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In memoriam Jan DeGaetani : 1933-1989.

Author: Jan De GaetaniPhilip WestRobert FreemanTeresa SterneWerner KunzAll authors
Publisher: September 21, 1989.
Series: Eastman School of Music.; Program
Edition/Format:   Music : Reel-to-reel tape : No Linguistic Content
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Named Person: Jan De Gaetani; Jan De Gaetani
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
Music Type: Other; Songs
All Authors / Contributors: Jan De Gaetani; Philip West; Robert Freeman; Teresa Sterne; Werner Kunz; Sydney Hodkinson; Carmen Pelton; Richard Wernick; Francesca West Watson; Norma Hurlburt; Bonita Boyd; Catherine Tait; Lynn Blakeslee; Martha Strongin Katz; John Graham, (Violist); Pamela Frame; Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Franz Schubert; Charles Ives; Gustav Mahler; Cole Porter
OCLC Number: 20999304
Notes: Memorial service including both live and pre-recorded selections.
Performer(s): In the Mozart: Bonita Boyd, flute ; Catherine Tait, Lynn Blakeslee, violins ; Martha Katz, John Graham, violas ; Pamela Frame, cello.
Event notes: Recorded in Kilbourn Hall, September 21, 1989.
Description: 3 sound tape reels : analog, 15 ips, 2 track, stereo., Dolby-A ; 10 in.
Contents: Quartet in D major for flute and strings, K. 285. Adagio / W.A. Mozart (2:37) --
Remarks / Philip West (6:00) --
String quartet in G minor, K. 516. Adagio ma non troppo / W.A. Mozart (8:19) --
Remarks / Robert Freeman (6:18) ; Teresa Sterne (5:21) ; Werner Kunz, M.D. (3:12) ; Sydney Hodkinson (5:06) ; Carmen Pelton (4:42) ; Richard Wernick (3:49) ; Francesca West Watson (4:16) ; Norma Hurlburt (3:45) --
Blondel zu Marien / Franz Schubert (4:49) (Jan DeGaetani, mezzo-soprano ; Gilbert Kalish, piano) (recorded spring 1975) --
The things our fathers loved / Charles Ives (1:42) (Jan DeGaetani, mezzo-soprano ; Gilbert Kalish, piano) (recorded fall 1975) --
Lob des hohen Verstandes / Gustav Mahler (Jan DeGaetani, mezzo-soprano ; chamber ensemble of faculty and students of the Eastman School of Music ; David Effron, conductor) (recorded in the Eastman Theatre May 1989) --
At long last love / Cole Porter (3:08) (Jan DeGaetani, mezzo-soprano ; Aspen Chamber Symphony ; Peter Bay, conductor) (concert performance July 7, 1989).
Series Title: Eastman School of Music.; Program

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