Art by Telephone, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago Illinois, 1969 (LP)
Dick Higgins appears on Side A. From the liner notes: "Shortly after its opening, the Museum of Contemporary Art planned an exhibition to record the trend, incipient then and pervasive today, toward conceptualization of art. This exhibition, scheduled for the spring of 1968 and abandoned because of technical difficulties, con
Meredith Monk, Key, 1971 (LP).
Dick Higgins appears as "the voice of the companion."
Dick Higgins & Emmett Williams, Plug: An Acid Novel 1968. Voicespondence 9, Spring 1977 (Cassette). Cover photo of Higgins by Eugene Williams.
Baobab 1, Edizioni Pubbliart S.R.L., 1978 (Cassette)
Dick Higgins contributes "Glasslass" with the voices of Alison Knowles and Gilulia Niccolai
One World Poetry: Live from Amsterdam
Milky Way Records/Giorno Poetry Systems, 1981 (LP)
Dick Higgins contributes "Telephone Translation Nr. 9"
Festival d'In(ter)ventions 1: Neoson(g) Cabaret, Les Éditions Intervention, 1985 (Cassette)
Dick Higgins contributes "Glasslass" with Paul Dutton and Steve McCaffrey on voice.
Festival d'In(ter)ventions 2: In Memoriam George Maciunas, Les Éditions Intervention, 1985 (LP)
Dick Higgins contributes "Constellations No. 12 / Série 1959-1980-1984"
Dick Higgins, Poems and Metapoems, New Wilderness Audiographics, 1981 (Cassette)
35 Sound poems by Higgins. From the liner notes: "For me, one striking aspect of poetry is it ability to treat its material musically-lyrically, with information far less important than the interplay between subject, or subject and sound. Thus, I was always attracted to sound poetry, to structures of concepts of which
Dick Higgins, "Bodies Electric Arches"/ "Requiem for Wagner the War Criminal," Recorthings 5, Exit & Exempla, 1983 (Cassette)
Two sound poems recorded with Paul Berard.
"In its ["Requieum for Wagner the War Criminal"] full form it lasts four hours and twenty moments. It is a Bronx cheer for Robert Wagner, the mayor of New York City in the early 1960s, whom I saw as ruining a great city with short-
Bern Porter, Found Sounds, Audio Muzixa Qet, 1990 (Cassette)
Dick Higgins appears on "Found Sounds" (Side A) recorded December 2nd, 1978.
Fluxus Anthology, Recorthings/Zona Archives, 1989 (LP)
Dick Higgins contributes "B.B. Finally Dreams About Life, B.B.'s, You Play It" These are the same as those featured on Poems and Metapoems.
"The two 'Boris Blastoff' examples given here are lighthearted parodies of my own styles. I think it's very important for every poet, no matter how serious or intense, to remind themselves how ridiculous
FluxTellus, Tellus, The Audio Cassette Magazine, No. 24, 1990 (Cassette)
Dick Higgins contributes "Danger Music No. 17"
S.E.M. Ensemble, Spoken Music Concert at Paula Cooper Gallery, Paula Cooper Gallery, 1990 (Cassette/ Reissued as CD in 2002)
Dick Higgins Contributes "The Sound Of The Animals Dying Thirteen To One" and "Quartet"
Recorded live on February 6, 1990, 8pm, at the Paula Cooper Gallery, 155 Wooster Street New York
Fluxus Anthology 30th Anniversary 1962-1994, Slowscan, 1994 (Cassette box set)
Dick Higgins contributes "In Memoriam" and "Omnia Gallia"
Dana Reason, Primal Identity, Deep Listening, 1996 (CD)
Dick Higgins is credited as the album's designer.
The Joe McPhee Quintet, Common Threads: Live at the Tractor Tavern, Seattle, Deep Listening, 1996 (CD)
Dick Higgins is credited as the album's designer.
Philip Corner, More from the Judson Years (Early 60s) Instrumental-Vocal Works Vol. 1, Alga Marghen, 2004 (CD)
Dick Higgins appears on "Music Reserved Until Now," recorded at the ONCE festival, Ann Arbor, Michigan, November 24, 1963 for a dance by Beverly Schmidt.
John Cage, James Joyce, Marcel Duchamp, Erik Satie: An Alphabet, Wergo, 2006 (CD)
Dick Higgins is the voice of Buckminster Fuller on "An Alphabet" (Cage) and of Robert Rauschenberg on "Ein Alphabet" (Cage)
Dick Higgins, The Thousand Symphonies, Alga Marghen, 2010 (CD)
Featuring Higgins' Symphony nos. 163, 343, 357, 342, 609. Conducted by Philip Corner on October 4th, 2003 and recorded at Nicholas Music Center, Rutgers University in conjunction with the exhibition Critical Mass, Happenings, Fluxus, Performance, Intermedia, and Rutgers University 1958-72, curated by Geoffrey Hendricks.
Joe McPhee, Cosmic Love, Corbett Vs. Dempsey, 2014 (7" vinyl)
Album cover features Dick Higgins' 7.7.73 (#843), 1973-74
Steffen Schleiermacher, Fluxus Piano, MDG, 2015 (CD)
Dick Higgins' "Litany Piano Piece For Emmett Williams" is performed with Harald Muenz on voice
Dick Higgins, Poems and Metapoems, Recital, 2017 (LP)
Vinyl reissue of cassette release from 1981 sans the original's "(Seven Of The) Twelve Telephone Translations" and "Trois Caryatides Au Loop-Garoux." Includes 16 page booklet with notes by Higgins and an essay on Higgins and New Wilderness Audiographics by Charlie Morrow
Slowscan Vol. 40, Deluxe Edition, Slowscan, 2018 (cassette and LP)
Deluxe edition contains a compilation of sound pieces by Dick Higgins.
The Sound Of The Animals Dying Thirteen To One (1958)
The Doorbell (1978)
Trinity (1982) (Conducted by Hannah B Higgins)
Clouds 1 & 2 (with Roger Berard)
Hydn In The Forest (1974) (Performer Dick Higgins, Paul Hoffmann)
In Memoriam (1961)
Omnia Gallia (1980)
Requiem For Wagner The Criminal Mayor (1962)
Sonata For Prepared Piano (1981) (Performed by Margaret Leng Ten)
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