern California orchestras and was associated with UCSD as a student and employee, working with the tape archives in the Music Library. From 1972 to 1985, he lived in Harry Partch's former home in Encinitas. He was also active as a photographer, having a one-person show at the Unicorn Gallery in La Jolla in 1973, and producing five books of his own "photo-prints" from 1976-1980.

Phetteplace moved from California to Honolulu, Hawaii, in 1985, and in 1988, he moved to Tucson, Arizona. In Tucson, he returned to photography, printing many of the images that he had taken in Europe in the 1960s.

Scope and Content of Collection

The Jon Phetteplace Papers contain the scores of Phetteplace's musical compositions, in manuscript and printed versions. There are also working materials and materials for the performance of works by others. The former consist of notes and sketches, the latter, of printed scores and annotations. Sometimes, the performances involved composing a score for the performance itself, and these are also included. There is a slight amount of correspondence, which is sometimes, as in the case of John Cage's Rozart Mix, directly related to questions of performance. There are also photographs that document various activities, including photo-projections, and a large number of audiotapes, which document performances of both Phetteplace's work and that of his contemporaries.

The papers document Phetteplace's major activities from 1965 to 1991. From 1968 to 1972, he was very active as a composer and performer of new music-the materials related to these activities have been described above. In addition, there is extensive documentation of his life from 1972 onwards, in the form of daily records, such as journals and notebooks.

The papers are arranged in eight series: 1) CORRESPONDENCE, 2) MUSICAL WORKS BY PHETTEPLACE, 3) MUSICAL WORKS BY OTHERS, 4) PROGRAMS, 5) PHOTOGRAPHS, 6) WRITINGS, 7) MISCELLANEOUS, and 8) AUDIORECORDINGS.

SERIES 1: CORRESPONDENCE

The CORRESPONDENCE series includes Phetteplace's correspondence from 1965 to 1991 and is arranged alphabetically. The amount of correspondence is not extensive, sometimes consisting of only single letters or postcards. This is the case for Larry Austin, Allan Bryant, Peter Garland, Otto Luening, Pauline Oliveros, and Ned Rorem. There are multiple letters, however, from several correspondents, most particularly, Robert Ashley, Sylvano Bussotti, Alvin Curran, C.F. Peters, John Cage, Giuseppe Chiari, and Pietro Grossi. The correspondence with Bussotti, Chiari, and Grossi is in Italian. The correspondence with C.F. Peters and John Cage documents a dispute over tapes of Cage's Imaginary Landscape No.5 and Where Are We Going? And What Are We Doing? that Phetteplace prepared for performance in 1967.

SERIES 2: MUSICAL WORKS BY PHETTEPLACE

The MUSICAL WORKS BY PHETTEPLACE series is arranged in two subseries: A) Musical Compositions, and B) Working Materials.

A) The Musical Compositions subseries consists of scores for individual works. In addition to finished scores, there are sometimes sketches and notes that Phetteplace kept with the scores, which take the form of both drafts of works in progress and instructions on performance.

B) The Working Materials subseries contains drafts of works that remain unfinished, notebooks in which notes for works remain bound with other material, and texts, such as computer routines, which are not clearly defined as works. The notebooks contain details on the planning and execution of performances during the late sixties and early seventies. These notebooks double as a chronicle of performances with MEV and with others. Lastly, there is a significant amount of material for computer music, often consisting of transcriptions of J.S. Bach.

SERIES 3: MUSICAL WORKS BY OTHERS

The MUSICAL WORKS BY OTHERS series consists of scores that Phetteplace performed, most notably the preparations for making the tape of Cage's Imaginary Landscape No.5. Also included are several scores by Giuseppe Chiari and Pietro Grossi, as well as a performance piece by Takehisa Kosugi, which Petteplace performed in the early 1970s.

SERIES 4: PROGRAMS

The PROGRAMS series contains announcements and/or programs for many of the concerts which featured Phetteplace, either as a performer or composer. These range from 1963 to 1988. There are also newspaper articles, in Italian, that document the concerts in Italy, from 1965 to 1969.

SERIES 5: PHOTOGRAPHS

The PHOTOGRAPHS series consists of loose and mounted prints, most of which are of musicians and composers. Also included are family photographs. Otherwise, most of the photographs are by Phetteplace. In June 1990, before giving the papers to UCSD, Phetteplace dictated an inventory, for which he numbered all of the prints, so that he could enumerate them. A transcription of the photography portion of the inventory is found in the Index file. No negatives are included, and there are many images which Petteplace refers to, such as of bristlecone pines, that are not found in the collection. Most of the images are from his time in Italy, and are of composers and performers that he worked with.

