Mills College - F.W. Olin Library
Mills College - F.W. Olin Library
New York Public Library
This disc contains three versions of Deborah Hay's solo The well, the first two accompanied by Pauline Oliveros, the third accompanied by the contemporary music ensemble Relache
New York Public Library
This disc contains excerpts from a performance of Canfield in an art gallery of the Walker Art Center
New York Public Library
The first 7 minutes and last 4 minutes of this video contain candid footage of Deborah Hay and friends talking and preparing for the performance of the solo The well, which is accompanied by live accordion music
New York Public Library
Sound patterns (0:00-3:38) -- Seven passages (3:56-21:11)
New York Public Library
SUMMARY: Storm. Music: Juliusz Luciuk. Performed by Dominique Mercy. 7 min. -- Palomas: excerpts. Music: Pauline Oliveros. Performed by Felicia Norton and Malou Airaudo. 18 min
New York Public Library
CONTENTS. -- Era. (Dec. 15) Music: Krzysztof Penderecki (String quartet no. 1 & Polymorphia). Danced by Malou Airaudo, Willa Kahn, Yuriko Kimura, Joan Lombardi, Naomi Sorkin, Manuel Alum, Martin Bland, and Dominique Mercy. 20 min. -- The cellar. (Dec. 16) Music: Wojciech Kilar. Danced by Manuel Alum. 7 min. -- Palomas. (Dec. 16) Music: Pauline Oliveros. Danced by Malou Airaudo, Lynn Haupert, Willa Kahn, Yuriko Kimura, and Naomi Sorkin. 25 min
New York Public Library
Introduction is the Blaze (ca. 32 min.) / soloists: Diana Frechter [i.e. Prechter], Barbara Hofrenning, Heloise Gold, Deborah Hay, Emily Burken -- The first movement is fuel (ca. 26 min.) -- Fire is the second movement (ca. 47 min.) / dancers include: Drew Joseph, Mike Arnold -- The third movement is the hearth (ca. 171 min.).
University of British Columbia Archives

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