Early works of John Harbison.

Saved in:
Bibliographic Details
Uniform title:Works.
Author / Creator: Harbison, John.
Other Authors / Creators:Blake, William, 1757-1827. Concertos, piano, orchestra.
Harbison, Helen. December music. Bermuda Triangle.
Levin, Robert D. December music. Parody fantasia.
Miller, Robert, 1930-1981. Songs of experience.
Regni, Albert.
Schuller, Gunther.
Harbison, John.
Harbison, John.
Harbison, John.
Harbison, John.
Other Corporate Authors / Creators:American Composers Orchestra.
Cantata Singers (Boston, Mass.)
Participants:In the 1st work: Robert Miller, piano ; American Composers Orchestra ; Gunther Schuller, conductor. In the 2nd: The Cantata Singers and Ensemble ; the composer, conducting. In the 3rd: Albert Regni, saxophone ; Helen Harbison, violoncello ; Robert D. Levin, electric organ. In the 4th: Robert Miller, piano.
Format: CD
Imprint: New York, NY : CRI, [2001]
Series:CRI American masters.
Item Description:Biographical and program notes, in part by James Matheson, and texts of the 2nd work ([14] p. : ill.) inserted in container.
Compact disc.
The 1st work originally released as analog discs on CRI SD 440 (1981), the 2nd on CRI SD 313 (1973), the 4th on CRI SD 293 (1972)
The 2nd work for 4 vocal soloists, chorus, string quartet and percussion; the 3rd for tenor saxophone, amplified violoncello, and electric organ; the 4th for piano.
The 2nd work sung in English; words by William Blake.
Title from container spine.
The 2nd work recorded at Emmanuel Church, Boston, Mar. 7, 1973. The remainder recorded in New York City: the 1st at Church of the Holy Trinity, May 13, 1980; the 3rd at Carnegie Recital Hall, Apr. 11, 1973; the 4th at Judson Hall, Sept. 18, 1970.
Physical Description:1 audio disc (59 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.