Frederick Charles Judd (1914-1992) was a pioneer of British electronic music, composing and recording at his home studio. Electronic Music and Musique Concrète, originally published in 1961, was one of the earliest books to introduce to a popular audience a form of music then in its infancy. From the late 1950s into the 1960s Judd toured Britain giving lectures and demonstrations of techniques and equipment, often in the company of his friend and fellow innovator Daphne Oram. Judd's biggest commercial success as a musician came in 1963 with Space Patrol, the first British TV series to feature an all-electronic score.
A second book by Judd, Electronics In Music (1972), is also published by Foruli Classics.
Format: paperbackPage count: 106 pagesLanguage: EnglishISBN: 978-1-905792-5-11Dimensions: 23.4 x 15.6 x 0.6 cmPrice (GBP): £9.99Price (USD): $15.00
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