Twentieth century American composer Morton Subotnick (1933-) was a pioneer in electronic composition. He came to fame with the first direct recording of a synthesizer piece to LP with the 1967 work Silver Apples of the Moon. He also produced instrumental and hybrid compositions and developed a web site dedicated to teaching elements of music and composition through interactive games.
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Official site. Includes biography and chronology, instrumental music, media works, recordings, selected program notes, and links.
Evolving environment for online music creation and exploration through interactive games.
Filmography from the Internet Movie Database for the electronic media opera Hungers.
List of completed and pending works with biography and links from Musicalics.
Subotnick, Morton (1933 - Living), United States
Biographical data, recommended CDs, books and sheet music, bibliography, and link to music creation site from Dr. Estrella's Incredibly Abridged Dictionary of Composers.
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