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Merrill Ellis Music Collection, 1960-1981 | Music Library

By Maristella Feustle and Nicholas Kanozik

Collection Overview

Title: Merrill Ellis Music Collection, 1960-1981Add to your cart.
ID: 06/067
Primary Creator: Ellis, Merrill (1916-1981)
Extent: 54.0 Boxes
Subjects: Composition (Music)--20th century., University of North Texas. College of Music
Languages: English

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Scope and Contents of the Materials

The collection consists of 54 boxes of performance materials for all of Ellis' works: tapes, cassettes, slides, films, instructions, masters, etc. Also included are tapes of historical importance such as the John Cage Lecture, the Roy Harris Informal Evening, and a tape of Ellis discussing plans for the construction of the current Music Building.

Biographical Note

Merrill Ellis was born on December 9, 1916 in Cleburne, Texas, just south of Fort Worth.  He began his studies at The University of Oklahoma in 1935, earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 1939, and a Master of Music in 1941, and studied composition privately with Roy Harris, Spencer Norton and Charles Garland. His master’s thesis at OU was entitled An Evaluation of the Oklahoma Federal Music Project. He pursued further graduate studies at the University of Missouri from 1948 to 1951, and continued to study privately with Spencer Norton (1940-1941), Roy Harris (1950-1960) and Darius Milhaud (1957).

Ellis married Willa Naomi Wiggins, who held a BFA in Music Education, and was a private teacher of piano. They had five children, from 1942 to 1953. Ellis taught band and orchestra at Lefors High School, in Lefors, Texas from 1941 to 1943, band and music education at Moberly Junior College in Moberly, Mo. from 1943 to 1946, band, orchestra and choir at Hickman High School in Columbia, Missouri from1946 to 1952, orchestra and music education at Christian College in Columbia, Mo. from 1946-1952, and music theory and history at Joplin Junior College in Joplin, Mo. from 1952-1962.

In 1962, Ellis became the director of the Electronic Music Center at North Texas State University, where he taught composition and music theory. The EMC moved to the new Music Building in January of 1979, and he first concerts in the Intermedia Theater were presented 27-28 March 1979.

Ellis died on July 21, 1981. A concert of Martin Mailman’s Mirrors, commissioned by the Merrill Ellis Foundation, was held in the Center for Experimental Music and Intermedia (CEMI) on 3 and 4 November 1986.  Mailman said of Ellis:  “Merrill was a valued colleague and friend who was a true pioneer in electronic and multimedia music.  His works express, far more eloquently than any words of mine could, his unique contribution to the music of our time. Indeed, his creative vision was a cornerstone in the establishment of CEMI.  It has been a privilege to have an opportunity to celebrate his memory in this environment that he inspired with his work and spirit.”

Merrill Ellis (1916-1981), founder of the electronic music program at North Texas, was born on December 9, 1916 in Cleburne, Texas, just south of Fort Worth.  He began his studies at The University of Oklahoma in 1935, earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 1939, and a Master of Music in 1941, and studied composition privately with Roy Harris, Spencer Norton and Charles Garland. His master’s thesis at OU was entitled An Evaluation of the Oklahoma Federal Music Project. He pursued further graduate studies at the University of Missouri from 1948 to 1951, and continued to study privately with Spencer Norton (1940-1941), Roy Harris (1950-1960) and Darius Milhaud (1957).

Ellis married Willa Naomi Wiggins, who held a BFA in Music Education, and was a private teacher of piano, and they had five children. Before joining the music faculty of what is now the University of North Texas, Ellis taught band and orchestra at Lefors High School, in Lefors, Texas from 1941 to 1943, band and music education at Moberly Junior College in Moberly, Mo. from 1943 to 1946, band, orchestra and choir at Hickman High School in Columbia, Missouri from1946 to 1952, orchestra and music education at Christian College in Columbia, Mo. from 1946-1952, and music theory and history at Joplin Junior College in Joplin, Mo. from 1952-1962.

