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N. Senada Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018N. Senada (which may be a play on "Ensenada", "en se nada", meaning "in himself nothing," or "enseñada," a form of the past participle meaning "taught"; N. may stand for "Nigel") was a Bavarian composer and music theorist who formulated the "Theory of Obscurity" and the "Theory of Phonetic Organization". There is a debate as to whether or not he existed, or was simply an invention of The Residents. Supposedly born in 1907 and dying in 1993 at the age of 86, Senada was one of The Residents' earliest collaborators, having arrived in San Mateo, California, with Philip Lithman. It is frequently speculated that, if real, N. Senada may have been the famous avant-garde composer and instrument-designer Harry Partch, the influence of whose work may be heard in Residents' compositions such as "Six Things To A Cycle"; his death is also referenced in the song "Death In Barstow".Another rumor speculates that N. Senada may have been Captain Beefheart because in the late 1960s Beefheart and his "Magic Band" lived in a residence on Ensenada Drive in Woodland Hills, California, while recording Trout Mask Replica and Safe as Milk; Beefheart influence can also be heard in early Residents works. The Residents also sent an early demo tape to the Warner Brothers executive Hal Halverstadt who had signed Beefheart.
|Date Of Birth||1907-01-01|