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  • ...urlyuk_Mayakovsky_poster_Kiev_1914.jpg|thumb|258px|Poster for performances of Vasily Kamensky, David Burlyuk and Vladimir Mayakovsky in Kiev, 1914. ]] ...The Store exhibition Moscow 1916.jpg|thumb|258px|Alexandra Exter in front of Nadezhda Udaltsova's paintings at the exhibition ''The Store'', Moscow, Mar
    118 KB (14,284 words) - 10:58, 21 August 2018
  • ...alk'', ''sonic art'' (see [[#Wishart1985|Wishart 1985]]), ''musicalization of sound'' (see [[#LanderLexier1990|Lander 1990]]), ''sound in the arts'' (see * ''From The Pages Of Experimental Musical Instruments'' series, 8 volumes, Experimental Musical
    60 KB (8,317 words) - 10:58, 21 August 2018
  • ...ate sponsors through their contributions of experimental equipment as part of their commercial development process. ...nic rock, space rock, and progressive rock, through the later developments of electronica, electronic dance music, ambient music, space music, and cinema
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  • |caption=Avraamov conducting ''Symphony of Sirens'' using two flaming torches, Moscow, 7 November 1923.<ref>{{harvnb|Smirnov| |birth_place = Novocherkassk, Rostov District, Province of the Don Cossack Host, Russian Empire
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  • ''Sourced from Miguel Molina Alarcón, ''Baku: Symphony of Sirens: Sound Experiments in The Russian Avant-Garde'', London: ReR Megacorp, 2008 personal expression", which he claimed as the only source of "delicate design". His
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  • File:Avraamov Arseny Symphony of Sirens.jpg
    ...of Arseny Avraamov's score for the opening of the ''Symphony of Sirens''. Sirens (top), motorized guns (centre) and cannons (below). Moscow, 1923
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  • File:Avraamov Arseny Symphony of Sirens 2.jpg
    ...unted into a steam locomotive, for the interpretation of the ''Symphony of Sirens'' (1922-23) by Arseny Avraamov. From ''Gorn'' magazine, Vol. 9, 1923.
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  • ...iconic picture of [[Arseny Avraamov]] conducting his ''Symphony of Factory Sirens''.
    666 B (90 words) - 11:05, 28 July 2013
  • ...extreme of minimal expression; some of his poems being the first examples of minimalism. ...imir Khlebnikov]], aiming to replace the "States of Space" with the "State of Time".
    5 KB (700 words) - 10:54, 21 August 2018
  • ...ussian Avant-Garde. Original Documents and Reconstructions of 72 Key Works of Music, Poetry and Agitprop from the Russian Avantgardes (1908-1942)'' (ReR
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  • ...sian cubo-futurism, [[Velimir Khlebnikov]] was constantly searching by way of verbal experimentation, writing toward the utopia of a "stellar" universal language.
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