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Janet Feder

Janet Feder
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United States
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Janet Feder is a Denver, Colorado based composer and guitarist. She is a classically trained guitar player best known for her work in the prepared guitar genre.
Website
http://janetfeder.com
Related articles (3)
Releases on file (8)
Bryan Beller — Scenes from the Flood Bryan Beller — Scenes from the Flood
(Bandcamp Onion Bay OBR 6913006, 2019, 2CD / DL)
Various Artists — Frets of Yore Various Artists — Frets of Yore
(Spectropol SpecT 41 , 2017, CD / DL)
Janet Feder — This Close Janet Feder — This Close
(Bandcamp no#, 2015, CD / LP / DL)
Janet Feder — Songs with Words Janet Feder — Songs with Words
(Bandcamp no#, 2012, CD / DL)
Janet Feder / Fred Frith — Ironic Universe Janet Feder / Fred Frith — Ironic Universe
(Ad Hoc AD HOC 19/20, 2006, CD+DVD)
Various Artists —  156 Strings - Nineteen Totally Original Acoustic Guitarists Various Artists — 156 Strings - Nineteen Totally Original Acoustic Guitarists
(Cuneiform Rune 163, 2002, CD)
Janet Feder — Speak Puppet Janet Feder — Speak Puppet
(ReR Megacorp Jf1, 2000, CD)
Janet Feder — ICYIMI Janet Feder — ICYIMI
(Brainbox BBCD35, 1994, CD)

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