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Hugh Le Caine - Compositions - Démonstrations 1946 - 1974 flac album

Hugh Le Caine - Compositions - Démonstrations 1946 - 1974 flac album
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Compositions - Démonstrations 1946 - 1974
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1 - 1955 2 - 1956 3 - 1957 4 - 1957 5 - 1958 6 - 1958 7 - 1959 8 - 1962 9 - 1963 10 - 1967 11 - 1964 12 - 1970 13 - 1971-72 14 - 1956 15 - 1956 16 - 1958 17 - 1963 18 - 1946 19 - 1946 20 - 1953 21 - 1953 22 - 1953 23 - 1953 24 - 1955 25 - 1956 26 - 1957 27 - 1954 28 - 1955 29 - 1955 30 - 1955 31 - 1955.

Compositions Demonstrations 1946-1974. Hugh Le Caine, a composer who studied music, particularly piano, and dreamed of applying scientific techniques to the invention of musical instruments. As early as 1937 Le Caine had designed an electronic free reed organ, and in 1945 he began to develop electronic instruments at his home studio in his spare time. Compositions Demonstrations 1946-1974.

21 Sugar Blues (C. McCoy). 22 Sackbut String Quartet (. Gluck, Arr. Le Caine). 23 The Sackbut Blues. 24 Coded Music Apparatus Patterns On The Pitch Graph (Automated Sackbut).

Hugh Le Caine (May 27, 1914 – July 3, 1977) was a Canadian physicist, composer, and instrument builder. Le Caine was brought up in Port Arthur (now Thunder Bay) in northwestern Ontario. At a young age, he began making musical instruments. In youth, he started imagining "beautiful sounds". He attended high school in Port Arthur at Port Arthur Collegiate Institute (.

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