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    • Tom Dissevelt – Syncopation
    • Tom Dissevelt – Vibration
    • Tom Dissevelt – Whirling
    • 1. Daphne Oram – 1. - 3. Melodic Group Shapes
    • 2. Daphne Oram – 4. - 7. Three Single Sounds Taken In Canon
    • 3. Daphne Oram – 8. Rhythmic Variations 1
    • 4. Daphne Oram – 9. Rhythmic Variations 2
    • 5. Daphne Oram – 10. - 18. Ascending And Descending Sequences Of Varying Nature
    • 6. Tom Dissevelt – Syncopation
    • 7. Tom Dissevelt – Vibration
    • 8. Tom Dissevelt – Whirling
    • 9. Tom Dissevelt – Drifting

    The first ever Trunk 10" is a beauty, rare recordings from two electronic pioneers Daphne Oram and Tom Dissevelt!

    The A-side delivers, "Electronic Sound Patternsthe rare Listen Move And Dance EP made by Daphne Oram in 1962. It was her first ever record (some say it's the first ever electronic "dance" record) and is all the electronic sounds and music she made for schoolchildren to dance and improvise along to. The B-side comes courtesy of Dutch muti-instrumentalist tom Dissevelt - a spooky, groovy mix of quirky electronic musique concrete sounds.  Recommended.  

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