Milton Babbitt / T.J. Anderson / Richard Wernick – The Contemporary Chamber Ensemble, Arthur Weisberg - Spectrum: New American Music, Volume V download mp3 album
Ensemble – The Contemporary Chamber Ensemble. Liner Notes – Charles Wuorinen. Mastered By – Robert C. Ludwig. Kaddish-Requiem" recorded by Phonag Studios, Lindau/Zurich, in cooperation with Elite Recordings, In. New York. Kaddish" tape section recorded at Park Avenue Temple, Bridgeport, Conn. Tape collage realized by the composer at Presser Electronic Studio, University of Pennsylvania.
American composer, born on May 10, 1916, in Philadelphia, died January 29, 2011. Particularly noted for his serial and electronic music, also one of the foremost contributors to the Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center – the principal centre for tape and electronic music in the United States. Anderson, Richard Wernick – The Contemporary Chamber Ensemble, Arthur Weisberg - Spectrum: New American Music, Volume V (LP, Album).
Weisberg founded the Contemporary Chamber Ensemble in 1960 and conducted the ensemble. He has also held posts at the Juilliard School, State University of New York at Stony Brook, Yale School of Music, and Indiana University's Jacobs School of Music. He made several recordings of 20th century music from Arnold Schoenberg (
Anderson (b. 1928) is an African-American composer, conductor, orchestrator and music educator. Sites: tjandersonmusic. Variations: Viewing All . Thomas Jefferson Anderson, Jr. Cleveland Chamber Symphony, Edwin London, Conductor – Wendall Logan , David Baker (3), . Anderson, Dolores White, Leroy Jenkins - The New American Scene II: 5 Distinguished African American Composers (CD, Album).
Featured New Releases. Spectrum: New American Music. All Set, for jazz ensemble. Contemporary Chamber Ensemble, Arthur Weisberg. 8. Kaddish-Requiem (A Secular Service for the Victims of Indochina).
Series: Spectrum: New American Music – IV. Format: Vinyl, L. Engineer, Tape Op – Joanna Nickrenz, Marc J. Aubort. Ensemble – The Contemporary Chamber Ensemble. Flute, Piccolo Flute – Paul Dunkel (tracks: A2a to A2d, B). Harp – Susan Jolles (tracks: A2a to A2d, B).
Milton Byron Babbitt (May 10, 1916 – January 29, 2011) was an American composer, music theorist, and teacher. He is particularly noted for his serial and electronic music. Babbitt was born in Philadelphia (Barkin & Brody 2001) to Albert E. Babbitt and Sarah Potamkin. He was raised in Jackson, Mississippi, and began studying the violin when he was four but soon switched to clarinet and saxophone. Early in his life he was attracted to jazz and theater music
TV-S34515 All set: for jazz ensemble On: Spectrum: New American music Elektra Nonesuch CD 79222-2 (1990) Contemporary Chamber Ensemble; Arthur Weisberg, conductor previously released in 1974 on Elektra Nonesuch H-71303 Compositions Occasional Variations On: Jersey Sessions vol. 2 Composer’s Guild of New Jersey CGNJ1290 (1990) William Anderson, guitar Relata no. 1 On: Works by Diamond, Babbitt, Persichetti. New World Records CD 80396-2 (1990) The Juilliard Orchestra; Paul Zukofsky, conductor Phonemena And Philomel On: Electro Acoustic Music Neuma CD 450-74 (1990) Judith Bettina, soprano String.
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|A1||All Set, For Jazz Ensemble
Composed By – Milton Babbitt
|A2||Variations On A Theme By M. B. Tolson
Composed By – T.J. Anderson
|B1||Kaddish-Requiem (A Secular Service For The Victims Of Indochina)
Composed By – Richard Wernick
- Mastered At – Sterling Sound
- Pressed By – Specialty Records Corporation
- Alto Saxophone – Al Regni* (tracks: B1)
- Artwork [Cover] – Don Brautigam
- Cello, Sitar – Fred Sherry
- Clarinet, Clarinet [Bass] – Allen Blustine
- Conductor – Arthur Weisberg
- Coordinator – Teresa Sterne
- Design, Art Direction – Paula Bisacca
- Double Bass [Contrabass] – Alvin Brehm
- Engineer – Robert Lattmann (tracks: B1)
- Engineer, Edited By [Tape] – Marc J. Aubort
- Engineer, Edited By [Tape], Other [Recording Director] – Joanna Nickrenz
- Engineer, Other [Recording Director] – Helmuth Kolbe* (tracks: B1)
- Ensemble – The Contemporary Chamber Ensemble*
- Liner Notes – Charles Wuorinen
- Mastered By – Robert C. Ludwig*
- Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Jan DeGaetani
- Percussion – Raymond DesRoches*, Richard Fitz
- Piano – Gilbert Kalish
- Piccolo Flute, Flute, Flute [Alto] – Paul Dunkel
- Tenor Saxophone – David Tofani* (tracks: B1)
- Trombone – John Swallow
- Trumpet – Allan Dean
- Vibraphone – Richard Fitz (tracks: B1)
- Violin – Jeanne Benjamin, Linda Quan (tracks: B1)
- Voice [Cantor] – Ramon Gilbert
NotesAddress on bottom sleeve and label: 15 Columbia Circle, New York, N.Y. 10023
Texts And Translations Enclosed.
• "All Set" for alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, trumpet, trombone, contrabass, piano, vibraphone, and percussion.
• "Variations" for mezzo-soprano, alto saxophone, trumpet, trombone, violin, cello, and piano.
• "Kaddish" for mezzo-soprano, cantor, piccolo, flute, alto flute, clarinet, bass clarinet, violin, cello, sitar, piano, and percussion.
Recorded with the assistance of The Martha Baird Rockefeller Fund for Music, Inc.
"Kaddish-Requiem" recorded by Phonag Studios, Lindau/Zurich, in cooperation with Elite Recordings, Inc., New York.
"Kaddish" tape section recorded at Park Avenue Temple, Bridgeport, Conn.
Tape collage realized by the composer at Presser Electronic Studio, University of Pennsylvania.
A Dolby-system recording
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): H-71303-A-1SP
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): H-71303-B-1SP
- Other (Mastering Stamp): Sterling RL
|H-71303||Milton Babbitt / T.J. Anderson / Richard Wernick – The Contemporary Chamber Ensemble*, Arthur Weisberg||Milton Babbitt / T.J. Anderson / Richard Wernick – The Contemporary Chamber Ensemble*, Arthur Weisberg - Spectrum: New American Music, Volume V (LP, Album)||Nonesuch||H-71303||US||1974|