Harry Partch ‎– The Harry Partch Collection Volume 2

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New World Records ‎– 80622-2
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The Wayward
1 I. U.S. Highball - A Musical Account Of A Transcontinental Hobo Trip (1943, Rev. 1955)
Conductor – Jack McKenziePerformer [Gate 5 Ensemble (evanston, Illinois)] – Danlee Mitchell, David Reid, Dick Borden, Elizabeth Gentry, Harry Partch, Melvin Britton, Melvin Wildberger, Michael Colgrass, Thomas Coleman
25:20
2 II. San Francisco - A Setting Of The Cries Of Two Newsboys On A Foggy Night In The Twenties (1943, Rev. 1955)
Organ [Chromelodeon] – Elizabeth GentryPercussion [Kithara Ii] – Danlee MitchellViola [Adapted], Vocals – Harry Partch
2:28
3 III. The Letter (1943, Rev. 1972)
Dulcimer [Harmonic Canon Iii] – Dennis DunnPercussion [New Kithara I], Percussion [Surrogate Kithara] – David DunnPercussion [Omicron Belly Drum] – Randy HoffmanPerformer – Ben Johnston, Betty Johnston, Donald PippinVocals, Percussion [Omicron Belly Drum] – Harry Partch
2:48
4 IV. Barstow - Eight Hitchhiker Inscriptions From A Highway Railing At Barstow, California (1941, Rev. 1968)
Performer [The Harry Partch Ensemble] – Alan Silverstein, Danlee Mitchell, Francis Thumm, Gary Irvine, Randy Hoffman, Ron Caruso
9:57
And On The Seventh Day Petals Fell In Petaluma (1963–64, Rev. 1966)
5 And On The Seventh Day Petals Fell In Petaluma (1963–64, Rev. 1966)
Performer [The Gate 5 Ensemble] – Danlee Mitchell, Emil Richards, Harry Partch, Michael Ranta, Stephen Tosh, Wallace Snow
35:50

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