Herbert Brün: Bibilography

1. Das Schaffen Gustav Mahlers (eight lectures), Sonderdruck des
Bayerischen Rundfunks, Munich, Germany (1960).

2. Synthetischer Klang und Klangsynthese (eight lectures),
Sonderdruck des Bayerischen Rundfunks, Munich, Germany (1961).

3. Musik und Information (eight lectures), Sonderdruck des
Bayerischen Rundfunk, Munich, Germany (1961).

4. Against Plausibility, Perspectives of New Music, Annandale-on-
Hudson, New York, vol.2, no.1, pp.43-50 (1963).

5. Existieren als Komponist, forum, Vienna, Austria, Heft 130, pp.499-

6. Betrachtungen eines Betelligten, forum, Vienna, Austria, Heft 144,
pp.595-599 (1965).

7. Substitute or Analogy?, Nudita Musk, Stockholm,
Sweden; no.7, pp.27-31(1965-66).

8. Mit verdorrten Zungen, Sprache und Musik, Studio für Neue Musik,
Hessischer Rundfunk, Frankfurt, Germany, part IV (1966).

9. Research on the conditions under which a system of digital and analog
computers would assist a composer in creating music of contemporary
relevance and significance, Proceedings of First Meeting of the
American Societv of University Composers, Princeton University,
pp.30-37 (1966).

10. Chaos and Organization, Institute of Contemporary Arts Bulletin,
London, England; no.166, pp.8-11(1967).

11. Muzyka i informacja, Res Facta Ill, Polski Wydawn ictwo Muzyczne,
Krakow, Poland, pp.172-191(1969).

12. Infraudibles, Music by Computers, Heinz von Foerster and James
Beauchamp (eds.), John Wiley & Sons, Inc. New York; pp.117-

13. Mit verdorrten Zungen, Musik auf der Flucht vor sich selbst, Ulrich
Dibelius (ed.), Hanser Verlag, Munich, Germany; pp.45-54 (1969).

14. From Musical Ideas to Computers and Back, The Computer and Music,
Harry B. Lincoln (ed.), Cornell University Press; pp.23-36 (1970).

15. Über Musik und zum Computer (including a record and twenty
computer graphics by the author), G. Braun Verlag, Karlsruhe,
Germany; 129 pages (1971).

16. Technology and the Composer; La Revue Musicale - UNESCO
meeting: Music and Technology (special edition of papers presented
in Stockholm, Sweden, June 1970), Paris; pp.181-192 (1971)

17. Technology and the Composer (expanded version), lnterpersonal
Relational Networks, Heinz von Foerster (ed.), CIDOC Cuarderno
no.1014, Centro Intracultural de Documentation, Cuernavaca, Mexico;
pp.1-25 (1971).

18. Mutatis Mutandis, Neue Musik (special edition for the Olympic
Games), Munich, Germany; pp.7-11(1972).
19. Probleme der Verständigung, HiFi Stereophonie, Verlag G. Braun,
Karlsruhe, Germany; pp.587-590 (1973).

20. ... to hold discourse, at least with a computer..., Guildhall School of
Music and Drama Review, London, England; pp.16-21(1973).

Mutatis Mutandis,Munus-West, Mercer Island, Washington; no.4, pp.31-34(1973).

Mutatis Mutandis: Compositions pour interprètes, Les Cahiers Sesa, Paris,

France; no.5, pp.22-23 (1973).

Music, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York; vol.12, nos. 1-2, pp.29-39 (1973-1974).

24. Geste unter Zwang, Herausforderung Schonberg: Was die Musik des
Jahrhunderts veränderte, Ulrich Dibelius (ed.), Hanser Verlag, Munich,
Germany; pp.137-150 (1974).

25. Competition vs. Co-operation: Graphic Analogues, Cybernetics of
University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois; pp.382-385 (1974).

26. A Portrait of Herbert Brün, interview by Stuart Smith, Perspectives of New
Music, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York; vol.17, no.2, pp.56-75 (1979).

27. To One Of Those Who Do Indeed Leave Traces, Perspectives of New Music,
Annandale-on-Hudson; vol.18, nos. 1-2, pp. 107-131 (1979-1980).

28. My words but where I want them, Allos, Kenneth Gaburo (ed.), Lingua
La Jolla, California; pp.203-213 (1980).

29. Geste unter Zwang, Philharmonischer Almanach II, Berliner
Orchester (ed.), Berlin, Germany (1983).

30. An interview with Herbert Brün, interview by Thomas Siwe, Percussive
Research Edition, vol.22, no.3, pp.1-12 (1984).

31. Guest Editorial, Keyboard Magazine, Cupertino, California; vol.11, no.12,

32. The Premise Is That There Be Music, Proceedings of the International
Computer Music Conference 1985, Vancouver, Canada; pp.1-4(1985).

33. Interview with Herbert Brün, interview by Peter Hamlin, Composers and the
Computer, Curtis Roads (ed.), William Kauffman, Inc., Los Altos, California;
pp.1-15 (1985).

34. Technology and the Composer, Digitalk: The News Publication for Digital
and Music, Vancouver, Canada, p.8 (1985).

35. to hold discourse at least with a computer, Cybernetic, George Mason
Fairfax, Virginia; vol.1, no. 1, pp.42-46 (1985).

36. My words and where I want them, Princelet Editions, London and Zurich

37. From musical ideas to computers and back, Journal SEAMUS, vol.2, no.2,
18-28 (1987).

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