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Americans in Rome : music by fellows of the American Academy in Rome.

Author: Emily DickinsonJames JoyceW H DaviesPhilip H RhinelanderWendy S WaltersAll authors
Publisher: New Rochelle, N.Y. : Bridge, ℗2008.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Musical settings
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Named Person: Emily Dickinson; James Joyce; W H Davies; Philip H Rhinelander; Wendy S Walters; Michelangelo Buonarroti; Sheldon Harnick; Walt Whitman; Mark Turbyfill; Joseph Duemer; Karl Flaster; Richard Harteis; Giuseppe Antonio Borgese; Hart Crane
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Emily Dickinson; James Joyce; W H Davies; Philip H Rhinelander; Wendy S Walters; Michelangelo Buonarroti; Sheldon Harnick; Walt Whitman; Mark Turbyfill; Joseph Duemer; Karl Flaster; Richard Harteis; Giuseppe Antonio Borgese; Hart Crane; Hila Plitmann; Donald Berman; Susan Narucki; Chris Pedro Trakas; Curtis Macomber; Fred Sherry; Tara Helen O'Connor; Charles Neidich; Daniel Druckman; James Baker, (Drummer); Jeffrey Milarsky; Tony Arnold; Scott Yoo; Ida Kavafian; Steven Tenenbom; Peter Wiley; Jonathan Bagg; Sunghae Anna Lim; Ole Akahoshi; Richard Stoltzman; Yehudi Wyner; Patti Monson; Tim Smith, (Clarinetist); John Leisenring; Laura Ahlbeck; American Academy in Rome. Department of Music.; Colorado College. Summer Music Festival Orchestra.; Trio Solisti.; Opus One (Musical group); Collage (Musical group); Curiously Strong (Musical group)
OCLC Number: 277251329
Language Note: The vocal works sung in English.
Notes: Bridge: BRIDGE 9271A, BRIDGE 9271B, BRIDGE 9271C, BRIDGE 9271D.
Texts by Emily Dickinson, James Joyce, William Henry Davies, Philip H. Rhinelander, Wendy S. Walters, Michelango Buonarroti, Sheldon Harnick, Walt Whitman, Mark Turbyfill, Joseph Duemer, Karl Flaster, Richard Harteis, G.A. Borgese, and Hart Crane.
Compact discs.
Durations inserted in container.
Program and biographical notes and texts in English inserted in container.
Performer(s): Hila Plitmann, Susan Narucki, Tony Arnold, soprano ; Chris Pedro Trakas, baritone ; Donald Berman, piano ; Curtis Macomber, Ida Kavafian, Sunghae Anna Lim, violin ; Steven Tenenbom, Jonathan Bagg, viola ; Fred Sherry, Peter Wiley, Ole Akahoshi, violoncello ; Tara Helen O'Connor, Patti Monson, flute ; Charles Neidich, Richard Stoltzman, clarinet ; Tim Smith, alto saxophone, bass clarinet ; John Leisenring, trombone ; Laura Ahlbeck, oboe ; Daniel Druckman, James Baker, percussion ; Trio Solisti (Maria Bachmann, violin ; Alexis Pia Gerlach, violoncello ; Jon Klibonoff, piano) ; Opus One Piano Quartet (Ida Kavafian, violin ; Steven Tenenbom, viola ; Peter Wiley, violoncello ; Anne-Marie McDermott, piano) ; Collage Music Ensemble (Laura Ahlbeck, oboe ; Robert Annis, clarinet ; Ronan Lefkowitz, Jennifer Elowitch, violin ; Anne Black, viola ; Joel Moerschel, violoncello ; Christopher Oldfather, piano) ; The Curiously Strong Wind Quintet (Patti Monson, flute ; Jacqueline Leclair, oboe ; Michael Lowenstern, clarinet ; Daniel Grabois, horn ; Laura Koepke, bassoon) ; Colorado College Festival Orchestra ; Jeffrey Milarsky, Scott Yoo, David Hoose, conductor.
Event notes: Recorded from 1998 to 2007 at various locations in New York, Massachusetts, Colorado, and Missouri.
Description: 4 audio discs (4 hr., 44 min., 55 sec.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: Disc A. Vocal music. Four Dickinson songs / Robert Beaser --
In the dark pinewood ; Beggar's song ; Of that so sweet imprisonment ; Sleep now : op. 10, no. 2 / Samuel Barber --
An American Academy in Rome songbook. Siciliano / Randall Thompson ; Songs from Michaelango. no. 1 / Ezra Laderman ; [Nature calls]. Spider love / Derek Bermel ; [Dr. Heidegger's fountain of youth]. Prescription for living / Jack Beeson ; Look down, fair moon / Charles Naginski ; [The edge of dreams]. The forest of dead trees / Leo Sowerby ; [Silently, a wind goes over]. For Wittgenstein / David Rakowski ; There were two swans / Vittorio Giannini ; The dolphins / Scott Lindroth --
Montezuma. Two tableaux and Malinche's aria / Roger Sessions ; arr. Richard Aldag --
Warble for lilac time ; Voyage / Elliott Carter. Disc B. Music for strings and piano. Mozart en route / Aaron Jay Kernis --
Passacaglia / Paul Moravec --
Tesserae / Arthur Levering --
Sirens / John Anthony Lennon --
Violin sonata / Alexander Lang Steinert --
Three intermezzi / Martin Bresnick --
Beyond words / Stephen Hartke. Disc C. Music for piano solo. Fantasy rondo / Lukas Foss --
Three Americans in Rome. My friend Mozart / Kamran Ince ; Bagatelles, no. IV-V / George Rochberg ; Nocturne / Walter Helfer --
Sound reasoning in the tower of Babel / Tamar Diesendruck --
Piano sonata / Hunter Johnson --
Sombras / Mark Wingate --
Three studies for piano, op. 5 / Billy Jim Layton --
Oh, Susanna / Loren Rush. Disc D. Music for winds and piano. Commedia / Yehudi Wyner --
Vent / David Lang --
Dandelion wine / Andrew Imbrie --
Pre-amnesia ; Mythic birds of Saugerties / Lee Hyla --
-(solo) ; =(duo) / Bun-Ching Lam --
Beams! / James Mobberly --
Pastorale for oboe and piano / Howard Hanson --
Six for five wind quintet. Overture ; Song ; Finale / Harold Shapero.
Other Titles: Music by fellows of the American Academy in Rome

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