Mark Applebaum (USA, 1967), a composer and designer of electroacoustic
sound events as well as a jazz piano improviser,
a practitioner of Dada and John Cage-ian absurbism in
the 21st century, quickly specialized in
"trans-idiomatic improvisation and instrument building", whose extreme
manifestations was Tion, scored for three conductors and no players,
and polytimbral, polymorphous hybrid constructions as manifested in
Zero-One (1990), a seven-minute solo for mousetrap,
Martian Anthropology (2004) for mouseketier and orchestra,
Agitprop (2005), a concerto for mouseketier with jazz orchestra.
Martian Anthropology (Innova, 2004) compiles several of his "compositions".
The double-disc The Bible without God (Innova) contains
live mouseketier improvisations.
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