Rolf Langebartels
Internetproject Soundbag


 
SOUNDBAG - Overview
 1: Music and Brain
 2: Animated Loudspeaker
 3: Richard Lerman, Contact Microphones
 4: Gunnar Fant, Speech Synthesizer
 5: Graffitti, FunScroll
 6: David Tudor, Rainforest IV
 7: Rolf Langebartels, Stop-watch
 8: Harri Ansorge, No Titel
 9: Joe Jones, The Music Store
10: Jean de La Fontaine, La Cigale et la Fourmi
11: Giorgio Battistelli, La Sega musicale
12: Christine Hoffmann, Gray Wolf
13: Klaus Ebbeke, The Power of the Machines
14: Out of Control
15: Rolf Langebartels, Sculptures Falling
16: Takehisa Kosugi, Berlin Events
17: Jacques Attali, Noise, Economy of Music
18: The Digedags on the Mississippi
19: Athanasius Kircher, Musurgia Universalis
20: Edgard Varèse, Poème électronique
21: Tom Johnson, The Voice of New Music
22: Wired
23: Out of Control
24: Ted Apel, Tilt Switch Speaker
25: First Sony Walkman TPS-L2
26: Radio Hat, 1949
27: Love Parade Berlin 1999
28: Pauline Oliveros, Sonic Tonic, Rimini
29: Margaret Leng Tan, Toy Piano Diva
30: John Cage, Cpmposition in Retrospect
31: Man Ray, Violon d'Ingres
32: Alain Fleischer, Telephones
33: Erik Satie, La Diva de L'Empire
34: La Monte Young, Composition 1960 # 5
35: Spiridon Schischigin, Ivan Alexejev with Chomus
36: Sound Mill Klapotetz, Steiermark, Austria
37: Udo Idelberger, Soundpiece with Cricket
38: Encyclopedia of Birds in Central Europe
39: John Cage and Frank Zappa
40: Bats
41: Nam June Paik, Violon with String
42: Luigi Russolo, Intonarumori
43: Lou Reed, Metal Machine Music
44: Firemen and Sound
45: Henrik Neugeboren, Bach-Monument
46: Rolf Julius, Afrikanisches Klavierkonzert No.2
47: Gilles Deleuze, Non-Pulsed Time
48: Siracusa, The Ear of Dionysios
49: Whale Song
50: Vitruvius, Water Organ
51: Erik Satie, Gnossiennes No. 2
52: Singing in Korea
53: Martin Riches, Talking Machine
54: Bill Fontana, Sound Recycling Sculpture
55: Michael Peters, MY2K Project
56: Stephan Wunderlich, AB
57: Found Object, Noises
58: Steinberg, Piano Player
59: The Mighty Wurlitzer
60: Rattling on Good Friday
61: World Tune Project
62: Harri Ansorge, triple ny0500
63: John Driscoll, Wafer Flats
64: Jost Muxfeldt, Police choir
65: Anal Violin
66: Gerhard Mantz, Infinite Image Productions
67: Akio Suzuki, Otodate
68: Ansorge/Langebartels, pling-pling — 20000616
69: Berlin Phonogramm-Archiv
70: Music Review-Transmediale
71: Fish's Night Singing
72: Uli Wahl, aeolian harps
73: Ed Osborn, Recoil
74: Tilman Küntzel, Three Roses-Three Music Boxes
75: Ron Schmidt, Three Ears
76: Silke Logox from WebSpeech
77: Hans Essel, Zeitfalten
78: YorkT, Fahrstuhlmusik
79: The Long Now Foundation
80: Nam June Paik, Laser Work
81: Otfried Rautenbach, Film Rudolf Zeller
82: Takehisa Kosugi, Violin Music
83: Questions on New Music
84: Neurophone by Patrick Flanagan
85: International Noise Awareness Day
86: Alvin Curran, The Docks, Concert for Ship's Horns
87: Nightingale, recorded by Rolf Langebartels
88: Pablo Picasso, about Art
89: Philip Corner,Tom Johnson, Music spoken here
90: Idi and Jan Henderikse, Bananaquit
91: Flute playing jester
92: Klingelbeutel - ringing bag
93: Lawrence Weiner, having been built on sand
94: Miller Reese Hutchison and Thomas A. Edison
95: Felix Hess, Frog choruses
96: Eva-Maria Schön, Planet Sound
97: Attila Kotanyi, lucky path
98: Joseph Pujol, Le Petomane
99: Josef Erben, Sound balancing
100: St. Mary Church, Cracow, Poland, Hejnal
101: Christian Hasucha, Es grüßt der Bruder
102: Ron Schmidt, Garagarin
103: Stephan Froleyks, bona nox
104: Gudrun Wassermann, side effect
105: Rolf Langebartels, Answering To 86.5 MHz FM
106: Philip Corner, Gamelan EVERYDAY (outdoors)
107: Baradelan, Dialog
108: Jörg Burkhard, graffito sonore
109: Udo Lindenberg, Shawm and guitar
110: Michael Bock, Chiquilin is dreaming
111: Room of Silence
112: William Engelen, Qualcuno e nel Giardino
113: Udo Idelberger, Sound installation Giannozzo
114: Joe Jones, Music Cart
115: Carl Dahlhaus, Electronic Music
116: From the Underground
117: Helga de la Motte, Conceptions of Sound Art
118: Richard Lerman, Travelon Gamelon
119: Luciano Berio, What Music is.
