School of Music Audio Department Sound Recordings

Overview

Scope and Contents

Biographical Note

Subject Terms

Administrative Information

Detailed Description

University of Illinois Ensembles

Faculty Recitals and Lectures

Student Recitals

Festival of Contemporary Arts

Champaign-Urbana Symphony Orchestra

Convocations, Symposia, Forums, and Guest Recitals

Special Requests and Donations

Card Catalogs

Transcription Discs

DAT Sound Recordings

F1 Audio and Betamax Video Recordings



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By 2013 LIS584 class, R. Grennan, Z. Boerger, M. Reagan, H. Jellen, E. Schneider, N. Vallier, and S. Schwartz

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Title: School of Music Audio Department Sound Recordings, 1945-1992Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

ID: 12/5/64

Primary Creator: School of Music Audio Department

Other Creators: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. School of Music

Extent: 311.75 cubic feet

Arrangement:

Organized in nine series: Series 1, University of Illinois Ensembles; Series 2, Faculty Recitals; Series 3, Student Recitals; Series 4, Festival of Contemporary Arts, 1953-1978; Series 5, Champaign-Urbana Symphony Orchestra; Series 6, Convocations, Symposia, Forums and Guest Recitals; Series 7, Special Requests and Donations; Series 8, Card Catalogs; Series 9, Transcription Discs; Series 10: DAT Sound Recordings; and Series 11: F1 Audio and Betamax Video Recordings.

Recordings in series 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, and 8 are arranged by call numbers as originally assigned by the Music and Performing Arts Library, which begin with a MO number or Music Archive Tape number. All items included within these series that do not have identifying numbers are arranged chronologically at the end of the series. Recordings in Series 4, Series 7, Series 9, Series 10, and Series 11 are arranged chronologically, with the exception of the end of Series 7, which contains items arranged by call number beginning with the letter "R". Series 9 in particular, has been arranged chronologically rather than by record label number because several of the original label numbers duplicate, many are missing, many appear out of order, and the record labels changed in early 1949 from a four digit label (ex. 5000/5001) to a single digit label (ex. 1/2).

Note: Cards in Series 8 include all extant cards from the Music and Performing Arts Library that correspond to the recordings; cards marked "Withdrawn" indicate tapes that were deaccessioned based on their being duplicates or on other appraisal decisions.

Date Acquired: 03/07/2013. More info below under Accruals.

Subjects: Compositions-Music, Computer Music, Contemporary Arts Festival, Electronic Music, Faculty, Instrumental music, Krannert Center for the Performing Arts, Music, School of, Music Composition, Smith Music Hall, Speakers, Visiting, Student Performance, Symphony Orchestra

Scope and Contents of the Materials

Consists of original 1/4"-inch reel to reel, 12'' inch transcription discs, and 10'' inch audio recordings of performances by university ensembles, faculty, students,and guest performers between 1945 and 1992. The audio tapes were recorded either as mono or stereo on 2- and 4-track acetate and polyester tape, while the transcription discs were recorded on acetate discs. In addition to the recordings of University of Illinois ensemble performances and faculty/student recitals, this collection includes recordings of performances associated with the University's Festival of Contemporary Arts, Champaign-Urbana Symphony Orchestra, and lectures, concerts, music forums and symposia given by visiting performers and scholars. Of particular note are recordings of performances and lectures by Harry Partch, John Cage, Aaron Copland, Paul Hindemith, Igor Stravinsky, Soulima Stravinsky, Georges Enesco, Gabor Magyar, John Garvey, Barbara Ann Garvey, Benjamin Britten, Peter Pears, Ben Johnston, Frederic Rzewski, Bela Bartok, Herbert Brun, Max Roach, Gunther Schuller, Roger Reynolds, Harrison Birtwhistle, George Crumb, Michael Colgrass, Salvatore Martirano, Carl Dahlhaus, Joel Chadabe, Lucas Foss, Kenneth Gaburo, Stuart Dempster, George Rochberg, Karlheinz Stockhausen, Cornelius Cardew, LeJaren Hiller, Charles Hamm, Morton Feldman, Iannis Xenakis, Stephan Wolpe, David Tudor, Milton Babbit, David Rosenboom, Pauline Oliveros, Malcolm Goldstein, the Walden String Quartet, and the New Music Choral Ensemble.

Biographical Note

The School of Music purchased its first recording equipment in 1948 (University of Illinois, 1948).  Since then, the School of Music Audio Department has provided recording services for student, faculty, and guest performers at University venues including Smith Music Hall, the Krannert Center for Performing Arts, and the Music Building Recording Studios (University of Illinois School of Music, 2013).  Past Directors of the Audio Department include Jim Campbell, Carl Volkers (ca. 1950s-1976), Jeff Whimsatt (1976-78), and Rex Anderson (1978-2010).

The Festival of Contemporary Arts, first organized in 1948, included as part of its programming dance, theater, landscape architecture, music and an Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting and Sculpture. The Festival's music events included a variety of concerts, lectures, and workshops that were produced by University faculty and student ensembles, and guest composers and performers.  The styles of new music performance incorporated into these festivals encompassed everything from contemporary orchestral, jazz, opera, and choral music to new forms of performance art.  Initially held annually, the five- to six-week festival of performing and studio arts became a biennial event after 1953. Budgetary concerns led to the effective end of the festival after 1971, however, a related Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts was held in 1978.

Subject/Index Terms

Compositions-Music
Computer Music
Contemporary Arts Festival
Electronic Music
Faculty
Instrumental music
Krannert Center for the Performing Arts
Music, School of
Music Composition
Smith Music Hall
Speakers, Visiting
Student Performance
Symphony Orchestra

Administrative Information

Repository: The Sousa Archives and Center for American Music

Accruals: Originally obtained from the Music and Performing Arts Library on March 7, 2013. A second set of recordings, Series 9, was found within the Music and Performing Arts library in 2014 and were transferred to the Sousa Archives on August 9, 2015 and December 7, 2015. Additional reel-to-reel recordings of the 1970 and 1971 performances of the University of Illinois Opera Group and 1971 performances of the John Wustman studio were transferred to the Sousa Archives from the Library's Audio Preservation Unit on August 18, 2016. Recordings of the University wind band and men's glee club tapes were transferred from the the University Press Building on September 26, 2017, and a third additional reel-to-reel tapes from the Music and Performing Arts Library was transferred to the Center on May 1, 2018.

Acquisition Source: School of Music Audio Department

Appraisal Information: Several items within all series were deaccessioned due to decay, lack of information on the object, and duplication elsewhere within the collection or at other archives. Several discs in series 9 were deaccessioned due to acetate breakdown, but a description of the record number and works performed have been retained within the collection record.

Related Materials: Festival of Contemporary Arts Programs Announcements, 1948- (record series: 12/1/806) For more information please see http://archives.library.illinois.edu/archon/index.php?p=collections/controlcard&id=5243.

Related Publications: For further information about other Lejaren Hiller sound recordings and personal papers please visit the University at Buffalo's Lejaren Hiller Papers which can be accessed using the following URL [https://research.lib.buffalo.edu/hiller].


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[Series 1: University of Illinois Ensembles, 1950-92],
[Series 2: Faculty Recitals and Lectures, 1949-1992],
[Series 3: Student Recitals, 1955, 1963-1992],
[Series 4: Festival of Contemporary Arts, 1953-1978],
[Series 5: Champaign-Urbana Symphony Orchestra, 1960-1985],
[Series 6: Convocations, Symposia, Forums, and Guest Recitals, 1952-1986],
[Series 7: Special Requests and Donations, 1950-1988],
[Series 8: Card Catalogs, 1945-1992],
[Series 9: Transcription Discs, 1948-1951],
[Series 10: DAT Sound Recordings, 1979-2001],
[Series 11: F1 Audio and Betamax Video Recordings, 1984-1991],
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Series 4: Festival of Contemporary Arts, 1953-1978Add to your cart.
Consists of 7" and 12" reel to reel audio recordings of lectures, music rehearsal and performances, and workshops that were part of the University of Illinois' Festival of Contemporary Arts programming that took place between 1953 and 1978. The recordings were made on either acetate or polyester audio tape, and many are in fair to poor condition.  The recordings are arranged chronologically by event date.  Of particular interest are the lectures and performances given by John Cage, David Tudor, Krzystof Penderecki, Igor Stravinsky, La Monte Young, Herbie Hancock, Salvatore Martirano, Pauline Oliveros, and Harry Partch.  Also of interest are recordings of Esther, The Bewitched, The Bell Tower and Revelation in the Courthouse Park.  All recordings within this series are from the festival, although this may not be indicated in many of the titles of the concert programs on these recordings.  The titles often refer to the performer, ensemble or type of performance.
Box 207Add to your cart.
Reel 1: Chamber Music Concert, 1 of 2, February 28, 1953Add to your cart.
Works: Sonata for Piano Duet (1938), Paul Hindemith (Performers: Soulima Stravinsky, Claire Richards); Trio for Violin, Clarinet and Piano (1946), Ernst Krenek (Performers: Homer Schmitt, Keith McCarty, Hubert Kessler); Call Number: TAPE M048897 v. 1
Reel 2: Chamber Music Concert, 2 of 2, February 28, 1953Add to your cart.
Works: Toccata for Percussion Instruments (1942), Carlos Chavez; Call Number: TAPE M048897 v. 2
Reel 3: Chamber Music Concert: The Walden Quartet of the University of Illinois, 1 of 2, March 1, 1953Add to your cart.
Works: Theme and Variations for String Quartet, Alan Rawsthorne; Quartet No. 2 (1952, commissioned especially for this Festival), Robert Kelly; String Quartet (1951), Elliott Carter; Call Number: TAPE M048902 v. 1
Reel 4: Chamber Music Concert: The Walden Quartet of the University of Illinois, 2 of 2, March 1, 1953Add to your cart.
Works: Theme and Variations for String Quartet, Alan Rawsthorne; Quartet No. 2 (1952, commissioned especially for this Festival), Robert Kelly; String Quartet (1951), Elliott Carter; Call Number: TAPE M048902 v. 2
Reel 5: Festival of Contemporary Arts, 1 of 3, March 1, 1953Add to your cart.
Works: La Creation du Monde, Darius Milhaud (Faculty Chamber Orchestra; Conductor: Bernard Goodman); Flos Campi, Ralph Vaughan Williams (University Choir, Members of the University of Illinois Symphony Orchestra; Conductor: Paul Young); Declaratives (Women's Glee Club, Members of the University of Illinois Symphony Orchestra; Conductor: John Bryden); Coro di Morti, Goffredo Petrassi (Varisty Men's Glee Club, Student Instrumental Ensemble; Conductor: Paul Young); Call Number: TAPE M048903 v. 1
Reel 6: Festival of Contemporary Arts, 2 of 3, March 1, 1953Add to your cart.
Works: La Creation du Monde, Darius Milhaud (Faculty Chamber Orchestra; Conductor: Bernard Goodman); Flos Campi, Ralph Vaughan Williams (University Choir, Members of the University of Illinois Symphony Orchestra; Conductor: Paul Young); Declaratives (Women's Glee Club, Members of the University of Illinois Symphony Orchestra; Conductor: John Bryden); Coro di Morti, Goffredo Petrassi (Varisty Men's Glee Club, Student Instrumental Ensemble; Conductor: Paul Young); Call Number: TAPE M048903 v. 2
Reel 7: Festival of Contemporary Arts, 3 of 3, March 1, 1953Add to your cart.
Works: La Creation du Monde, Darius Milhaud (Faculty Chamber Orchestra; Conductor: Bernard Goodman); Flos Campi, Ralph Vaughan Williams (University Choir, Members of the University of Illinois Symphony Orchestra; Conductor: Paul Young); Declaratives (Women's Glee Club, Members of the University of Illinois Symphony Orchestra; Conductor: John Bryden); Coro di Morti, Goffredo Petrassi (Varisty Men's Glee Club, Student Instrumental Ensemble; Conductor: Paul Young); Call Number: TAPE M048903 v. 3
Reel 8: Concert: David Tudor, Pianist, 1 of 4, March 22, 1953Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Performer: David Tudor; Works: Extensions No. 3, Morton Feldman; Intermission No. 5 Morton Feldman; For Prepared Piano, Christian Wolf; Perspectives, Earle Brown (recorded at 15 ips); Call Number: TAPE M048904 v. 1
Reel 9: Concert: David Tudor, Pianist, 2 of 4, March 22, 1953Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Performer: David Tudor; Work: Second Sonata, Pierre Boulez; Call Number: TAPE M048904 v. 2

Note: Reels 9, 12, and 13 are identical.

Reel 10: Concert: David Tudor, Pianist, 3 of 4, March 22, 1953Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Performer: David Tudor; Works: Music of Changes (Parts 1-3), John Cage; Call Number TAPE M048905 v. 1
Reel 11: Concert: David Tudor, Pianist, 4 of 4, March 22, 1953Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Performer: David Tudor; Works: Music of Changes (Part 4), John Cage; Call Number: TAPE M048905 v. 2

Followed by Four-Hand Piano Sonata (1941), Harold Shapero (Performers: Soulima Stravinsky, Claire Richards)

Reel 12: Concert: David Tudor, Pianist, 1 of 2, March 22, 1953Add to your cart.

Performer: David Tudor; Work: Second Sonata, Pierre Boulez

Note: Reels 9, 12, and 13 are identical.

Reel 13: Concert: David Tudor, Pianist, 2 of 2, March 22, 1953Add to your cart.

