Arthur Berger (2) / Stefan Wolpe ‎– Five Pieces For Piano / Septet / Form / Piece In Two Parts For Solo Violin

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A1 Five Pieces For Piano
Composed By – Arthur Berger (2)Piano – Robert Miller (2)
13:19
Septet
Cello – Michael RudiakovClarinet – Arthur BloomComposed By – Arthur Berger (2)Ensemble – The Contemporary Chamber PlayersFlute – Paul DunkelPiano – Gilbert KalishViola – Jacob GlickViolin – Jeanne Benjamin
(11:57)
A2.1 1 Leggero
A2.2 2 Sostenuto
A2.3 3 Moderato
B1 Form For Piano
Composed By – Stefan WolpePiano – Russell Sherman
4:29
Piece In Two Parts For Solo Violin
Composed By – Stefan WolpeViolin – Rosemary Harbison
B2 Part 1 7:50
B3 Part 2 5:15

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Gatefold cover.

Originally issued as part of the AR Contemporary Music Project

Arthur Berger recordings originally released on Acoustic Research 0654 088
Stephan Wolpe recordings originally released on Acoustic Research 0654 087

Cover Art: Gabor Peterdi - "Wings of the Ocean." Etching and engraving. Print Collection, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

[Liner notes]
"The Acoustic Research Contemporary Music Project
Acoustic Research, Inc. provided a group of composers with the funds and technological support necessary to make recordings and produce broadcasts of music composed by their colleagues and themselves. The series, made available to the public in 1970, consisted of fourteen radio broadcasts and six recordings. The aim of the project was to provide composers with direct access to as large an audience as modern technology could offer, and to give listeners an opportunity to hear contemporary music, chosen by composers on the basis of musical criteria alone.
Advisers on the project were Milton Babbitt, Elliot Carter, Aaron Copland, Gunther Schuller, and Roger Sessions; the program committee consisted of David Epstein, Earl Kim, Donald Martino, and Seymour Shifrin. David Epstein was Director of the project; Leo Treitler was in charge of production and annotation; technical supervision was provided by Roy F. Allison and Robert Berkovitz."

Library of Congress Card Nos: Berger: 80-750309; Wolpe: 80-750310
℗© 1980 Recorded Anthology Of American Music, Inc.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): NW-308-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): NW-308-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Mastering Stamp): MASTERDISK RL
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped in Circle): EDP
  • Other (Library of Congress Catalog Card Number): 80-750309
  • Other (Library of Congress Catalog Card Number): 80-750310

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