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Songs and music
|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
John Luther Adams; Robin Lorentz; Ron Lawrence; Michael Finckel; Robert Black; Amy Knoles
|Notes:||A "convergence of sound and poetry" influenced by the Arctic landscape and language of northeastern Alaska; uses natural sounds, drum rhythms, and spoken texts.
The 2nd, 6th, and 9th sections are for 4 drummers only; the remaining sections include texts composed of the Gwitch'in (Indian) and I-nupiat (Eskimo) names for Arctic places, plants, weather, and seasons, as well as texts in English and Latin.
Program notes by Howard Klein and the composer; includes texts in I-nupiaq, Gwich'in, English, and Latin.
|Performer(s):||Robin Lorentz, violin, percussion ; Ron Lawrence, viola ; Michael Finckel, cello, conductor ; Robert Black, double bass, percussion ; Amy Knowles, percussion ; John Luther Adams, conductor, percussion; with I-nupiat Eskimo and Gwich'in Indian performers.|
|Event notes:||Recorded in the Charles W. Davis Concert Hall at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks, Mar. 8-11, 1993.|
|Description:||1 sound disc (75 min., 47 sec.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (39 p.)|
|Contents:||The place where you go to listen --
Drums of winter --
Pointed mountains scattered all around --
The circle of suns and moons --
The circle of winds --
Deep and distant thunder --
River with no willows --
One that stays all winter --
Drums of fire, drums of stone --
Where the waves splash, hitting again and again.
|Responsibility:||John Luther Adams.|