Performer: David Tudor; Work: Second Sonata, Pierre Boulez

Note: Reels 9, 12, and 13 are identical.

Reel 14: Chamber Music Concert, 1 of 2, March 27, 1953Add to your cart.
Works: Four-Hand Piano Sonata (1941), Harold Shapero (Performers: Soulima Stravinsky, Claire Richards); Partita for Woodwind Quintet (1948), Irving Fine (Faculty Woodwind Quintet of the University of Illinois); Khaldis--Concerto for Piano, Four Trumpets and Percussion (1952), Alan Hovhaness; Cantata for solo soprano, solo tenor, female chorus and instrumental quintet (1952), Igor Stravinsky (Performers: Grace Wilson, James Bailey; Conductor: George Hunter); Call Number: TAPE M048906 v. 1
Reel 15: Chamber Music Concert, 2 of 2, March 27, 1953Add to your cart.
Works: Four-Hand Piano Sonata (1941), Harold Shapero (Performers: Soulima Stravinsky, Claire Richards); Partita for Woodwind Quintet (1948), Irving Fine (Faculty Woodwind Quintet of the University of Illinois); Khaldis--Concerto for Piano, Four Trumpets and Percussion (1952), Alan Hovhaness; Cantata for solo soprano, solo tenor, female chorus and instrumental quintet (1952), Igor Stravinsky (Performers: Grace Wilson, James Bailey; Conductor: George Hunter); Call Number: TAPE M048906 v. 2
Reel 16: Chamber Music Concert, 1 of 3, March 28, 1953Add to your cart.
Works: Woodwind Quintet (1948), Elliott Carter (Faculty Woodwind Quintet of the University of Illinois); Two Pieces for Kettledrums (1950), Elliott Carter; Sonata for Piano (1945-1946), Elliott Carter; String Quartet (1951), Elliott Carter (The Walden Quartet of the University of Illinois); Call Number: TAPE M048908 v. 1
Reel 17: Chamber Music Concert, 2 of 3, March 28, 1953Add to your cart.
Works: Woodwind Quintet (1948), Elliott Carter (Faculty Woodwind Quintet of the University of Illinois); Two Pieces for Kettledrums (1950), Elliott Carter; Sonata for Piano (1945-1946), Elliott Carter; String Quartet (1951), Elliott Carter (The Walden Quartet of the University of Illinois); Call Number: TAPE M048908 v. 2
Reel 18: Chamber Music Concert, 3 of 3, March 28, 1953Add to your cart.
Works: Woodwind Quintet (1948), Elliott Carter (Faculty Woodwind Quintet of the University of Illinois); Two Pieces for Kettledrums (1950), Elliott Carter; Sonata for Piano (1945-1946), Elliott Carter; String Quartet (1951), Elliott Carter (The Walden Quartet of the University of Illinois); Call Number: TAPE M048908 v. 3
Reel 19: Festival Chamber Music Concert, February 26, 1954Add to your cart.
Works: Theme and Variations for Two Violins, Alan Rawsthorne; Quintet for Woodwinds, Jean Francaix (Faculty Woodwind Quintet); Piano Quintet, Wallingford Riegger (Walden Quartet of the University of Illinois); Call Number: TAPE M048910
Reel 20: Festival Chamber Music Concert, 1 of 2, February 28, 1954Add to your cart.
Works: String Quartet No. 3, Op. 32, Boris Blacher (Walden Quartet of the University of Illinois); Four Songs, Op. 2, Arnold Schoenberg; Five Songs, Op. 4, Anton Webern; Two Songs, Op. 14, Arnold Schoenberg; "Du," Cycle of Seven Songs, Milton Babbitt; Four Songs, Op. 2, Alban Berg; Call Number: TAPE M048912 v. 1
Reel 21: Festival Chamber Music, 2 of 2, February 28, 1954Add to your cart.
Work: String Quartet No. 2, Op. 36, Benjamin Britten (Walden Quartet of the University of Illinois); Call Number: TAPE M048912 v. 2
Reel 22: Chamber Concert, March 16, 1954Add to your cart.
Work: Concerto da Camera for flute, English horn, and string orchestra, Arthur Honegger (Conductor: Ernest Ansermet); Call Number: TAPE M048914
Reel 23: Festival Chamber Music Concert, February 27, 1954Add to your cart.
Works: Three Unpublished Songs, Alban Berg; Four Songs, Op. 12, Anton Webern; Widow's Lament in Springtime, Milton Babbitt; Three Songs, Op. 23, Anton Webern; Five Songs, Op. 3 (No. 2-No. 6), Arnold Schoenberg; Sonata for Cello and Piano, Gordon Binkerd; Call Number: TAPE M048911
Box 208Add to your cart.
Reel 1: Chamber Music Concert, 1 of 3, February 25, 1955Add to your cart.
Work: Die Serenaden, Op.35, Paul Hindemith; La Femme a l'Ombrelle, Stanley Seeger (Conductor: Jacques Monod); Three Times Seven Poems, from Albert Giraud's Pierrot Lunaire, Arnold Schoenberg (Conductor: Jacques Monod); Call Number: TAPE M048915 v.1
Reel 2: Chamber Music Concert, 2 of 3, February 25, 1955Add to your cart.
Work: Die Serenaden, Op.35, Paul Hindemith; La Femme a l'Ombrelle, Stanley Seeger (Conductor: Jacques Monod); Three Times Seven Poems, from Albert Giraud's Pierrot Lunaire, Arnold Schoenberg (Conductor: Jacques Monod); Call Number: TAPE M048915 v.2
Reel 3: Chamber Music Concert, 3 of 3, February 25, 1955Add to your cart.
Work: Die Serenaden, Op.35, Paul Hindemith; La Femme a l'Ombrelle, Stanley Seeger (Conductor: Jacques Monod); Three Times Seven Poems, from Albert Giraud's Pierrot Lunaire, Arnold Schoenberg (Conductor: Jacques Monod); Call Number: TAPE M048915 v.3
Reel 4: Three One-Part Inventions for Piano, February 27, 1955Add to your cart.
Works: Three One-Part Inventions for Piano (Performer: George Reeves) Call Number: TAPE M015353
Reel 5: Chamber Music Concert, 1 of 2, February 27, 1955Add to your cart.
Works: Three One Part Inventions for Piano, Arthur Berger (Performer: George Reeves); Eight Etudes and a Fantasy for Woodwind Quartet, Elliot Carter; Four Songs Op. 40, Ben Weber; Concerto, Manuel de Falla (Conductor: John Garvey) Call Number: TAPE M048916 v.1
Reel 6: Chamber Music Concert, 2 of 2, February 27, 1955Add to your cart.
Works: Three One Part Inventions for Piano, Arthur Berger (Performer: George Reeves); Eight Etudes and a Fantasy for Woodwind Quartet, Elliot Carter; Four Songs Op. 40, Ben Weber; Concerto, Manuel de Falla (Conductor: John Garvey) Call Number: TAPE M048916 v.2
Reel 7: The Opera Workshop- Three Contemporary Chamber Operas, 1 of 3, March 6, 1955Add to your cart.
Works: The Boor, Myron Fink; There and Back, Paul Hindemith; L'abandon D'ariane (French), Darius Milhaud; The Abandonment of Ariadne (English), Darius Milhaud; Call Number: TAPE M048917 v.1
Reel 8: The Opera Workshop- Three Contemporary Chamber Operas, 2 of 3, March 6, 1955Add to your cart.
Works: The Boor, Myron Fink; There and Back, Paul Hindemith; L'abandon D'ariane (French), Darius Milhaud; The Abandonment of Ariadne (English), Darius Milhaud; Call Number: TAPE M048917 v.2
Reel 9: The Opera Workshop- Three Contemporary Chamber Operas, 3 of 3, March 6, 1955Add to your cart.
Works: The Boor, Myron Fink; There and Back, Paul Hindemith; L'abandon D'ariane (French), Darius Milhaud; The Abandonment of Ariadne (English), Darius Milhaud; Call Number: TAPE M048917 v.3
Reel 10: Chamber Music Concert, 1 of 2, March 13, 1955Add to your cart.
Works: String Quartet No. 6 in E, Ross Lee Finney; String Quartet, Irving Fine; String Quartet in E Minor, Arthur Shepherd; Call Number: TAPE M048918 v.1
Reel 11: Chamber Music Concert, 2 of 2, March 13, 1955Add to your cart.
Works: String Quartet No. 6 in E, Ross Lee Finney; String Quartet, Irving Fine; String Quartet in E Minor, Arthur Shepherd; Call Number: TAPE M048918 v.2
Reel 12: The Star Course Festival of Contemporary Arts, 1 of 4, March 20, 1955Add to your cart.
Works: Symphony for Brass and Percussion Opus 16, Gunther Schuller; Call Number: TAPE M048922 v. 1
Reel 13: The Star Course Festival of Contemporary Arts, 2 of 4, March 20, 1955Add to your cart.
Works: Concerto No. 3 for Piano and Orchestra, Bela Bartok; Call Number: TAPE M048922 v. 2
Reel 14: The Star Course Festival of Contemporary Arts, 3 of 4, March 20, 1955Add to your cart.
Works: Four Poems of St. Teresa of Avila, Lennox Berkeley; Call Number: TAPE M048922 v. 3
Reel 15: The Star Course Festival of Contemporary Arts, 4 of 4, March 20, 1955Add to your cart.
Works: Symphony No. 1 (Allegretto, Adagio, and Allegro), Gordon Binkerd (Bernard Goodman Conducting); Call Number: TAPE M048922 v. 4
Reel 16: Concert William Masselos, Pianist, 1 of 2, March 11, 1955Add to your cart.
Works: Lecture on Piano Sonata No. 1 by Charles Ives, Robert Palmer; Piano Sonata No. 1 (1902-1910), Charles Ives; Sports and Diversions (1914), Erik Satie; Achtamar (1948), Alan Hovhaness; Jhala (1925), Alan Hovhaness; Fantasia (Variations), Op. 25 (1949), Ben Weber; Call Number: TAPE M048924 v.1
Reel 17: Concert William Masselos, Pianist, 2 of 2, March 11, 1955Add to your cart.
Works: Lecture on Piano Sonata No. 1 by Charles Ives, Robert Palmer; Piano Sonata No. 1 (1902-1910), Charles Ives; Sports and Diversions (1914), Erik Satie; Achtamar (1948), Alan Hovhaness; Jhala (1925), Alan Hovhaness; Fantasia (Variations), Op. 25 (1949),  Ben Weber; Call Number: TAPE M048924 v.2
Reel 18: Concert Stanley Quartet of the University of Michigan, March 2, 1955Add to your cart.
Works: Quintet for String Quartet with Bass (1954), Leslie Bassett; Call Number: TAPE M048923
Reel 19: Chamber Music Concert, 1 of 2, March 3, 1957Add to your cart.
Works: Fantasia for String Trio, Irving Fine; Piano Quartet, Ingolf Dahl, Septet (for clarinet, horn, bassoon, two violas, two cellos), Halsey Stevens; Call Number: TAPE M048928 v. 1
Reel 20: Chamber Music Concert, 2 of 2, March 3, 1957Add to your cart.
Works: Fantasia for String Trio, Irving Fine; Piano Quartet, Ingolf Dahl, Septet (for clarinet, horn, bassoon, two violas, two cellos), Halsey Stevens; Call Number: TAPE M048928 v. 2
Reel 21: Choral and Orchestral Concert, April 12, 1957Add to your cart.
Works: Of Night and the Sea, Robert Palmer; Symphony No. 4, Wallingford Riegger, The Return of Odysseus, Burrill Phillips; Call Number: TAPE M048934 v.1
Reel 22: The Bell-Tower, 1 of 2, March 17, 1957Add to your cart.
Works: The Bell-Tower, Ernst Krenek; Call Number: TAPE M048930 v. 1
Reel 23: The Bell-Tower, 2 of 2, March 17, 1957Add to your cart.
Works: The Bell-Tower, Ernst Krenek; Call Number: TAPE M048930 v. 2
Box 209Add to your cart.
Reel 1: Esther, 1 of 4, March 17, 1957Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Work: Esther (World Premiere), Composer: Jan Meyerowitz, Librettist: Langston Hughes; Call Number: TAPE M048931 v. 1
Reel 2: Esther, 2 of 4, March 17, 1957Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Work: Esther (World Premiere), Composer: Jan Meyerowitz, Librettist: Langston Hughes; Call Number: TAPE M048931 v. 2
Reel 3: Esther, 3 of 4, March 17, 1957Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Work: Esther (World Premiere), Composer: Jan Meyerowitz, Librettist: Langston Hughes; Call Number: TAPE M048931 v. 3
Reel 4: Esther, 4 of 4, March 17, 1957Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Work: Esther (World Premiere), Composer: Jan Meyerowitz, Librettist: Langston Hughes; Call Number: TAPE M048931 v. 4
Reel 5: The Bewitched, 1 of 4, March 24, 1957Add to your cart.
Work: Lecture on The Bewitched, Harry Partch; Call Number: TAPE M048932 v. 1
Reel 6: The Bewitched, 2 of 4, ca March 24, 1957Add to your cart.
Work: The Bewitched, Harry Partch (Prologue, Scene 1, Scene 2); Call Number: TAPE M048932 v. 2
Reel 7: The Bewitched, 3 of 4, ca March 24, 1957Add to your cart.
Work: The Bewitched, Harry Partch; Call Number: TAPE M048932 v. 3
Reel 8: The Bewitched, 4 of 4, ca March 24, 1957Add to your cart.
Work: The Bewitched, Harry Partch; Call Number: TAPE M048932 v. 4
Reel 9: Choral and Orchestral Concert, 2 of 5, April 12, 1957Add to your cart.
Work: Symphony No. 4, Wallingford Reigger; Call Number: M048934 v. 2
Reel 10: Choral and Orchestral Concert, 3 of 5, April 12, 1957Add to your cart.
Work: The Return of Odysseus, Burrill Phillips; Call Number: TAPE M048934 v. 3
Reel 11: Choral and Orchestral Concert, 4 of 5, April 13, 1957Add to your cart.
Works: To the God Who Is in the Fire, Opus 146, Alan Hovhaness (Performers: William Miller, Varsity Men's Glee Club, Percussion Ensemble; Conductor: Robert Shaw); Symphony No. 2, George W. Binkerd (Performers: University of Illinois Symphony Orchestra, Conductor: Bernard Goodman); Symphony No. 2, Ellis Kohs (Performers: University Oratorio Society, University of Illinois Symphony Orchestra; Conductor: Robert Shaw); Call Number: M048934 v. 4