SERIES 6: WRITINGS

The WRITINGS series is arranged in two subseries: A) Miscellaneous Writings, and B) Appointment Books, Calendars, and Journals.

A) The Miscellaneous Writings subseries contains an essay, which Phetteplace wrote with Francis J. Busco, a collaborator on some of Phetteplace's computer music compositions, on the notation of computer music. It also includes the translation of an article by Giuseppe Chiari.

B) The Appointment Books, Calendars, and Journals subseries documents, sometimes in great detail, Phetteplace's life, from 1973 to 1989. Earlier journal-type entries were entered in notebooks that were used primarily for his creative work; these are found in the Working Materials subseries of MUSICAL WORKS BY PHETTEPLACE.

SERIES 7: MISCELLANEOUS

The MISCELLANEOUS series includes biographical materials, such as Phetteplace's passport and a photocopy of his birth certificate. A number of curriculum vitae and brief autobiographical writings are collected here. In addition, various subject files and information on the musical instruments that Phetteplace owned are also found in this series.

SERIES 8: AUDIO RECORDINGS

The AUDIO RECORDINGS series documents performances that Phetteplace participated in, as well as performances of Phetteplace's music. Most of the recordings are on reel-to-reel tape, although some were also transferred, by Phetteplace, to cassette tape. There are also examples of concrete music that he recorded in Venice and elsewhere, and recordings of music that Phetteplace made by taping Italian radio. Some works are found only in the AUDIO RECORDINGS series, such as "Symphony" (1957) and "Sound City" (1973). Occasionally, the boxes include notes for performance, or lists of contents, if none are provided on the packaging. The score for "Sound City" is housed with the tape. As noted above, Phetteplace prepared an oral inventory of the collection, and the tapes were subsequently numbered according to the order in which he worked through them. This inventory sometimes provides details that are not always available in the notations on the tapes themselves. A transcript is found in the Index to Audio recordings file.

CORRESPONDENCE

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1 1 A-Z Miscellaneous.
1 2 Andrews, Bruce, 1973.
1 3 Ashley, Robert, 1972.
1 4 Austin, Larry, 1968.
1 5 Bryant, Allan, 1970.
1 6 Bussotti, Sylvano, 1970 and 1990-1991.
1 7 C.F. Peters Corporation, 1965 - 1967.
1 8 Cage, John, 1965 - 1972.
1 9 Chiari, Giuseppe, 1967-1970 and 1991.
1 10 Curran, Alvin, 1969 - 1991.
1 11 Garland, Peter, 1972.
1 12 Grossi, Pietro, 1969 - 1977.
1 13 Johnson, Maxine-Karen, 1986.
1 14 Kosugi, Takehisa, 1978.
1 15 Lacy, Steve, 1978 and 1990.
1 16 Luening, Otto, 1972.
1 17 Lund, Ross, 1970 - 1971.
1 18 Oliveros, Pauline, 1982.
1 19 Partch, Harry, 1972 - 1974.
1 20 Pfeiffer, John F., 1973 - 1991.
1 21 Phetteplace, Dale [Jon Phetteplace's father], 1983 - 1989.
1 22 Rorem, Ned, 1983.
1 23 Schloss, Edith, undated.
1 24 Subotnick, Morton, 1970.
1 25 Teitelbaum, Richard, 1970 - 1971.
1 26 Wakoski, Diane, 1975 and 1989.

