Annea Lockwood studied in Europe in the '60s and teaches electronic music and composition at Vassar College. She is trained in classical piano. She spent her childhood hiking and climbing the in rugged the New Zealand wilderness and later based much of her work on recording and processing natural sounds. Her works include sound sculptures, environmental installations, and mixed media; Glass Concert (1966) for two performers and environment ofRead more glass objects; various events with burned, drowned pianos in the '70s; pieces about natural decay; World Rhythms (1975); live mix of sounds transmitted by earthquake, fire, quasar, volcano, mud pool, tides, and birds to which a beaten gong responds; Nautilus for didgeridoo, conch, and percussion; and Night and Fog (1987). Read less
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