Reel 12: Choral and Orchestral Concert, 5 of 5, April 13, 1957Add to your cart.
Works: To the God Who Is in the Fire, Opus 146, Alan Hovhaness (Performers: William Miller, Varsity Men's Glee Club, Percussion Ensemble; Conductor: Robert Shaw); Symphony No. 2, George W. Binkerd (Performers: University of Illinois Symphony Orchestra, Conductor: Bernard Goodman); Symphony No. 2, Ellis Kohs (Performers: University Oratorio Society, University of Illinois Symphony Orchestra; Conductor: Robert Shaw); Call Number: M048934 v. 5
Reel 13: Rape of Lucretia, 1 of 2, March 1, 1959Add to your cart.
Work: The Rape of Lucretia, Composer: Benjamin Britten, Librettist: Ronald Duncan; Call Number: TAPE M048935 v. 1
Reel 14: The Rape of Lucretia, 2 of 2, March 1, 1957Add to your cart.
Work: The Rape of Lucretia, Composer: Benjamin Britten, Librettist: Ronald Duncan; Call Number: TAPE M048935 v. 2
Reel 15: Concert, 1 of 2, March 3, 1959Add to your cart.
Works: Recitative and Fugue, Patrick McCarty; Piece for Six Trombones, Burrill Phillips; Soliloquy of a Bhikkunis for trumpet with brass and percussion ensemble (1958), Chou Wen-chung (Conductor: Robert Gray); Toccata para Instrumentos de Percusion, Carlos Chavez; Canticle No. 3, Lou Harrison; The Sounding of the Seven Trumpets, Op. 34 (1958), Robert Kelly (Performers: Percussion Ensemble, University Concert Choir; Conductor: Harold Decker); Call Number: TAPE: M048936 v. 1
Reel 16: Concert, 2 of 2, March 3, 1959Add to your cart.
Works: Recitative and Fugue, Patrick McCarty; Piece for Six Trombones, Burrill Phillips; Soliloquy of a Bhikkunis for trumpet with brass and percussion ensemble (1958), Chou Wen-chung (Conductor: Robert Gray); Toccata para Instrumentos de Percusion, Carlos Chavez; Canticle No. 3, Lou Harrison; The Sounding of the Seven Trumpets, Op. 34 (1958), Robert Kelly (Performers: Percussion Ensemble, University Concert Choir; Conductor: Harold Decker); Call Number: TAPE: M048936 v. 2
Reel 17: Choral and Orchestral Concert, 1 of 3, March 23, 1959Add to your cart.
Works: Partita for Orchestra (1957), William Walton (University of Illinois Symphony Orchestra; Conductor: Bernard Goodman); Symphonies of Wind Instruments (1920), Igor Stravinsky (University of Illinois Wind Ensemble, Conductor: Robert Gray); Sinfonia Concertante (1958), Thomas Fredrickson (University of Illinois Symphony Orchestra, Conductor: Bernard Goodman); Ulysses (1946-7), Matyas Seiber (University of Illinois Oratorio Society, University of Illinois Symphony Orchestra; Conductor: Harold Decker); Call Number: TAPE M048939a v. 1
Reel 18: Choral and Orchestral Concert, 2 of 3, March 23, 1959Add to your cart.
Works: Partita for Orchestra (1957), William Walton (University of Illinois Symphony Orchestra; Conductor: Bernard Goodman); Symphonies of Wind Instruments (1920), Igor Stravinsky (University of Illinois Wind Ensemble, Conductor: Robert Gray); Sinfonia Concertante (1958), Thomas Fredrickson (University of Illinois Symphony Orchestra, Conductor: Bernard Goodman); Ulysses (1946-7), Matyas Seiber (University of Illinois Oratorio Society, University of Illinois Symphony Orchestra; Conductor: Harold Decker); Call Number: TAPE M048939a v. 2
Reel 19: Choral and Orchestral Concert, 3 of 3, March 23, 1959Add to your cart.
Works: Partita for Orchestra (1957), William Walton (University of Illinois Symphony Orchestra; Conductor: Bernard Goodman); Symphonies of Wind Instruments (1920), Igor Stravinsky (University of Illinois Wind Ensemble, Conductor: Robert Gray); Sinfonia Concertante (1958), Thomas Fredrickson (University of Illinois Symphony Orchestra, Conductor: Bernard Goodman); Ulysses (1946-7), Matyas Seiber (University of Illinois Oratorio Society, University of Illinois Symphony Orchestra; Conductor: Harold Decker); Call Number: TAPE M048939a v. 3
Reel 20: Concert: The Walden Quartet of the University of Illinois, 1 of 2, March 8, 1959Add to your cart.
Works: Quintet for Flute and String Quartet (1945), Walter Piston; Five Pieces for String Quartet (1957), Leslie Bassett; Call Number: TAPE M048937 v. 1
Reel 21: Concert: The Walden Quartet of the University of Illinois, 2 of 2, March 8, 1959Add to your cart.
Work: Lyric Suite (1926), Alban Berg; Call Number: TAPE M048937 v. 2
Reel 22: Chamber Music Concert University of Illinois Composers, 1 of 4, March 30, 1959Add to your cart.
Works: somewhere i have never travelled, Gordon W. Binkerd (Performers: William Miller, Gordon W. Binkerd); Sonata for Cello and Piano, Op. 32 (1956), Robert Kelly; Line Studies, Kenneth Gaburo; Musique pour un autre temps de l'anee, Burrill Phillips; Songs, Stanley Fletcher; Appalachian Ballads for Voice and Guitar (1985), L.A. Hillard, Jr.;  Call Number: TAPE M048939 v. 1
Reel 23: Chamber Music Concert University of Illinois Composers, 2 of 4, March 30, 1959Add to your cart.
Works: somewhere i have never travelled, Gordon W. Binkerd (Performers: William Miller, Gordon W. Binkerd); Sonata for Cello and Piano, Op. 32 (1956), Robert Kelly; Line Studies, Kenneth Gaburo; Musique pour un autre temps de l'anee, Burrill Phillips; Songs, Stanley Fletcher; Appalachian Ballads for Voice and Guitar (1985), L.A. Hillard, Jr.;  Call Number: TAPE M048939 v. 2
Box 210Add to your cart.
Reel 1: Chamber Music Concert University of Illinois Composers, 3 of 4, March 30, 1959Add to your cart.
Works: somewhere i have never travelled, Gordon W. Binkerd (Performers: William Miller, Gordon W. Binkerd); Sonata for Cello and Piano, Op. 32 (1956), Robert Kelly; Line Studies, Kenneth Gaburo; Musique pour un autre temps de l'anee, Burrill Phillips; Songs, Stanley Fletcher; Appalachian Ballads for Voice and Guitar (1985), L.A. Hillard, Jr.;  Call Number: TAPE M048939 v. 3
Reel 2: Chamber Music Concert University of Illinois Composers, 4 of 4, March 30, 1959Add to your cart.
Works: somewhere i have never travelled, Gordon W. Binkerd (Performers: William Miller, Gordon W. Binkerd); Sonata for Cello and Piano, Op. 32 (1956), Robert Kelly; Line Studies, Kenneth Gaburo; Musique pour un autre temps de l'anee,Burrill Phillips; Songs, Stanley Fletcher; Call Number: TAPE M048939 v. 4
Reel 3: Choral Concert, 1 of 2, March 31, 1959Add to your cart.
Works: Motet: Ah How Empty, Ah How Fleeting, Anton Heiller; Study in Sonority for Ten Violins, Wallingford Riegger; Three Greek Lyrics, Bruno Maderna; Five Prayers over the Pater Noster as Cantus Firmus from: The Litanie by John Donne, Ernst Krenck; The Defense of Corinth (1941), Elliot Cater; Call Number: TAPE M048940 v. 1
Reel 4: Choral Concert, 2 of 2, March 31, 1959Add to your cart.
Works: Motet: Ah How Empty, Ah How Fleeting, Anton Heiller; Study in Sonority for Ten Violins, Wallingford Riegger; Three Greek Lyrics, Bruno Maderna; Five Prayers over the Pater Noster as Cantus Firmus from: The Litanie by John Donne, Ernst Krenck; The Defense of Corinth (1941), Elliot Cater; Call Number: TAPE M048940 v. 2
Reel 5: Jazz Concert Modern Jazz Quartet, 1 of 2, April 6, 1959Add to your cart.
Works: Yesterdays, Gunther Schuller; Three Little Feeling, John Lewis; Anthropology, arranged Gunther Schuller (Conductor: John Garvey); Around the Blues, Andre Hodeir; Passacaglia, Gunther Schuller; Call Number: TAPE M048942 v. 1
Reel 6: Jazz Concert Modern Jazz Quartet, 2 of 2, April 6, 1959Add to your cart.
Works: Yesterdays, Gunther Schuller; Three Little Feeling, John Lewis; Anthropology, arranged Gunther Schuller (Conductor: John Garvey); Around the Blues, Andre Hodeir; Passacaglia, Gunther Schuller; Call Number: TAPE M048942 v. 2
Reel 7: School of Music Recording Session. Pieces by Chou Wen-chung; Ben Johnston, 1959 (Undated)Add to your cart.
Work: Poems of White Stone, Chou Wen-chung; Gambit, Ben Johnston; Call Number: TAPE M048943 v. 1
Reel 8: Concert the Walden Quartet, 1 of 3, February, 28, 1961Add to your cart.
Works: United Quartet for Stringart, Henry Cowell, Second String Quartet, Charles E. Ives; Fourth Quartet, Bela Bartok, Call Number: TAPE M048945 v.1
Reel 9: Concert the Walden Quartet, 2 of 3, February 28, 1961Add to your cart.
Works: United Quartet for Stringart, Henry Cowell, Second String Quartet, Charles E. Ives; Fourth Quartet, Bela Bartok, Call Number: TAPE M048945 v.2
Reel 10: Concert the Walden Quartet, 3 of 3, February 28, 1961Add to your cart.
Works: United Quartet for Stringart, Henry Cowell, Second String Quartet, Charles E. Ives; Fourth Quartet, Bela Bartok, Call Number: TAPE M048945 v.3
Reel 11: The Walden Quartet, 1 of 3, February 28, 1961Add to your cart.
Works: Fourth Quartet, Bela Bartok; Call Number: TAPE M048022 v. 1
Reel 12: The Walden Quartet, 2 of 3, February 28, 1961Add to your cart.
Works: Second String Quartet, Charles E. Ives; Call Number: TAPE M048022 v. 2
Reel 13: The Walden Quartet, 3 of 3, February 28, 1961Add to your cart.
Works: United Quartet for Stringart, Henry Cowell; Concerto for Two Pianos and Instruments, Bruno Maderna; Call Number: TAPE M048022 v. 3
Reel 14: Chamber Music Concert Luciano Berio Ensemble, 1 of 2, March 1, 1961Add to your cart.
Works: Devises (1960), Andre Boucourechliev; Voix de femme (1959), Sylvano Bussotti; Zyklus (1959), Karlheinz Stockhausen, Musica su due dimensioni (1958), Bruno Maderna; Thema ("Omaggio a Joyce") (1958), Luciano Berio; Circles (1960), Luciano Berio; Call Number: TAPE M048946 v. 1
Reel 15: Chamber Music Concert Luciano Berio Ensemble, 2 of 2, March 1, 1961Add to your cart.
Works: Devises (1960), Andre Boucourechliev; Voix de femme (1959), Sylvano Bussotti; Zyklus (1959), Karlheinz Stockhausen, Musica su due dimensioni (1958), Bruno Maderna; Thema ("Omaggio a Joyce") (1958), Luciano Berio; Circles (1960), Luciano Berio; Call Number: TAPE M048946 v. 2
Reel 16: Chamber Music Concert, 1 of 2, March 5, 1961Add to your cart.
Works: Angels (for seven brass instruments), Carl Ruggles (Conductor: James Tenny); Concerto for Wind Quintet, William Bergsma; Woodwind Quintet, Gunther Schuller; Call Number: TAPE M048021 v. 1
Reel 17: Chamber Music Concert, 2 of 2, March 5, 1961Add to your cart.
Works: Serenata, Goffredo Petrassi; Woodwind Quintet, Leslie Bassett; Call Number: TAPE M048021 v. 2
Reel 18: Choral and Instrument Concert, 1 of 3, March 12, 1961Add to your cart.
Works: Miss Brevis in D, Opus 63, Benjamin Britten; Metanirfosi, Yoritsune Matsudaira; Concerto fot Two Pianos and Instruments , Bruno Maderna; Mater Ora Filium, Arnold Bax; Heiratspost-Kantate (1958), Gerhard Wimberger; Call Number: TAPE M048949 v. 1
Reel 19: Choral and Instrument Concert, 2 of 3, March 12, 1961Add to your cart.
Work: Concerto for Two Pianos and Instruments , Bruno Maderna; Call Number: TAPE M048949 v. 2
Reel 20: Choral and Instrument Concert, 3 of 3, March 12, 1961Add to your cart.
Works: Miss Brevis in D, Opus 63, Benjamin Britten; Metanirfosi, Yoritsune Matsudaira; Concerto for Two Pianos and Instruments , Bruno Maderna; Mater Ora Filium, Arnold Bax; Heiratspost-Kantate (1958), Gerhard Wimberger; Call Number: TAPE M048949 v. 3
Reel 21: Orchestra, Wind Ensemble and Choral Concert, 1 of 3, March, 19, 1961Add to your cart.
Work: Concerto for Violin, Cello, and Orchestra, Op. 38 (1960), Robert Kelley; Call Number: TAPE M048951 v. 1
Reel 22: Orchestra, Wind Ensemble and Choral Concert, 2 of 3, March 19, 1961Add to your cart.
Work: Deserts, Edgard Varese, Call Number: TAPE M048951 v. 2
Reel 23: Orchestra, Wind Ensemble and Choral Concert, 3 of 3, March 19, 1961Add to your cart.
Work: Magnificat (1958), Alan Hovaness; Call Number: TAPE M048951 v. 3
Box 211Add to your cart.
Reel 1: Concert, 1 of 3, April 4, 1961Add to your cart.
Performers: Roman Totenberg, Soulima Stravinsky; Works: Sonata (1943), Aaron Copland; Vier Stucke, Op. 7 (1910), Anton Webern; Due Studi (1946), Luigi Dallapiccola; Phantasy (1949), Arnold Schoenberg; Duo Concertante (1932), Igor Stravinsky; Call Number: TAPE M048952 v.1
Reel 2: Concert, 2 of 3, April 4, 1961Add to your cart.
