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.
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- "Reference". Archived from the original on 2007-03-11. Retrieved 2006-04-08. The Liveart Archives at the University of Bristol.
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