Here is a book which bridges the gap between electronics as it is taught in the classroom and electronics as it is practiced in the industry. The author, drawing upon his own experience in four different industries, shares with the reader a wealth of tips and insights which mark the difference between the inexperienced beginner and the practiced professional.
This collection of the late Italian composer Giacinto Scelsi marks the recorded debut of many of his smaller works. Ranging from 1954-1966, Scelsi's elongated tonal studies are given a rapt performance here by a nameless Dutch ensemble that carries off the task without flaw or unnecessary adornment (a constant temptation, it seems, with Scelsi's work). Included here are three fragments of I Riti, the ritual march from the composer's Funeral for Achilles.