Performers: Roman Totenberg, Soulima Stravinsky; Works: Sonata (1943), Aaron Copland; Vier Stucke, Op. 7 (1910), Anton Webern; Due Studi(1946), Luigi Dallapiccola; Phantasy (1949), Arnold Schoenberg; Duo Concertante (1932), Igor Stravinsky; Call Number: TAPE M048952 v.2
Reel 3: Concert, 3 of 3, April 4, 1961Add to your cart.
Performers: Roman Totenberg, Soulima Stravinsky; Works: Sonata (1943), Aaron Copland; Vier Stucke, Op. 7 (1910), Anton Webern; Due Studi (1946), Luigi Dallapiccola; Phantasy (1949), Arnold Schoenberg; Duo Concertante (1932), Igor Stravinsky; Call Number: TAPE M048952 v.3
Reel 4: Revelation in the Courthouse Park by Harry Partch, 1 of 3, April 11, 1961Add to your cart.
Work: Revelation in the Courthouse Park by Harry Partch; Conductor: John Garvey (Chorus One, Scene One; Chorus Two, Scene Two; Chorus Three, Scene Three; Chorus Four, Scene Four; Coda); Call Number: TAPE M048981 v. 1
Reel 5: Revelation in the Courthouse Park by Harry Partch, 2 of 3, April 11, 1961Add to your cart.
Work: Revelation in the Courthouse Park by Harry Partch; Conductor: John Garvey (Chorus One, Scene One; Chorus Two, Scene Two; Chorus Three, Scene Three; Chorus Four, Scene Four; Coda); Call Number: TAPE M048981 v. 2
Reel 6: Revelation in the Courthouse Park by Harry Partch, 3 of 3, April 11, 1961Add to your cart.
Work: Revelation in the Courthouse Park by Harry Partch; Conductor: John Garvey (Chorus One, Scene One; Chorus Two, Scene Two; Chorus Three, Scene Three; Chorus Four, Scene Four; Coda); Call Number: TAPE M048981 v. 3
Reel 7: Festival, 1961 (undated)Add to your cart.
Works: Serenata, Goffredo Petrassi; Quintet for Woodwinds, Leslie Bassett; Call Number: TAPE M048948, v.1
Reel 8: Concert The Walden Quartet of the University of Illinois, 1 of 2, March 3, 1963Add to your cart.
Concert The Walden Quartet of the University of Illinois; Performers: Homer Schmitt (violin), John Garvey (viola), Bernard Goodman (violin), Robert Swenson (cello), Phyllis Rappeport (piano); Works: String Quartet, Op. 28, Anton Webern; Pieces for Prepared Piano and Strings, Toshiro Mayuzumi; Five Movements for String Quartet, Op. 5, Anton Webern; String Trio, Op. 45, Arnold Schonberg; Call Number: TAPE M048103, v.1
Reel 9: Concert The Walden Quartet of the University of Illinois, 2 of 2, March 3, 1963Add to your cart.
Concert The Walden Quartet of the University of Illinois; Performers: Homer Schmitt (violin), John Garvey (viola), Bernard Goodman (violin), Robert Swenson (cello), Phyllis Rappeport (piano); Works: String Quartet, Op. 28, Anton Webern; Pieces for Prepared Piano and Strings, Toshiro Mayuzumi; Five Movements for String Quartet, Op. 5, Anton Webern; String Trio, Op. 45, Arnold Schonberg; Call Number: TAPE M048103, v.2
Reel 10: School of Music Concerto for Piano and Seven Instruments, March 3, 1963Add to your cart.
Work: School of Music Concerto for Piano and Seven Instruments, Composer: Robert Erickson; Piano Concerto - Tuesday night rehearsal - Wednesday night rehearsal; Call Number: TAPE M048101
Reel 11: The Hartt Chamber Players, March 8, 1963Add to your cart.
The Hartt Chamber Players; Director: Bertram Turetzky; Performers: Nancy Turetzky (flute and piccolo, Josef Marx (oboe and english horn), Bertram Turetzky (double bass), Jack Kreiselman (clarinet and bass clarinet), Preston Tuttle (speaking voice); Works: Complete With Heat, Robert Ashley; Zwanzig Gruppen, Bo Nilsson; Cinque fframmenti, Donald Martino; Electronic Study II with Solo Contrabass, Charles Whittenberg; Interpolations, Roman Haubenstock-Ramati; Suite im Hexachord (1934), Stefan Wolfe; Concert for Double Bass Alone (1960), Charles Wuorinen; Octet (1961) for Jasper Johns, Cornelius Cardew; Call Number: TAPE M048102
Reel 12: Concert Improvisation and Indeterminacy, 1 of 2, March 9, 1963Add to your cart.
Take 1 Afternoon Rehearsal; Works: Concerto for Piano and Seven Instruments, Composer: Robert Erickson (Conductor: Jack McKenzie), (Piano cadenza, Group Cadenza, Finale); Call Number: TAPE M048100 v.1
Reel 13: Concert Improvisation and Interdeterminacy, 2 of 2Add to your cart.
Take 2 Afternoon Rehearsal; Works: Concerto for Piano and Seven Instruments, Composer: Robert Erickson (Conductor: Jack McKenzie), (Piano cadenza, Group Cadenza, Finale); Call Number: TAPE M048100 v.2
Reel 14: Concert Improvisation and Indeterminacy, 1 of 3, March 9, 1963Add to your cart.
Works: Refrain, Karlheinz Stockhausen; Concerto for Piano and Seven Instruments, Robert Erickson (Conductor: Jack McKenzie); Solo for Voice 2 with Cartridge Music, John Cage; Mandala Music - Improvisation for Three or Four Performers, Loren Rush; Welcome to Whipperginny, Barney Childs (Conductor: Jack McKenzie); Call Number: TAPE M048099, v.1
Reel 15: Concert Improvisation and Indeterminacy, 2 of 3, March 9, 1963Add to your cart.
Works: Refrain, Karlheinz Stockhausen; Concerto for Piano and Seven Instruments, Robert Erickson (Conductor: Jack McKenzie); Solo for Voice 2 with Cartridge Music, John Cage; Mandala Music - Improvisation for Three or Four Performers, Loren Rush; Welcome to Whipperginny, Barney Childs (Conductor: Jack McKenzie); Call Number: TAPE M048099, v.2
Reel 16: Concert Improvisation and Indeterminacy, 3 of 3, March 9, 1963Add to your cart.
Two Takes, Works: Welcome to Whipperginny, Barney Childs (Conductor: Jack McKenzie); Call Number: TAPE M048099, v.3
Reel 17: Jazz Concert The Eric Dolphy Quartet and The University of Illinois Jazz Band, March 10, 1963Add to your cart.
Eric Dolphy Quartet and The University of Illinois Jazz Band: Eric Dolphy (flute, alto saxophone, bass clarinet), Herbie Hancock (piano), Eddie Kahn (bass), J.C. Moses (drums); Unknown composition (partial performance); Darn That Dream - Jim Knapp; Three Shades of Blue - Tom Frederickson. Eric Dolphy Quartet: Softly, As in a Morning Sunrise - Hammerstein, Romberg; Something Sweet, Something Tender - Dolphy; God Bless the Child - Holiday, Herzog; South Street Exit - Dolphy. Call Number: TAPE M048108 v. 1
Reel 18: Chamber Music Concert, 1 of 4, March 15, 1961Add to your cart.
Works: Serenade for Five Instruments, Seymour Shifrin; Concerto por La Violono kun Perkuta Orkestro, Lou Harrison (Conductor: Jack McKenzie); Passover Offering, Yehudi Wyner; Epithalame (Nuptial Song), Andre Jolivet; Call Number: TAPE M048950 v. 1
Reel 19: Chamber Music Concert, 2 of 4, March 15, 1961Add to your cart.
Works: Serenade for Five Instruments, Seymour Shifrin; Concerto por La Violono kun Perkuta Orkestro, Lou Harrison (Conductor: Jack McKenzie); Passover Offering, Yehudi Wyner; Epithalame (Nuptial Song), Andre Jolivet; Call Number: TAPE M048950 v. 2
Reel 20: Chamber Music Concert, 3 of 4, March 15, 1961Add to your cart.
Works: Serenade for Five Instruments, Seymour Shifrin; Concerto por La Violono kun Perkuta Orkestro, Lou Harrison (Conductor: Jack McKenzie); Passover Offering, Yehudi Wyner; Epithalame (Nuptial Song), Andre Jolivet; Call Number: TAPE M048950 v. 3
Reel 21: Chamber Music Concert, 4 of 4, March 15, 1961Add to your cart.
Works: Serenade for Five Instruments, Seymour Shifrin; Concerto por La Violono kun Perkuta Orkestro, Lou Harrison (Conductor: Jack McKenzie); Passover Offering, Yehudi Wyner; Epithalame (Nuptial Song), Andre Jolivet; Call Number: TAPE M048950 v. 4
Reel 22: Chamber and Choral Concert, 1 of 3, March 15, 1963Add to your cart.
Works: La Bocca della Verita, George Rochberg; Tender Buttons (poems by Gertrude Stein), Alan Thomas (written for the 1963 Festival of Contemporary Arts; University of Illinois Women's Glee Club; Conductor: Ralph Woodward); Call Number: TAPE M048106 v. 1
Reel 23: Chamber and Choral Concert, 2 of 3, March 15, 1963Add to your cart.
Work: Double Quintet, Gunther Schuller (Conductor: John Garvey); Call Number: TAPE M048106 v. 2
Box 212Add to your cart.
Reel 1: Chamber and Choral Concert, 3 of 3, March 15, 1963Add to your cart.
Work: Les Noces (The Wedding), Igor Stravinsky (University of Illinois Concert Choir; Conductor: Harold Decker); Call Number: TAPE M048106 v. 3
Reel 2: The Contemporary Chamber Ensemble, 1 of 3, March 17, 1963Add to your cart.
Conductor: Arthur Weisberg; Works: Light Spirit, Michael Colgrass; Vision and Prayer for Soprano and Tape, Milton Babbitt; Music for Flute, Viola, Guitar, and Percussion, William Sydeman; Le Marteau sans Maitre, Pierre Boulez; Call Number: TAPE M048105 v. 1
Reel 3: The Contemporary Chamber Ensemble, 2 of 3, March 17, 1963Add to your cart.
Conductor: Arthur Weisberg; Works: Light Spirit, Michael Colgrass; Vision and Prayer for Soprano and Tape, Milton Babbitt; Music for Flute, Viola, Guitar, and Percussion, William Sydeman; Le Marteau sans Maitre, Pierre Boulez; Call Number: TAPE M015345 v. 2
Reel 4: The Contemporary Chamber Ensemble, 3 of 3, March 17, 1963Add to your cart.
Light Spirit, Michael Colgrass; Vision and Prayer for Soprano and Tape (text by Dylan Thomas), Milton Babbitt; Music for Flute, Viola, Guitar, and Percussion, William Sydeman; Le Marteau sans Maitre, Pierre Boulez (Conductor: Arthur Weisberg). Call Number: TAPE M015354 v. 3
Reel 5: Chamber Music Concert, 1 of 3, March 22, 1963Add to your cart.
Works: Refrains and Choruses (1959), Harrison Birtwistle (University of Illinois Woodwind Quintet); Palatine Songs (1957), Russell Smith (Conductor: George Hunter); Call Number: TAPE M048104 v. 1
Reel 6: Chamber Music Concert, 2 of 3, March 22, 1963Add to your cart.
Work: Sonata Concertante (1952), Leon Kirchner; Call Number: TAPE M048104 v. 2
Reel 7: Chamber Music Concert, 3 of 3, March 22, 1963Add to your cart.
Work: Metaphors, Chou Wen-chung (University of Illinois Wind Ensemble; Conductor: Robert Gray); Call Number: TAPE M048104 v. 3
Reel 8: Orchestral and Choral Concert, 1 of 3, March 24, 1963Add to your cart.
Works: Variazioni per orchestra (1954), Luigi Dallapiccola; Decoration Day (from "Holidays in a Connecticut Country Town"), Charles Ives; Perspectives in a Labyrinth for Triple String Orchestra, Burrill Phillips (Written for the 1963 Festival of Contemporary Arts; The University of Illinois Symphony Orchestra; Conductor: Bernard Goodman); Oiseaux Exotiques pour piano solo et petit orchestre (1956), Olivier Messiaen (Performers: Stanley Fletcher, The University of Illinois Wind Ensemble; Conductor: Robert Gray); Cantata Profana (1930), Bela Bartok (Performers: James Bailey, Bruce Foote, The University of Illinois Oratorio Society, The University of Illinois Symphony Orchestra; Conductor: Harold Decker); Call Number: TAPE M048109 v. 1
Reel 9: Orchestral and Choral Concert, 2 of 3, March 24, 1963Add to your cart.
Works: Variazioni per orchestra (1954), Luigi Dallapiccola; Decoration Day (from "Holidays in a Connecticut Country Town"), Charles Ives; Perspectives in a Labyrinth for Triple String Orchestra, Burrill Phillips (Written for the 1963 Festival of Contemporary Arts; The University of Illinois Symphony Orchestra; Conductor: Bernard Goodman); Oiseaux Exotiques pour piano solo et petit orchestre (1956), Olivier Messiaen (Performers: Stanley Fletcher, The University of Illinois Wind Ensemble; Conductor: Robert Gray); Cantata Profana (1930), Bela Bartok (Performers: James Bailey, Bruce Foote, The University of Illinois Oratorio Society, The University of Illinois Symphony Orchestra; Conductor: Harold Decker); Call Number: TAPE M048109 v. 2
Reel 10: Orchestral and Choral Concert, 3 of 3, March 24, 1963Add to your cart.
Works: Variazioni per orchestra (1954), Luigi Dallapiccola; Decoration Day (from "Holidays in a Connecticut Country Town"), Charles Ives; Perspectives in a Labyrinth for Triple String Orchestra, Burrill Phillips (Written for the 1963 Festival of Contemporary Arts; The University of Illinois Symphony Orchestra; Conductor: Bernard Goodman); Oiseaux Exotiques pour piano solo et petit orchestre (1956), Olivier Messiaen (Performers: Stanley Fletcher, The University of Illinois Wind Ensemble; Conductor: Robert Gray); Cantata Profana (1930), Bela Bartok (Performers: James Bailey, Bruce Foote, The University of Illinois Oratorio Society, The University of Illinois Symphony Orchestra; Conductor: Harold Decker); Call Number: TAPE M048109 v. 3
