Drumming

by Glennie, Evelyn,

Format: Music CD 1996
Availability: Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy
Available (1)
Location Collection Call #
CLP - Main Library Second Floor Film & Audio--Music CD COMPACT DISC Wp Gle 10239
Location  CLP - Main Library
 
Collection  Second Floor Film & Audio--Music CD
 
Call Number  COMPACT DISC Wp Gle 10239
 
 
Contents
Entrances (:10)
Halasana : solo for drums and piano / Louis Cauberghs (6:50)
Sorbet no. 1 : Latin American interlude / Evelyn Glennie (:50)
Bongo-o : pour bongos solo / Roberto Sierra (3:38)
Sorbet no. 2 : Chinese cymbals / Glennie (1:37)
Prim : fyrir litla trommu / Askell Masson (7:31)
Sorbet no. 3 : UDU trail / Glennie (1:55)
The anvil chorus / David Lang (7:59)
Sorbet no. 4 : woodblocks and falling instruments / Glennie (:32)
To the earth : for speaking percussionist & 4 flower pots / Frederic Rzewski (8:10)
Sorbet no. 5 : wood and metal chimes / Glennie (2:08)
Pezza da concerto : no. 1, op. 15, for snare drum / Nebojsa J. Zivkovic (4:30)
Sorbet no. 6 : Simtak debut / Glennie (2:09)
Matre's dance / John Psathas (9:22)
Exits (:12)
Sorbet no. 7 : hi-hat playout / Glennie (1:59).

Additional Information
Subjects Percussion music.
Improvisation (Music)
Percussion and piano music.
Monologues with music (Percussion)
Snare drum music.
Publisher New York, NY :Catalyst :1996
Distributed by BMG,
Other Titles Halasana.
Bongo-o.
Prím.
Anvil chorus.
To the Earth.
Pezza da concerto,
Matre's dance.
Contributors Smith, Philip, 1958- performer.
Cauberghs, Louis. Halasana.
Sierra, Roberto. Bongo-o.
Áskell Másson, 1953- Prím.
Lang, David (David A.). Anvil chorus.
Rzewski, Frederic. To the Earth.
Živković, Nebojša. Pezza da concerto,
Psathas, John, 1966- Matre's dance.
Participants/Performers Evelyn Glennie, speaker (in the 10th work), percussion ; Philip Smith, piano (in the 2nd and 14th tracks).
Language English
The 10th work spoken in English.
Notes The Glennie works are improvisations demonstrating various percussion instruments.
Text of the 10th work "the pseudo-Homeric hymn, To the earth mother of all, probably written in the 7th century B.C."
Compact disc.
Program notes by Evelyn Glennie and biographical notes (26 p. : ill.) inserted in container.
Description 1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
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