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  • The final piece of music played was William Basinski's "Disintegration Loops".
  • He also killed Keith Basinski, a UPS driver who was on a delivery, as he was seated in his truck.
  • Inside the church there is also a gravestone of a priest Jakub Basinski who used to be a parson of the parish.
  • William Basinski (born 1958) is an avant-garde composer based in New York.
  • At the time this work was created, Basinski was experimenting with compositions for piano and tape loops.
  • Throughout the 1980s, Basinski created a vast archive of experimental works using tape loop and delay systems, found sounds, and shortwave radio static.
  • This was followed by Watermusic, self-released in 2000 on Basinski's 2062 Records.
  • Basinski is best known for his four-volume album The Disintegration Loops (2002-2003), constructed from rapidly decaying twenty-year-old tapes of his earlier music.
  • In 1947 Eddie Basinski joined the Beavers, and they finished third, losing to the Los Angeles Angels in the first round of the playoffs.
  • Basinski has said that he finished the project the morning of the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City, and sat on the roof of his apartment building in Brooklyn with friends listening to the project as the World Trade Center towers collapsed.
  • Basinski is a member of the Pacific Coast League Hall of Fame, as well as the Oregon Sports Hall of Fame in recognition of his lengthy career with the Portland Beavers.
  • The Disintegration Loops is a series of four albums by American avant-garde composer William Basinski released in 2002 and 2003.
  • In essence, Basinski is improvising using nothing so much as the passage of time as his instrument, and the result is the most amazing piece of process music I've ever heard, an encompassing soundworld as lulling as it is apocalyptic.
  • Igor Basinski (born 1963) is a Belarusian sports shooter and Olympic medalist.
  • As they played, flakes of magnetic material were scraped away by the reader head, wiping out portions of the music and changing the character and sound of the loops as they progressed, the recording process playing an inadvertent witness to the destruction of Basinski's old music.
  • On the afternoon of September eleventh, 2011, Basinski's work was performed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City as a live orchestration to mark the tenth anniversary of the terrorist attacks.
  • During the summer of 2001, William Basinski set about transferring a series of 20-year-old tape loops he'd had in storage to a digital file format, and was startled when this act of preservation began to devour the tapes he was saving.
  • With the death of Johnny Pesky on August 13, 2012, Eddie Basinski and Johnny Antonelli are the last two surviving players mentioned in the song.
  • In 2011, Basinski corrected earlier reports where he described recording the last hour of daylight of 9/11 in N.Y.C. with a video camera focused on the smoke where the towers were from a neighbor's roof, then set the first loop as the sound-track to that footage.
  • Knapik made his official debut at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, where he finished eleventh in the men's 10 m air pistol, with a score of 580 points, tying his position with four-time Olympian and two-time silver medalist Igor Basinski of Belarus.
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