In 1962, Ellis became the director of the Electronic Music Center at what was then known as North Texas State University, and also taught music composition and theory. He persuaded Robert Moog, inventor of the synthesizer, to design and build another example of the instrument (the second one ever made) for him and his students to use, and the current, extensive computer music and intermedia program at the University of North Texas is an outgrowth of his early foresight.

Ellis died on July 21, 1981. A concert of Martin Mailman’s Mirrors, commissioned by the Merrill Ellis Foundation, was held in the Center for Experimental Music and Intermedia (CEMI) on 3 and 4 November 1986.  Mailman said of Ellis:  “Merrill was a valued colleague and friend who was a true pioneer in electronic and multimedia music.  His works express, far more eloquently than any words of mine could, his unique contribution to the music of our time. Indeed, his creative vision was a cornerstone in the establishment of CEMI.  It has been a privilege to have an opportunity to celebrate his memory in this environment that he inspired with his work and spirit.”

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Administrative Information

Repository: Music Library
Access Restrictions: Access to this collection is provided only by special arrangement. Please contact the Music Library for more information.
Use Restrictions: Reproduction and publication of materials in this collection are subject to the policies of the UNT Music Library. Copyright restrictions may apply.
Physical Access Note: Collection is housed in the UNT Music Library. Advance notice for use is required. Please contact the Music Library for further information.

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Series 4: CD transfers of reel-to-reel tapesAdd to your cart.

The original reels are considerably more complete than the CD transfers. The following CDs were listed as "missing," by number: 1-29, 1-30, 1-31,  1-32, 6-3, 6-4, 6-19, 7-1, 7-14, 8-10, 8-26, 8-34, 8-37, 8-38, 8-39, 8-40, 8-41, 9-1, 9-2, 9-3, 9-4, 9-5, as well as:

9-7 through 9-29; all of 10-x; 11-x after 11-8.

Box 1Add to your cart.
 
Item 1-1: AubadeAdd to your cart.
"There are two versions of Aubade on this. The 2nd one was used for the final mixing -- this is not the master. The master was made from this 2nd version."
Item 1-2: Bridge Game, Toccata for Orchestra at University of Illinois; Einyah for Solo C Trumpet and NTSU band, John Haynie, trumpet, circa 1962Add to your cart.
Note inside lists "Festival Overture" instead of Toccata.
Item 1-3: Celebration - at Baylor University, 1980 March 24Add to your cart.
"2 measures of corrupted tape  (3.4 seconds) has been removed."
Item 1-4: From Ellis Celebration Concert, 1981 JulyAdd to your cart.
1 - Love Is; 2 - Rode. Information written on masking tape affixed to reel.
Item 1-5: Chamber Symphony, 1959 MarchAdd to your cart.
 
Item 1-6: The Choice is OursAdd to your cart.
From Space Piece
Item 1-7: Space Piece. Dub III: "The Choice is Ours"Add to your cart.
 
Item 1-8: Reel No. 2: "short things"Add to your cart.
 
Item 1-9: Death of the Old Man - Robert L[illegible]Add to your cart.
 
Item 1-10: Merrill Ellis: A Dream Fantasy, Missouri Contemporary Music Composers Concert, 1980 May 14Add to your cart.
 
Item 1-11: A Dream Fantasy - NTSU, 1974 October 30Add to your cart.
 
Item 1-12: A Dream Fantasy - "broadcast tape," NTSUAdd to your cart.
Extensive technical information on container.
Item 1-13: In a Drug Store for Baritone Voice and Piano; Happy Christmas by NTSU Madrigal Singers; Duo for Flute and Piano, George Morey and Margaret Grubb, NTSU, undated; undated; 1962 SeptemberAdd to your cart.
 
Item 1-14: Eccehomo, cello & piano, performed by Charles and Martha BakerAdd to your cart.
 
Item 1-15: Eccehomo: Charles Baker, cello; Stefan Bardus, piano, 1969 April 8Add to your cart.
 