Reel 11: Recital, 1 of 2, March 24, 1963Add to your cart.
Works: Marilyn Mason, Organist; Works: Flourish and Fugue, John Cook; Quiet Design, Norman Lockwood; Suite for Organ, Edmund Haines; Fantasy, Ross Lee Finney; Variations on a Recitative, Op. 40, Arnold Schoenberg; "Aedeste Fidelis" in an Organ Prelude, Charles Ives; Variations on "America", Charles Ives; Concertante No. 3 for Organ and Percussion, Daniel Pinkham; Suite Op. 70 for Organ, Paul Creston; Call Number Tape M048110, v. 1.
Reel 12: Recital, 2 of 2, March 24, 1962Add to your cart.
Works: Marilyn Mason, Organist; Works: Flourish and Fugue, John Cook; Quiet Design, Norman Lockwood; Suite for Organ, Edmund Haines; Fantasy, Ross Lee Finney; Variations on a Recitative, Op. 40, Arnold Schonberg; "Aedeste Fidelis" in an Organ Prelude, Charles Ives; Variations on "America", Charles Ives; Concertante No. 3 for Organ and Percussion, Daniel Pinkham; Suite Op. 70 for Organ, Paul Creston; Call Number Tape M048110, v. 2.
Reel 13: Chamber Music Concert, 1 of 4, March 7, 1965Add to your cart.
Works: Duo for Violin and Piano, Roger Sessions; String Quartet No. 2; String Quartet No. 2, Elliot Carter (Walden String Quartet); Eight Etudes and a Fantasy, Elliot Carter; Sextet for Stringed Instruments, Walter Piston. Call Number M048133, v. 1.
Reel 14: Chamber Music Concert, 2 of 4, March 7, 1965Add to your cart.
Works: Duo for Violin and Piano, Roger Sessions; String Quartet No. 2; String Quartet No. 2, Elliot Carter (Walden String Quartet); Eight Etudes and a Fantasy, Elliot Carter; Sextet for Stringed Instruments, Walter Piston. Call Number M048133, v. 2.
Reel 15: Chamber Music Concert, 3 of 4, March 7, 1965Add to your cart.
Works: Duo for Violin and Piano, Roger Sessions; String Quartet No. 2; String Quartet No. 2, Elliot Carter (Walden String Quartet); Eight Etudes and a Fantasy, Elliot Carter; Sextet for Stringed Instruments, Walter Piston. Call Number M048133, v. 3.
Reel 16: Chamber Music Concert, 4 of 4, March 7, 1965Add to your cart.
Works: Duo for Violin and Piano, Roger Sessions; String Quartet No. 2; String Quartet No. 2, Elliot Carter (Walden String Quartet); Eight Etudes and a Fantasy, Elliot Carter; Sextet for Stringed Instruments, Walter Piston. Call Number M048133, v. 4.
Reel 17: Chamber Music Concert, 1 of 3, March 12, 1965Add to your cart.
Works: String Quartet, Krzystof Penderecki; Fourth Violin Sonata: "Children's Day at the Camp Meeting", Charles Ives; Music for FIve Instruments, Thomas Fredrickson (Conductor: Salvatore Martirano); Second Electronic Setting, Mel Powell; Events, Mel Powell; Machine Music for Piano, Percussion and Two-Channel Tape Recorder, Lejaren Hiller. Call Number: TAPE M048969 v.1
Reel 18: Chamber Music Concert, 2 of 3, March 12, 1965Add to your cart.
Works: String Quartet, Krzystof Penderecki; Fourth Violin Sonata: "Children's Day at the Camp Meeting", Charles Ives; Music for FIve Instruments, Thomas Fredrickson (Conductor: Salvatore Martirano); Second Electronic Setting, Mel Powell; Events, Mel Powell; Machine Music for Piano, Percussion and Two-Channel Tape Recorder, Lejaren Hiller. Call Number: TAPE M048969 v.2
Reel 19: Chamber Music Concert, 3 of 3, March 12, 1965Add to your cart.
Works: String Quartet, Krzystof Penderecki; Fourth Violin Sonata: "Children's Day at the Camp Meeting", Charles Ives; Music for FIve Instruments, Thomas Fredrickson (Conductor: Salvatore Martirano); Second Electronic Setting, Mel Powell; Events, Mel Powell; Machine Music for Piano, Percussion and Two-Channel Tape Recorder, Lejaren Hiller. Call Number: TAPE M048969 v.3
Reel 20: Chamber Orchestra and Jazz Band Concert, 1 of 4, March 13, 1965Add to your cart.
Works: Sonoriferous Loops, Herbert Brun (conductor: Herbert Brun); Five Neapolitan Songs, Hans Werner Henze (Performer: Helen Hamm, soprano; Conductor: John Garvey; The University of Illinois Chamber Orchestra); All Set, Milton Babbitt (Conductor: Kenneth Gaburo); Untitled Work, James Knapp (University of Illinois Jazz Band; Leader: John Garvey); Ebony Concerto, Igor Stravinsky (Performer: Willis Coggins; University of Illinois Jazz Band; Leader: John Garvey). Call Number: TAPE M048971 v. 1
Reel 21: Chamber Orchestra and Jazz Band Concert, 2 of 4, March 13, 1965Add to your cart.
Works: Sonoriferous Loops, Herbert Brun (conductor: Herbert Brun); Five Neapolitan Songs, Hans Werner Henze (Performer: Helen Hamm, soprano; Conductor: John Garvey; The University of Illinois Chamber Orchestra); All Set, Milton Babbitt (Conductor: Kenneth Gaburo); Untitled Work, James Knapp (University of Illinois Jazz Band; Leader: John Garvey); Ebony Concerto, Igor Stravinsky (Performer: Willis Coggins; University of Illinois Jazz Band; Leader: John Garvey). Call Number: TAPE M048971 v. 2
Reel 22: Chamber Orchestra and Jazz Band Concert, 3 of 4, March 13, 1965Add to your cart.
Works: Sonoriferous Loops, Herbert Brun (conductor: Herbert Brun); Five Neapolitan Songs, Hans Werner Henze (Performer: Helen Hamm, soprano; Conductor: John Garvey; The University of Illinois Chamber Orchestra); All Set, Milton Babbitt (Conductor: Kenneth Gaburo); Untitled Work, James Knapp (University of Illinois Jazz Band; Leader: John Garvey); Ebony Concerto, Igor Stravinsky (Performer: Willis Coggins; University of Illinois Jazz Band; Leader: John Garvey). Call Number: TAPE M048971 v. 3
Reel 23: Chamber Orchestra and Jazz Band Concert, 4 of 4, March 13, 1965Add to your cart.
Works: Sonoriferous Loops, Herbert Brun (conductor: Herbert Brun); Five Neapolitan Songs, Hans Werner Henze (Performer: Helen Hamm, soprano; Conductor: John Garvey; The University of Illinois Chamber Orchestra); All Set, Milton Babbitt (Conductor: Kenneth Gaburo); Untitled Work, James Knapp (University of Illinois Jazz Band; Leader: John Garvey); Ebony Concerto, Igor Stravinsky (Performer: Willis Coggins; University of Illinois Jazz Band; Leader: John Garvey). Call Number: TAPE M048971 v. 4
Box 213Add to your cart.
Reel 1: Choral, Percussion, and Theater Works, 1 of 6, March 18, 1965Add to your cart.
Works: O, O, O, O, That Shakespeherian Rag, Salvatore Martirano (University Choir and Madrigal Singers). Call number: TAPE M048972, v. 1
Reel 2: Choral, Percussion, and Theater Works, 2 of 6, March 18, 1965Add to your cart.
Works: O, O, O, O, That Shakespeherian Rag, Salvatore Martirano (University Choir and Madrigal Singers). Call number: TAPE M048972, v. 2
Reel 3: Choral, Percussion, and Theater Works, 3 of 6, March 18, 1965Add to your cart.
Works: Night Music I, George Crumb (Performers: Mary Burdette, contralto; Dean Sanders, piano; Fred Fairchild, percussion; Michael Rosen, percussion; Jack McKenzie, conductor). Call number: TAPE M048972, v. 3.
Reel 4: Choral, Percussion, and Theater Works, 4 of 6, ca March 18, 1965Add to your cart.
Work: Sur Scene in Saturday's Rehearsal. Call number: TAPE M048972, v. 4.
Reel 5: Choral, Percussion, and Theater Works, 5 of 6, ca March 18, 1965Add to your cart.
Work: Sur Scene Sunday Dress Rehearsal. Call number: TAPE M048972, v. 5.
Reel 6: Choral, Percussion, and Theater Works, 6 of 6, March 18, 1965Add to your cart.
Work: Sur Scene, Mauricio Kagel (Performers: Royal MacDonald, lecturer; William Hug, mime; David Barron, baritone; John Dutton, musician I; Lee Rosen, musician II; Donald Andrus, musician III; Burt Levy, tape recorder I; Carl Volkers, lighting and tape preparation; James Campbell, technical supervisor; Theodore Herstand, director; Mauricio Kagel, production consultant.) Call number: TAPE M048972, v. 6.
Reel 7: University Symphony Orchestra, University of Illinois Wind Ensemble, Chamber Music Ensembles, 1 of 7, March 19, 1965Add to your cart.
Works: Letter to the World (a suite from the ballet), Hunter Johnson; Deserts, Edgar Varese; Differences, Luciano Berio; Concert for Piano, John Cage (Performers: University of Illinois Symphony Orchestra, Wind Ensemble, Chamber Music Ensembles). Call number: TAPE M048973, vol. 1.
Reel 8: University Symphony Orchestra, University of Illinois Wind Ensemble, Chamber Music Ensembles, 2 of 7, March 19, 1965Add to your cart.
Works: Letter to the World (a suite from the ballet), Hunter Johnson; Deserts, Edgar Varese; Differences, Luciano Berio; Concert for Piano, John Cage (Performers: University of Illinois Symphony Orchestra, Wind Ensemble, Chamber Music Ensembles). Call number: TAPE M048973, vol. 2.
Reel 9: University Symphony Orchestra, University of Illinois Wind Ensemble, Chamber Music Ensembles, 3 of 7, ca. March 19, 1965Add to your cart.
Work: Friday Rehearsal. Call number: TAPE M048973, vol. 3.
Reel 10: University Symphony Orchestra, University of Illinois Wind Ensemble, Chamber Music Ensembles, 4 of 7, March 19, 1965Add to your cart.
Work: Deserts, Edgar Varese. Call number: TAPE M048973, vol. 4.
Reel 11: University Symphony Orchestra, University of Illinois Wind Ensemble, Chamber Music Ensembles, 5 of 7, March 19, 1965Add to your cart.
Work: Deserts, Edgar Varese. Call number: TAPE M048973, vol. 5.
Reel 12: University Symphony Orchestra, University of Illinois Wind Ensemble, Chamber Music Ensembles, 6 of 7, March 19, 1965Add to your cart.
Work: Deserts, Edgar Varese; Call Number: TAPE MO48973, vol. 6
Reel 13: University Symphony Orchestra, University of Illinois Wind Ensemble, Chamber Music Ensembles, 7 of 7, March 19, 1965Add to your cart.
Work: Wednesday Rehearsal of Desert, Edgar Varese; Call number: TAPE MO48973, vol. 7
Reel 14: John Cage Lecture, 1 of 3, March 20, 1965Add to your cart.
Work: Lecture: 45' for Speaker, John Cage: Call Number: M015346
Reel 15: John Cage Lecture, 2 of 3, March 20, 1965Add to your cart.
Work: Lecture: 45' for Speaker, John Cage; Call Number: M015346
Reel 16: John Cage Lecture, 3 of 3, March 20, 1965Add to your cart.
Work: 0'0", John Cage; Call Number: M015346
Reel 17: The Oratorio Society, The Concert Choir, The University Symphony Orchestra, The Faculty Chamber Orchestra, The University of Illinois Boys' Choir, 1 of 2, March 20-21, 1965Add to your cart.
Work: War Requiem Opus 66, Benjamin Britten (Conductors: Harold A. Decker, Bernard Goodman, Robert Smith); Call Number: M048975 v. 1
Reel 18: The Oratorio Society, The Concert Choir, The University Symphony Orchestra, The Faculty Chamber Orchestra, The University of Illinois Boys' Choir, 2 of 2, March 20-21, 1965Add to your cart.
Work: War Requiem Opus 66, Benjamin Britten (Conductors: Harold A. Decker, Bernard Goodman, Robert Smith); Call Number: M048975 v. 2
Reel 19: The Hydrogen Jukebox. Premiere. A Play with Electronic and Pre-Recorded Music. 1 of 3, March 31, 1965Add to your cart.
Work: The Hydrogen Jukebox, (Play: Schochen, Music: Gaburo); Call Number: TAPE M048093 v. 1
Reel 20: The Hydrogen Jukebox. Premiere. A Play with Electronic and Pre-Recorded Music. 2 of 3, March 31, 1965Add to your cart.
Work: The Hydrogen Jukebox, (Play: Schochen, Music: Gaburo); Call Number: TAPE M048093 v. 2
Reel 21: The Hydrogen Jukebox. Premiere. A Play with Electronic and Pre-Recorded Music. 3 of 3, March 31, 1965Add to your cart.
Work: The Hydrogen Jukebox, (Play: Schochen, Music: Gaburo); Call Number: TAPE M048093 v. 3
Reel 22: The Hydrogen Jukebox. Premiere. A Play with Electronic and Pre-Recorded Music. 1 of 3, April 2, 1965Add to your cart.
Work: The Hydrogen Jukebox, (Play: Schochen, Music: Gaburo); Call Number: TAPE M048094 v. 1
Reel 23: The Hydrogen Jukebox. Premiere. A Play with Electronic and Pre-Recorded Music. 2 of 3, April 2, 1965Add to your cart.
Work: The Hydrogen Jukebox, (Play: Schochen, Music: Gaburo); Call Number: TAPE M048094 v. 2
Box 214Add to your cart.
Reel 1: The Hydrogen Jukebox. Premiere. A Play with Electronic and Pre-Recorded Music. 3 of 3, April 2, 1965Add to your cart.
Work: The Hydrogen Jukebox, (Play: Schochen, Music: Gaburo); Call Number: TAPE M048094 v. 3
Reel 2: The Hydrogen Jukebox, 1 of 3, April 3, 1965Add to your cart.
