.Im intrigued how most piece that I have listen to start with long single note drones out of the left channel and the right comes in a fair bit later. Curious and at first annoying in a way or better put attention demanding.
Julio, I think some of her pieces may have been intended for multi-channel playback or for at least speaker playback. I prefer headphones, too, for the detail, though I'm probably missing some of the effect of having the sound bounce around in my space.
Another album you might like from an early 70s EM pioneer is David Behrman's On The Other Ocean. He uses algorithmic software to interact with live musicians (oboe, cello). Some of it is very beautiful:
Yes she talks about quadraphonic setup in the interview, makes sense now.
Thats a beautiful piece Forrest......thanks, I will look into Behrman,s music.