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Spectrum New American music.

Title
Spectrum [sound recording] : New American music.
Author
Contemporary Chamber Ensemble. prf
Publication
New York : Elektra Nonesuch, p1990.

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AudioUse in library *LDC 3179 (F) Program notes on filePerforming Arts Research Collections - Recorded Sound

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Description
1 sound disc : digital; 4 3/4 in.
Subjects
Note
  • Elektra Nonesuch: 9 79222-2 (on container).
  • Compact disc.
  • Analog recordings.
  • 1st and 4th-5th works previously released in 1974 on Elektra Nonesuch H-71303 ; 2nd-3rd works previously released in 1969 on Elektra Nonesuch H-71220.
  • Texts in English and in Hebrew with English translation, and program and biographical notes in English ([10] p.) inserted in container.
Event (note)
  • Recorded Apr. 1974, at Rutgers Presbyterian Church, New York (1st and 4th works), May 1968, at Rutgers Presbyterian Church (2nd and 3rd works), and Sept. 1973, by Phonag Studios, Lindau/Zurich, Switzerland.
Contents
Quartet for trumpet, tenor saxophone, percussion & piano (1950, rev. 1954) (12:27) : Lento (5:42) ; Con moto (6:45) / Stefan Wolpe (1902-1972) -- Satires of circumstance (to poems by Thomas Hardy) (1964) (16:20) : Waiting for both (4:24) ; The convergence of the twain (7:51) ; "What's there to tell?" (4:05) / Seymour Shifrin (1926-1979) -- Serenata d'estate (1955) (11:08) / George Rochberg (1918 - ) -- All set : for jazz ensemble (1957) (7:54) / Milton Babbitt (1916 - ) -- Kaddish-requiem : (a secular service for the victims of Indochina) (1971) (18:59) / Richard Wernick (1934 - ).
Call Number
*LDC 3179 (F)
LCCN
7559792222
OCLC
  • 22455402
  • 22455402
Author
Contemporary Chamber Ensemble. Performer
Title
Spectrum [sound recording] : New American music.
Imprint
New York : Elektra Nonesuch, p1990.
Playing Time
001227 001620 001108 000754 001859
Performer
Thomas Nyfengre, flute, piccolo (nos. 3,4,5,6); Paul Dunkel, piccolo,flute, alto flute, (mo.8); Arthur Bloom, clarinet (nos. 3,4,5); Allen Blustine, clarinet, bass clarinet (no. 6); Allan Dean, trumpet; John Swallow, trombone; Susan Jolles, harp; Paul Zukofsky, violin; Jacob Glick, viola, Ko Iwasaki, cello (nos. 3,4,5,6); Fred Sherry, celli, sitar (no. 8) ; Jeffrey Levine, contrabass (nos. 3,4,5); Al Brehm, contrabass (no. 7); Jan DeGaetani, mezzo-soprano (2nd and 5th works) ; Ramon Gilbert, cantor (5th work) ; Contemporary Chamber Ensemble ; Arthur Weisberg, conductor; Harvey Estrin, tenor saxophone (no. 1,2); David Tofani, tenor saxophone (no. 7); Al Regni, alto saxophone (no. 7); Linda Quan, violin (no. 8); Stanley Silberman, guitar, Richard Fitz, vibraphine, percussion (no. 7).
Event
Recorded Apr. 1974, at Rutgers Presbyterian Church, New York (1st and 4th works), May 1968, at Rutgers Presbyterian Church (2nd and 3rd works), and Sept. 1973, by Phonag Studios, Lindau/Zurich, Switzerland.
Added Author
De Gaetani, Jan. voc
Gilbert, Ramon. Performer
Nyfenger, Thomas. Performer
Dunkel, Paul. Performer
Bloom, Arthur. Performer
Blustine, Allen. Performer
Dean, Allan. Performer
Swallow, John. Performer
Jolles, Susan. Performer
Zukofsky, Paul. Performer
Glick, Jocob. Performer
Iwasaki, Ko. Performer
Sherry, Fred. Performer
Levine, Jeffrey. Performer
Brehm, Al. Performer
Kalish, Gilbert. Performer
DesRoches, Raymond. Performer
Estrin, Harvey. Performer
Tofani, David. Performer
Regni, Albert. Performer
Quan, Linda. Performer
Silverman, Stanley. Performer
Fitz, Richard. Performer
Weisberg, Arthur. Conductor
Wolpe, Stefan. Quartets, piano, trumpet, saxophone, percussion.
Shifrin, Seymour, 1926-1979. Satires of circumstance.
Rochberg, George. Serenata d'estate.
Babbitt, Milton, 1916-2011. All set.
Wernick, Richard, 1934- Kaddish-requiem.
Other Standard Identifier
7559792222
Publisher No.
79222-2 Elektra Nonesuch
9 79222-2 Elektra Nonesuch
H-71303 Elektra Nonesuch
H-71220 Elektra Nonesuch
Research Call Number
*LDC 3179 (F) Program notes on file.
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