Work: The Hydrogen Jukebox, (Play: Schochen, Music: Gaburo); Call Number: TAPE M048095 v.1
Reel 3: The Hydrogen Jukebox, 2 of 3, April 3, 1965Add to your cart.
Work: The Hydrogen Jukebox, (Play: Schochen, Music: Gaburo); Call Number TAPE M048095 v.2
Reel 4: The Hydrogen Jukebox, 3 of 3, April 3, 1965Add to your cart.
Work: The Hydrogen Jukebox, (Play: Schochen, Music: Gaburo); Call Number: TAPE M048095
Reel 5: Lecture: Music in Present-Day Poland, 1 of 4, 1965 (Undated)Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Work: Lecture: Music in Present-Day Poland, Patkowski (Performer: Josef Patkowski); Call Number: TAPE M048082
Reel 6: Lecture: Music in Present-Day Poland, 2 of 4, 1965 (Undated)Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Works: Lecture: Music in Present-Day Poland, Patkowski; Introduction, Lejaren Hiller; Mikrostruktury, W. Kotonski; Le grand combat, W. Lutoslawski; Freski/I/, K. Serocki; Polimorfia, K. Penderecki; Aforyzmy 9, B. Szabelski; Spiewy instrumentalne, H. Gorecki; 1.z 4 Utworow na trio, B. Schaffer; Call Number: TAPE M048082a v.1
Reel 7: Lecture: Music in Present-Day Poland, 3 of 4, 1965 (Undated)Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Works: Lecture: Music in Present-Day Poland, Patkowski; Introduction, Lejaren Hiller; Mikrostruktury, W. Kotonski; Le grand combat, W. Lutoslawski; Freski/I/, K. Serocki; Polimorfia, K. Penderecki; Aforyzmy 9, B. Szabelski; Spiewy instrumentalne, H. Gorecki; 1.z 4 Utworow na trio, Boguslaw Schaffer; Etiuda, W. Kotonski; Psalmus, K. Penderecki; Muzyka na tasme nr. 1, A. Dobrowolski; Call Number: TAPE M048082a v.2
Reel 8: Lecture: Music in Present-Day Poland, 4 of 4, 1965 (Undated)Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Works: Lecture: Music in Present-Day Poland, Patkowski; Examples of Electronic Music from "Polskie Radio/Telewizja Studio Exsperymentialne"; Call Number: TAPE M048082a v. 3
Reel 9: The Good Soldier Schweik, 1 of 4, February 24, 1967Add to your cart.
Work: The Good Soldier Schweik, (Music: Robert Kurka, Text: Lewis Allen, Director: Ludwig Zirner, Performers: University of Illinois Opera Group, University of Illinois Wind Ensemble); Call Number: TAPE M048976 v.1
Reel 10: The Good Soldier Schweik, 2 of 4, February 24, 1967Add to your cart.
Work: The Good Soldier Schweik, (Music: Robert Kurka, Text: Lewis Allen, Director: Ludwig Zirner, Performers: University of Illinois Opera Group, University of Illinois Wind Ensemble); Call Number: TAPE M048976 v. 2
Reel 11: The Good Soldier Schweik, 3 of 4, February 24, 1967Add to your cart.
Work: The Good Soldier Schweik, (Music: Robert Kurka, Text: Lewis Allen, Director: Ludwig Zirner, Performers: University of Illinois Opera Group, University of Illinois Wind Ensemble); Call Number: TAPE M048976 v. 3
Reel 12: The Good Soldier Schweik, 4 of 4, February 24, 1967Add to your cart.
Work: The Good Soldier Schweik, (Music: Robert Kurka, Text: Lewis Allen, Director: Ludwig Zirner, Performers: University of Illinois Opera Group, University of Illinois Wind Ensemble); Call Number: TAPE M048976 v. 4
Reel 13: Festival Lecture by Cardew, 1 of 2, February 25, 1967Add to your cart.
Work: Lecture, Cardew; Call Number: TAPE M04877 v. 1
Reel 14: Festival Lecture by Cardew, 2 of 2, February 25, 1967Add to your cart.
Work: Performance, Cardew; Call Number: TAPE M048977 v. 2
Reel 15: Festival Lecture by Cardew, 1 of 2, February 25, 1967Add to your cart.
Work: Lecture, Cardew; Call Number: TAPE M015348 v. 1
Reel 16: Festival Lecture by Cardew, 2 of 2, February 25, 1967Add to your cart.
Work: Performance, Cardew; Call Number: TAPE M015348 v. 2
Reel 17: Chamber Music Concert, 1 of 2, February 25, 1967Add to your cart.
Works: Doubles, Franco Donatoni (Performer: Daneil McEvilly); Time Cycle, Lukas Foss; Composition 1960, #13, La Monte Young; Call Number: TAPE M048978 v. 1
Reel 18: Chamber Music Concert, 2 of 2, February 25, 1967Add to your cart.
Works: Poem VI for Alto Flute, Metal, and Wood; David Gilbert; Match fuer drei Spieler, Mauricio Kagel; Call Number: TAPE M048978 v. 2
Reel 19: Chamber Music Concert, February 25, 1967Add to your cart.
Works: Chamber Music Concert;  Call Number: TAPE M060717
Reel 20: The Good Soldier Schweik, 1 of 4, February 26, 1967Add to your cart.
Work: The Good Soldier Schweik, (Music: Robert Kurka, Text: Lewis Allen, Director: Ludwig Zirner, Performers: University of Illinois Opera Group, University of Illinois Wind Ensemble); Call Number: TAPE M048976 c. 2 v.1
Reel 21: The Good Soldier Schweik, 2 of 4, February 26, 1967Add to your cart.
Work: The Good Soldier Schweik, (Music: Robert Kurka, Text: Lewis Allen, Director: Ludwig Zirner, Performers: University of Illinois Opera Group, University of Illinois Wind Ensemble); Call Number: TAPE M048976 c. 2 v. 2
Reel 22: The Good Soldier Schweik, 3 of 4, February 26, 1967Add to your cart.
Work: The Good Soldier Schweik, (Music: Robert Kurka, Text: Lewis Allen, Director: Ludwig Zirner, Performers: University of Illinois Opera Group, University of Illinois Wind Ensemble); Call Number: TAPE M048976 c. 2 v. 3
Reel 23: The Good Soldier Schweik, 4 of 4, February 26, 1967Add to your cart.
Work: The Good Soldier Schweik, (Music: Robert Kurka, Text: Lewis Allen, Director: Ludwig Zirner, Performers: University of Illinois Opera Group, University of Illinois Wind Ensemble); Call Number: TAPE M048976 c. 2 v. 4
Box 215Add to your cart.
Reel 1: Music Theatre Light, 1 of 2, March 3, 1967Add to your cart.
Music Theatre Light: An Evening with Pauline Oliveros and Anthony Martin; Works: George Washington Slept Here Too; Engineer's Delight, for Piccolo and Seven Conductors (Conductors; Herbert Brun, James Campbell, Charles Hamm, Lejaren Hiller, Benjamin Johnson, Royal MacDonald, Jack McKenzie) ; Circuitry for Percussion; Call Number TAPE M08979 v. 1
Reel 2: Music Theatre Light, 2 of 2, March 3, 1967Add to your cart.
Music Theatre Light: An Evening with Pauline Oliveros and Anthony Martin; Works: George Washington Slept Here Too; Engineer's Delight, for Piccolo and Seven Conductors (Conductors; Herbert Brun, James Campbell, Charles Hamm, Lejaren Hiller, Benjamin Johnson, Royal MacDonald, Jack McKenzie) ; Circuitry for Percussion; Call Number TAPE M08979 v. 2
Reel 3: Concert, 1 of 2, March 5, 1967Add to your cart.
Works: Rhapsody for Clarinet, Violin, and Piano, Michael Cograss; For Franz Kline, Morton Feldman (Conductor: G. Allan O'Connor); Stabat Mater, Krzysztof Penderecki (Conductor: Harold Decker); Chamber Piece for Fourteen Players, Stefan Wolpe (Conductor: Herbert Brun); The King of Denmark, Martin Feldman (Conductor: G. Allan O'Conner); Antiphony III (Pearl White Moments) for 16 Singers, Kenneth Gaburo (Performer: The New Music Chorale Ensemble; Conductor: Kenneth Gaburo); Call Number TAPE M049066 v. 1
Reel 4: Concert, 2 of 2, March 5, 1967Add to your cart.
Works: Rhapsody for Clarinet, Violin, and Piano, Michael Cograss; For Franz Kline, Morton Feldman (Conductor: G. Allan O'Connor); Stabat Mater, Krzysztof Penderecki (Conductor: Harold Decker); Chamber Piece for Fourteen Players, Stefan Wolpe (Conductor: Herbert Brun); The King of Denmark, Martin Feldman (Conductor: G. Allan O'Conner); Antiphony III (Pearl White Moments) for 16 Singers, Kenneth Gaburo (Performer: The New Music Chorale Ensemble; Conductor: Kenneth Gaburo); Call Number TAPE M049066 v. 2
Reel 5: Music for Trombone, 1 of 2, March 10, 1967Add to your cart.
Performers: Stuart Dempster (trombone); Works: Music for Trombone and Piano, Barney Childs; Solo for Sliding Trombone, John Cage; Ricercare 'a 5 for Trombone, Robert Erickson; Sequenza V for Solo Trombone, Luciano Berio; Theatre Piece, Music: Pauline Oliveros, Choreography: Elizabeth Harris; Call Number TAPE M049065 v. 1
Reel 6: Music for Trombone, 2 of 2, March 10, 1967Add to your cart.
Performers: Stuart Dempster (trombone); Works: Music for Trombone and Piano, Barney Childs; Solo for Sliding Trombone, John Cage; Ricercare 'a 5 for Trombone, Robert Erickson; Sequenza V for Solo Trombone, Luciano Berio; Theatre Piece, Music: Pauline Oliveros, Choreography: Elizabeth Harris; Call Number TAPE M049065 v. 2
Reel 7: Concert, 1 of 4, March 11, 1967Add to your cart.
Works: String Trio, Goffredo Petrassi; Woodwind Quintet, Wlodzimierz Kotonski (Performers: Faculty Woodwind Quintet); Three Madrigals, George Crumb (Conductor: Jack McKenzie), Grindlemusic (Sonata for Microtonal Piano), Benjamin Johnson (Performer: Claire Richards, microtonal piano); Hex: An Ellipsis for Trumpet, Instruments, and Tape, Emanuel Ghent (Performers: Alvin Lowrey, trumpet; the Ghent Ensble; Conductor: Salvatore Martirano); Call Number TAPE m049063 v. 1
Reel 8: Concert, 2 of 4, March 11, 1967Add to your cart.
Works: String Trio, Goffredo Petrassi; Woodwind Quintet, Wlodzimierz Kotonski (Performers: Faculty Woodwind Quintet); Three Madrigals, George Crumb (Conductor: Jack McKenzie), Grindlemusic (Sonata for Microtonal Piano), Benjamin Johnson (Performer: Claire Richards, microtonal piano); Hex: An Ellipsis for Trumpet, Instruments, and Tape, Emanuel Ghent (Performers: Alvin Lowrey, trumpet; the Ghent Ensble; Conductor: Salvatore Martirano); Call Number TAPE m049063 v. 2
Reel 9: Concert, 3 of 4, March 11, 1967Add to your cart.
Works: String Trio, Goffredo Petrassi; Woodwind Quintet, Wlodzimierz Kotonski (Performers: Faculty Woodwind Quintet); Three Madrigals, George Crumb (Conductor: Jack McKenzie), Grindlemusic (Sonata for Microtonal Piano), Benjamin Johnson (Performer: Claire Richards, microtonal piano); Hex: An Ellipsis for Trumpet, Instruments, and Tape, Emanuel Ghent (Performers: Alvin Lowrey, trumpet; the Ghent Ensble; Conductor: Salvatore Martirano); Call Number TAPE m049063 v. 3
Reel 10: Concert, 4 of 4, March 11, 1967Add to your cart.
Works: String Trio, Goffredo Petrassi; Woodwind Quintet, Wlodzimierz Kotonski (Performers: Faculty Woodwind Quintet); Three Madrigals, George Crumb (Conductor: Jack McKenzie), Grindlemusic (Sonata for Microtonal Piano), Benjamin Johnson (Performer: Claire Richards, microtonal piano); Hex: An Ellipsis for Trumpet, Instruments, and Tape, Emanuel Ghent (Performers: Alvin Lowrey, trumpet; the Ghent Ensble; Conductor: Salvatore Martirano); Call Number TAPE m049063 v. 4
Reel 11: Concert, 1 of 2, March 12, 1967Add to your cart.
Performers: University of Illinois Symphony Orchestra, the Madrigal Singers and Assiting Artists; University of Illinois Wind Ensemble; Chamber Choir; Works: Symphony No. 4, Charles Ives; Three Poems of Henry Michaux, Witold Lutoslawski; Call Number TAPE M049 v. 1
Reel 12: Concert, 2 of 2, March 12, 1967Add to your cart.
Performers: University of Illinois Symphony Orchestra, the Madrigal Singers and Assiting Artists; University of Illinois Wind Ensemble; Chamber Choir; Works: Symphony No. 4, Charles Ives; Three Poems of Henry Michaux, Witold Lutoslawski; Call Number TAPE M049 v. 2
Reel 13: Concert, 1 of 2, March 17, 1967Add to your cart.
Works: Cellotape for Cello, Piano, and Tape, Lucien Goethals; Espressione IV, Bernard Rands; String Quartet, Michael von Biel; Aventures, Gyorgy Ligeti; Nouvelles Aventures, Gyorgy Ligeti; Call Number TAPE M049069 v. 1
Reel 14: Concert, 2 of 2, March 17, 1967Add to your cart.
Works: Cellotape for Cello, Piano, and Tape, Lucien Goethals; Espressione IV, Bernard Rands; String Quartet, Michael von Biel; Aventures, Gyorgy Ligeti; Nouvelles Aventures, Gyorgy Ligeti; Call Number TAPE M049069 v. 2
Reel 15: Festival of the Arts, ca March 19, 1967Add to your cart.
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Reel 16: Concert, 1 of 7, March 19, 1967Add to your cart.
Works: Collage + Form for 8 Jazzmen and Orchestra, Boguslaw Schaffer (Conductor: John Garvey); Sara' Dolce Tacere, Luigi Nono (Conductor: Kenneth Gaburo); Suite for Two Pianos and Tape, LeJaren Hiller; The End of the Mime of Nick, Mick, and Maggies (from Finnegan's Wake, by James Joyce), Robert Ericson (Performers: New Music Choral Ensemble; Conductor: Kenneth Gaburo); Three Pieces for Jazz Ensemble, Morgan Powell (Conductor: John Garvey); ", they just...", James Knapp (Conductor: John Garvey); Call Number M049071 v. 1
