Contents: Tood - schneidertood; Song - Sweet Betsy from Pike; Song - Eskimo Lullaby; Tood - 85 Chords (The Historical Tuning Problem); Song - Dismission of Great I. With notes on each piece.
Just intonation is acheived via scordatura and natural harmonics. The piece is given in both staff and graphic notation. Preface by the composer. Duration circa twelve minutes.
Contents: --Preamble, for James Tenney --Resting Place, for Ben Johnston --The Ever-Widening Halfstep, for Lou Harrison. Dedicated to John Schneider and Just Strings. With performance notes for each piece.
Contents: No One Knows -- Underneath -- Spring -- Measures. With program notes. The music sets texts by Lou Harrison. Dedicated to John Duykers.
…Hans Otte / Wassermann-Musik für Harfe (1984) / V -- Lou Harrison / Music for Harp (1978) a. From music for Bill and me -- Lou Harrison / Music for Harp (1978) b. Beverly's troubadour piece -- Lou Harrison / Music for Harp (1978) c. Avalokiteshvara -- Lou Harrison / Music for Harp (1978) d. Jahla.
…-- 3. D -- 4. another canon for farwell -- 5. Slowly (song). Part 2: 6. Song -- 7. Chorale -- 8. Dance (51 events) -- 9. no luck around the house -- 10. Stamp (for Lou Harrison) -- 11. Canon in 2 voices -- 12. Song (with whistler). Part 3: 13. an anti-war round -- 14. for piano left hand -- 15. 102…
Michael Daugherty: Lex. Lou Harrison: Concerto for Violin and Percussion. Craig Walsh: Pointing Out Your Ruse. Kevin Puts: And Legions Will Rise. With Mark Rush, violin; Norman Weinberg, percussion; Jerry Kirkbride, clarinet; and the Arizona Percussion Ensemble.
Originally composed for a steel guitar especially built to play the music of Lou Harrison, this edition presents a transposed version playable on a regular guitar. See Nag37 for the steel guitar version. With performance notes.
Commissioned for the Los Angeles Philharmonic New Music Group, and composed for Carolyn Hove and Raynor Carroll. Dedicated to Lou Harrison. This challenging work calls for Asian percussion instruments, and is inspired by Asian literary sources. With program and performance notes.
. . . of Lou Harrison. Composed in 2005 for guitarist John Schneider, this work was composed for a guitar built by the National Guitar company. Of advanced difficulty. Also available in a version for normal guitar - see Nag38. With performance notes.
Contents: Synchrony / Henry Cowell -- Piano Concerto / Cowell -- Concerto for Organ with Percussion Orchestra / Lou Harrison -- Ameriques / Edgard Varese. Featuring Jeremy Denk, piano; and Paul Jacobs, organ. Michael Tilson Thomas conducts the San Francisco Symphony.
Gottlieb plays music by Lou Harrison, John Cage, Wayne Peterson, and Dan Reiter.
In one movement. With performance notes. Dedicated to Professor Liang Tsai Ping. A brief Allegro for a zither-like instrument Printed from manuscript.
A short piece for oboe and percussionist, inspired by a section of the book Him in Him by Remy Charlip. Printed from manuscript and can be a bit difficult to read at times.
A slow and unmetered piece for piano, dedicated to John Dobson. The music floats along in three or four distinct lines. Printed from the autograph.
Composed in 1945, Triphony is the original version of a work that later became the String Trio, and in a further revised and enlarged form, a movement of the composer's Suite for Symphonic Strings.
Parts sets for the two percussion quartets by Hendze. The two works each have their own parts set. Zeitbilder is dedicated to Lou Harrison.