MUSICAL WORKS BY PHETTEPLACE

Musical Compositions

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1 27 FB-296-01 Accordo (No. 5) - Includes transparency, Ozalid print, and notes, 1968.
1 28 FB-296-02 Displacements - Includes transparencies, Ozalid prints, photocopy of score, and notes, 1967.
1 29 FB-296-03 ESA/me, for Mauricio Kagel - Includes letter from Kagel, first draft of score, and photocopy and carbon of the letter to Kagel which includes the score, 1967.
1 30 Four-Tape Version of J.S. Bach's Die Kunst Der Fuge - Includes holograph score and photocopies, 1984.
1 31 FB-296-04 Free Lecture - Notes and Sketches. Includes texts by Aldo Braibanti, 1967 - 1970.
1 32 FB-296-05 Free Lecture - Scores. Versions I and II. Includes transparencies, Ozalid prints, and photocopies, 1967 - 1970.
1 33 FB-296-06 Gira-Gira. Includes transparency and Ozalid prints, 1967.
1 34 FB-296-07 Last Blues - Holograph score or sketch, undated.
1 35 FB-296-08 Mimneogram - Transparency, 1968.
1 36 FB-296-09 No. 1 - Includes transparencies, graphs, and Ozalid prints, 1965 and 1972.
1 37 FB-296-10 No. 2 - Includes transparencies, graphs, Ozalid prints, photocopy, and photograph, 1965.
1 38 FB-296-11 No. 3 - Includes holograph score, photocopies, and sketches, 1965.
1 39 FB-296-12 No. 4 - Includes transparency and Ozalid print, 1967.
1 40 FB-296-13 One or Two Instruments or Two or Three Sustaining Instruments with Voice - Holograph score, 1971.
1 41 FB-296-14 Paesaggio Naturale, I and II - Includes transparency, offset master, Ozalid print, and photocopies, 1966 and 1968.
1 42 FB-296-15 Partita con Bach - Transparencies, 1968.
1 43 FB-297-01 Peasant Song - Includes transparencies, Ozalid prints, and photocopies, 1972.
1 44 FB-297-02 Porism - First Porism, undated; Porism: Quartet, 1972; Porism: Quartet Retrograde, 1972.
1 45 Radio City Music-Haul. Includes holograph score and photocopy, 1972.
1 46 Satisfaction - Holograph score, 1971.
1 47 Solo - Holograph score, undated.
1 48 FB-297-03 Three Plus Four - Includes transparency, Ozalid print, and photocopy, 1967.
1 49 FB-297-04 Virulentia - Includes holograph text by Aldo Braibanti, sketches, and notes, 1965 - 1968.
1 50 FB-297-05 Woyzeck - Includes sketches, notes, and typescripts, 1968 - 1969.

Working Materials

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Bach Transcriptions.
1 51 Contrapunctus I.
1 52 Contrapunctus VIII.
2 1 Vor Deinen Thron Tret'ich Hiermet, 1970.
2 2 Wir Glauben All An Einen Gott and Contrapunctus XII, 1970.
2 3 FB-297-06 Cello Transcriptions - Various transcriptions, including works of J.S. Bach and Fritz Kreisler.
2 4 Computer Music.
2 5 Miscellaneous Sketches - Includes drawings by Frederic Rzewski and Giuseppe Chiari.
2 6 Notebook - Includes notes for performance of Tf=0,2/R 1,3 (6), No. 4, Displacements, and No. 3. Also includes notes during travel to Turkey, 1967.
2 7 Notebook, 1967-1969 and 1985.
2 8 Notebook and Journal - Includes a version of "Satisfaction", 1969 - 1985.

MUSICAL WORKS BY OTHERS

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2 9 FB-297-07 Ashley, Robert. In Memoriam; String Quartet; Trios.
2 10 Behrman, David. Wavetrain.
2 11 Bussotti, Sylvano. Rara, 1965 and 1967.
Cage, John.
2 12 FB-297-08 Cartridge Music - Includes published score and Phetteplace's realization in ink and watercolor.
2 13 Imaginary Landscape No. 5.
2 14 Variations II, 1961.
2 15 FB-297-09 Variations IV - Includes published score and transparencies and Ozalid prints of Phetteplace's realization.
2 16 Cardew, Cornelius. The Great Digest - Includes photocopy of score and working materials.
2 17 FB-297-10 Chiari, Giuseppe - Includes Ave Maria Di Schubert; Le Corde; La Folla Solitaria; Lindon Johnson; La Luce; N.6; Per Arco; Pubblico; Teatrino. Consists of scores, translations, and typescripts.
2 18 FB-298-03 Curran, Alvin. Three Illustrated Lectures, 1968.
2 19 FB-298-04 Feldman, Morton. Durations 2 - Annotated score.
2 20 FB-298-05 Grossi, Pietro. Attimi di Homeart; Compositioni N.3, 11, 12; Tre Pezzi - Annotated scores.
3 1 Kosugi, Takehisa. For Mr. M - Holograph score, 1967.
3 2 Orchestral Scores - Traditional music.
3 3 Paredes, Robert. Flowerchordia, 1975.
3 4 Schnebel, Dieter. Aus Auschlage-Ausschlage.
Young, La Monte.
3 5 Death Chant, 1965.
3 6 Trio for Strings, 1958.
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3 7 Clippings about performances.
Programs.
3 8 1959 - 1965.
3 9 FB-298-06 1965 - 1969, Posters.
3 10-13 1966 - 1990.
3 14 Undated.

