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Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center [CPEMC]locked

  • Marc Battier


The Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center was the most important electronic music studio in the United States for several decades after its founding in 1959. Its roots can be traced to the work of composers Otto Luening and Vladimir Ussachevsky at Columbia University. In 1955 they traveled to Europe on a Rockefeller Foundation Grant to meet like-minded composers who had set up studios in Europe. After seeing the ...

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