Item 1-16: Faculty Composers Concert, 1965 March 24Add to your cart.
Eccehomo 1950; Five Plus One; Nuffun
Item 1-17: Einyah, NTSU Recital Hall, 1961 August 20Add to your cart.
"Written for John and Marilyn Haynie"
Item 1-18: Eternal Can-Can (premiere), NTSU recital hall, 1967 February 22Add to your cart.
 
Item 1-19: Eyes dub for San Antonio TMEA, 1981 February 2Add to your cart.
 
Item 1-20: Eyes - short version for TMEA, 1981 FebruaryAdd to your cart.
"Dubbed Feb 3/81. Program was Feb. 13.
Item 1-21: Short "Eyes" for TMEAAdd to your cart.
Title from reel. Container reads "3 copies of Feedback Fantasy"
Item 1-22: New Dimensions in Music, Shreveport Symphony Orchestra, John Schnaut, conductor, 1970 November 24Add to your cart.
"Part I." Includes Festive Overture, 2nd Sinfonietta, and Centrifusion. See also, Box 2, Item 1--38
Item 1-23: Festive Overture at Oklahoma City Symphony Symposium of Contemporary Music, Early 1960sAdd to your cart.
Guy Fraser Harrison, conductor
Item 1-24: Five Plus One; NuffunAdd to your cart.
 
Item 1-25: George Morey Plays the FluteAdd to your cart.
"All sound sources are from George Morey."
Item 1-26: Electronic Music from North Texas State University #1, Includes George Morey Plays the Flute, Eternal Can Can, and Triolet by ElliAdd to your cart.
 
Item 1-27: Gloria, 1979 February 12Add to your cart.
 
Item 1-28: The Great GiftAdd to your cart.
"Dub of extremely old recordings." Side A: 0 - page 79. Pages 80-84 missing. Side B: page 85 to end.
Item 1-33: Jubilee (Move On Move On), Ellis-CampbellAdd to your cart.
Two versions on tape, second version described as clearer.
Item 1-34: Jubilee (Move On Move On)Add to your cart.
"12"33 version recorded backwards. This seems to be the last dub for performance playback."
Item 1-35: Kaleidoscope, 1970 December 15Add to your cart.
Merrill Ellis, E-II; Joan Wall, mezzo-soprano; the Louisville Orchestra, Jorge Meister, conductor
Item 1-36: Kaleidoscope, NT dub, 1978 December 6Add to your cart.
With Anshel Brusilow and Joan Wall
Item 1-37: Kaleidoscope, SMU Symphony Orchestra, NTSU Composition LaboratoryAdd to your cart.
 
Item 1-38: New Dimensions in Music, Shreveport Symphony Orchestra, John Schnaut, conductor, 1970 November 24Add to your cart.
"Part II." Includes Kaleidoscope, Mutations, and Audience Participation. See also: Box 1, Item 1--22
Item 1-39: Kaleidoscope (for Symphony Orchestra and Moog Synthesizer); Mutations (for brass quintet and prepared tape)Add to your cart.
 
Item 1-40: Kinetic FilmAdd to your cart.
Also spelled "Kenetics"
Item 1-41: Kenetics [sic]Add to your cart.
 
Item 1-42: The King is DeadAdd to your cart.
Poem by Robert Lockwood
Item 1-43: The King is DeadAdd to your cart.
 
Item 1-44: The King is DeadAdd to your cart.
With Pam Neely.
Item 1-45: Joan IAdd to your cart.
 
Item 1-46: Mutations (for brass quintet and prepared tape): performance dub, master; Kaleidoscope (for Symphony Orchestra and Moog Synthesizer), 1974 March 28Add to your cart.
Performed at Palo Duro High School, Amarillo, TX
Item 1-47: MutationsAdd to your cart.
"This is a performance tape, for listening only."
Item 1-48: Mutations - for LP recording, with the Northern Brass Quintet, Kieth [sic] Johnson, trumpet, 1978 February 13Add to your cart.
 