PHOTOGRAPHS

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3 15 Index.
3 16 FB-298-07 Prints - Nos. 1-7.
3 17-18 Prints - Nos. 8-68.
3 19 FB-298-08 Prints - Nos. 69, 97.
3 20 FB-298-09 Prints - Nos. 70-75.
3 21 FB-298-10 Prints - Nos. 83-87.
3 22 Prints - Nos. 96, 99.

WRITINGS

Miscellaneous Writings

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4 1 Chiari, Giuseppe. "Music and Its Gestures" - Translated by Phetteplace, 1967.
4 2 COMBAC: Report on a Keypunch Method of Encoding Music for Real-Time Programs. With Francis J. Busco, 1972.
Notebooks.
4 3 Answers to Adages, 1979 - 1985.
4 4 Encinitas: Inventories and Stories, 1985.
4 5 Ideas, Poems, and Observations, 1979 - 1985.
4 6 Lessons, ca. 1985 - 1986.
4 7 Program notes.

Appointment Books, Calendars, and Journals

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4 8 1973 - 1974 - Calendar.
4 9-12 1974 - 1976, 1978 - Appointment Books.
4 13 1978 - Training Log.
4 14 1979 - Appointment Book.
4 15 1979-1980 - Calendar.
5 1-3 FB-298-11 1980 - 1982 - Calendars.
5 4-5 1983 - 1984 - Appointment Calendars.
5 6 1984 - 1985 - Training Log.
5 7 1985 - Appointment Book.
5 8 1985 - Appointment Calendar.
5 9-10 1985 - 1987 - Training Logs.
5 11 1987 - Appointment Calendar.
5 12 1987 - 1988 - Calendar.
5 13 1988 - Appointment Calendars.
5 14 FB-298-12 1988 - Calendar.
5 15 FB-298-13 1989 - Calendar.

MISCELLANEOUS

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6 1 Acoustics articles.
6 2 Address books.
6 3 Biographical documents.
6 4 Casals, Pablo - Clippings.
6 5 Curriculum vitae.
6 6 Genealogies of the Phetteplace Famliy.
6 7 Cello Playing - Lessons with Frieda Balmfante.
6 8 Indian music.
6 9 La Jolla Civic/University Orchestra; San Diego Chamber Orchestra.
6 10 Miscellaneous.
6 11 FB-298-14 Miscellaneous, oversize.
6 12 Musical instruments.
6 13 Olympics Torch Relay, 1980.
6 14 Olympics Torch Relay, 1984.
6 15 Photographs of Phetteplace.
6 16 Revox tape recorder.
6 17 Tonality.

