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Larry Kucharz

Larry Kucharz
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United States
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Larry Kucharz is an electronic composer and media artist who writes in both minimalist and spiritual ambient styles. He was born in 1946 in Chicago, where he was raised. He studied piano and theory at the Chicago and American Conservatories of Music and took his doctorate at Northwestern University. He moved to New York in 1975, where he was an active minimalist composer, filmmaker, and media artist.
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http://internationalaudiochrome.com
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Larry Kucharz — Smphncs Larry Kucharz — Smphncs
(International Audiochrome IA43, 2014, CD)
Larry Kucharz — Unit IA42 Larry Kucharz — Unit IA42
(International Audiochrome IA42, 2011, CD)
Larry Kucharz — Pastels Larry Kucharz — Pastels
(International Audiochrome IA41, 2010, CD)
Larry Kucharz — Blue Drawings and Text Larry Kucharz — Blue Drawings and Text
(International Audiochrome IA40, 2008, CD)
Larry Kucharz — Electro Engravings Larry Kucharz — Electro Engravings
(International Audiochrome IA39, 2006, CD)
Larry Kucharz — Ambient Green Washes Larry Kucharz — Ambient Green Washes
(International Audiochrome IA38, 2005, CD)
Larry Kucharz — Bridge Mix 37 Larry Kucharz — Bridge Mix 37
(International Audiochrome IA37, 2005, CD)
Larry Kucharz — Ambient Red Washes Larry Kucharz — Ambient Red Washes
(International Audiochrome IA36, 2003, CD)
Larry Kucharz — Ambient Blue Washes Larry Kucharz — Ambient Blue Washes
(International Audiochrome IA35, 2002, CD)
Larry Kucharz — Cyberchoral Colors Larry Kucharz — Cyberchoral Colors
(International Audiochrome IA33, 2002, CD)
Larry Kucharz — Unit 34: Assorted Tracks Larry Kucharz — Unit 34: Assorted Tracks
(International Audiochrome IA34, 2002, CD)
Larry Kucharz — Techno Unit 32: Misc. Tracks Larry Kucharz — Techno Unit 32: Misc. Tracks
(International Audiochrome IA32, 2001, CD)
Larry Kucharz — Computerchoral Green Prints Larry Kucharz — Computerchoral Green Prints
(International Audiochrome IA31, 2000, CD)
Larry Kucharz — Techno Unit 30: Audiochrome Larry Kucharz — Techno Unit 30: Audiochrome
(International Audiochrome IA30, 2000, CD)
Larry Kucharz — Digichoral Blue portaits Larry Kucharz — Digichoral Blue portaits
(International Audiochrome IA29, 1999, CD)
Larry Kucharz — Unit 28: Blue Motion Larry Kucharz — Unit 28: Blue Motion
(International Audiochrome IA28, 1999, CD)
Larry Kucharz — Electrochoral Dreams Larry Kucharz — Electrochoral Dreams
(International Audiochrome IA27, 1998, CD)
Larry Kucharz — Unit 25: Dark Red Larry Kucharz — Unit 25: Dark Red
(International Audiochrome IA25, 1998, CD)
Larry Kucharz — Metachoral Visions Larry Kucharz — Metachoral Visions
(International Audiochrome IA26, 1997, CD)
Larry Kucharz — Harmonic Luminosity Larry Kucharz — Harmonic Luminosity
(International Audiochrome IA24, 1993, CD)
Larry Kucharz — Unit 23 Larry Kucharz — Unit 23
(International Audiochrome IA23, 1991, CD)

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