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|Named Person:||John Ashbery; John Zorn; Peter Lieberson; Lee Hyla; Charles Wuorinen; Ricky Ian Gordon|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
John Zorn; Elizabeth Farnum; Thomas Kolor; Peter Lieberson; Chris Pedro Trakas; Fred Sherry; Lee Hyla; Mary Nessinger; Tim Smith, (Clarinetist); Charles Wuorinen; Neil Farrell; June Han; Ricky Ian Gordon; John Ashbery; Sarah Rothenberg; Mary Sharp Cronson; Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.
|Credits:||Poems by John Ashbery.|
|Performer(s):||Musical settings performed by vocalists Elizabeth Farnum, Chris Pedro Trakas, Mary Nessinger, Neil Farrell, and Ricky Ian Gordon, and by instrumentalists Thomas Kolor, Fred Sherry, Tim Smith, June Han, and Ricky Ian Gordon. Readings: John Ashbery. Panelists: John Ashbery, John Zorn, Peter Lieberson, Lee Hyla, Charles Wuorinen, and Ricky Ian Gordon. Moderator: Sarah Rothenberg.|
|Event notes:||Recorded as part of the Works & process performance series at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, on May 13 and 14, 2001. (Viewer copy is May 13, 2001.)|
|Description:||1 videodisc (NTSC) (76 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||X, from Girls on the run / music by John Zorn ; performed by Elizabeth Farnum (soprano) and Thomas Kolor (percussion) --
Posture of unease, from Forgiveness / setting by Peter Lieberson ; performed by Chris Pedro Trakas (baritone) and Fred Sherry (cello) --
At North Farm, from A wave / setting by Lee Hyla ; performed by Mary Nessinger (mezzo-soprano) and Tim Smith (bass clarinet) --
Stanzas before time, from Your name here / setting by Charles Wuorinen ; performed by Neil Farrell (tenor) and June Han (harp) --
A poem of unrest, from Can you hear, bird / setting by Ricky Ian Gordon ; performed by Ricky Ian Gordon.
|Series Title:||Works and process at the Guggenheim.|
|Responsibility:||[performance series producer, Mary Sharp Cronson].|