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Phyllis Curtin sings Copland & Rorem

Title:
Phyllis Curtin sings Copland & Rorem
Author:
Copland, Aaron, 1900-1990.
Published:
Pleasantville, NY : p2001.
Format:
Musical recording, Online
Institution:
New England Conservatory
Contents:
Twelve poems of Emily Dickinson. Nature, the gentlest mother (3:45) ; There came a wind like a bugle (1:34) ; Why do they shut me out of Heaven? (1:51) ; The world feels dusty (1:50) ; Heart, we will forget him! (2:07) ; Dear March, come in! (2:10) ; Sleep is supposed to be (2:42) ; When they come back (1:51) ; I felt a funeral in my brain (2:03) ; I've heard an organ talk (1:55) ; Going to Heaven (2:49) ; The chariot (2:22) / Copland -- Ten songs. The tulip tree (1:25) ; The midnight sun (2:03) ; What sparks and wiry cries (2:19) ; The serpent(:58) ; I am Rose (:25) ; For Poulenc (2:40) ; Little elegy (1:34) ; Youth, day, old age, and night (2:06) ; See how they love me (1:38) ; Visits to Saint Elizabeth's (3:49) / Rorem -- Cycle of holy songs. Psalm 134 (2:03) ; Psalm 142 (3:37) ; Psalm 148 (2:05) ; Psalm 150 (3:03) / Rorem -- On the beach at Fontanta / Sessions (2:26).

Online access:
New England Conservatory Spaulding Non-Circulating CD 8102 Listen to streaming audio (Authorized NEC Avalon users only)
Library holdings:
None available