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Music of Barbara Kolb

Author: Barbara KolbArturo TamayoIgor KipnisJay GottliebDavid StarobinAll authors
Publisher: New York, NY : CRI, [1990]
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : Toccatas : No Linguistic ContentView all editions and formats
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Barbara Kolb; Arturo Tamayo; Igor Kipnis; Jay Gottlieb; David Starobin; Gordon Gottlieb; Alexandra Ivanoff; Patrick Mason; Robert Phillips, (Pianist); Franco Renzulli; Ensemble intercontemporain.; Brooklyn College. Percussion Ensemble.; Brooklyn College. Electronic Studio.
OCLC Number: 22977880
Notes: Title from container spine.
The 2nd work based on, and preceded by, D. Scarlatti's Sonata in B minor, K. 87, L. 33.
Eds. recorded: Boosey & Hawkes (1st, 3rd-5th works); C.F. Peters (2nd work).
Previously released material (p1976, p1986).
Compact disc.
Biographical and program notes by Tim Page, and text of the poem by Chang Jo-hsü (in English translation)--upon which the 5th work is based (11 p. : port.) inserted in container.
Performer(s): In the 1st work: Ensemble intercontemporain ; Arturo Tamayo, conductor. 2nd work: Igor Kipnis, harpsichord (with tape). 3rd work: Jay Gottlieb, piano. 4th work: David Starobin, guitar (performed live) ; David Starobin, mandolin and guitar, Gordon Gottlieb, percussion, Alexandra Ivanoff, soprano, Patrick Mason, baritone (on pre-recorded tape). 5th work: Robert Phillips, Franco Renzulli, pianos (performed live) ; Brooklyn College Percussion Ensemble, Barbara Kolb, conductor, David Starobin, guitar and mandolin (on pre-recorded tape realized at Brooklyn College Electronic Studio).
Event notes: Recorded at Espace de projection, IRCAM, Paris, France, July 1984 (1st work); at Capitol-Angel Studios, NYC, 1973, and in Redding, Conn., May 29, 1986 (2nd work); in Paris, France, June 1985 (3rd work); and in Brooklyn, N.Y., winter 1975-76 (4th-5th works).
Description: 1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: Soundings (17:15) --
Sonata in B minor / Scarlatti (3:15) ; Toccata (4:11) --
Appello (13:16) --
Looking for Claudio (11:47) --
Spring river flowers moon night (19:14).
Other Titles: Instrumental music.

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