In the late Sixties, women composers start mixing various kinds of sonic material. Often their idea of intermedia art has a link to human life. 88-minute program with Christina Kubisch, Eliane Radigue, Frankie Mann, Ruth Anderson, and more.
Synthesizers brought new sounds into the world. 43 minutes of music with oscillators, filters and envelopes controlled by Conrad Schnitzler, Daphne Oram, Erkki Kurenniemi, Laurie Spiegel, and others – between the early Sixties and 1977 (plus an exception).