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Early Works 1967-82
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CD

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EM 1064CD EM 1064CD
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RELEASE DATE
6/4/2007

2012 repress. EM's original selection of Annea Lockwood's early works, which had once featured in Source: Music of the Avant Garde, a now-legendary magazine for new and experimental music from 1967-1973. This CD includes the album Glass World (originally issued on Tangent Records in England, 1970), and trippy, ritual shamanic tape piece "Tiger Balm" (1970). Also her most notable works, series performances "Piano Transplants (1967-1982)" is now re-realized in one single special booklet, containing "Piano Burning," "Piano Garden," etc. Annea Lockwood was born in Christchurch, New Zealand in 1939 and lived in London and Cologne from 1961-1972, studying at the Royal College of Music and the Musikhochschule, Köln, and also freelanced as a composer-performer. Since 1973, she has lived in Peekskill, New York, and taught on the faculty of music at Vassar College, New York from 1982-2001. Her music has been presented in North America, Britain, France, Germany, Austria, The Netherlands, Scandinavia, Italy, Belgium, Mexico, Australia and New Zealand.