IBM's salute to the arts on WQXR,

Title
IBM's salute to the arts on WQXR, 1983-08-17.
Publication
1983.
Supplementary Content
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Margaret Carson audio-visual materials.
Description
1 streaming audio file (approximately 58 min.) : digital, stereo.
Uniform Title
Salute to the arts (Radio program)
Alternative Title
  • IBM presents Salute to the arts
  • Margaret Carson audio-visual materials.
  • Salute to the arts
Genre/Form
Radio interviews.
Note
  • Title created by cataloger from audition; date presumed from audition.
  • Credits on the original cassette label differ from those that are announced.
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  • Access to original items restricted. Patrons can access streaming audio only on site at the NYPL Research Libraries.
Source (note)
  • Margaret Carson,
Linking Entry (note)
  • Forms part of: Margaret Carson audio-visual materials, *L(Special) 92-23.
Call Number
*LTC-A 1532
Title
IBM's salute to the arts on WQXR, 1983-08-17.
Production
1983.
Country of Producing Entity
United States.
Type of Content
spoken word
Type of Medium
audio
computer
Type of Carrier
online resource
Performer
June LeBell, host and interviwer ; William Schuman, Elliott Carter, Charles Wuorinen, interviewees.
Event
Broadcast on WQXR radio program Salute to the arts in New York 1983 August 17.
Summary
The program, sponsored by IBM and hosted by June Lebell, is devoted to the MacDowell Colony, an artists' colony in Peterborough, New Hampshire, founded by Marian MacDowell, that provides peace, quiet and beautiful landscape that enhance the creative work of artists, composers, playwrights, poets, and writers. William Schuman, a composer and chairman of the colony, and composers Elliott Carter and Charles Wuorinen review the benefits, advantages, initiatives, agendas, and working and living conditions at the colony with June LeBell, the radio host of classical music station WQXR. The conversations and discussions are intercut by excerpts or entire parts from music compositions: New England Countryside by Aaron Copland, Mass (a very brief excerpt) by Leonard Bernstein, the opening to Concerto on old English rounds by William Schuman, Holiday overture by Carter, final section of Symphony no. 3 by Charles Wuorinen, and the final section from Pulcinella suite by Stravinsky.
Access
Access to original items restricted. Patrons can access streaming audio only on site at the NYPL Research Libraries.
Linking Entry
Forms part of: Margaret Carson audio-visual materials, *L(Special) 92-23.
Source
Gift; Margaret Carson, 1992.
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Added Author
LeBelle, June, host.
Schuman, William, 1910-1992, interviewee.
Carter, Elliott, 1908-2012, interviewee.
Wuorinen, Charles, interviewee.
Container of (work): Copland, Aaron, 1900-1990. Music for movies. New England countryside. Selections.
Container of (work): Schuman, William, 1910-1992. Concerto on old English rounds. Selections.
Container of (work): Carter, Elliott, 1908-2012. Holiday overture.
Container of (work): Wuorinen, Charles. Symphonies. No. 3. Selections.
Container of (work): Stravinsky, Igor, 1882-1971. Pulcinella. Suite. Finale.
WQXR (Radio station : New York, N.Y.)
Carson, Margaret, 1911-2007, donor.
Added Title
IBM presents Salute to the arts
Salute to the arts
Salute to the arts (Radio program)
Margaret Carson audio-visual materials.
Found In:
Margaret Carson audio-visual materials.
Research Call Number
*LTC-A 1532
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