Bow Gamelan Ensemble
The Bow Gamelan Ensemble was a group of musicians in Bow, London, England, who used elements of gamelan music. Formed in 1983 by Richard Wilson with Paul Burwell and Anne Bean, the group disbanded in 1990. The ensemble created a theatrical experience, going beyond the normal definitions of music, and adapted their performances to the environment. They performed at Three Mills on the River Lea and many other novel venues.
- "Bow Gamelan performance - Margate Harbour, England 2004", YouTube.com.
- "Paul Burwell, Anne Bean, Richard Wilson" [circa 2002], YouTube.com.
- Burwell, Paul (1990) Talk on Bow Gamelan at the Wayback Machine (archived March 14, 2007) from The Arts and Humanities Data Service.
- "Review", New York Times. (subscription required)
- Oranges and Lemons and Oranges and Bananas at the Wayback Machine (archived March 11, 2007), www.ArtistsInEastLondon.org.
- Sounding Out at the Wayback Machine (archived July 27, 2004) at the University of East London (March 2004).
- Sound Art at the Wayback Machine (archived November 15, 2004).
- PADS entry at Glasgow University at the Wayback Machine (archived April 12, 2006).
- Reference at the Wayback Machine (archived March 11, 2007) The Liveart Archives at the University of Bristol.
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