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Morton Subotnick

Morton Subtonic is a pioneer in the development of electronic music and an innovator in works involving instruments and other media, including interactive computer music systems. The work which brought him celebrity was “Silver Apples of the moon,” [1966-7] commissioned by Nonesuch Records, marking the first time an original, large-scale composition had been created specifically for the disc medium – a conscious acknowledgment that the home stereo system constituted a present-day form of chamber music. It has become a modern classic and was recently entered into the National Register of Recorded Works at the Library of Congress. It is one of only 300 recordings throughout the entire history of recorded music chosen for the collection.
He is also an innovator in musical creative tools for young children. He is the author of a series of CD-RoMs for children, a children’s website (www.creatingmusic.com), and is developing a program for classroom and afterschool programs that will soon become available internationally.
He tours extensively throughout the U.S. and Europe as a lecturer and composer/performer.

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