Deep Listening To Pauline Oliveros Across The Internet

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Internet-based collaboration may feel contemporary, but it is established. One of the artists at the forefront of this movement was pioneering composer and accordionist Pauline Oliveros, who began working with the internet in the ’90s and 2000s. She saw technology as something that could open the door to new avenues of music making, and something that could extend musical partnerships across borders. “It is heartening to think that I can connect with my many friends throughout the world and strengthen our relationship with global culture,” she wrote in a 2009 essay in the Leonardo Music Journal #19. “Making music together makes friends.”

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