Chronology of early electroacoustic music in Japan: What types of source materials are available?

@article{Fujii2004ChronologyOE,
  title={Chronology of early electroacoustic music in Japan: What types of source materials are available?},
  author={Koichi Fujii},
  journal={Organised Sound},
  year={2004},
  volume={9},
  pages={63 - 77}
}
This paper illustrates the early period of electroacoustic music in Japan through an intensive examination of the source materials for historiography and analytical study, trying to illuminate the reception of Western techniques by Japanese composers, examining the rudiments of their original creative ideas. An extensive list of Japanese works with information about their accessible manuscripts, literature and available recordings is provided. All quotations from the articles or interviews in… 
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