Composers' Forum concert, 1951 November 24
Composers' Forum concert, 1951 November 24
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- Dickinson, Emily, 1830-1886 (Author), Blake, William, 1757-1827 (Author), Greenhouse, Bernard, 1916-2011 (Instrumentalist), Turash, Stephanie (Singer), Allen, David (Pianist) (Instrumentalist), Bloom, Robert, 1908-1994 (Instrumentalist), Kirkpatrick, John, 1905-1991 (Instrumentalist), Zeitlin, Zvi (Instrumentalist), Gravell, Hazel (Singer), Starer, Robert (Instrumentalist), Thomson, Virgil, 1896-1989 (Moderator), Strongin, Theodore, 1918-, Beeson, Jack, 1921-2010, Composers Forum Concerts Collection
- Composers' Forum concert, 1951 November 24
- Collection Name:
- Composers Forum Concerts Collection.
- Suites (Cello); Songs (High voice) with piano; Quintets (Oboe, violins (2), viola, cello); Sonatas (Piano); Dickinson, Emily, 1830-1886; Blake, William, 1757-1827
- music; sound recordings
- Live sound recordings; Musical settings; Suites; Songs; Art music; Chamber music; Sonatas
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- 1 online resource (5 audio files) : WAV
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- Digitization funded by the Association for Recorded Sound Collections
- Concert of songs and chamber works by Theodore Strongin and Jack Beeson, including audience discussion with the composers; special moderator, Virgil Thomson.The first several measures of T. Strongin's Suite are missing from this recording.The following songs by T. Strongin are included: Two songs (1938). Some days ; To make a prairie / poems, Emily Dickinson. Asleep prayer (1951) / poem by Robert Haberman, Jr. Summer songs (1950). Leaf is the lost voice ; Day's green spume / poems by Don Gifford.Description derived from original container and the concert program; the order of works on the audio file may differ from that given in the concert program.File name: RBML_ComposersForum_19511124_7849318.Digitized by George Blood Audio, Philadelphia, 2011.Service copy (44.1 kHz, 16 bit) of sound file derived from a digital preservation master digitized at 96 kHz, 24 bit.Recorded at McMillin Theater, Columbia University
- Note (Performers):
- Bernard Greenhouse, cello ; Stephanie Turash, soprano ; David Allen, piano ; Robert Bloom, oboe ; John Kirkpatrick, piano ; Hazel Gravell, soprano ; Robert Starer, piano ; Zvi Zeitlin, violin ; Dagin String Quartet.
- File 01. Suite for unaccompanied cello (1951) (Bernard Greenhouse, cello) ; Two songs (poems by Emily Dickinson) (1938) ; Asleep prayer (poem by Robert Haberman, Jr.) (1951) ; Summer songs (poems by Don Gifford) (1950) / Theodore Strongin (Stephanie Turash, soprano ; David Allen, piano) -- file 02. Quintet for oboe and strings. Slow movement (1951) / Theodore Strongin (Robert Bloom, oboe ; Dagin Quartet) -- file 03. Piano sonata no. 5 (1946, rev. 1951) (John Kirkpatrick, piano) ; Three songs from Blake (1945, rev. 1951) (Hazel Gravell, soprano ; Robert Starer, piano) / Jack Beeson -- file 04. Interlude (1951) (Zvi Zeitlin, violin ; Robert Starer, piano) ; Concert Aria, "The hippopotomus" (1951) ; Eldorado (poem by E.A. Poe) (1951) (Hazel Gravell, soprano ; Robert Starer, piano) / Jack Beeson -- file 05 (pt. 1) Discussion with Theodore Strongin -- file 05 (pt. 2) Discussion with Jack Beeson
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- Gabe M. Wiener Music & Arts Library, Columbia University
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