National Research Council of Canada. Electronic Music Laboratory

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National Research Council of Canada. Electronic Music Laboratory

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Hugh Le Caine established the ELMUS Laboratory of the National Research Council in Otawa in 1954, where he designed electronic music instruments and served in an advisory capacity to many Canadian electronic music studios. When he retired in 1974, Le Caine had designed 15 new instruments and composed a series of studies, including Dripsody (1955).


Ottawa, Canada

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Created March 26, 2020.




Gustav Ciamaga, "Le Caine, Hugh," Grove Music Online. 2001.

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