AUDIO RECORDINGS

Reel-to-Reel by Phetteplace

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7 1 My Voice and First Recordings: Chopin, Tchaikovsky. 5" reel, 1955.
7 2 Unpredictable Symphony; Musique Verite. 7" reel, 1957.
7 3 No.1, First Position, Electronic Version for Palermo. 7" reel, 1965.
7 4 No.1, First Position. 7" reel, 1965.
7 5 No.1, Positions 1, 2 and 4. 7" reel, 1965.
7 6 Material for Schoenberg TF. 4" reel, 1966.
7 7 Matrix for TF - 0.2, R - 1.3, Six Examples. 4" reel, 1966.
No.1, 3rd Position.
7 8 7" reel, 1966.
7 9 Corrected copy. 7" reel, 1966.
7 10 7" reel, 1966.
7 11 Voice 2; Voice 2 and 3. 7" reel, 1966.
7 12 No.1, 1965 4th and 2nd Positions. 7" reel.
7 13 No.1, Position 2 and 4. 7" reel, 1966.
7 14 Natural Landscape (mono); LBJ (stereo). 5" reel, 1966.
7 15 Paesaggio Naturale. 5" reel, 1966.
7 16 Casper (Gira Gira). 7" reel, 1967.
7 17 No.4. 7" reel, 1967.
7 18 Displacements, Rehearsals and Premiere Performance. 10" reel, 1967.
7 19 No.1, 1965, Position 1; 13' 54" (Work in Progress). 7" reel.
7 20 No.1, 1965, Position 2. 7" reel.
7 21 No.1, 1965, Position 4, 50/60, Corrected Master. 7" reel.
7 22 No.4, 1967; No.3, 3rd Position; No.3, 3rd Positions Modulated by No.4. 7" reel.
7 23 No.1, 1965, Position 4. 7" reel.
7 24 Three Plus Four. 5" reel, 1967.
No.3, 1965: 3 PM - 4 PM.
7 25 Voices C and D. 10" reel.
7 26 Voices A and B. 10" reel.
7 27 Complete A, B, C, D. 10" reel.
7 28 10" reel. Chiara, G.; Lyndon Johnson.
7 29 Musica Verita, with Performance Instructions. 7" reel, 1967.
7 30 Lyndon Johnson. 7" reel. Chiari, G., 1967.
7 31 No.3: 4 - 5 PM: Voices A and B. 10" reel, 1967.
8 1 No.3, 1965. 7" reel.
8 2 No.3: 4 - 5 PM, Voices C and D. 10" reel, 1967.
Paesaggio Naturale.
8 3-4 7" reels [2], 1967.
8 5 4" reel, 1967.
8 6 Church Service. 5" reel, 1967.
8 7 Vocalise "Live." 7" reel, 1967.
8 8 Flush, (Ch 1). 7" reel, 1967.
8 9 Duo: Monteverdi: 6th L. Marenzio. 7" reel. Bussotti, S.: Due Voci, Soprano and Ondes Martenot, 1967.
8 10 3 and 4 modulated 4 and 3; Partita on Bach. 10" reel, 1967.
8 11 Partita con Bach. 7" reel, 1968.
8 12 Paesaggio Naturale. 7" reel, 1968.
8 13 Paesaggio Naturale. 5" reel, 1968.
8 14 Church Music. 7" reel, 1968.
8 15 Partita con Bach. 7" reel, 1968.
8 16 Processions. 7" reel, 1968.
8 17 Accordo, No.5. 7" reel, 1968.
8 18 Suttman Job No.1. 7" reel. Contraband (Steve Lacy, Richard Teitelbaum and Jon Phetteplace), 1968.
8 19 7" reel. Contraband (Steve Lacy, Richard Teitelbaum and Jon Phetteplace), 1968.
8 20 Suttman Job No.2. 7" reel. Contraband (Steve Lacy, Richard Teitelbaum and Jon Phetteplace), 1968.
8 21 Free Lecture. 7" reel, 1968.
8 22 Free Lecture. 7" reel, 1968.
8 23 Play. 7" reel. Contraband (Steve Lacy, Richard Teitelbaum and Jon Phetteplace), 1968.
8 24 Free Lecture, Tape for Parts 2-6. 7" reel, 1968.
8 25 Work In Progress. 7" reel, 1969.
Woyzeck.
8 26 Intervallo and Death Chant. 7" reel, 1969.
8 27 Tour Copy, Tape 1 of 2. 7" reel, 1969.
8 28 Dance Scene, with Steve Lacy. 7" reel, 1969.
8 29 Scene 2, Explicit Rosarium, Loop A, Loop B and Death Chant. 7" reel, 1969.
8 30-31 Safety Copy, Tapes 1 & 2. 7" reel, 1969.
9 1 Tour Copy, Tape 2 of 2. 7" reel, 1969.
9 2 Free Lecture, Player 7. 7" reel, 1969.
9 3 Free Lecture, Player 8. 7" reel, 1969.
9 4 Free Lecture, Premiere. 7" reel. Grossi, P.: Ricerca Tempo; Rapporti; Battimenti, 1969.
9 5 I Wonder What Time It Is. 7" reel. Walker, J., 1969.
9 6 Sound City, Tape 1 (with score). 7.5 ips stereo, 7" reel, 1973.
9 7 Sound City, Tape 2. 7" reel, 1973.
9 8 Paesaggio Naturale. 10" reel. Musica ex Machina: RAI Fonologia 5-7. Bryant, A.: Pitch Out. Krenek, E.: Spiritus Intelligentia Sanctus. Stockhausen, K.: Gesang der Juenglinge. Dallapicola, L.: Interview with Pietro Grossi, 1975.
9 9 Work In Progress III. 4" reel in 7" box, 1984.
9 10 Work In Progress IV, with notes. 7" reel, 1984.
9 11 Cage Concert Intermission. 5" reel, undated.
9 12 Contraband (Steve Lacy, Richard Teitelbaum and Jon Phetteplace). 7" reel, undated.
9 13 Death Chant; Sax for Woyzeck. 5" reel. Bach, J.S.: Suite, Cello, E Major - Prelude; Suite, Cello, D Minor - Minuet, Prelude, Allemande, undated.
9 14 Free Lecture. 7" reel, undated.
9 15 Free Lecture, Player 8. 7" reel, undated.
9 16 Last Blues; Paessagio Naturale. 7" reel, undated.
9 17 No.1, Positions 1 and 2, (Tour Copies). 7" reel, undated.
9 18 No.1, Positions 3 and 4, (Tour Copies), undated.
9 19 No.1, 1965, 1st Position (Stereo). 7" reel. Chiari, G,: Il Cielo e la Terra; Omaggio a Rene Clair. Grossi, P.: Progetti II e III. (mono, undated.
9 20 No.1, Position 2. 5" reel, undated.
9 21 No.1, Position 4. 5" reel, undated.
9 22 No.3, 1965. 7" reel, undated.
9 23 No.3, 1965: 3 - 4 PM. 7" reel, undated.
9 24 Photograms 2: Sounds of Venice, Italy. 5" reel, undated.
9 25 Processions. 5" reel. Feldman, M.: Durations, undated.
9 26 Various Unidentified Pieces. 10" reel, undated.
9 27 Three Plus Four, 3. 7" reel, undated.
9 28 Woyzeck, Excerpts. 7" reel, undated.
9 29 Woyzeck: Intervallo. 7" reel, undated.

