Columbia Group for Contemporary Music; 1963- 1964 Season
Columbia Group for Contemporary Music: 1963-64 Season Program #1 (Part 1) McMillin Theatre, Columbia University Host: Bill Cavness Josquin des Pres: Vive le roi Guillaume Machaut: De toutes fleurs Heinrich Finck: Griener zanner Lukas Foss: Echoi (This is the first performance of the work, written for the group) Arthur Bloom - clarinet Robert Martin - cello Raymond de Roche - percussion Charles Wourinen - piano Intermission Conversation with group founders/directors Charles Wourinen (pianist/composer) & Harvey Sollberger hosted by John Corigliano of WBAI, New York, on the subject of the purposes of the group. (Station break) [second half on second reel] Milton Babbitt: Composition for Four Instruments Harvey Sollberger - flute (unsure of spelling) Doris Allen - violin Arthur Bloom - clarinet Robert Martin - cello Anton Webern: String Trio Op.20 Yoko Matsuda - violin “Tseoko” Aki - viola (unsure of spelling) Robert Martin - cello Bela Bartok: Contrasts Doris Allen - violin Arthur Bloom - clarinet Charles Wourinen - piano Preservation Master 8/00 10” reel 7.5 ips tails Reel #1
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- Chicago: “Columbia Group for Contemporary Music; 1963- 1964 Season,” 04/09/1963, WGBH Media Library & Archives, accessed October 25, 2016, http://openvault.wgbh.org/catalog/A_0B103177192E410689AAE8C9B2455CBE.
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- APA: Columbia Group for Contemporary Music; 1963- 1964 Season. Boston, MA: WGBH Media Library & Archives. Retrieved from http://openvault.wgbh.org/catalog/A_0B103177192E410689AAE8C9B2455CBE