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Beyond Notation : The Music of Earle Brown / edited by Rebecca Y. Kim.

Publisher: Univ. Michigan Press
ISBN13: 9780472130580

Brown (1926-2002) was an important part of the experimental music scene in postwar America. The eleven essays in this book explore his practices as a composer and his connections to visual arts. The volume also includes writings by Brown. With a foreword by Kyle Gann, works list, notes,…


Songs Of John Keats : For Soprano And Chamber Ensemble.

Publisher: C. F. Peters

Karchin studied composition with Samuel Adler, Joseph Schwantner, Earl Kim and others. Currently on the faculty at New York Univ. and co-founder and conductor of the Chamber Players of the League/ISCM, Karchin has received many awards, honors and commissions.


Shore Lines - Songs On Poems Of Denise Levertov : For Soprano and Flute (1982).

Publisher: Meridian Publishing

Dedicated to Melinda Kessler Spratlan, soprano and Akaldev Khalsa, flute. Seven songs, composed in 1982, then revised in 1983 and 1986. Swafford studied with Jacob Druckman, Earl Kim and Betsy Jolas. Performance and biographical notes.


Laudate Dominum : For Organ Solo.

Publisher: E.C. Schirmer Music

Kyr studied with Martino, Rochberg, Earl Kim and Crumb. He currently teaches at the School of Music, Univ. of Oregon, where he is the director of the Vanguard Concert Series and the Pacific Rim Gamelan.


Harvard Composers. [CD]

Publisher: Bis

Piston: String Quartet no 1; Kirchner: String Quartet no. 2; Earl Kim: Three Poems in French for soprano and string quartet; Rands: String Quartet no. 2; Davidovsky: String Quartet no. 5. With the Mendelssohn String Quartet and soprano Lucy Shelton.


Violin Concerto; Dialogues; Cornet. [CD]

Publisher: Naxos
Series: Naxos American Classics

With Cecylia Arzewski, William Wolfram, Robert Kim and the RTE National Symphony Orchestra.


Twelve Caprices For Solo Violin.

Publisher: Merion Music

Commissioned by Itzhak Perlman with a grant from the NEA. Premiered by the violinist in December 1982 at Avery Fisher Hall.


Exercises En Route : For Soprano Voice (Singer-Narrator) and Chamber Ensemble.

Publisher: Theodore Presser Co.

A semi-theatrical work in four parts, based on texts by Samuel Beckett. The ensemble calls for flute, oboe, clarinet, violin, cello, and two percussionists. Of advanced difficulty. Custom print edition.

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