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Ruth White (born 1925) is an American electronic musician, known for her work on the Moog synthesizer.

She recorded Baudelaire's Flowers of Evil, put to an electronic setting, in 1969.

The poems were realized by Ruth White and released by Limelight Records.

She also recorded Seven Trumps From The Tarot Card And Pinions.

In the 1970s she founded (with Paul Beaver) The Electronic Music Association.

In 1971 she released an album called Short Circuits which includes versions of a number of classical music compositions in the vein of Switched on Bach.




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