Center for Contemporary Music Archive, CD7, Amacher ; Berio

Mills College Center for Contemporary Music


1 audio disc (72:40 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
All performances recorded at Mills College Concert Hall, Oakland, California.
The recording by Maryanne Amacher is incomplete. The original was recorded on two tapes, of which the first is missing. From a performance April 27, 1980.
Chamber music (three movements), by Luciano Berio; texts by James Joyce. Performance on October 17, 1967. Olivia Staff, mezzo-soprano; Donald O'Brien, clarinet; Marcelle DeCraig, harp; Bonnie Hampton, violoncello; conductor, Jean-Louis LeRoux.
O King, by Luciano Berio. Performers: Jane Manning, soprano; Elizabeth Baptista, flute; Tom Rose, clarinet; John Sherba, violin; Joan Jeanrenaud, violoncello; Belle Bulwinkle, piano; Marcello Panni, conductor. From a performance April 15, 1981.
Air, by Luciano Berio. Jane Manning, soprano; David Harrington, violin; Hank Dutt, viola; Joan Jeanrenaud, violoncello; Belle Bullwinkle, piano; Marcello Panni, conductor. From a performance April 15, 1981.
Opus number zoo (1951), by Luciano Berio. Janet Maestre, flute; Dave Seely oboe; Tom Rose, clarinet; Calberg Jones, french horn; Carla Wilson, bassoon; James Carmichael, piano. Performed April 21, 1978 on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Mills College music building.
A-Ronne, by Luciano Berio; texts by Edoardo Sanguineti. Performed by Carla Fabrizio, Barney Jones, Christpher Maher, Larry Simon, Hedy Wong and the Teatromusica Ensemble of Mills College. Performed April 9, 1982.
Durations on container.
Transfer archivist, Maggi Payne.
Compact disc Oakland, California : Center for Contemporary Music, Mills College, June 18, 1998 From the archives of the Center for Contemporary Music at Mills College. Transferred intact from the original sources.
Funded from the Clarence E. Heller Charitable Foundation, as part of a grant, in memory of Elizabeth Heller Mandell, for the Preservation of Rare Materials Through Technology, awarded to F.W. Olin Library, Mills College, December 17, 1997.

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