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Charles Wuorinen in Song & dance : Works & process at the Guggenheim

Author: Mary Sharp CronsonJohn AshberyFred SherryPam TanowitzLeon WilliamsAll authors
Publisher: 2005.
Series: Works and process at the Guggenheim.
Edition/Format:   Video : Videodisc : NTSC color broadcast system   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This program includes two works incorporating music by Charles Wuorinen: Ashberyana, which incorporates poetry by John Ashbery; and Storage, choreographed by Pam Tanowitz. Moderator Fred Sherry talks with panelists, including composer, conductor, Charles Wuorinen, choreographer Pam Tanowitz and poet John Ashbery. John Ashbery discusses his definition of inspiration and what inspires him. Wuorinen talks about the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Video
Music
Dance
Named Person: Charles Wuorinen
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Mary Sharp Cronson; John Ashbery; Fred Sherry; Pam Tanowitz; Leon Williams; Jim Pugh; Mark Steinberg; David Fulmer; Misha Amory; Nina Maria Lee; Sarah Rothenberg; Stasia Blystal; Sally Donaubauer; Anne Lentz; William Petroni; Lillian Stillwell; Charles Wuorinen; Severn Clay; Hillman Curtis; Yukie Okuyama; Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.
OCLC Number: 173151925
Credits: Lighting design, Severn Clay; video projections, Hillman Curtis; costumes, Yuki Okuyama.
Performer(s): Host, Mary Sharp Cronson.
Event notes: Recorded as part of the Works & process performance series at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, on April 18, 2005.
Description: 1 videodisc (NTSC) (77 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: Ashberyana / composed by Charles Wuorinen ; poetry by John Ashbery ; baritone, Leon Williams ; trombone, James Pugh ; violin, Mark Steinberg, David Fulmer ; viola, Misha Amory ; cello, Nina Lee ; piano, Sarah Rothenberg --
Storage / choreographer, Pam Tanowitz ; dancers, Stasia Blystal, Sally Donaubauer, Anne Lentz, William Petroni, Lillian Stillwell ; music, Charles Wuorinen.
Series Title: Works and process at the Guggenheim.
Other Titles: Song & dance
Song and dance
Storage (Choreographic work : Tanowitz)
Responsibility: [performance series producer, Mary Sharp Cronson].

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This program includes two works incorporating music by Charles Wuorinen: Ashberyana, which incorporates poetry by John Ashbery; and Storage, choreographed by Pam Tanowitz. Moderator Fred Sherry talks with panelists, including composer, conductor, Charles Wuorinen, choreographer Pam Tanowitz and poet John Ashbery. John Ashbery discusses his definition of inspiration and what inspires him. Wuorinen talks about the process of creating Ashberyana, the instrumentation of the work, and different compositional styles. John Ashbury reads his poems utilized in Ashberyana and discusses how he feels about how his poetry was utllized in Ashberyana. Pam Tanowitz joins the panel. Wuroinen talks about how his approach to composition differs with the different musical forms and specifically talks about the music from the second movement. Tanowitz discusses her process of creating a dance piece from Charles Wuorinen's composition entitled Five.

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