Reel-to-Reel By Others

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10 1-2 Battimenti: Tapes 1 & 2. 7" reels.
10 3 Boulez, P.: Structures; Electronic Etude #2. 7" reel. Barraque, J. Concrete Etude. Auder, A.: Jazz E Jazz. Stockhausen, K.: Spiel. Schoenberg, A.: Variations For Orchestra, Op.31.
10 4 Brown, E.: Synergy. 7.5 ips mono, 7" reel. Cage, J.: 26" 1.1499" for a String Player. Chiari, G.: Per Arco. Stockhausen, K.: Plus Minus. Ichiyanagi, T.: Duet II.
Bussotti, S.
10 5 Memoria. 7.5 ips, 7" reel.
10 6 Phrase a Trois. Pour Voix de Femme; Due Voci; Mit Einem Gewissen Sprechenden Ausdruck. 7.5 ips, 7" reel.
10 7 Setti Folgi. Chadabe, J.: Three Ways of Looking At a Square. Brown, E.: Hodograf 1. Feldman, M.: Intersection 2. 7.5 ips 7" reel.
Cage, J.
10 8 45'00" For a Speaker. 7" reel.
10 9 Aria and Solo, Cello, 2 Rehearsals, 1967. 7" reel.
10 10 Cartridge Music; For Second Player. 3" reel.
10 11 Concerto, Prepared Piano and Orchestra. Reich, S: Piano Phase. 7" reel.
Imaginary Landscape #5.
10 12-13 4" reel & 5" reel.
10 14 IA (M1 + M2) - 4" reel.
10 15 IB - 4" reel.
10 16 IM - 5" reel.
10 17 M1,2,3,4,5 - 5" reel.
10 18 M3 - 5" reel.
10 19 M4 - 4" reel.
10 20 M5 (with M4 added) - 4" reel.
10 21 Intermission I. 7" reel.
10 22 Intermission II. 7" reel.
10 23 Intermission Piece, Tape 1. 7" reel.
10 24 String Quartet In Four Parts; 0'00" Solo with Williams Mix. 7" reel.
Where Are We Going? And What Are We Doing?.
10 25 Part 1. 7" reel.
10 26 Part 4. 7" reel.
10 27 German. 7" reel.
10 28 Italian. 7" reel.
10 29 Wo Gehen Wir Hin? Was Tun Wir? - Part 3. 7" reel.
Chiari, G.
10 30 La Folla Solitaria. 7" reel.
10 31 La Folla Solitaria. 7" reel, 1967.
10 32 La Luce. 4" reel in 7" box reel.
10 33 Lyndon Johnson. 7" reel.
10 34 Lyndon Johnson.
11 1 Per Arco. 5" reel.
11 2 Quando il Cinema e Lontano. 7" reel. Omaggio a Rene Clair; Woody; Triste (Ramona); Il Cielo e la Terra.
11 3 Teatrino. 7" reel.
11 4 Club d'ascolto: Gruppo "Musica Elettronica Viva" - Gelmetti, ?: Traumdentung. Curran, A.: La Lista del Giorna. Rzewsky, F.: For 2. Bryant, A.: Pitch Out. Vandor, I.: Project Deux. 7" reel.
11 5 Curran, A.: La Lista del Giorno, Speeded Up a Fragment. 5" reel.
11 6 Eaton, J.: Synket Piece with Voice - Smith, W.O.: Synket Piece with Clarinet, Percussion and Bass. Ketoff, G.: Synket Improvisation. Krenek, E.: Spiritus Sanctus. Stockhausen, K.: Gesang der Junglinge. Hausmann, R.: Lautgedichte (1918). Clementi, A.: Collage No.3, "Dies Irae." Vandor, I.: Project Deux. Also works by Francois, Klauss, Heissig, Guacerro, Gomez and Arrigo. 10" Hub only.
Gelmetti, [?].
11 7 Modulazioni per Michelangelo, 1965 - Nous Irons a Tahiti. 7 " reel.
11 8 Prossimamente (Treni d'onda a modula 2 d'intensita). 7" reel.
11 9 Untitled - Riedl, ?.: Composition #3. Schalf, P.: Utrecht. Grossi, P.: Collage 3. Interviews with Pietro Guaccero and Aldo Clementi. 7" reel.
Grossi, P.
11 10 Algorhythms. 5" reel.
11 11 Arrangements of Works of Bach and Paganini; Composizione 11. 7" reel.
11 12 Calcolatore; Computer Arrangements of Webern and Paganini. 7" reel.
11 13 Computer Music = Transcriptions of Bach, Paganini and Webern; Algorhythms. 7" reel.
