Jacqueline Humbert, David Rosenboom: Daytime Viewing (1979-1980)

Vinyl | 50,00 

Media Condition: Mint (M)

Sleeve Condition: Mint (M)

Label: Unseen Worlds

Released: 2023

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New copy. Pickup possible at Digelius Music in Helsinki (by selecting the "local pickup" shipping option).

All the music was realized with Touchè, computer-assisted keyboard instrument from Buchla & Associates – (designed collaboratively by Donald Buchla and David Rosenboom) – and Dr. Rhythm electronic percussion.

Extra parts were as follow:
William Winant – temple blocks and roto toms on bareback and clavés and maracas on domestic violence.
David Rosenboom – Syrian dumbek on distant space, electronic percussion synthesized with an ARP-2500 synthesizer on talk 1, Ghanian gankoguis on talk 2, voice processing with Electro Harmonix Memory Man and Lexicon Super Prime Time delay units, Delta Lab Harmonicomputer, Eventide Harmonizer, and Buchla 200 Electronic Music Modules.
Daniel Aaron Rosenboom – baby cries on domestic violence.
All – hand clapping on “wishes”.

This project was originally recorded in 1982 in analog form at the Center for Contemporary Music Recordind Studio at Mills College, Oakland, CA. It was re-mastered for digital release in 2021 by Stephan Mathieu.

The recording was based on the original performance-art version of Daytime Viewing, which included music, text, theater, projections, fashion/costume designs, and video, created in 1979-80 and performed at the Music Gallery, Toronto; 80 Langton St., San Francisco; Kunsthalle, Basel; Festival International de Musique Electronique, Video et Computer art, Brussels; and Macy’s San Francisco as part of the J. Jasmine Review on the New Music America Festival 1981.

Copyright Ⓒ Jacqueline Humbert and David Rosenboom 2023, all rights reserved. Released under exclusive license to Unseen Worlds Records.

Weight 460 g





Mint (M)