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Author Adams, John, 1947- conductor.

Title John Adams conducts American elegies.

Published New York, NY : Elektra Nonesuch, [1991]


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1 audio disc : CD Audio, digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Notes Elektra Nonesuch: 79249-2 (on container spine: 979249-2).
The Ives songs originally for voice and piano; the Diamond work for strings and percussion (originally for brass and percussion).
Compact disc.
Texts of the Ives songs and notes by Robert Hurwitz and Ingram Marshall in container.
Contents ADAMS, JOHN COOLIDGE. Eros piano.
DIAMOND. Elegy in memory of Maurice Ravel.
FELDMAN. Madame Press died last week at ninety.
IVES. Five songs (orchestrated by John Adams): Thoreau; Down East (C. Ives); Cradle song (A.L. Ives); At the river (Lowry); Serenity (Whittier).--The unanswered question.
MARSHALL. Fog tropes.
Performers Orchestra of St. Luke's ; John Adams, conductor.
Notes Recorded Aug. 1989 at Manhattan Center Studios, New York City.
Other author Upshaw, Dawn, performer.
Crossley, Paul, performer.
Ives, Charles, 1874-1954. Contemplations. Unanswered question.
Ives, Charles, 1874-1954. Songs. Selections; arranged.
Marshall, Ingram, 1942- Fog tropes, no. 1.
Feldman, Morton, 1926-1987. Madame Press died last week at ninety.
Adams, John, 1947- Eros piano.
Diamond, David, 1915-2005. Elegy in memory of Maurice Ravel; arranged.
Orchestra of St. Luke's, performer.
Subject Orchestral music.
Songs (High voice) with orchestra.
Piano with orchestra.
String orchestra music, Arranged.
Other title American elegies.
Standard Number 075597924923
Publisher Number 79249-2 Elektra Nonesuch
979249-2 Elektra Nonesuch