Reel 17: Concert, 2 of 7, March 19, 1967Add to your cart.
Works: Collage + Form for 8 Jazzmen and Orchestra, Boguslaw Schaffer (Conductor: John Garvey); Sara' Dolce Tacere, Luigi Nono (Conductor: Kenneth Gaburo); Suite for Two Pianos and Tape, LeJaren Hiller; The End of the Mime of Nick, Mick, and Maggies (from Finnegan's Wake, by James Joyce), Robert Ericson (Performers: New Music Choral Ensemble; Conductor: Kenneth Gaburo); Three Pieces for Jazz Ensemble, Morgan Powell (Conductor: John Garvey); ", they just...", James Knapp (Conductor: John Garvey); Call Number M049071 v. 2
Reel 18: Concert, 3 of 7, March 19, 1967Add to your cart.
Works: Collage + Form for 8 Jazzmen and Orchestra, Boguslaw Schaffer (Conductor: John Garvey); Sara' Dolce Tacere, Luigi Nono (Conductor: Kenneth Gaburo); Suite for Two Pianos and Tape, Lejaren Hiller; The End of the Mime of Nick, Mick, and Maggies (from Finnegan's Wake, by James Joyce), Robert Ericson (Performers: New Music Choral Ensemble; Conductor: Kenneth Gaburo); Three Pieces for Jazz Ensemble, Morgan Powell (Conductor: John Garvey); ", they just...", James Knapp (Conductor: John Garvey); Call Number M049071 v. 3
Reel 19: Concert, 4 of 7, March 19, 1967Add to your cart.
Works: Collage + Form for 8 Jazzmen and Orchestra, Boguslaw Schaffer (Conductor: John Garvey); Sara' Dolce Tacere, Luigi Nono (Conductor: Kenneth Gaburo); Suite for Two Pianos and Tape, Lejaren Hiller; The End of the Mime of Nick, Mick, and Maggies (from Finnegan's Wake, by James Joyce), Robert Ericson (Performers: New Music Choral Ensemble; Conductor: Kenneth Gaburo); Three Pieces for Jazz Ensemble, Morgan Powell (Conductor: John Garvey); ", they just...", James Knapp (Conductor: John Garvey); Call Number M049071 v. 4
Reel 20: Concert, 5 of 7, March 19, 1967Add to your cart.
Works: Collage + Form for 8 Jazzmen and Orchestra, Boguslaw Schaffer (Conductor: John Garvey); Sara' Dolce Tacere, Luigi Nono (Conductor: Kenneth Gaburo); Suite for Two Pianos and Tape, Lejaren Hiller; The End of the Mime of Nick, Mick, and Maggies (from Finnegan's Wake, by James Joyce), Robert Ericson (Performers: New Music Choral Ensemble; Conductor: Kenneth Gaburo); Three Pieces for Jazz Ensemble, Morgan Powell (Conductor: John Garvey); ", they just...", James Knapp (Conductor: John Garvey); Call Number M049071 v. 5
Reel 21: Concert, 6 of 7, March 19, 1967Add to your cart.
Works: Collage + Form for 8 Jazzmen and Orchestra, Boguslaw Schaffer (Conductor: John Garvey); Sara' Dolce Tacere, Luigi Nono (Conductor: Kenneth Gaburo); Suite for Two Pianos and Tape, Lejaren Hiller; The End of the Mime of Nick, Mick, and Maggies (from Finnegan's Wake, by James Joyce), Robert Ericson (Performers: New Music Choral Ensemble; Conductor: Kenneth Gaburo); Three Pieces for Jazz Ensemble, Morgan Powell (Conductor: John Garvey); ", they just...", James Knapp (Conductor: John Garvey); Call Number M049071 v. 6
Reel 22: Concert, 7 of 7, March 19, 1967Add to your cart.
Works: Collage + Form for 8 Jazzmen and Orchestra, Boguslaw Schaffer (Conductor: John Garvey); Sara' Dolce Tacere, Luigi Nono (Conductor: Kenneth Gaburo); Suite for Two Pianos and Tape, Lejaren Hiller; The End of the Mime of Nick, Mick, and Maggies (from Finnegan's Wake, by James Joyce), Robert Ericson (Performers: New Music Choral Ensemble; Conductor: Kenneth Gaburo); Three Pieces for Jazz Ensemble, Morgan Powell (Conductor: John Garvey); ", they just...", James Knapp (Conductor: John Garvey); Call Number M049071 v. 7
Reel 23: Pierrot Outtakes, 1 of 3, 1967Add to your cart.
Work: Pierrot (Lunaire), (Arnold Schoenberg); Call Number TAPE M048075 v.1
Box 216Add to your cart.
Reel 1: Pierrot Outtakes, 2 of 3, 1967Add to your cart.
Work: Pierrot (Lunaire), (Arnold Schoenberg); Call Number TAPE M048075 v. 2
Reel 2: Pierrot Outtakes, 3 of 3, 1967Add to your cart.
Work: Pierrot (Lunaire), (Arnold Schoenberg); Call Number TAPE M048075, v. 3
Reel 3: Peter Yeats Lecture, 1 of 2, ca. 1961 or 1965Add to your cart.
Work: Lecture: The American Experimental Tradition: A Chauvinistic Onslaught for the Glorification of American Composers, Peter Yeats; Call Number TAPE M048953 v. 1
Reel 4: Peter Yeats Lecture, 2 of 2, ca. 1961 or 1965Add to your cart.
Work: Lecture: The American Experimental Tradition: A Chauvinistic Onslaught for the Glorification of American Composers, Peter Yeats; Call Number TAPE M048953 v. 2
Reel 5: Rodger Reynolds Lecture, 1 of 2, February 25, 1971Add to your cart.
Work: Lecture: Performer and Audience Relationship, Roger Reynolds; Call Number TAPE M049078 v. 1
Reel 6: Roger Reynolds Lecture, 2 of 2, February 25, 1971Add to your cart.
Work: Lecture: Performer and Audience Relationship, Roger Reynolds; Call Number TAPE M049078 v. 2
Reel 7: Lecture-Demonstration: "The Ecology of the Skin" 1 of 2, March 2, 1971Add to your cart.
Works: Lecture-Demonstration: "The Ecology of the Skin,"  David Rosenboom; Call Number TAPE M060004 v. 1
Reel 8: Lecture-Demonstration: "The Ecology of the Skin" 2 of 2, March 2, 1971Add to your cart.
Works: Lecture-Demonstration: "The Ecology of the Skin,"  David Rosenboom. Call Number TAPE M060004 v. 2
Reel 9: Twentieth Century Music for Violin and Piano, 1 of 2, March 14, 1971Add to your cart.
Works: Six Melodies for Violin and Piano (1950), John Cage; Sextets for Violin and Piano (1966), Milton Babbitt; Prelude Number Four for Piano and Electronic Sounds (1966), Morton Subotnik (Performers: Paul Zukofsky, violin; Gilbert Kalish, piano) Call Number TAPE M060009 v. 1
Reel 10: Twentieth Century Music for Violin and Piano, 2 of 2, March 14, 1971Add to your cart.
Works: Drift for Violin and Tape (1970), Joel Chadabe; Duo (1942), Roger Sessions (Performers: Paul Zukofsky, violin; Gilbert Kalish, piano) Call Number TAPE M060009 v. 2
Reel 11: Three Shapes To Sound: Shape Three, 1 of 2, April 9, 1975Add to your cart.
Works: Three Shapes To Sound: Shape Three. The Last Lullaby, James Sparling; Sonata for Piano (1955), Gordon Binkerd; Links (1974), Stuart Smith; "Juxtaposition" (1974), Rachel Kutten; Tales in Tone (1975), Rob Newell. (Performers: Joel Shapiro, piano; William Olson, narrator, among others) Call Number: TAPE M095767 v.1
Reel 12: Three Shapes To Sound: Shape Three, 2 of 2, April 9, 1975Add to your cart.
Works: Three Shapes To Sound: Shape Three. The Last Lullaby, James Sparling; Sonata for Piano (1955), Gordon Binkerd; Links (1974), Stuart Smith; "Juxtaposition" (1974), Rachel Kutten; Tales in Tone (1975), Rob Newell. (Performers: Joel Shapiro, piano; William Olson, narrator, among others) Call Number: TAPE M095767 v.2
Reel 13: Rose Moon, 1 of 2, February 12, 1978Add to your cart.
Works: Rose Mountain: To Rose Mountain and Anne Kent Rush, Pauline Oliveros (Linda Montano, designer; Sylvia D'Arcangelo, choreographer, Wesleyan Singers, Neely Bruce, director) Call Number: TAPE M069000 v.1
Reel 14: Rose Moon, 2 of 2, February 12, 1978Add to your cart.
Works: Rose Mountain: To Rose Mountain and Anne Kent Rush, Pauline Oliveros (Linda Montano, designer; Sylvia D'Arcangelo, choreographer, Wesleyan Singers, Neely Bruce, director) Call Number: TAPE M069000 v.2
Reel 15: Maple Sugar, 1 of 2, February 17, 1978Add to your cart.
Works: Maple Sugar, Jacqueline Humbert, George Manupelli, and David Rosenboom; Call Number: TAPE M068999 v. 1
Reel 16: Maple Sugar, 2 of 2, February 17, 1978Add to your cart.
Works: Maple Sugar, Jacqueline Humbert, George Manupelli, and David Rosenboom; Call Number: TAPE M068999 v. 2
Reel 17: Jerry Hunt, 1 of 2, February 18, 1978Add to your cart.
Works: Haramand Plane (overlay); Transhelix; Cantegral Segment(s) 7, 17; Cantegral Segment(s) 16, 18; Pounding; Transform (Stream), In Memorium, Clarence Edward Hunt (1912-1977); Kelley: (Drape), Jerry Hunt. Call Number: M068998 v. 1
Reel 18: Jerry Hunt, 2 of 2, February 18, 1978Add to your cart.
Works: Haramand Plane (overlay); Transhelix; Cantegral Segment(s) 7, 17; Cantegral Segment(s) 16, 18; Pounding; Transform (Stream), In Memorium, Clarence Edward Hunt (1912-1977); Kelley: (Drape), Jerry Hunt. Call Number: M068998 v. 2
Reel 19: African Sanctus, 1 of 3, February 19, 1978Add to your cart.
Works: Part One: 1. African Sanctus; 2. Kyrie: Call to Prayer; 3. Gloria: Bride of the Nile; 4. Gredo: Sudanese Dances and Recitations; 5. Love Song; 6. Et in Spiritum Sanctum Intermission: "Ca...Diagramme Pour Orchestre" (composer: Eugene Kurtz); Symphony No. 8 (composer: Roger Sessions); The Seventh Trumpet (composer: Donald Erb) Part Two: 7. Crucifixus: Rain Song; 8. Sanctus: Bwala Dance; 9. The Lord's Prayer; 10. Chants; 11. Agnus Dei; 12. Call to Prayer: Kyrie; 13. Finale and Gloria (Conductor: David Fanshawe). Call Number: TAPE M068997 v. 1
Reel 20: African Sanctus, 2 of 3, February 19, 1978Add to your cart.
Works: Part One: 1. African Sanctus; 2. Kyrie: Call to Prayer; 3. Gloria: Bride of the Nile; 4. Gredo: Sudanese Dances and Recitations; 5. Love Song; 6. Et in Spiritum Sanctum Intermission: "Ca...Diagramme Pour Orchestre" (composer: Eugene Kurtz); Symphony No. 8 (composer: Roger Sessions); The Seventh Trumpet (composer: Donald Erb) Part Two: 7. Crucifixus: Rain Song; 8. Sanctus: Bwala Dance; 9. The Lord's Prayer; 10. Chants; 11. Agnus Dei; 12. Call to Prayer: Kyrie; 13. Finale and Gloria (Conductor: David Fanshawe). Call Number: TAPE M068997 v. 2
Reel 21: African Sanctus, 3 of 3, February 19, 1978Add to your cart.
Works: Part One: 1. African Sanctus; 2. Kyrie: Call to Prayer; 3. Gloria: Bride of the Nile; 4. Gredo: Sudanese Dances and Recitations; 5. Love Song; 6. Et in Spiritum Sanctum Intermission: "Ca...Diagramme Pour Orchestre" (composer: Eugene Kurtz); Symphony No. 8 (composer: Roger Sessions); The Seventh Trumpet (composer: Donald Erb) Part Two: 7. Crucifixus: Rain Song; 8. Sanctus: Bwala Dance; 9. The Lord's Prayer; 10. Chants; 11. Agnus Dei; 12. Call to Prayer: Kyrie; 13. Finale and Gloria (Conductor: David Fanshawe). Call Number: TAPE M068997 v. 3
Reel 22: Robert Aitken, Flute, February 24, 1978Add to your cart.
Works:(Assisted by: Don Baker, Percussion) Down (1972), (composer: Jan W. Morthensen); Shun-san (1969), (Kazuo Fukushima); Piece for Bob (1976), (composer: Norma Beecroft); Calais (1976), (composer: Thorkell Sigurbjornsson); Intermission; Plainsong (1977), (composer: Robert Aitken); Lied (1971), (composer: Heinz Holliger); ...Le Sifflement Des Vents Porteurs De L'Amour (1971), (composer: Gilles Tremblay). Call Number TAPE M068996
Reel 23: Jon Deak, Composer and Contrabass; David Gibson, Composer and Violoncello; Malcom Goldstein, Composer and Violin, 1 of 2, February 25, 1978Add to your cart.
Works: A Flatlander in Colorado, Jon Deak; From the 14th On (1973), Joel Chadabe; Lion's Head (1973), David Gibson; Soundings, Malcom Goldstein; Yosha's Morning Song, Malcom Goldstein; Valentine, David Gibson; John's Brook, David Gibson; Dire Expectations, Jon Deak. Call Number TAPE M048995 v. 1
Box 217Add to your cart.
Reel 1: Jon Deak, Composer and Contrabass; David Gibson, Composer and Violoncello; Malcom Goldstein, Composer and Violin, 2 of 2, February 25, 1978Add to your cart.
Works: A Flatlander in Colorado, Jon Deak; From the 14th On (1973), Joel Chadabe; Lion's Head (1973), David Gibson; Soundings, Malcom Goldstein; Yosha's Morning Song, Malcom Goldstein; Valentine, David Gibson; John's Brook, David Gibson; Dire Expectations, Jon Deak. Call Number TAPE M048995, v. 2
Reel 2: Compositions of Elliott Carter, October 23, 1965Add to your cart.
Works: Two Pieces for Kettledrums (1950) and Woodwind Quintet (1948), Elliott Carter (Performers: Paul Price: tympani; Woodwind Quintet of the University of Illinois: Charles DeLaney, flute; Austin McDowell, clarinet; Marvin Howe, horn; Mary Frances James, bassoon.)  Call Number TAPE M015361
Box 267Add to your cart.
Reel 16: Chamber Music Concert, March 1, 1952Add to your cart.

