New Music for Young Ensembles 30th anniversary concert, 2004-12-06Additional title: New Music for Young Ensembles thirtieth anniversary concertAdditional title: NMYE 30th anniversary concertAdditional title: NMYE thirtieth anniversary concertAdditional title: That funny honey of mineAdditional title: Funny honeyAdditional title: Hot honey ragAdditional title: And all that jazzAdditional title: Shabbat shalomAdditional title: SomewhereAdditional title: TonightAdditional title: Affair to rememberAdditional title: Our love affairAdditional title: Hello young loversAdditional title: Wouldn't it be loverly?Additional title: I could have danced all nightAdditional title: New Music for Young Ensembles recordingsAdditional title: West Side story (Motion picture)Additional title: Affair to remember (Motion picture)Additional title: King and I (Motion picture)Additional title: My fair lady (Motion picture)
NamesSherman, Robert, 1932- (Host)Howard, Peter, 1927-2008 (Arranger)Clark, Richard Auldon (Conductor)Rorem, Ned, 1923- (Performer)Tcimpidis, David (Commentator)Laderman, Ezra (Commentator)Clark, Richard Auldon (Commentator)Nixon, Marni (Commentator)Goodman, Paul, 1911-1972 (Lyricist)O'Hara, Frank, 1926-1966 (Lyricist)Bishop, Elizabeth, 1911-1979 (Lyricist)Hillyer, Robert, 1895-1961 (Lyricist)Ebb, Fred (Lyricist)Sondheim, Stephen (Lyricist)McCarey, Leo (Lyricist)Adamson, Harold (Lyricist)Lerner, Alan Jay, 1918-1986 (Lyricist)Murphree, ScottYajima, Hiroko (Performer)Smith, Wilhelmina (Performer)Sauer, Thomas, 1966- (Performer)McMurtery, John (Performer)Howard, Peter, 1927-2008 (Performer)Nixon, Marni (Performer)Goldstone, Bob (Performer)Manhattan Chamber Orchestra (Performer)Mannes Trio (Performer)
New Music for Young Ensembles recordings
Dates / OriginDate Created: 2004-12-06
Table of Contents[Part 1]: [Opening remarks] (Robert Sherman, host) (0:00-1:32) -- Woodwind quintet (1975 NMYE 1st prizewinner): Moderato (2:44-4:32) ; Adagio (4:55-7:04) ; Allegro molto (7:17-9:00) / J. Ambrosio -- [Commentary] (Robert Sherman, host) (9:22-11:01) -- [Ned Rorem speaks] (11:05-13:14) ; [Robert Sherman talks with Ned Rorem] (13:15-14:25) -- Selected songs: The lordly Hudson (lyrics by Paul Goodman) (14:59-17:20) ; For Poulenc (lyrics by Frank O'Hara) (17:29-20:00) ; Visits to St. Elizabeths (lyrics by Elizabeth Bishop) (20:15-23:45) ; Early in the morning (lyrics by Robert Hillyer) (23:55-25:28) / N. Rorem -- [Commentary] (Robert Sherman, host) (26:08-27:31) -- Drift (in memory of the victims of 9/11) / D. Tcimpdis (29:12-40:30).[Part 2]: [Robert Sherman talks with David Tcimpidis] (0:00-3:18) -- [Robert Sherman talks with Ezra Laderman] (3:28-6:17) -- [Richard Auldon Clark speaks] (7:43-8:53) -- Cadence, for 2 flutes and 9 strings (1979 1st NMYE commission) / E. Laderman (9:07-20:59) -- [Commentary] (Robert Sherman, host) (21:54-23:33) -- [Robert Sherman talks to Peter Howard] (23:51-25:10) -- That funny honey of mine [Funny honey] (from the musical Chicago) / J. Kander; arranged by P. Howard ; [Hot honey rag] (from the musical Chicago) / P. Howard (25:11-27:26) -- And all that jazz (from the musical Chicago) / J. Kander; arranged by P. Howard (27:32-28:33) -- Shabbat shalom (arranged by Peter Howard) (29:17-30:15) -- Familar tune (?) (30:16-30:46) -- [Commentary] (Robert Sherman, host) (31:13-31:57) -- [Marni Nixon speaks (low volume)] (32:15-33:25) -- Somewhere (33:26-35:01) ; Tonight (35:02-35:59) (from the 1961 musical film West Side Story) / L. Bernstein-S. Sondheim -- An affair to remember (Our love affair, sung in both French and English) (from the 1957 film "An affair to remember") / H. Warren-L. McCarey-H. Adamson (36:33-38:36) -- [Marni Nixon talks about working with Deborah Kerr in "The King and I"] (38:45-42:44) -- Hello young lovers (from the 1956 musical film "The King and I") / R. Rodgers-O. Hammerstein (42:45-45:46) -- [Marni Nixon taking off shoes (low volume)] (46:08-47:02) -- Wouldn't it be loverly? (47:03-48:18) ; I could have danced all night (48:23-50:40) (from the 1964 musical film "My fair lady") / F. Loewe-A. Lerner -- [Closing remarks] (Robert Sherman, host) (51:32-51:37)
Library locationsRodgers and Hammerstein Archives of Recorded SoundShelf locator: *LDC-A 407
TopicsKerr, Deborah, 1921-2007Goodman, Paul, 1911-1972O'Hara, Frank, 1926-1966Bishop, Elizabeth, 1911-1979Hillyer, Robert, 1895-1961Wind quintets (Bassoon, clarinet, flute, horn, oboe)Songs (High voice) with pianoPiano triosInstrumental ensemblesPiano music, ArrangedMusicalsMotion picture musicAmbrosio, Joseph. Quintets, flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, hornRorem, Ned, 1923- Lordly HudsonRorem, Ned, 1923- For PoulencRorem, Ned, 1923- Visits to St. ElizabethsRorem, Ned, 1923- Early in the morningTcimpidis, David. DriftLaderman, Ezra. CadenceKander, John. Chicago. Funny honey; arrangedHoward, Peter, 1927-2008. Hot honey ragKander, John. Chicago. All that jazz; arrangedBernstein, Leonard, 1918-1990. West Side story. Somewhere; arrangedBernstein, Leonard, 1918-1990. West Side story. Tonight; arrangedWarren, Harry, 1893-1981. Affair to remember; arrangedRodgers, Richard, 1902-1979. King and I. Hello, young lovers; arrangedLoewe, Frederick, 1901-1988. My fair lady. Wouldn't it be loverly; arrangedLoewe, Frederick, 1901-1988. My fair lady. I could have danced all night; arranged
NotesContent: Title from compact disc container.Performers: [Part 1]: 1st work: Five unidentified wind players (Flute, clarinet, oboe, bassoon, horn) from the Manhattan Chamber Orchestra ; Richard Auldon Clark, conductor. 2nd-5th works: Ned Rorem, piano and commentary ; Scott Murphree, tenor. 6th work: The Mannes Trio (Hiroko Yajima, violin ; Wilhelmina Smith, cello ; Thomas Sauer, piano). [Part 2]: David Tcimpidis and Ezra Laderman, additional commentary. 1st work: John McMurtery and Lucian Rinando, flutes ; nine unidentified string players from the Manhattan Chamber Orchestra ; Richard Auldon Clark, conductor and commentator. 2nd-6th works: Peter Howard, piano, arranger, vocals and commentary. 7th-12th works: Marni Nixon, soprano ; Bob Goldstone, piano. [Parts 1-2]: Robert Sherman, host.Venue: Recorded Weill Concert Hall, Carnegie Hall, New York, New York 2004 December 6.Acquisition: Separated from: Music Division, New Music for Young Ensembles records.Language: Spoken in English, sung in English and French.Content: Forms part of: New Music for Young Ensembles recordings, in *L (Special) 10-17.
Physical DescriptionAudio discExtent: 2 audio discs (94 min., 11 sec.) : digital, stereo ; 4 3/4 in.
Type of ResourceSound recording
IdentifiersNYPL catalog ID (B-number): b20252577RLIN/OCLC: 885029608Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): d974ee30-b729-0133-5502-3c07547a230f
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