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|Named Person:||Hart Crane|
|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Eric Richards; Hart Crane; Alan Zimmerman; Kay Stonefelt; David Keck; Paul Schiavo; Gregory Purnhagen; Paul Marquardt; Molly Lash Paccione
|Notes:||Text of the 3rd work by the composer; the 5th work is a setting of the poem Recitative by Hart Crane.
Program by Paul Paccione and the composer and biographical notes in English (23 p. : ill.) inserted in container.
|Performer(s):||Alan Zimmermann, percussion (1st work) ; Kay Stonefelt, percussion (2nd work) ; David Keck, bass-baritone (3rd work) ; Paul Schiavo, oboe (4th work) ; Greg Purnhagen, baritone (5th work) ; Paul Marquardt, piano (6th work) ; Molly Paccione, clarinet ; Adam Alter, bass clarinet ; Eric Richards, whistler (7th work).|
|Event notes:||1st work recorded in 2003 in New York City; 2nd work recorded July 13-15 and Nov. 20-22, One Soul Studios, New York; 3rd work recorded Feb. 28, March 3 and 5, 2005, One Soul Studios, New York; 4th work recorded July 27-Aug. 1, 1987, Hyde Street Studio, San Francisco; 5th work recorded July 15, 26-29 and Sept. 20-21 and 28, 2005, One Soul Studios, New York; 6th work recorded July 9-11 and Sept. 2-3, 2006, One Soul Studios, New York; In the 7th work, the clarinets were recorded on Aug. 8 and 13, 1991 at Studio Pass (Harvestworks), New York, the whistler recorded by the composer in Dec. 1986 at The Helene Wurlitzer Foundation, Taos, N.M.|
|Description:||1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||Finalbells : for 16 chromatic cowbells (2002-04) (15:04) --
Time's racing : for 2 metal gyils, 2 vibraphones, and 2 Tibetan tingsha (or crotales) (2000) (6:07) --
My great-aunt Julia : for bass-baritione solo (1993) (11:46) --
Conch music : for 11 oboes (1983-1984) (9:26) --
harte's bels : for solo voice in 5 parts (2001) (7:57) --
The bells themselves : Jonathan Edwards and the American songbook : for three pianos (1997-99) (8:10) --
Chicken pull : for 72 clarinets and 4 whistlers (1989-92) (7:55).