Music Program
 

Monday, April 2, 1990

NORTH AMERICAN NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL:

Presented at:
Buffalo and Erie County Public Library

FOR VIRGIL, FOR AARON. Works include TWO PRELUDES, UKELELE SERENADE, and HOEDOWN (Aaron Copland); MUSIC TO STEPHAN CRANE (Edward Yadsinsky); SUITE NO. 1 from JOHNNY SPIELTY AUF (Ernst Krenek/Mikhashoff); PORTRAIT OF Aaron Copland, PORTRAIT OF PABLO PICASSO, PORTRAIT OF KAREN BROWN WALTUCK (Virgil Thomson); HOMAGE TO VIRGIL THOMSON (Yvar Mikhashoff); TANGO (Otto Luening); SUITE NO. 2 from JOHNNY SPIELT AUF (Ernst Krenek/Mikhashoff).


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April, 1990 - 1990

 
 
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