New Music for Young Ensembles 20th anniversary gala, 1995-11-27

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New Music for Young Ensembles 20th anniversary gala, 1995-11-27
Additional title: New Music for Young Ensembles twentieth anniversary gala
Additional title: NMYE 20th anniversary gala
Additional title: NMYE twentieth anniversary gala
Additional title: Joshua fi't the battle of Jericho
Additional title: Joshua fought the battle of Jericho
Additional title: Song offerings
Additional title: Spoken credo
Additional title: When I bring you colored toys
Additional title: On the day when death came back
Additional title: Sleep that flits on baby's eyes
Additional title: I am like a remnant of a cloud
Additional title: On the seashore of endless worlds
Additional title: Spoken interlude
Additional title: Light, my light
Additional title: Night battle
Additional title: Specimen case
Additional title: Incident
Additional title: Inauguration ball
Additional title: Real war will never get into the books
Additional title: On the rising incidence of jogging
Additional title: Mouse of my acquaintance
Additional title: Did you happen to know Miss Erogenous Jones?
Additional title: New Music for Young Ensembles recordings
Additional title: King and I (Motion picture)
Additional title: West Side story (Motion picture)
Additional title: My fair lady (Motion picture)
Names
Hyman, Dick, 1927- (Arranger)
Hinton, Milt (Performer)
Rorem, Ned, 1923- (Commentator)
Reynolds, Jack, 1904- (Composer)
Friend, Cliff, 1893-1974 (Lyricist)
Hammerstein, Oscar, II, 1895-1960 (Lyricist)
Sondheim, Stephen (Lyricist)
Lerner, Alan Jay, 1918-1986 (Lyricist)
Sherman, Robert, 1932- (Host)
Hyman, Dick, 1927- (Performer)
Nixon, Marni
Hicks, William (Performer)
Rorem, Ned, 1923- (Performer)
Robinson, Sharon (Performer)
Waldman, Yuval (Performer)
Hernandez, Frank, (Baritone) (Performer)
Hinton, Milt (Arranger)
Collection