Item 1-49: Electronic Music from North Texas State University #2Add to your cart.
Mutations; Kaleidoscope
Item 1-50: NostalgiaAdd to your cart.
"This is a tape of the 1st performance, Aug. 15. Made by a radio station during performance. For Maestro Jorge Meister only."
Item 1-51: NostalgiaAdd to your cart.
 
Item 1-52: NostalgiaAdd to your cart.
Performed by the Congress of Strings, George Trautwein, conductor. "Performance tape 2."
Item 1-53: NostalgiaAdd to your cart.
"4 chan. Quad performance tape."
Item 1-54: Nuffun: Illinois version; NTSU versionAdd to your cart.
 
Item 1-55: Nuffun: University of Illinois, 1965 May 11Add to your cart.
 
Item 1-56: Nuffun: premiere performanceAdd to your cart.
With Noah Knepper. Reel: "U of [Illinois] (orig.)."
Item 1-57: NuffunAdd to your cart.
"1st recording on this tape is the premiere (conservative) performance. 2nd recording is U of Ill tape, much later, cadenza is too long. Note: This tape is merely to help in getting an idea of Nuffun's possibilities."
Item 1-58: Nuffun: performance tape, NTSUAdd to your cart.
1967 December 12
Item 1-59: Nuffun performance tape IIAdd to your cart.
"Austin."
Item 1-60: Oboe Quintet, 1963 August 1Add to your cart.
 
Item 1-61: Oboe QuintetAdd to your cart.
With the Oklahoma String Quartet in Residence, Oklahoma City University. Program also includes Lukas Foss' Quartet in G (1947), Six Bagatelles, Op. 9, by Anton Webern, and Quartet No. 6 by Bela Bartok.
Item 1-62: PastoralAdd to your cart.
Reel labeled "#21."
Item 1-63: Pastoral - NTSU Concert Band, Clyde Miller, horn soloist, 1965 May 14Add to your cart.
 
Item 1-64: Ellis- [Samuel[ Adler Concert, 1963 January 10Add to your cart.
Includes Pastoral, Einyah, Duo for Flute and Piano, and Classical Combo: An Octet
Item 1-65: Popping Piece; Triolet; Surprise PackAdd to your cart.
First and third selections are live performances. Second is "just for kicks, not serious."
Item 1-66: Popping Piece; T for 2 (Emerson Meyers); Kaleidoscope cadenza, Gymnopedie (Ellis' arrangement)Add to your cart.
"For Chan. 11 program." With Joan Wall.
Item 1-67: Rode - Copy 4Add to your cart.
"Dream of the Rode - Anglo-Saxon story"
Item 1-68: Dream of the Rode, 1974 December 8Add to your cart.
 
Item 1-69: Dream of the RodeAdd to your cart.
 
Item 1-70: 2nd SinfoniettaAdd to your cart.
"Original Tape I."
Item 1-71: Second Sinfonietta - Texas Symposium sightreading sessionAdd to your cart.
 
Item 1-72: "7" - A Numbers Game, 1970 AprilAdd to your cart.
With the NTSU Madrigal Singers. "2 recordings."
Item 1-73: "7" - A Numbers Game; Tie Shuffle Chant, Einyah, Container marked "III."Add to your cart.
 
Item 1-74: "7" - A Numbers Game; General William Booth Enters Info Heaven, at the University of South Dakota Creative Arts Festival`, 1961 May 12-14Add to your cart.
Also on recording: Clarinet Sonata by Pyle
Item 1-75: SorcererAdd to your cart.
Richard Owens, voice. "Use this for playback
Item 1-76: Sorcerer - performance tape, circa 1979Add to your cart.
"This tape dubbed on cassette for 'Opera,' April 1979."
Item 1-77: Sorcerer; Mutations; Audience Participation Piece - last half of concert, Dallas, 1975 February 14Add to your cart.
Fourth selection: "Mad Russel" (sp?).
Item 1-78: Sretnuoche (A Surprise Pack) - EncountersAdd to your cart.
 
Item 1-79: String Quartet recording (copy) - Texas University Symposium QuartetAdd to your cart.
 
