(1957- present)


UC Berkeley Symphony Orchestra - Practice

Posted by Amadeus Regucera on July 28, 2009

Live unedited recording of Edmund Campion's "Practice" for Orchestra and Computer as performed by the UC Berkeley Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Maestro David Milnes.

Engineering & Production: Edmund Campion, Jay Cloidt, John MacCallum



The large-scale form for ME mirrors the classic seven yogic steps as follows:

1. Preconscious ME, Open Vowel Space
2. ME Builds the Language Wall
3. ME Sings His Narcissistic Canon
4. ME Sings His Greatest Song
5. ME Speaks to the Crowd.
6. ME Speaks to His Prompter
7. ME Is Cast Into the Future and Dies

Edmund Campion, music
John Campion, text and concept


Edmund Campion, Losing Touch

Posted by Amadeus Regucera on June 25, 2009

Excerpt from a San Francisco Contemporary Music Players concert of Edmund Campion's "Losing Touch" for Vibraphone and Electronics



For full orchestra and computer
In association with the Center for New Music and Audio Technologies (CNMAT), UC Berkeley

Selected Performance History:

American Composers Orchestra, Carnegie Hall, March 17, 2006 (premiere)
American Composers Orchestra, Annenberg Center, Philadelphia, March 18
Berkeley Symphony with Kent Nagano, June, 2006 (Full Orchestral Version)


Outside Music

(The text that follows is adapted from a text by Beth E. Levy. The full text can be found in the liner notes of the Edmund Campion/SFCMP Outside Music CD, Albany Records Troy 1037)


Hold That Thought

HOLD That Thought for string orchestra and computer driven electronics

Hold that Thought, Gaunajuato Symphony, Mexico (premiere),
Hold that Thought, University Symphony, Berkeley