11 14-16 OM, Channels 1 - 6. 7" reel.
11 17 OM, Parts 3, 4, 5 and 6. 7" reel.
11 18 OM, Tracks 1 and 2 of 6. 7" reel.
11 19 Progetto 2; Progetto 3; RF 2; RF 1.9. 7" reel.
11 20 Research on the Program Structures; 6 Canons of J.S. Bach. 7" reel.
11 21 RF 1; S2FM: Battimenti a 5. 7" reel.
11 22 S2FM: R1, 7, a 1, 2, e Parte a 3. 7" reel.
11 23 Tetrafono - Verdi, G.: La Traviata, Rehearsals Conducted by Toscanini. 7" reel.
11 24-25 Zulian: Ricerca Tempo. 5" reel & 7" reel.
11 26 Halffter, C.: Lineas y Puntas - Ligeti, G.: Lontano. Kelemen, M.: Composee. Penderecki, K.: Capriccio, Violin and Orchestra. Malecz, I.: Orale. 7" reel.
11 27 Kosugi Concert, Rome 1967 - Kosugi, T.: Monodharma; Tender Music; Bis. 7" reel.
11 28 Ligeti, G.: Apparitions; Atmospheres - Lehmann, ?.: Quanti I. Nilsson, B.: Szene 1. Ionesco, E.: Il Salone Dell'automobile. 7" reel.
7.5 ips mono, 7" reel. Lehmann, ?.: Quanti I. Nilsson, B.: Szene 1. Ionesco, E.: Il Salone Dell'automobile.
11 29 Maderna, B.: Invenzioni Per Una Voce Sola - Berio, L.: Chemins, Harp and Orchestra. 7" reel.
Musica Elettronica Viva (MEV).
11 30 2 Improvisations, 1968. 7" reel.
11 31 Improvisation 5, Tape 1. 7" reel.
11 32 Improvisation 5, Tape 3, 1967. 7" reel.
12 1 Improvisation No.7: Spacecraft. 10" reel.
12 2 Improvisations 8. 7" reel.
12 3-6 London 1, 2, 3 & 4. 7" reels.
12 7 Musica ex Machina: Fonologia 3 and 4 - Ussachevsky, V.: King Lear. Blomdahl, K.: Arianna. Macchi: Anno Domini. Pousseur, H.: Electra, Excerpt. Also Works by Schaeffer, Nono, N.P.S and Zaffari. 10" reel.
12 8 Nilsson, B.: Quantitaeten - Boulez, P.: Pli Selon Pli. Berg, A.: Concerto, Violin. 7" reel.
Pfeiffer, J.
12 9 Office Routine; Toad Tango. 7" reel.
12 10 Electronic Variations on a February 4th Theme - Moment; Experimental Film Sequences (Winter Sports), with Dedication Card. 7" reel.
12 11 Algorhythms - Alpha Modulation; Violin and Reflection; Convolution 62; Rhythm Solo; 2 Formant Preparations; Vocalise on a Spiritual; Office Routine; Toad Tango. 7" reel.
Rapporti.
12 12 1 and 2. 7" reel.
12 13 Channels 3 and 4. 7" reel.
12 14 Channels 5 and 6. 7" reel.
12 15 Raxach, E.: Summer Music - Berio, L.: Syncronie. Wolff, C.: Summer. Schoenberg, A.: Vier Lieder, op.22. Stockhausen, K.: Gruppen. 7" reel.
Rzewski, F.
12 16 Glass Piece; Composition for Two. 7" reel.
12 17 Impersonation, First Performance - with Program. 7" reel.
12 18 Impersonation, First Rehearsal, 1/10/67. 7" reel.
12 19 Impersonation, Rehearsals and First Performance. 7" reel.
12 20 Requiem - Bryant, A.: Masses. Chiari, G.: Fuer Elise. Gelmetti, ?.: Organum Quadruplum. 7" reel.
12 21-22 For 2. 5" reels.
12 23 Schnebel, D.: Amn - Kagel, M.: Tre Pezzi da Sonant, Guitar. Cage, J.: Solo for Voice 1. Bense, M.: Rosenschuttplatz. 7" reel.
12 24 Varese, E.: Deserts - Kagel, M.: Sonant. Rzewsky, F.: Phi. 7" reel.
12 25 Varese, E.: Offrandes - Rzewski, F.: Impersonation, Rehearsal 1. 7" reel.
12 26 Venice. 5" reel.
12 27 Venice 1 and 2. 5" reel.
12 28 Venice 1 and 2. 5" reel.
12 29 Venice 3 and 4. 5" reel.
12 30 Venice 7 and 8 = American Sailor Songs; Gondole 2 AM. 5" reel.
12 31 Venice 9 and 10 = First American Sailor Songs; S. Marco Orchestra. 5" reel.

