For Inquiries related to?Permissions?for the use of?music, photos, writings of Pauline Oliveros contact: ?
ONE, Executrix and Trustee of The Pauline Oliveros Trust,

?The Deep Listening Catalog, containing CDs, DL Publications and scores are available here;?

?Catalog Information and Sales: Al?Margolis,?

Deep Listening Institute has merged with RPI to become The Center for Deep Listening at Rensselaer
under the direction of Tomie Hahn

A Message from DAVID FELTON ( Former President of Deep Listening Institute, Ltd)

Even though composer Pauline Oliveros left the material plane two years ago this Thanksgiving, her pioneering work continues to flourish as if she were still running the show. And maybe she is. During the years before she passed, Oliveros took steps to build a vibrant community and educational system to carry on her legacy, music and practice of Deep Listening at events around the world.? On August 3, 2018, the city of Kingston unveiled a “Deep Listening Plaza in Honor of Pauline Oliveros” ? รหัส รับ เงิน ฟรี w88Read the entire Press Release

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Photo by IONE

Letter of Recommendation: The Recordings of Pauline Oliveros
- by Claire-Louise Bennett - Feb. 9, 2017

An early electronic musician, Pauline Oliveros made recordings that blend seamlessly into their sonic surroundings.
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In Memoriam

Listening for Pauline (In Memoriam: Pauline Oliveros 1932–2016) - Walker Art Center
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Pauline Oliveros + Musiques Nouvelles: Four Meditations / Sound Geometries - Chain DLK, by Vito Camarretta
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Remembering Pauline Oliveros - CBC Music
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Pauline Oliveros, Composer Who Championed ‘Deep Listening,’ Dies at 84

Pauline Oliveros, a composer whose life’s work aspired to enhance sensory perception through what she called “deep listening,” died on Thursday at her home in Kingston, N.Y. She was 84.

Her death was confirmed by her spouse,?
Carole Ione Lewis, a writer and performance artist known as Ione. - November 28, 2016 - By STEVE SMITH, รหัส รับ เงิน ฟรี w88New York Timesรหัส รับ เงิน ฟรี w88

3 Big Shows for New Music in New York

Pauline Oliveros will be performing at the Jewish Museum on November 10th at 7:30
New York Times article by ZACHARY WOOLFE, NOV. 2, 2016
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Four Mediations? / Sound Geometrics
"Pauline Oliveros is a virtuoso at creating environments for musicians to explore. The legendary 84-year old composer, accordionist, and electronic pioneer is perhaps best known for her tape experiments from the ’60s, but her musical scores are just as innovative. Most of them contain text rather than musical notation, and eschew hard-and-fast directions in favor of poetic guidelines to be interpreted. In other words, she doesn’t tell people what to play, but how to play—and just as importantly, how to listen. Given this creative freedom, her collaborators often respond with something that’s less like music to passively listen to than spaces your mind can enter and probe."? Marc Masters, รหัส รับ เงิน ฟรี

Accordions Rising
Pauline Oliveros - Featured Artist on Accordions Rising a documentary feature film about the resurgence of interest in accordion music over the last 30-40 years.
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A giant of the avant-garde shows us how to listen.

Pauline Oliveros is one of modern music's most important figures, precisely because her work transcends music itself. While many people have heard of her contemporaries like Steve Reich and Philip Glass, Oliveros' five decades of work is so wide-reaching that popular culture has barely kept up. She was a founding member of the San Francisco Tape Music Center in the '60s, and devised a musical concept called Deep Listening, which stemmed from a trip into a giant underground cistern with a 45-second reverb.? รหัส รับ เงิน ฟรี w88Read more from RA Exchange...

The Difference Between Hearing And Listening - Pauline Oliveros - TEDxIndianapolis


Whitney Biennial - Filmed by Daniel Weintraub and James Perley - Edited by Daniel Weintraub