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Author Dodge, Charles, 1942-

Title Any resemblance is purely coincidental / Charles Dodge.

Published [Place of publication not identified] : New Albion Records, 1992.

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 UniM INTERNET music  The Whole World    AVAILABLE
Uniform title Works. Selections
Physical description 1 online resource
Notes 1st work based on a 1907 recording of the aria "Vesti la giubba" from I pagliacci / Leoncavallo. 2nd work uses texts from The Sargeantville notebook / Mark Strand; 3rd work, texts from The waves / Virginia Woolf.
Biographical and program notes by Ingram Marshall and vocal texts, the 1st with English translation, ([10] p. : port.) linked to from resource.
Editions recorded: North Cape Music.
For solo voice or (4th work) viola, with piano (1st work) and computer.
Contents Any resemblance is purely coincidental (7:56) -- Speech songs. A man sitting in the cafeteria (1:25) ; The days are ahead (1:59) ; When I am with you (1:36) ; He destroyed her image (1:59) -- The waves (12:42) -- Viola elegy (16:18).
Performers 1st work: Enrico Caruso, tenor ; Alan Feinberg, piano. 2nd work: the composer, voice. 3rd work: Joan La Barbara, soprano. 4th work: Baird Dodge, viola.
Notes Recorded in 1989.
Language notes 1st work in Italian, 2nd work and 3rd works in English.
Other author Caruso, Enrico, 1873-1921, singer.
Dodge, Baird, instrumentalist.
Dodge, Charles, 1942- singer, composer.
Feinberg, Alan, instrumentalist.
La Barbara, Joan, 1947- singer.
Dodge, Charles, 1942- Any resemblance is purely coincidental.
Dodge, Charles, 1942- Speech songs.
Dodge, Charles, 1942- Viola elegy.
Dodge, Charles, 1942- Waves.
Leoncavallo, Ruggiero, 1858-1919. Pagliacci. Vesti la giubba.
Subject Computer music.
Monologues with music (Electronics)
Viola music.
Sound recordings.