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|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Morton Feldman; Karen Phillips; David Tudor; Anahid Ajemian; Paula Robison; Arthur Bloom; Raymond DesRoches; Seymour Barab; Matthew Raimondi; Paul Jacobs; Yūji Takahashi; Arnold Fromme; Richard Fitz; Eberhard Blum; Jan Williams
|Notes:||The viola in my life, part 1 for viola, flute, chimes, piano, violin, and violoncello; part 2 for viola, flute, clarinet, piano, chimes, violin, and violoncello; part 3 for viola and piano; the 4th work is a chance composition for violin, violoncello, 2 pianos [with unidentified 3rd pianist], trombone, and percussion; the 5th work for flute, glockenspiel, and piano.
Originally released in 1992 as Music of Morton Feldman (CRI CD 620).
Eds. recorded: C.F. Peters (1st-3rd works); London : Universal Edition (4th-5th works).
Program notes by Nils Vigeland, discography, and bibliography (7 p.) inserted in container.
|Performer(s):||Karen Phillips, viola, David Tudor, piano (1st-3rd works) ; Anahid Ajemian, violin, Paula Robison, flute, Arthur Bloom, clarinet, Raymond DesRoches, chimes (1st-2nd works) ; Seymour Barab, violoncello (1st-2nd, 4th works) ; Matthew Raimondi, violin, Paul Jacobs, Yuji Takahashi, piano, Arnold Fromme, trombone, Richard Fitz, percussion (4th work) ; Eberhard Blum, flute, Jan Williams, glockenspiel (5th work) ; Morton Feldman, conductor (1-4th works), piano (5th work).|
|Event notes:||Recorded Dec. 7, 1970, CAMI Hall, New York, N.Y. (1st-3rd works); June 8, 1970, Judson Hall, New York, N.Y. (4th work); and Dec. 17, 1978, State University College, Fredonia, N.Y. (5th work).|
|Description:||1 audio disc : digital, stereo ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||The viola in my life. Parts 1-3 (12:08; 9:49; 6:01) --
False relationships and the extended ending (16:02) --
Why patterns? (30:27).
|Other Titles:||Chamber music.|