New Music for Young Ensembles recordings

Dates / Origin
Date Created: 1995-11-27
Table of Contents
[Concert, part 1]: Opening remarks [low volume] (Robert Sherman, host) (0:00-1:21) -- Improvisations on George Gershwin: 'S wonderful (1:49-5:44) ; Someone to watch over me (6:01-10:40) ; Fascinating rhythm (10:57-14:31) / G. Gershwin, arranged by D. Hyman and M. Hinton -- Improvisations by Milton Hinton: Rap song (14:44-16:24) ; Joshua fi't the battle of Jericho (17:09-19:30) ; Old man time (20:12-23:08) -- Gitanjali (Song offerings): Spoken credo (23:19-24:33) ; When I bring you colored toys (24:35-27:14) ; On the day when death came back (27:25-30:17) ; The sleep that flits on baby's eyes (30:30-32:29) ; I am like a remnant of a cloud (32:42-36:26) ; On the seashore of endless worlds (36:39-41:38) ; Spoken interlude (41:48-42:12) ; Light, my light (42:13-44:14) / John Alden Carpenter -- Dances for cello and piano (extracts) / Ned Rorem (44:18-51:51)
[Concert, part 2]: Opening remarks [low volume] (Robert Sherman, host) (0:00-3:15) ; Commentary (Ned Rorem) (3:32-4:54) -- War scenes (texts by Walt Whitman): A night battle (5:06-9:33) ; Specimen case (9:45-11:52) ; An incident (12:00-13:57) ; Inauguration ball (14:04-15:39) ; The real war will never get into the books (15:43-18:29) / N. Rorem -- Sonata for violin and piano: Allegretto (18:47-22:50) ; Andantino, in steady tempo (22:55-25:02) / D. Hyman -- The minotaur (25:10-32:07) / D. Hyman -- Songs from "An almanac of words at play" (texts by Williard Espy): On the rising incidence of jogging (32:12-33:13) ; A mouse of my acquaintance (33:23-35:05) ; Did you happen to know Miss Erogenous Jones? (35:15-38:17) / D. Hyman -- Broadway songs and film favorites (Jazz improvisations): Hello young lovers (from 1956 musical film "The King and I") / Hammerstein-Rodgers (38:22-41:20) -- I feel pretty (41:33-43:04) ; Tonight (43:06-44:05) (from 1961 musical film "West Side story") / Sondheim-Bernstein -- Wouldn't it be loverly (44:24-46:29) ; I could have danced all night (46:30-47:39) (from 1964 musical film "My fair lady") / Lerner-Lowe -- Happy birthday, Milt [Hinton] (48:15-48:38)
[Concert excerpt]: Songs from "An almanac of words at play" (texts by Williard Espy): On the rising incidence of jogging (0:16-1:18) ; A mouse of my acquaintance (1:27-3:10) ; Did you happen to know Miss Erogenous Jones? (3:20-6:22) / D. Hyman -- Broadway songs and film favorites (Jazz improvisations): Hello young lovers (from 1956 musical film "The King and I") / Hammerstein-Rodgers (7:54-10:53) -- I feel pretty (11:05-12:36) ; Tonight (12:37-13:38) (from 1961 musical film "West Side story") / Sondheim-Bernstein -- Wouldn't it be loverly (13:57-16:01) ; I could have danced all night (16:02-17:12) (from 1964 musical film "My fair lady") / Lerner-Lowe -- Happy birthday, Milt [Hinton] (17:56-18:20)
Library locations
Rodgers and Hammerstein Archives of Recorded Sound
Shelf locator: *LTC-A 1351
Topics
Whitman, Walt, 1819-1892
Espy, Willard R
Jazz
Improvisation (Music)
Double bass and piano music, Arranged
Double bass music
Monologues with music (Double bass)
Monologues with music (Piano)
Songs (High voice) with piano
Songs (High voice) with instrumental ensemble
Songs (Medium voice) with piano
Cello and piano music
Sonatas (Violin and piano)
Musicals
Motion picture music
Gershwin, George, 1898-1937. Funny face. 'S wonderful; arranged
Gershwin, George, 1898-1937. Oh, Kay! Someone to watch over me; arranged
Gershwin, George, 1898-1937. Lady, be good! Fascinating rhythm; arranged
Hinton, Milt. Rap song
Friend, Cliff, 1893-1974. Old man time; arranged
Carpenter, John Alden, 1876-1951. Gitanjali
Rorem, Ned, 1923- Dances, cello, piano. Selections
Rorem, Ned, 1923- War scenes
Hyman, Dick, 1927- Sonata, violin, piano
Hyman, Dick, 1927- Minotaur
Hyman, Dick, 1927- Songs from An almanac of words at play. Selections
Rodgers, Richard, 1902-1979. King and I. Hello, young lovers; arranged
Bernstein, Leonard, 1918-1990. West Side story. I feel pretty; arranged
Bernstein, Leonard, 1918-1990. West Side story. Tonight; arranged
Loewe, Frederick, 1901-1988. My fair lady. Wouldn't it be loverly; arranged
Loewe, Frederick, 1901-1988. My fair lady. I could have danced all night; arranged
Hill, Mildred J., 1859-1916. Happy birthday to you; arranged
Rorem, Ned, 1923- Dances, cello, piano
Genres
Music
Live sound recordings
Notes
Content: Title from label on cassette 1 container.
Content: 3rd file (Concert excerpt) consists of a duplicate copy of the last part of the concert.
Performers: [Part 1]: Dick Hyman, piano (1st-3rd, 6th works) ; Milt Hinton, double bass (1st-6th works) and monologue (4th and 6th works only) ; Marni Nixon, soprano (8th-12th, 14th works) and reciter (7th and 13th works) ; William Hicks, piano (8th-12th, 14th works) ; Ned Rorem, piano (15th work) ; Sharon Robinson, cello (15th work). [Part 2]: Ned Rorem, commentator and piano (1st-5th works) ; Frank Hernandez, baritone (1st-5th works) ; Dick Hyman, piano (6th-7th, 11th-16th works) ; Yuval Waldman, violin (6th-7th works) ; Marni Nixon, soprano (8th-15th works) ; William Hicks, piano (8th-10th works) ; Milt Hinton, double bass (11th and 14th works). [Parts 1-2]: Robert Sherman, host.
Venue: Recorded Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall, New York, New York 1995 November 27.
Acquisition: Separated from: Music Division, New Music for Young Ensembles records.
Content: Forms part of: New Music for Young Ensembles recordings, in *L (Special) 10-17.
Physical Description
Audiocassette
Extent: 2 audio cassettes (101 min., 14 sec.) : analog, stereo
Description
New Music for Young Ensembles twentieth anniversary concert honors Milt Hinton on his 85th birthday.
Type of Resource
Sound recording
Languages
English
Identifiers
NYPL catalog ID (B-number): b20248389
RLIN/OCLC: 884466971
Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): 414d4ba0-b721-0133-44e6-3c07547a230f
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New Music for Young Ensembles 20th anniversary gala, 1995-11-27