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'''Alvin Lucier''' (1931) is an American composer of experimental music and sound installations that explore acoustic phenomena and auditory perception. A long-time music professor at Wesleyan University, Lucier was a member of the influential Sonic Arts Union, which included [[Robert Ashley]], David Behrman, and Gordon Mumma. Much of his work is influenced by science and explores the physical properties of sound itself: resonance of spaces, phase interference between closely tuned pitches, and the transmission of sound through physical media.
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'''Alvin Lucier''' (14 May 1931 - 1 December 2021) was an American composer of experimental music and sound installations that explored acoustic phenomena and auditory perception. A long-time music professor at Wesleyan University, Lucier was a member of the influential Sonic Arts Union, which included [[Robert Ashley]], David Behrman, and Gordon Mumma. Much of his work was influenced by science and explored the physical properties of sound itself: resonance of spaces, phase interference between closely tuned pitches, and the transmission of sound through physical media.
  
 
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Alvin Lucier (14 May 1931 - 1 December 2021) was an American composer of experimental music and sound installations that explored acoustic phenomena and auditory perception. A long-time music professor at Wesleyan University, Lucier was a member of the influential Sonic Arts Union, which included Robert Ashley, David Behrman, and Gordon Mumma. Much of his work was influenced by science and explored the physical properties of sound itself: resonance of spaces, phase interference between closely tuned pitches, and the transmission of sound through physical media.

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