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Guide to the New Arts Forum Collection ARS.0073
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  • Descriptive Summary
  • Access
  • Publication Rights
  • Preferred Citation
  • Sponsor
  • Scope and Contents
  • Arrangement
  • Indexing Terms

  • Descriptive Summary

    Title: New Arts Forum Collection
    Date: 1972
    Collection number: ARS.0073
    Creator: Bielawa, Herbert
    Collection size: 1 box: 7 open reel tapes
    Repository: Archive of Recorded Sound
    Abstract: Recorded works from American academic electronic music studios, originally submitted to the New Arts Forum series of concerts at San Francisco State University and elsewhere. The Forum was produced by Herbert Bielawa and D. Gareth Loy in 1972.
    Language of Material: English

    Access

    Open for research; material must be requested at least two business days in advance of intended use. Contact the Archive for assistance.

    Publication Rights

    Property rights reside with repository. Publication and reproduction rights reside with the creators or their heirs. To obtain permission to publish or reproduce, please contact the Head Librarian of the Archive of Recorded Sound.

    Preferred Citation

    New Arts Forum Collection, ARS-0073. Courtesy of the Stanford Archive of Recorded Sound, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.

    Sponsor

    This finding aid was produced with generous financial support from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission.

    Scope and Contents

    The New Arts Forum Collection consists of seven open reel tapes originally submitted to the New Arts Forum series of electronic music concerts at San Francisco State University (known at the time as San Francisco State College) and elsewhere. The Forum was produced by composer and teacher Herbert Bielawa and D. Gareth Loy in 1972. Material came from composers then active at American electronic music studios in Atlanta, SUNY-Albany, McGill, and University of Illinois, as well as SF State's own studio.

    Arrangement

    These recordings were used in performance. There is some possibility that tapes, reels, and boxes may have been mixed up. Aural confirmation is necessary to correctly determine contents.

    Indexing Terms

    New Arts Forum.
    San Francisco State University.
    Electronic music