Modulations: Cinema For the Ear
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Modulations: Cinema For the Ear
Modulations
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Produced byGeorge Gund III
CinematographyMarcus Burnett, Paul Yates
Edited byPaula Heredia[1]
Music byKarlheinz Stockhausen

Modulations: Cinema for the Ear is 1998 documentary film on the history of electronic music, consisting of a documentary film, accompanied by a soundtrack album, and a 2000 book Modulations A History of Electronic Music by Peter Shapiro. The project was directed by Iara Lee, the maker of the documentary film Synthetic Pleasures.[2][3][4][5][6][7][8]

Modulations, Cinema for the Ear (1998)

Soundtrack

Modulations: Cinema for the Ear
Soundtrack album
ReleasedOctober 6, 1998
GenreElectronic music
Length75 min
LabelCaipirinha Productions
CompilerCaipirinha Productions
  1. "I Feel Love" - Donna Summer
  2. "Planet Rock" - Afrika Bambaataa & Soulsonic Force
  3. "No UFO's" (remix) - Model 500
  4. "Simon from Sydney" - LFO
  5. "Strings of Life" - Rhythm Is Rhythm
  6. "Yeah" - Jesse Saunders
  7. "Amazon 2-King of the Beats" - Aphrodite
  8. "Stormbringer" - Panacea
  9. "The Shadow" - Rob & Goldie
  10. "Luxus 1-3" - Ryoji Ikeda
  11. "Atomic 2000" - Coldcut
  12. "Kritische Masse 1" - To Rococo Rot

References

  1. ^ IMDB. "Modulations (1998) Full Cast & Crew". Retrieved 2014.
  2. ^ SPIN - nov. 1998 "soundtrack to the motion picture cinema for the ear ..available on caipirinha music in stores October 98
  3. ^ Jonathan Sterne The Sound Studies Reader 2012 -113576235X - Page 486 Modulations: Cinema for the Ear. USA: Caipirinha Productions. DVD, 74 min.
  4. ^ Pink Noises: Women on Electronic Music and Sound Tara Rodgers - 2010 -=0822394154 "Electronic music historiography continues to follow this pattern. Modulations: Cinema for the Ear, a feature-length documentary about the evolution of electronic music in the twentieth century, was released in 1998 and screened internationally."
  5. ^ The Motion Picture Guide: 1999 Annual (The Films of 1998) Edmond Grant - 1999 0933997434 - Page 712 MODULATIONS: CINEMA FOR THE EAR
  6. ^ The Wire 1998 - Volumes Page 13 MODULATION Cinema For The Ear o Modulations is the new, trailblazing ...
  7. ^ Cinemaya 1997 Page 162 Modulations - Cinema for the Ear (Iara Lee, director of the acclaimed Synthetic Pleasures), ..."
  8. ^ Sounding art: eight literary excursions through electronic Katharine Norman - 2004 . 0754604268 Page 32 "The phrase 'Cinema for the Ear' regularly crops up as a title for electronic music concerts and appears to cover several ... As the tagline for Modulations, a documentary on techno and its roots, it provided - along with nods to Pierre Henry and ..."

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