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New Sounds San Jose:
3rd Annual Festival, (Feb. 8, 1981)

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Item Type: Sound Recording Duration: 65 min
Event Type: Music Program Origin: KPFA

The second concert of the Third Annual New Sounds of San Jose, recorded live on February 8, 1981. This year’s concerts featured works by Bay Area composers. In this second of two concerts you will hear works for solo piano by Charles Shere and John Adams, as well as a work for piano and violin by Richard Felciano and a number of songs for soprano, violin and piano by Wayne Peterson.

Musical Selections:  Five Piano Pieces: After Handler of Gravity (1975) (6:41) / Charles Shere -- From and To, With, for violin & piano (1980) (13:11) / Richard Felciano -- Dark Reflections, for soprano, violin & piano [texts by James Joyce, Edna St. Vincent Millay, & Thomas Campbell] (1979) (19:55) / Wayne Peterson -- Phrygian Gates, for solo piano (1976) (24:29) / John Adams
Performers:  Machiko Kobialka, piano (Pieces ; From ; Reflections)
Daniel Kobialka, violin (From ; Reflections)
Anna Carol Dudley, soprano (Reflections)
Mack McCray, piano (Phrygian)
Genres:  20th Century Classical; New Music
Subject:  20th century classical; New music; Piano music; Violin and piano music; Songs (High voice) with violin and piano
People:  Shere, Charles, 1935-; Felciano, Richard; Peterson, Wayne, 1927-; Joyce, James, 1882-1941; Millay, Edna St. Vincent, 1892-1950; Campbell, Thomas, 1777-1844; Adams, John, 1947-; Kobialka, Daniel; Kobialka, Machiko ; Dudley, Anna Carol; McCray, Mack
Recording Date:  2/8/1981
First Broadcast Date:  5/12/1981
 
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