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Poetry into music with Dana Gioia, in celebration of The Hudson Review's 60th anniversary : Works & process at the Guggenheim

Author: Dana GioiaSarah RothenbergKirsten ChildsDavid FelderStephen FlahertyAll authors
Publisher: 2008.
Series: Works and process at the Guggenheim.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : NTSC color broadcast system : English
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This program in celebration of the 60th anniversary of the Hudson Review includes musical settings of poems by Dana Gioia, a reading of poems by Gioia, and a panel discussion with Gioia and Sarah Rothenberg. Gioia speaks about his dual careers in poetry and business; his use of everyday middle-class life as subject matter for poetry; whom he sees as his audience; his musical training and love of music; his attitude  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Music
Video
Musical settings
Named Person: Dana Gioia; Dana Gioia; Dana Gioia
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Dana Gioia; Sarah Rothenberg; Kirsten Childs; David Felder; Stephen Flaherty; John Harbison; Jimmy Roberts; Judith Bettina; Daniel Druckman; Ethan Herschenfeld; Gregory Hesselink; Alan R Kay; Jacqueline Leclair; Lucy Shelton; Alysha Umphress; Leon Williams; Mary Sharp Cronson; Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.
OCLC Number: 231759117
Credits: All poetry by Dana Gioia.
Performer(s): Moderator: Sarah Rothenberg. Panelists: Dana Gioa, Kirsten Childs, David Felder, Stephen Flaherty, John Harbison, Jimmy Roberts.
Performed by Leon Williams (baritone), Gregory Hesselink (cello), Ethan Herschenfeld (bass-baritone), Daniel Druckman (percussion), Lucy Shelton (soprano), Sarah Rothenberg (piano), Alysha Umphress (mezzo), Jacqueline Leclair (oboe), Judith Bettina (soprano), Alan R. Kay (clarinet).
Event notes: Recorded as part of the Works & process performance series at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, on Apr. 27, 2008.
Description: 1 videodisc (NTSC) (84 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: Veteran's cemetery / setting by Stephen Flaherty; performed by Leon Williams (baritone), Gregory Hesselink (cello) --
Insomnia / setting by David Felder; performed by Ethan Herschenfeld (bass-baritone), Daniel Druckman (percussion) --
God only knows / setting by John Harbison; performed by Lucy Shelton (soprano), Sarah Rothenberg (piano) --
Nosferatu's serenade (aria from Act II of Nosferatu) / setting by Kirsten Childs; performed by Alysha Umphress (mezzo), Jacqueline Leclair (oboe) --
Reading by Dana Gioia --
The heart of the matter: a blues for soprano and clarinet / setting by Jimmy Roberts; performed by Judith Bettina (soprano), Alan R. Kay (clarinet).
Series Title: Works and process at the Guggenheim.
Responsibility: [performance series producer, Mary Sharp Cronson].

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This program in celebration of the 60th anniversary of the Hudson Review includes musical settings of poems by Dana Gioia, a reading of poems by Gioia, and a panel discussion with Gioia and Sarah Rothenberg. Gioia speaks about his dual careers in poetry and business; his use of everyday middle-class life as subject matter for poetry; whom he sees as his audience; his musical training and love of music; his attitude towards rhyme, meter and form in poetry; the audience's role in completing a poem; textual and emotional difficulties in interpreting poetry; and his libretto for the opera Nosferatu, based on the film by F.W. Murnau. The composers of the settings speak about why and how they chose to set particular poems.

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