McGill University. Electronic Music Studio

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McGill University. Electronic Music Studio

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The Electronic Music Studio in the Faculty of Music at McGill University was established by Istvan Anhalt in 1964. He remained the director until 1971, followed by Paul Pederson (1971-1974), Alcides Lanza (1974-2004), and Eric Johnstone. In 2004, it was renamed the Digital Composition Studios, directed by Sean Ferguson.


Montreal, Canada

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Created March 26, 2020.




Kevin Austin, Alcides Lanza, "A History of the McGill Electronic Music Studio," Canadian Music Centre, 1990, 2001.
Alcides Lanza, "McGill University. Its electronic music studio complex," Journal of New Music Research 9, no. 1 (1980): 59-69.
Eleanor Stubley, ed.,
Compositional Crossroads: Music, McGill, Montreal (Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2008).
Nadia Trubide, Chantal Gauthier, Annick Poussart, Richard Haskell, "Music at McGill University,"
The Canadian Encyclopedia*, December 16, 2013.

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