Item 1-80: Toccata, at Southwestern Symposium of Contemporary American Music, 1961 MarchAdd to your cart.
"Austin, Texas."
Item 1-81: Toccata for Organ, Rudi Kremer, organist - University Composers Exchange at Washington University Chapel, 1958 November 22Add to your cart.
Program also includes works by Markwood Holmes.
Item 1-82: TrioletAdd to your cart.
Poem by Richard Sale.
Item 1-83: Strophe VII and VIII from Move On, Move On, 1970 May 26Add to your cart.
"Realized at NTSU Electronic Music Center for Dr. Donald Jensen."
Item 1-84: The Choice is Ours, 1980 March 24Add to your cart.
Container: East Texas State University (Now Texas A&M at Commerce). Program notes from NTSU inside.
Item 1-85: The Choice is OursAdd to your cart.
Container information differs from reel.
Item 2-1: CelebrationAdd to your cart.
NTSU. Side A: performance. Side B: "prepared" tape.
Physical Description: Cassette tape.
Item 2-2: CelebrationAdd to your cart.
Side A: "Sound only." Side B: "Laser sigs only"; "sound - normal speed"
Physical Description: Cassette tape.
Item 2-3: Dream FantasyAdd to your cart.
Side A: Prepared tape  - normal speed. Side B: Prepared tape, faster, higher speed
Physical Description: Cassette tape.
Item 2-4: Eyes / Popping Piece, 1980 November 4; 1980 November 17-18Add to your cart.
Side A: Eyes, "good tape for performance. Side B: Popping Piece, beginning, laser deflection
Physical Description: Cassette tape.
Item 2-5: Gloria / "Elec. Per. Rhy. Acc."Add to your cart.
Side A: Gloria: a 4:20 mix. Side B: Elec. Per. Rhy. Acc.: "use with lasers."
Physical Description: Cassette tape.
Item 2-6: Gloria IIAdd to your cart.
Schematics for sound settings drawn on cassette insert.
Physical Description: Cassette tape.
Item 2-7: Gloria; Percussive Persuasion; The Choice is OursAdd to your cart.
Information only for Side A.
Physical Description: Cassette tape.
Item 2-8: Gloria II; Satie; The Choice is Ours, 1980 January 2Add to your cart.
Mixer settings drawn on cassette insert.
Physical Description: Cassette tape.
Item 2-9: KaleidoscopeAdd to your cart.
Side A: "Mel. Events." Side B: "Tape I."
Physical Description: Cassette tape.
Item 2-11: Program IV; Percussive Persuasion, Satie, 1979 March; 1980Add to your cart.
Side A: Program IV. Side B: Percussive Persuasion, January 13, 1980; Short version to play within Dallas May 1980; Satie also, key OK
Physical Description: Cassette tape.
Item 2-13: Dr. Don Wilson, lecture on the use of computers in music, NTSU Electronics Center, 1976 July 16Add to your cart.
 
Physical Description: Cassette tape.
Item 2-14: Dr. Don Wilson, lecture on the use of computers in music, NTSU Electronics Center, 1976 July 16Add to your cart.
 
Physical Description: Cassette tape.
Item 4-1: John Cage lectureAdd to your cart.
"Dub of Hallovans New York tape"
Item 4-2: Roy Harris, informal evening, 1967 August 8Add to your cart.
Rocky Ridge Composers Symposium, Estes Park, CO.
Item 4-3: "Regular lecture tape"Add to your cart.
 
Item 4-4: Ellis Lecture Tape IAdd to your cart.
North Texas State University Electronic Music Center
Item 4-5: Ellis Lecture Tape IAdd to your cart.
 
Item 4-6: Ellis Lecture TapeAdd to your cart.
North Texas State University Electronic Music Center
Item 4-7: Concrete Lecture TapeAdd to your cart.
 
Item 4-8: Ellis Lecture, 1966 June 26Add to your cart.
Reel I.
Item 4-9: Ellis Lecture, 1966 June 26Add to your cart.
Reel II.
Item 4-10: Elec. Talk Examples I with PruittAdd to your cart.
Reel labeled "II." Contents listed on sheet in container.
Item 4-11: Ellis Interview, 1978 October 11Add to your cart.
 
