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Click Nilson emerged from the Swedish algorithmic music scene in the mid 1970s with his groundbreaking piece "An Instructional Game for 1 to many musicians". This piece, whilst entirely unrealiant on digital technologies, formed a key part of the techniques - along with other pioneering artists such as Sol Lewitt and the Alan Turing Five - that formed the basis of what has today become the production of software in a live performative context - i.e., livecoding.