|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Electronics / Five Improvisations On Magnetic Tape||2||Audio||1961||Westminster|
|2||Electronic Music For The Ballet "Electronics" / Five Improvisations On Magnetic Tape||2||Audio||1970||ABC Westminster Gold|
|3||Electronics / Five Improvisations On Magnetic Tape||2||Audio||1961||Westminster|
American classical avant-garde composer, best known for his work in pioneering early electronics.
He studied with Paul Hindemith at Berlin’s Musik Hochschule, where he met fellow student Oskar Sala. Along with Oskar Sala he conceived the score for George Balanchine’s ballet "Electronics" in 1961, he also assisted Oskar Sala with the sound effects for Alfred Hitchcock’s "The Birds" in 1963.