Live performance recordings, 2000-2002 / Elliott Gyger.
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||bit(e) (2001) for flute, bass clarinet, viola and harp
Recorded/performed at: Paine Hall, Harvard University, USA
Performers: Harvard Group for New Music.
|Elliott Gyger||Elliott Gyger||7 mins, 40 sec.|
||Hebrew, Latin, Greek (2002) for soloists, SSAATTBB choir, organ and obbligato double bass||Elliott Gyger||29 mins, 21 sec.|
||The service of clouds (2000) for soprano solo and ensemble||Elliott Gyger||12 mins, 37 sec.|
||Shadow play (2002) for percussion solo||Elliott Gyger||14 mins, 26 sec.|
||Through a glass lightly (2001) for electroacoustic||Elliott Gyger||3 mins, 19 sec.|
Duration: 68 min.
Contents note: The service of clouds -- Through a glass lightly -- Bit(e) -- Hebrew, Latin, Greek -- Shadow play.
Non-commercial recording - for study purposes only.
Liner notes include text of 'The service of clouds' and 'Hebrew, Latin, Greek'.
Performers: Christine Schadeberg (soprano: Service of clouds) ; Efrain Guigui (conductor: Service of clouds) ; Harvard Group for New Music (Bit(e)) ; Susan Gall (flute: Bit(e)) ; Demetrius Spaneus (bass clarinet: Bit(e)) ; Mary Ruth Ray (viola: Bit(e)) ; Virginia Crumb (harp: Bit(e)) ; Elliott Gyger (conductor: Bit(e)) ; Susan Hagen (double bass: Hebrew, Latin, Greek) ; Heinrich Christensen (organ: Hebrew, Latin, Greek) ; The Seraphim Singers (Hebrew, Latin, Greek) ; Jennifer Lester (conductor: Hebrew, Latin, Greek) ; Pablo Rieppi (percussion: Shadow play).
Capture session: Service of clouds recorded at the Composers' Conference, Jewett Arts Center, Wellesley College on 2 August 2000 ; Through a glass lightly realised at Harvard University, Studio for Electro-Acoustic Composition, April 2001 ; Bit(e) recorded at Paine Hall, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass, USA on 17 November 2001 ; Hebrew, Latin, Greek recorded St Paul Church, Harvard Square, Cambridge, Mass, USA on 24 February 2002 ; Shadow play recorded at Riverside Church, New York on 6 October 2002.
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