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Seminario Teorico-Practico Sobre Montaje Audiovisual
[Buenos Aires:] Instituto Torcuto di Tella 1970 - Six packets of stapled quarto sheets, mimeograph. Spanish text, with technical illustrations. Appears to be course-work from seminar led by avant-garde electronic composer César Bolaños along with electrical engineer Fernando von Reichenbach, held at the Torcuato di Tella Institute of Buenos Aires. The Peruvian born Bolaños had studied experimental music at the Manhattan School of Music in New York and the RCA Institute of Technology. When Bolaños returned to South America, he designed and constructed an electronic music laboratory where von Reichenbach would invent a graphic analog converter capable of synthesizing sounds using a video camera. The Torcuato di Tella Institute played an important role in Argentinean political history; the happenings, performances and music were deemed dangerous after the 1966 coupe and would be closed completely for much of the 1970s. This packet represents an important primary text from an area of highly experimental electronic music underrepresented institutionally; OCLC locates no copies. Slight edgewear to first cover page, overall near fine in stapled packets.
      [Bookseller: Harper's Books, ABAA]
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