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New American music [electronic resource] : New York section : Composers in the 1970s.

Publication:
New York, N.Y. : Folkways Records, p1975.
Format/Description:
Sound recording
1 online resource.
Series:
Smithsonian global sound for libraries

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Other Title:
Composers in the 1970's
Subjects:
Chamber music.
Electronic music.
Instrumental music.
Music -- United States -- 20th century.
Songs (Medium voice).
System Details:
Mode of Access: World Wide Web.
Contents:
v. 1. Blue fish (11:15) / Gil Evans. Transmutations (11:45) / Milford Graves. Zoning fungus II (6:48) / Mary Lou Williams. Shadows (11:00) / Sam Rivers. Encounter (9:40) / Sunny Murray. Gloria (6:23) / Mary Lou Williams
v. 2. Angels of the inmost heaven (7:27) / Lucia Dlugoszewski. Patterns no. II (6:10) ; Patterns no. VII (6:05) / James Fulkerson. Youth in a merciful house (11:30) / Carman Moore. Planh (9:25) / Stanley Silverman
v. 3. Placements (13:35) / Talib Rasul Hakim. Whisper moon (13:25) / William Bolcom. Trio (13:45) / Howard Swanson. Three songs (12:30) / Frederic Rzewski
v. 4. Used to call me sadness (13:00) / Noa Ain. Echoes (10:30) / Joel Chadabe. Whale I (5:02) ; Carrefours (6:08) / Ann McMillan. Cybersonic cantilevers (10:10) / Gordon Mumma. Conflict (5:55) / Vladimir Ussachevsky.
Notes:
"Developed as part of the C[reative] A[rtists] P[ublic] S[ervice] on-going Exposure Program."
Chamber, instrumental, vocal, and electronic music; various performers.
Folkways Records: FTS 33901--33904.
Electronic reproduction. Alexandria, VA : Alexander Street Press, 2009. (Smithsonian global sound for libraries). Available via World Wide Web.
Contributor:
Ain, Noa.
Bolcom, William.
Chadabe, Joel.
Dlugoszewski, Lucia, 1931-2000.
Evans, Gil, 1912-1988.
Fulkerson, James.
Graves, Milford, 1941-
Hakim, Talib Rasul, 1940-1988.
McMillan, Ann.
McMillan, Ann.
Moore, Carman.
Mumma, Gordon, 1935-
Murray, Sunny.
Rivers, Sam.
Rzewski, Frederic.
Silverman, Stanley.
Swanson, Howard, 1907-1978.
Ussachevsky, Vladimir, 1911-1990.
Williams, Mary Lou, 1910-1981.
Williams, Mary Lou, 1910-1981.
Alexander Street Press.
Creative Artists Public Service Program.
Other format:
FTS 33901-33904
OCLC:
689539670
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.