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November 11, 2011

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zigzagwanderer

Fascinating article & fascinating music .
Thank you .

jim

great!

except that: it wasn't the first of its kind. the first public concert of happened more than 2-and-a-half years earlier in France.

Narine Atamian

Hey Jim -- while the concert was the first tape concert in the U.S. (not the world), I had mentioned it being unique in the world because of the compositions included, the format, etc. I know there were a few earlier forays in France and Germany, though wasn't sure about when the first big concert was. Thanks for pointing that out!

Garcon

Otto Luening, Side B - "Lyric Scene, For Flute & Strings" and "Legend, For Oboe and Strings" is not there.

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