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And the butterflies begin to sing

Author: Morton SubotnickMax ErnstBleda ElibalJames ToccoJoan La BarbaraAll authors
Publisher: New York, NY : New World Records, 1997.
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Morton Subotnick; Max Ernst; Bleda Elibal; James Tocco; Joan La Barbara; Gene Youngblood; Amernet String Quartet.; California E.A.R. Unit (Musical group); Recorded Anthology of American Music, Inc.
OCLC Number: 37176745
Notes: Both works "imaginary ballets" based on scenarios from Max Ernst's collage novels.
The 1st work for string quartet, double bass, MIDI keyboard, and computer; the 2nd work for flute, violoncello, MIDI keyboard, MIDI mallets, and computer.
"Recorded Anthology of American Music, Inc."
Compact disc.
Program and biographical notes (11 p.)--inserted in container.
Performer(s): In the 1st work: The Amernet String Quartet ; Bleda Elibal, double bass ; James Tocco, MIDI keyboard. In the 2nd work: California E.A.R. Unit (Gloria Cheng, keyboard ; Erika Duke, violoncello ; Amy Knoles, percussion ; Dorothy Stone, flute) ; Joan La Barbara, Gene Youngblood, Morton Subotnick, sampled voices.
Event notes: Recorded at Corbett Studios, Cincinnati, Ohio (1st work) and at Ocean Way, Los Angeles (2nd work).
Description: 1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: And the butterflies begin to sing : (1988) (35:00). pt. 1 : Crime or miracle. Crime or miracle ; The volcanic blacksmith canons ; Crime or miracle ; The beautiful gardener ; pt. 2 : Phantoms dancing. Sometimes naked ; Sometimes dressed in thin jets of fire ; They cause the geysers to spurt with the probability of the vanity of the dead ; pt. 3 : And the butterflies begin to sing. And the butterflies begin to sing ; pt. 4 : Images will descend to the ground. The waves are bitter ; Truth will remain simple, and gigantic wheels will ride the bitter waves ; And images will descend to the ground --
All my hummingbirds have alibis : (1991). All my hummingbirds have alibis ; All my joys have alibis (29:00).
Other Titles: All my hummingbirds have alibis.
Responsibility: Morton Subotnick.

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