Item 4-12: Ellis talk about new buildingAdd to your cart.
 
Item 4-13: Interview in Dr. Ellis' officeAdd to your cart.
Part I.
Physical Description: 5-inch reel.
Item 4-14: Interview in Dr. Ellis' officeAdd to your cart.
Part II.
Physical Description: 5-inch reel.
Item 4-15: Notation Lecture TapeAdd to your cart.
 
Item 6-1: Word AnthemsAdd to your cart.
Lyrics included in container. "Master dub. Two takes." B-version, preferred, is first on tape. "Sent to Nashville on Sept. 28."
Item 6-2: Baylor; Celebration, 1980 March 1; 1980 March 2Add to your cart.
 
Item 6-5: "Baylor piece dub" -- CelebrationAdd to your cart.
 
Box 2Add to your cart.
 
Item 6-6: CentrifusionAdd to your cart.
"Elec. 'cue' tape only."
Item 6-7: Centrifusion, 1981Add to your cart.
Prepared tape. "New"; "final version."
Item 6-8: Space Piece - "The Choice is Ours"Add to your cart.
 
Item 6-9: A Dream FantasyAdd to your cart.
"TEAC 4-Channel Master"
Item 6-10: A Dream FantasyAdd to your cart.
"Final final Sony 4 Chan. Master.
Item 6-11: Kaleidoscope - masterAdd to your cart.
 
Item 6-12: Kaleidoscope - master, 1967 September 25Add to your cart.
 
Item 6-13: Mutations - masterAdd to your cart.
"Copy 5."
Item 6-14: Nostalgia - prepared tape, masterAdd to your cart.
"3rd copy."
Item 6-15: Rode - masterAdd to your cart.
"Make all dubs from this tape."
Item 6-16: Sorcerer - prepared tape, master IAdd to your cart.
"Don't Use."
Item 6-17: Sorcerer - masterAdd to your cart.
 
Item 6-18: Sorcerer - master IIIAdd to your cart.
"Use this for dubs."
Item 6-20: "Joan Wall" / "Kaleidoscope?"Add to your cart.
 
Item 6-21: Dream Fantasy - copy I, 1975Add to your cart.
 
Item 6-22: The Choice is Ours - laser tape (master)Add to your cart.
"Tape of laser control signals - no music."
Item 7-2: Aubade - master tapeAdd to your cart.
"Use this for dubs."
Item 7-3: Space Piece, 1977 August 21Add to your cart.
 
Item 7-4: A Dream Fantasy - performance masterAdd to your cart.
"Waco, TX."
Item 7-5: The Eternal Can-Can - master dubAdd to your cart.
 
Item 7-6: The Eternal Can-CanAdd to your cart.
Container: "Love Is"
Item 7-7: Mutations - performance at NTSU - master, 1969 January 7Add to your cart.
 
Item 7-8: Mutations - performance at NTSU - master, 1969 January 7Add to your cart.
 
Item 7-9: MutationsAdd to your cart.
"Master tape - brass quintet"
Item 7-10: Nostalgia - performance masterAdd to your cart.
 
Item 7-11: Nostalgia, 1974 August 15Add to your cart.
Congress of Strings
Item 7-12: Nostalgia - NTSU Symphony Orchestra, Anshel Brusilow, conductor, 1976 January 28Add to your cart.
 
Item 7-13: Nuffun - master copy, 1967 December 12Add to your cart.
 
Item 7-15: Popping PieceAdd to your cart.
 
Item 7-16: Sandals - 2nd masterAdd to your cart.
 
Item 7-17: Sorcerer - masterAdd to your cart.
 
Item 7-18: Triolet - masterAdd to your cart.
Information on container differs from reel.
Item 7-19: Triolet - masterAdd to your cart.
 
