Norwegian Studio for Electronic Music

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NSEM (Hal Clark in the middle), 1975. Source.

Norsk Studio for Elektronisk Musikk (NSEM) was founded in 1975 by Hal Clark and Arne Nordheim at the Henie-Onstad Art Centre in Høvikodden, while it was run together with the Music Academy, Norwegian Broadcasting Bureau (NRK), and Composers Union. As a result of controversy it moved to the Academy in 1978, and soon dissolved.

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