ANDRES LEWIN-RICHTER Biography: "Born in 1937 in Miranda, Spain, Andr_ɬ©s Lewin-Richter studied engineering at Barcelona Polytechnic University. In 1962 he was awarded a Fulbright Fellowship to continue his studies at Columbia University, where he began musical studies with Vladimir Ussachevsky, Mario Davidovsky and Edgar Varese. He was Teaching Assistant at the Columbia Princeton Electronic Music Center in New York City from 1962-1965. During this time he composed music for the film "The Gondola Eye" by Ian Hugo, and worked as the sound engineer for the Alwin Nikolais Theater Ballet.\r\nIn 1966 Lewin-Richter promoted the City of Mexico Music Conservatory Electronic Music Studio, and he established the Barcelona Electronic Music Studio in 1968. He is a founding member of the Phonos Electronic Music Studio in Barcelona, which opened in 1974. He has acted as Secretary of M_ɬ_sica Abierta (1960-1962), Executive Director of the music ensemble Conjunt Catal_ɬ° de M_ɬ_sica Contempor_ɬ°nia (1968-1973), and Secretary and Vice-President of the Catalan Composers Association (1976-1991, 2000-2004). At present he is Secretary and Executive Director of the Phonos Foundation, and Lecturer of the History of Electroacoustic Music at Pompeu Fabra University and the Escola Superior de Musica de Catalunya (ESMUC) in Barcelona.\r\nLewin-Richter has created compositions in the electronic music studios of Columbia University (NewYork), Phonos (Barcelona), Alea and CDMC (Madrid), GME (Cuenca), EMS Stockholm (Sweden) and Musik Hochschule Basel (Switzerland), and Aveiro University (Portugal). His compositional work is mainly electroacoustic, including numerous pieces for instruments and tape, and music for ballet, theatre, film and video." Re; Secuencia III Para Anna: "Early 80s issue on nice laminated cover from Lewin-Richters mid to late 70s pieces, many of them written specially for sorprano Anna Ricci. From pure electronic sounds, to deeply treated vocal bits via tape collage and sound poetry. Covert artwork is a painting by Ernesto Fontecilla." Original, unplayed copies of this 1982 release on ANDRES LEWIN-RICHTERs label.