Cassette Audiorecordings by Phetteplace

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13 1 Accordo Materials - Woyzeck, Rehearsal.
13 2 Campo Santo Stefano - Venice, Italy; Musique Verite 1967.
Hours and Quarters.
13 3-5 1 - 6.
13 6 7 - Penderecki, K.: Sonata, Cello and Orchestra.
13 7 Improvisation 7 - Musique Verite.
13 8 Last Blues.
13 9 Last Blues, 1969; Natural Landscape, 1966; Imaginary Landscape #5, 1966; Church Music, 1967.
13 10 Music for Radios, Tape and Record Player - Unpredictable Symphony; Hypnosis Episode; No.1, 1965, position 1, 2, 3 and 4; Imaginary Landscape #5.
13 11 Natural Landscape - Cage, J.: Aria.
13 12 Paesaggio Naturale.
13 13 Paesaggio Naturale - Kagel, M.: Match. Musica Elletronica Viva: Improvisation 5.
13 14 Sound City, Tape 3, 1973.
13 15 Symphony (1957) - No.1, 1965, positions 1 - 4; Landscape; Free Lecture.
13 16 Vocalise - Breath; Espressivo.
14 1 Vocalise, "Live" - Flush.
Woyzeck.
14 2 Fiera "B" - Grossi, P.: Battimenti.
14 3-4 First Performance, Turin 1969.
14 5 Performance of February 28, 1969.
14 6 Turina Rehearsals.

Cassette Audiorecordings by Others

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14 7 Cage, J.: Where Are We Going? What Are We Doing? (German and Italian) - Tape 1 of 2.
14 8 The Contraband: Doors.
14 9 Musica Elletronica Viva: Improvisation 5.
14 10 Stockhausen, K.: Hymnen, Regions 1 and 2.
14 11 Stockhausen, K.: Hymnen, Regions 3 and 4.
Turkey Notes.
14 12 1 and 2.
14 13 3 and 4.
14 14 5 and 6.
14 15 8 and 9.


Finding aid generated: 2014-01-18