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|Named Person:||Sylvia Plath; Sylvia Plath|
|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Frank Ahrold; Corinne Curry; Harold Farberman; Barbara Ann Martin; Susan Palma; Melvin Kaplan; Linda Quan; Eric Wilson, violoncellist.; Edward Brewer; Arthur Weisberg; Betty Bang Mather; Thomas Ayres; John Simms; Thomas L Davis; Leopold LaFosse; Eldon Obrecht; William Hibbard; Richard Hervig; Dominick Argento; London Symphony Orchestra.; American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters.
|Notes:||Editions recorded: Belwin Mills (Ahrold) ; Boosey & Hawkes (Argento) ; American Composers Alliance (Hervig).
The Argento is a song cycle with the accompaniment originally for piano and arranged for ensemble by the composer.
The Argento was sponsored by the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters as part of its music awards program.
Program notes by the composers and biographical notes on insert.
|Performer(s):||Corrine Curry, mezzo-soprano ; members of the London Symphony Orchestra (flute, clarinet, bassoon, violoncello, vibraphone, and percussion) ; Harold Farberman, conductor (in the Ahrold) ; Betty Bang Mather, flute ; Thomas Ayres, clarinet ; John Simms, piano ; Thomas L. Davis, percussion ; Leopold La Fosse, violin, Eldon Obrecht, double bass; William Hibbard, conductor (in the Hervig) ; Barbara Martin, soprano ; Susan Palma, flute; Melvin Kaplan, oboe ; Linda Quan, violin ; Eric Wilson, violoncello ; Edward Brewer, harpsichord ; Arthur Weisberg, conductor (in the Argento).|
|Event notes:||The Hervig was recorded Jan. 1977, Iowa City and the Argento was recorded June 1977, New York.|
|Description:||1 sound disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo. ; 12 in.|
|Contents:||Ahrold : Sheep in fog ; The night dances ; Words --
Argento : Spring (T. Nash) ; Sleep (S. Daniel) ; Winter (W. Shakespeare) ; Dirge (W. Shakespeare) ; Diaphenia (H. Constable) ; Hymn (B. Johnson).
|Series Title:||American contemporary.|
|Other Titles:||Elizabethan songs.
Chamber music for six players.
Poems of Sylvia Plath
|Responsibility:||Ahrold. Chamber music for six players / Hervig. Six Elizabethan songs / Argento.|