String Quartet No. 2, Op. 15: Moderato-tranquillo, Giovale, Lento, Allegretto misterioso, Allegro assai (1947) - Benjamin Frankel; String Quartet No. 2, Op. 21: Andante, Andantino, Allegretto, Allegro, Intermezzo, Finale (1939) - Geza Frid

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Call Number: TAPE M048893 v.1
Reel 17: Chamber Music Concert, March 1 and 2, 1952Add to your cart.

Piano Quintet: Allegro comodo, Adagio, Allegro vivo (1949) - Walter Piston; Clarinet Quartet: Moderato, Poco lento, Allegro risoluto (1948) - Alan Rawsthorne; Sonata for Two Pianos: Allegro, Adagio ma non troppo, Allegro vivace (1947) - Charles Jones

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Call Number: TAPE M048893 v.2
Reel 18: Chamber Music Concert, March 2, 1952Add to your cart.

Nonet for Brasses, Op. 49 (1951) - Wallingford Riegger

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Call Number: TAPE M048893 v.3
Reel 19: Chamber Music Concert, March 2 and 6, 1952Add to your cart.

Aubade, Concerto for Piano and Eighteen Instruments: Toccata, Recitative, Rondo, Presto, Recitative, Andante, Allegro, Conclusion (1929) - Francis Poulenc; Sonata da Camera: Mosso e scorrevole, Adagio, Vivace e grazioso (1948) - Goffredo Patrassi; Piano Trio No. 2: Andante-molto rubato, Vivo, Allegretto giocoso (1921) - Willem Pijper; Chamber Concert No. 1, Op. 52: Allegro moderato, Adagio, Allegro (1948) - Niels Viggo Bentzon

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Call Number: TAPE M048893 v.4
Box 268Add to your cart.
Reel 1: Chamber Music, March 14, 1955Add to your cart.

Trio No. 3 for Violin, Cello, and Piano: Allegro con troppo marcato, Con moto moderato, Vivace - Halsey Stevens; Quartet: Andante-Allegro-Adagio - Humphrey Searle

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Call Number: TAPE M048919 v.1
Reel 2: Chamber Music, March 14, 1955Add to your cart.

Night (first performance) - Benjamin Johnston; Sonata for Piano and Percussion: Allegro, Lento sombreroso, Presto - Peggy Glanville-Hicks

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Call Number: TAPE M048919 v.2
Reel 3: Chamber Music (Festival of Contemporary Arts); New York Concert Choir (Star Course), March 14 and March 15, 1955Add to your cart.

Margaret Hillis, New York Concert Choir conductor

Concerto a Tre - Ingolf Dahl; Divine Poems - Bernard Heiden

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Call Number: TAPE M048919 v.3
Reel 4: Kevin Wheeler Interview with Ernst Krenek and Jan Meyerowitz, 1957Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Call Number: TAPE M048929
Reel 5: Duo-Piano Recital, October 19, 1958Add to your cart.

Soulima Stravinsky, piano; Claire Richards, piano

Sonata for Two Pianos and Percussion: Assai lento-Allegro molto, Lento, ma non troppo, Allegro ma non troppo (1937) - Bela Bartok

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Call Number: TAPE M048021 v.3
Reel 6: University of Illinois Symphony Orchestra, March 12, 1967Add to your cart.

Madrigal Singers; University of Illinois Wind Ensemble; Chamber Choir

Symphony No. 4: Prelude-Maestoso, Allegretto, Fugue-Andante Moderato; Largo Maestoso - Charles Ives; Three Poems of Henri Michaux: Pensees, Le Grand Combat, Repos dans le Malheur - Witold Lutoslawski

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Call Number: TAPE M015369
Reel 7: Friday Smorgasbord, February 26, 1971Add to your cart.

The Ineluctable Modality, Edwin London, director

I/O - Roger Reynolds

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Call Number: TAPE M060002 v.1
Reel 8: Friday Smorgasbord, February 26, 1971Add to your cart.

University of Illinois Contemporary Chamber Players, Edwin London, conductor

Domaines - Pierre Boulez

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Call Number: TAPE M060002 v.2
Reel 9: Friday Smorgasbord, February 26, 1971Add to your cart.

Triad - Justin Connolly; Reeding Scripture: Numbers V : 12-31 - Edwin London

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Call Number: TAPE M060002 v.3
Reel 10: Friday Smorgasbord, February 26, 1971Add to your cart.

Willow, Willow - Paul Chihara; Discourses II - Vinko Globokar

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Call Number: TAPE M060002 v.4
Reel 11: Friday Smorgasbord, February 26, 1971Add to your cart.

Concerto for Oboe and Ten Players - Charles Wuorinen

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Call Number: TAPE M060002 v.5
Reel 12: Concert, March 7, 1971Add to your cart.

University of Illinois Percussion Ensemble, Thomas Siwe, conductor; University of Illinois Wind Ensemble, Robert Gray, conductor; Blaine Edlefsen, oboe; Joyce Rosenfield, harp; David Whaley, French horn

For 24 Winds (1966) - Lukas Foss; Capriccio for Oboe, Persussion, and Harp (1967) - Alan Stout; Concerto for Horn Solo and Wind Orchestra (1967) - David Amram;

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Call Number: TAPE M060707 v.1
Reel 13: Concert, March 7, 1971Add to your cart.

University of Illinois Percussion Ensemble, Thomas Siwe, conductor; University of Illinois Wind Ensemble, Robert Gray, conductor; Blaine Edlefsen, oboe; Joyce Rosenfield, harp; David Whaley, French horn

Interactions for Vibraphone and Percussion (1963) - John Bergamo; Music for Winds, Percussion, and Prepared Piano (1966) - Thomas Wirtel

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Call Number: TAPE M060707 v.2
Reel 14: Three Shapes to Sound: Shape Three, April 9, 1975Add to your cart.

Links (1974) - Stuart Smith; Juxaposition (1974) - Rachel Kutten; Tales in Tone: 1. The Tiger and the Master (1975) - Rob Newell

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Call Number: TAPE M095767 v.2
Reel 15: Three Shapes to Sound: Shape Three, April 8 and 9, 1975Add to your cart.
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Call Number: TAPE M095767 v.2 cop.2
Reel 16: Contemporary Orchestral and Choral Music, February 19, 1978Add to your cart.

The Seventh Trumpet (1969) - Donald Erb

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Call Number: TAPE M069077

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