Item 7-20: Kinetics Film Dub No. 2Add to your cart.
Final dub; master. Side of container: "Ereuthophobia."
Item 7-21: Jazz Piece - Harry Bass - masterAdd to your cart.
 
Item 8-2: Centrifusion - dub, electronic soundtrackAdd to your cart.
 
Item 8-3: CentrifusionAdd to your cart.
"B-III," prepared tape.
Item 8-4: Space Piece Dub II - The Choice is OursAdd to your cart.
 
Item 8-5: A Dream Fantasy - Copy IVAdd to your cart.
 
Item 8-6: A Dream Fantasy - Copy VAdd to your cart.
Information on container differs from reel.
Item 8-7: A Dream Fantasy - Copy VIAdd to your cart.
Original case may have been what is now on previous item.
Item 8-8: A Dream Fantasy - Copy IVAdd to your cart.
 
Item 8-9: EyesAdd to your cart.
Reel: "Dream Fantasy - Copy 1." Paper in container also refers to "Eyes."
Item 8-13: KaleidoscopeAdd to your cart.
 
Item 8-14: KaleidoscopeAdd to your cart.
 
Item 8-15: KaleidoscopeAdd to your cart.
 
Item 8-16: Kaleidoscope - tape IIAdd to your cart.
"New prepared tape."
Item 8-17: Kaleidoscope, circa 1978Add to your cart.
"Old and new version (done Nov. 25, 1978) for performance."
Item 8-18: Mutations, 1979 September 11Add to your cart.
For NTSU Fall 1979 performance.
Item 8-19: Mutations - prepared tape, 1979 October 16Add to your cart.
 
Item 8-20: Mutations - prepared tape, 1969 JanuaryAdd to your cart.
"Made dub Sept. 11/79 from this."
Item 8-21: MutationsAdd to your cart.
 
Item 8-22: Mutations  - prepared tapeAdd to your cart.
Information on container differs from reel, which refers to Nostalgia.
Item 8-23: Nostalgia - masterAdd to your cart.
Reel: "New duo."
Item 8-24: Nostalgia - prepared tape, completeAdd to your cart.
 
Item 8-25: Nostalgia - copy IIIAdd to your cart.
 
Item 8-27: RodeAdd to your cart.
"Abilene."
Item 8-28: The SorcererAdd to your cart.
"Revox dub for performance."
Item 8-29: Celebration - at Baylor UniversityAdd to your cart.
Container refers to "Sorcerer," "for Joan Wall and Richard Owens."
Item 8-30: The Sorcerer - copy IIAdd to your cart.
"Use for performance - this should be the best tape."
Item 8-31: The Sorcerer - prepared tapeAdd to your cart.
 
Item 8-32: The Sorcerer - "dub II"Add to your cart.
 
Item 9-6: Duo for Flute and Piano; Toccata for Organ, 1975 January 23Add to your cart.
 
Physical Description: 5-inch reel.
Item 10-1: The Queen is Dead; Gloria II, 1982 March 2Add to your cart.
Cameron University. Note in container: "This tape of Queen is losing its oxide and is unplayable. Gloria II has been removed to another reel."
Physical Description: 10-inch reel.
Item 11-1: David Anderson - MudrussellAdd to your cart.
 
Item 11-2: Prologue - performance copy, 1971 June 16Add to your cart.
"Dubbed June 16, 1971."
Item 11-3: Prologue (new version); Move On; ARE (new version); Diachronic; Mixed Media I; Things Making It.Add to your cart.
Also labeled: "Baylor Univ. night concert tape."
Item 11-4: I Dream - Bunny Hodges, vocal, Doug Balentine, guitarAdd to your cart.
 
Item 11-5: Electronic works - Will Gay Bottje, 1965-1967Add to your cart.
"Produced in Southern Illinois University studio."
Item 11-6: California Computer Conference, 1980 SpringAdd to your cart.
"Recorded [to reel?] July 18/80"
Item 11-7: Smoking ControlAdd to your cart.
 
Item 11-8: Documentary by Stanford Evans - Sound Environment One; Sound Environment TwoAdd to your cart.
 

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