Mobile: The Computer Laughed (Perpetual Motion) Hugh Le Caine

Mobile: The Computer Laughed (Perpetual Motion) (1970) (1:51) was one of the first pieces to be produced on the NRC Computer Music System. The form was influenced by the mobiles of Alexander Calder: the elements seem to build recognizable harmony and counterpoint, but then shift to something unexpected.

  • Year of composition: 1970
  • Duration of the submitted work: 1:53
  • Publisher: G Young/JWD Music (Grimsby, Ontario), WRCI-4299

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