Changing with the times

by Lewis, George, 1952-

Format: Music CD 1993
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 Cm Lew 4507
Location  CLP - Main Library
Collection  Second Floor Film & Audio--Music CD
Call Number  COMPACT DISC Cm Lew 4507
Chicago dadagram (12:42)
So you say (5:50)
The view from Skates in Berkeley (7:35)
Changing with the times (24:56)
Airplane (10:13)
Epilogue (3:09).

Additional Information
Subjects Rothenberg, Jerome, -- 1931- -- Musical settings.
Troupe, Quincy -- Musical settings.
Lewis, George T., -- 1924- -- Musical settings.
Mixon, Bernard -- Musical settings.
Monologues with music (Instrumental ensemble)
Monologues with music (Voice with instrumental ensemble)
Publisher New York, NY :New World Records,1993
Other Titles Chicago dadagram.
So you say.
View from Skates in Berkeley.
Changing with the times.
Contributors Lewis, George, 1952- performer.
Ewart, Douglas R., 1946- performer.
Cheatham, Jeannie, performer.
Oliver, Mary, 1956- performer.
Gonzales, Peter, III, performer.
Rothenberg, Jerome, 1931- narrator.
Mixon, Bernard, narrator, performer.
Troupe, Quincy, narrator.
Lewis, George, 1952- Chicago dadagram.
Lewis, George, 1952- So you say.
Lewis, George, 1952- View from Skates in Berkeley.
Lewis, George, 1952- Changing with the times.
Lewis, George, 1952- Airplane.
Lewis, George, 1952- Epilogue.
Tokamak (Musical group), performer.
Recorded Anthology of American Music, Inc.
Participants/Performers George Lewis, trombone ; with, in various combinations: Tokamak (Daniel Koppelman, Roth Neville), piano duo ; Douglas Ewart, percussion, woodwinds ; Jeannie Cheatham, piano, organ ; Mary Oliver, violin, viola, voice ; Peter Gonzales III, percussion ; Jerome Rothenberg, Bernard Mixon, speaking and singing voices.
Language English
Notes Instrumental ensembles, with speaking or singing voice.
English texts, variously by Jerome Rothenberg, Quincy Troupe, George T. Lewis, Bernard Mixon, and the composer.
"Recorded Anthology of American Music, Inc."
Compact disc.
Biographical and program notes, principally by Paul Carter Harrison, with selected bibliography and discography (11 p.) inserted in container.
Description 1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
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