Hanne Darboven : Opus 17a
Hanne Darboven
Dia Art Foundation
$10.36 (Member Price)

Audio CD
70 minutes, Compact Disc.

Recorded at Aardvark Studio
Performed by Robert Black
Produced by Jonathan Bepler

Opus 17A, a music cd, is a work for double bass that the artist composed immediately after finishing Kulturgeschichte 1880-1983, 1980-1983. It was first performed at the opening of Darboven's exhibition at Dia on Wednesday, May 1, 1996.
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