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Structures Sonores, 1967-05-25

 Item — Box: 2.0
Identifier: HLA_Lazarof_4

Scope and Contents

From the Series:

This series consists of audio recordings. It is arranged into two sub-series: Sub-Series 1 consists of recordings of Henri Lazarof compositions. Sub-Series 2 consists of recordings of non-Lazarof musical works, interviews, teaching materials, and others. Recordings span Lazarof’s entire career and come in several formats, including reels, LPs, CDs, cassettes, DAT tapes, and VHS. Each sub-series is arranged chronologically. Titles of works have been standardized using an official Works List, and may differ slightly from the titles on the recordings. This Works List is available for reference upon request.

For more information about the events, concerts, and business related to these recordings, see the Professional Papers series and the Published and Event-Related Materials series.


  • 1967-05-25


Conditions Governing Access

This collection is open for research.


1 Reels : Open Reel ; Tape Width 1/4''

Language of Materials



Henri Lazarof won the First International Prize City of Milan La Scala Award for his musical composition, "Structures Sonores." The work was originally commissioned by UCLA.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Tape Width 1/4''; 2 tracks; stereo; 7 1/2 ips


Introduction -- Polyphonie I -- Étude I -- Polyphonie II -- Étude II -- Polyphonie III


On the Open Reel box it includes: " 2 tracks - stereo - 7 1/2 ips" along with the duration of the piece, "32' ca.". Include with the physical item is a concert program.

Repository Details

Part of the Brandeis University Repository

415 South St.
Waltham MA

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