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|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|Music Type:||Songs; Unknown|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
John Adams; Dawn Upshaw; Paul Crossley; Charles Ives; Ingram Marshall; Morton Feldman; David Diamond; Orchestra of St. Luke's.
|Notes:||Elektra Nonesuch: 79249-2 (on container spine: 979249-2).
The Ives songs originally for voice and piano; the Diamond work for strings and percussion (originally for brass and percussion).
Texts of the Ives songs and notes by Robert Hurwitz and Ingram Marshall in container.
|Performer(s):||Dawn Upshaw, soprano, in the Ives songs ; Paul Crossley, piano, in Eros piano ; Orchestra of St. Luke's ; John Adams, conductor.|
|Event notes:||Recorded Aug. 1989 at Manhattan Center Studios, New York City.|
|Description:||1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||The unanswered question ; Five songs (orchestrated by John Adams): Thoreau; Down East (C. Ives) ; Cradle song (A.L. Ives) ; At the river (Lowry) ; Serenity (Whittier) / Charles Ives --
Fog tropes / Ingram Marshall --
Madame press died last week at ninety / Morton Feldman --
Eros Piano / John Adams --
Elegy in memory of Maurice Ravel / David Diamond.
|Other Titles:||American elegies|