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1. radiOM.org - Morning Concert Music of Janice Giteck (June 19, 1978) [5.128% Popularity: 0.00000]
Morning Concert: Music of Janice Giteck (June 19, 1978) Listen Item Type: Sound Recording Duration: 48 min Event Type: Interview and Music Program Origin: KPFA Recorded in 1978, Charles Amirkhanian interviews composer Janice Giteck about her European tour with the Port Costa Players in which they performed two of her works of ritual and musical theater, “Thunder like a White Bear Dancing,” and “Callin’ Home Coyote.” Giteck discusses the influence that contributed to her work, and the way in which they were received in different parts of Europe. Giteck also mentions her work with Berkeley’s Cazadero Music Camp, which during the Summer provides lectures, concerts, and workshops for adults and youth interested in world music. Musical Selections: Thunder like a White Bear Dancing [ritual based on the Ojibwa Mide Picture Songs] (1977) (14:00) / Janice Giteck - Callin' Home Coyote: a Burlesque [text by Lewis MacAdams] (1978) (9:20) / Janice Giteck Performers: Port Costa Players (Thunder) Thomasa Eckert, soprano (Th...
2. radiOM.org - Two Works by Janice Giteck [5.124% Popularity: 0.00000]
Two Works by Janice Giteck Listen Item Type: Sound Recording Duration: 24 min Event Type: Music Program Origin: KPFA Two pieces by Janice Giteck inspired by her interest in ritual and Native American culture. Ms. Giteck began her career as a Bay Area composer and teacher at the University of California at Berkeley, and later became a member of the faculty at the Cornish Institute of the Arts in Seattle, Washington. The first work heard here, “Thunder like a White Bear Dancing” is a performance ritual based on the Ojibwa Mide Picture Songs and their rituals of initiation for their medicine men. “Callin' Home Coyote” is another theatrical work that draws upon a text by Lewis MacAdams and stories of the Native American trickster god, Coyote, for its inspiration. Performed here by tenor John Duykers, with drumming by Andy Narrell and the additional string bass of Karla Lemon, the work is a fascinating mix of avant-garde vocal techniques and ancient rhythms that is inflected by the humor and wisdom of Native Ameri...
3. radiOM.org - Morning Concert An Interview with Janice Giteck, Dec. 18, 1981 [5.112% Popularity: 0.00000]
Morning Concert: An Interview with Janice Giteck, Dec. 18, 1981 Listen Item Type: Sound Recording Duration: 92 min Event Type: Interview and Music Program Origin: KPFA From a program recorded on December 18, 1981, Charles Amirkhanian interviews composer Janice Giteck about her career and a then, upcoming concert with the San Francisco Symphony. Ms. Giteck began her career as a Bay Area composer and teacher at the University of California at Berkeley, and later became a member of the faculty at the Cornish Institute of the Arts in Seattle, WA., In December 1981 she was back in the Bay Area for the world premiere of her orchestral work “Tree”, which was to be played by members of the San Francisco Symphony under the direction of Edo de Waart as part of the Symphony’s New and Unusual Music series. In addition, Giteck discusses how she has found inspiration for much of her work in the spiritual traditions of Native Americana, Judaism, and other forms of ritual. Part 1 of 2: Musical Selections: Breathing Songs fro...
4. radiOM.org - Morning Concert Spirit Catchers: Laetitia Sonami & Janice Giteck [5.099% Popularity: 0.00000]
Morning Concert: Spirit Catchers: Laetitia Sonami & Janice Giteck Listen Item Type: Sound Recording Duration: 115 min Event Type: Interview and Music Program Origin: KPFA Charles Amirkhanian interviews two outstanding women composers, both of whom have combined their artistic and spiritual lives in search for new meaning, understanding, and creativity. Laetitia de Compiègne Sonami, born in Paris in 1957, studied with composer Eliane Radigue. In 1977 she moved to the United States to study electronic music. She has worked as a recording engineer and performer, and often utilizes electronics of her own making in her compositions. Her electronic works, several of which are heard in the first half of this program, mix extraordinary electronic sounds with selections of texts, songs, music, and ambient sounds, to produce absolutely exquisite and entrancing soundscapes. Janice Giteck studied at Mills College in the 1960s and was one of the last students of Darius Milhaud. She studied further in Paris with Olivier Me...
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