120: Ingo Kratisch, Big sound mortar
121: Paul Panhuysen, Mexican jumping beans
122: Seikilos
123: Valentin Rothmaler, Nachtviole
124: Ohropax
125: Lorenz Engell, Perception and communication
126: C. Hasucha / W. Siegfried, Ansichtslieder
127: Fishes in the Disco
128: Ulrich Eller, Percussion
129: Marek Choloniewski, GlobalMix
130: Uli Wahl, Himmelsharfe
131: Rabbit
132: Daniel Barenboim, Noise and Silence
133: Peter Wolf, Hamburg Landungsbrücken
134: Sound Transducer
135: Bernard u. Francois Baschet, Acoustical Music
136: Thomas Sander, CD-Player
137: Piezo Contact Microphone
138: Blowing Triton
139: Seiji Morimoto, DayFlay
140: Kurt Tucholsky, Earlids
141: Bridgecock of Slubfurt
142: Lucretius, Carrying Distance of Sounds
143: Justin Winkler, Contemporary Soundscape
144: Pauline Oliveros, Deep Listening
145: Aleksander Kolkowski, Portrait in Shellac
146: Harri Ansorge, Talking Stone
147: Rolf Langebartels, Stone Poem
148: Myocardial Infarction and Noise
149: Ioana Alexe, Microphone
150: Frogs of Madagascar
151: Nils Krüger, Tonkneter Basic Instrument
152: Cap Grundheber, Energy
153: Elisabeth Vortisch, Klänge Ho Chi Minh City
154: John Cage, Organ Piece Organ 2/ASLSP
155: Wolfgang Peter Menzel, Sound of the body
156: Real Alternative Player
157: Gerald Fiebig, Mozart Kugeln
158: Paul Panhuysen, Vogelhaus
159: Animal Sound Archive, Berlin
160: Uli Wahl,Pigeon-Flutes
161: Brian Eno, Windows 95 Start Sound Sequence
162: Tilman Küntzel, Fußball-Klangwand
163: Harri Ansorge, Flints at the Baltic Sea
164: Car and Sound
165: Colin Broom, Song by a Confused Computer
166: Joseph Freiherr von Eichendorff, Magic Wand
167: Walter Fähndrich, Music for spaces
168: Bladdernut
169: Anthony Burgess, The Pianoplayers
170: Oswald Wiener, Animal Music/Tiermusik
171: Music House
172: No Sound
173: William Engelen, Blackbird Project
174: Karlheinz Stockhausen
175: Vulcano Sonification
176: Hans Otte
177: El Silbo, Gomera
178: Nils Krüger, Andrea Herrmann, Creaking Door
179: Gerhard Zander, Electromagnetic Picnic
180: Bo Diddley
181: Udo Noll, radio aporee ::: maps
182: Hakuin, Stone Mortar and Ant
183: Music Cup
184: Wolfgang Peter Menzel, Applause or Rain
185: Gudrun Wassermann, Monkey and I
186: Claudius Wachtmeister, postcard #62
187: Karl Hoffmann, postcard #25
188: Birdsong
189: Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation
190: Bernard and Francois Baschet, Lotus Fountain
191: Seiji Morimoto, Largu
192: Music Review-Donaueschingen
193: Grassmayr Bell Foundry, Innsbruck
194: Click
195: Reger Austausch
196: Adam Boome, Mandala
197: Sea Organ, Zadar
198: Henry David Thoreau, Walden
199: Heinz-Klaus Metzger, Sounding Industry
200: Harald Kubiczak, Ende
201: Insensibility against Noise
202: Vuvuzela
203: The Acoustic Manifesto
204: Armand Givelet, Feedback
205: Jutta Sartory, Ingo Kratisch, O logischer Garten
206: Anton Webern, Modulation
207: Acoustic Location
208: Erotism in Music
209: Falko Rister, Happy Birthday, Erik Satie!
210: Ingo Kratisch, Bicycle Spokes
211: Canto Grande
212: John Driscoll, A gift für den Geist
213: Andrea Herrmann, Nils Krüger, Wordmusic
214: Rolf Langebartels, Sound Scape Berlin (East)
215: Klaus Ebbeke, A Space for Edgard Varèse
216: Stefano Scialotti, Rickshaw
217: Sophie Rois, Actress
218: Ewerdt Hilgemann,Sculpture Cerberus
219: Water Glass Chime
220: Wild Notes
221: Daniel Löwenbrück, Record Object Exorcism
222: Makiko Nishikaze, Fish
223: Ugly Stick
224: Paul Valéry, Music and Architecture
225: Makiko Nishikaze, Tea Cup
226: Un ange passe
227: Swetlana Alexijewitsch, Speech of Thanks
228: Kinmen (Quemoy) Loudspeaker
229: Christian Hasucha, Swing
230: Green Woodpecker
231: Pückler-Muskau, Music and Garden Art
232: Music Stairs
233: Nam June Paik, About Perfection
234: Click
235: Dan Snaith, Mathematics and Music
236: Cathy Berberian, Stripsody
237: John Cage, Il Treno
SOUNDBAG is an internet project by Rolf Langebartels. A collection of items relating to Sound Art and Audio Art. Contributions are welcome. Please send them to the email address below.
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