ROBOTIC DANCES for Computer-controlled Synthesizers Sets 1-6, Nos. 1-16  (1990)


Set 1 Nos. 1-2 
(3:32)

1. Mechanical Dog
2. The Temple Doorman at Alexandria


Set 2 Nos. 1-2 
(4:11)

 

3. Rooster Atop the Great Cathedral at Strasbourg
4. Cherub Playing a Trumpet on the Main Spire of the Frauenkirche, Nuremberg


Set 3 Nos. 1-3 
(4:30)

 

5. The Dancer
6. Turkish Figure Before a Chessboard
7. Six-Legged Microbot


Set 4 Nos. 1-3 
(6:37)

 

8. Steam Man
9. Robotic Mouse, Bell Labs 1952
10. Electro, New York World’s Fair 1939


Set 5 Nos. 1-3 
(5:30)

11. Undersea Mobot
12. Orbital Robot
13. The Piano Player


Set 6 Nos. 1-3 
(6:31)

 

14. Celebrity Robot
15. Home Robot
16. 8-Legged Microbot

INQUIRIES Books 1 and 2, Nos. 1-20

Realization For Computer-Controlled Synthesizers (1989) (updated in 2009)

Book 1  (12:58)

1. Is space empty?
2. Why are there different languages?
3. What is resonance?
4. How are planets formed?
5. Why does light travel so fast?
6. How did life begin on Earth?
7. What is the origin of music?
8. What is memory?
9. How does the brain network information?
10. What is the longest known cycle of activity?

Book 2  (20:19)

1. What exactly is Gravity?
2. How does the brain make comparisons?
3. What is the underlying force which governs all changes?
4. How are electricity and magnetism related?
5. What is the age of the Universe?
6. What is the smallest amount of time required to make a change?
7. How are photons generated?
8. Why is a neutron heavier than a proton?
9. What causes a new species to arise?
10. What cosmological cycles influence the Earth’s climate?

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