Harbison, John., Houtz, Stephen,, Vandervelde, Janika,, Larsen, Libby., Barnett, Carol,, Bolcom, William., Olsen, David John,, Carnahan, Craig., Jennings, Carolyn., Wilson, Richard,, Kallman, Daniel., Kernis, Aaron Jay., Musto, John,, Franklin, Cary John.DeBlasio, Chris. (Eds.) ([1994) Heartbeatsnew songs from Minnesota for the AIDS Quilt songbookSt. Paul, MN : Innova Recordings,MLA Citation
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Heartbeats [sound recording] : new songs from Minnesota for the AIDS Quilt songbook.
|Published:||St. Paul, MN : Innova Recordings, |
|Topics:||Songs with piano. | Choruses, Secular (Women's voices) with violin. | Vocal duets, Unaccompanied. | Songs (Low voice) with instrumental ensemble. | AIDS (Disease) - Songs and music. | Music - Minnesota.|
|Physical Description:||1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
|Event:||Recorded live at the Walker Art Center Auditorium, Minneapolis, Minn., Dec. 1, 1992 (13th work) and at Studio M, Minnesota Public Radio, St. Paul, Minn., June-Sept. 1994 (remainder).
|Notes:||Principally with piano acc.; the 3rd work for narrator, solo voices (SA), women's chorus, and violin; the 9th work for soprano and baritone, unacc.; the 12th work for bass with instrumental ensemble.
Program notes, biographical notes on the composers and performers, and texts of the songs (20 p. : port., ill.) in container.
Harbison, John. Flute of interior time.
Houtz, Stephen, 1956- Enticing lane.
Vandervelde, Janika, 1955- Positive women: Susan.
Larsen, Libby. Perineo.
Barnett, Carol, 1949- Let it go.
Bolcom, William. Vaslav's song.
Olsen, David John, 1953- We're all pharaohs when we die.
Carnahan, Craig. Domination of black.
Jennings, Carolyn. Loons.
Wilson, Richard, 1941- Second law.
Kallman, Daniel. When I am dead, my dearest.
Kernis, Aaron Jay. Morningsongs. Blue animals.
Musto, John, 1954- Heartbeats.
Franklin, Cary John. Emily Dickinson cycle. As imperceptibly as grief.
DeBlasio, Chris. All the way through evening. Walt Whitman in 1989.