WAYNE BARLOW COLLECTION

SUB-GROUP II:  SOUND RECORDINGS

NOTE TO THE RESEARCHER:

            The convention within the finding aid has been to present (1) on the first line of each entry, a transcription of whatever caption appears on the side of a tape’s container (which is most often a short-form description), i.e. that description that is eye-legible when reading the contents on a shelf; and then, (2) on each entry’s second and subsequent lines, the descriptive information that appears on the container’s main label area (which is usually more complete). Finally, any technical data such as may appear on the container (or on the reel itself) are presented on the last line, italicized.

            Entries and descriptive notes left by Dr. Barlow have been transcribed as they appear, including any abbreviations and other short-form renderings. 

Series 1: 5” reels

Sub-series A:  Original works by Wayne Barlow

Sub-sub-series i: Single works

Box 14

item 1 Duo for Harp and Tape
Wayne Barlow: Duo for Harp and Tape. Robert Barlow, harp
7 ½”; 4-track mono
item 2 Dynamisms for 2 pianos
7 ½”
item 3 [Hymn voluntaries]  Barlow: 4 organ pieces
Barlow: Hymn Voluntaries.
1) Christ Lay in Death’s Strong Bands.
2) O little Flock, Fear Not the Foe.
3) Dear Christians, One and All Rejoice
4) Come Holy Ghost, Creator Blest.
7 ½” ¼ tr. Stereo
item 4 [Hymn voluntaries]  3 organ pieces.
Barlow: 3 organ pieces
1) Christ lag…
2) O little flock….
3) Dear Christians, one and all rejoice.
¼ tr. Stereo. 7 ½”
item 5 Moonflight
[no other information]
item 6 Night Song
7 ½” 4-track mono
item 7 Barlow: Night Song
8 min.
7 ½” 4-track mono
item 8 Nightsounds/Music
Birdsong [3 other tracks previously indicated but crossed out]
item 9 Rota
Rota for Chamber Orch. by Wayne Barlow. 5:07.
7 ½” mono
item 10 Sinfonia da Camera- Janiec BMC- 1982
Sinfonia da Camera. Janiec BMC [i.e., Brevard Music Center]. 8/12/82
3 ¾ speed
item 11 Sinfonietta/Rondo-Ov./Mass in G/Lyrical Piece.
1) Sinfonietta-2nd move.  4:45
2) Rondo Overture  4:00
3) Cantio pro Elevatione (strings) from Mass in G.  2:30
4) Lyrical Piece for Clarinet & Strings  4:00
7 ½” ips
item 12 Soundscapes for Orchestra and Tape
Soundscapes: Mists. Clouds. Constellations. Sunbursts.
3-3/4 i.p.s.; 4-track mono
item 13 Study in Electronic Sound
Barlow: Study in Electronic Sound.
2-track 7 ½” stereo.
item 14 Study in Electronic Sound
Barlow: Study (climax rev.)
7 ½” [ “Env. Foll” written on side and on reel]
item 15 Study in Electronic Sound
Barlow: Study in Electronic Sound.
7 ½” ips; ¼ tr. stereo
item 16 Trio for Oboe Viola, Piano- 1964
Wayne Barlow, Trio for Oboe, Viola, Piano.
Robert Sprenkle, oboe; Francis Tursi, viola; Armand Basile, piano.
Recorded by Whitford L. Hall, Minister of Music, First Congregational Church, Washington, D.C., May 17, 1964.
7 ½ ips.; full track
item 17 Vistas
[label indicates “cut at 8’ 50”; track listing on reverse crossed out]
item 18 Vocalise and Canon for Tuba and Piano
Wayne Barlow: Vocalise and Canon for Tuba and Piano. Duration 6:04
Cherry Beauregard, tuba; Dorothy Payne, piano.
7 ½ i.p.s.; half-track stereo

Box 15

item 1 Waves
[no other information]

Sub-sub-series ii: Compilations

item 2 [side caption lacking; three selections indicated on label]
I. Night Song
II. Rota.
III. The Winter’s Passed, for Oboe and Strings.
¼ track mono 3-3/4 i.p.s. Single Channel. Can be played on 2 or 4 track players.
item 3 Sinfonia da Camera / Intrada, Fugue, Postlude-etc.
Excerpts (beginnings of each movement):  Sinfonia Da Camera / Intrada, Fugue, and Postlude for orchestral brasses.
7 ½ i.p.s.; 4-track stereo
item 4 We All Believe/ Mass in G/ Wait for the Promise
1) We All Believe in One True God. Chorus, brass quartet and organ.
2) Mass in G: Sanctus, Cantio pro Elevatione, Agnus Dei. Chorus, strings, and organ.
3) Wait for the Promise of the Father: I Keep the Lord (vi), All Flesh is Like Grass (X). Chorus, instruments, and organ.
Half-track mono. 3-3/4 ips. One channel only. Can be played on 2 or 4-track machines.

Sub-series B:  Other composers’ content

item 5 Bells of Xmas 1981 (Karl Haas)
[no other information]
3 ¾” ½ track mono 2 side
item 6 Clark: Star Bursts
[no other information]
item 7 Cowell: Ongaku (1957)
Whitney-Louisville
7 ½” ips
item 8 Davis BSN
[track listings of three works by Ross Lee Finney originally appearing on reel container; however, that information crossed out on the spine, suggesting that the tape may have been recorded over]
item 9 Words of St. Peter / Electronic Tape. Richard Felciano.
Performance tape for piece for tape and organ.
7 ½” ips; full track mono
item 10 Coming of Age. Fine / Etler / Benson / Hodkinson. 6.5-80
Coming of Age.
3 ¾” ½ tr mono
item 11 Lewkovitch: Mass
6/26/55 Danish Festival
item 12 Riegger: Var[iations] For Piano & Orch. (1954)
7 ½”
item 13 Aftertones of Infinity
Joseph Schwantner [track listing written out but crossed out]
½-track stereo 7 ½”
item 14 Harry Somers (Canadian): Suite for Harp and Chamber Orch.
[no further information]
item 15 Varese: Ionization
[no other information]
item 16 Leroy Williams
The Rainbow Ends: for Wind Ensemble
7 ½ ips ¼ track stereo
item 17 Leroy Williams: Mus. Concrete Etc.
[no other information]

Series 2: 7” reels

Sub-series A: Original works by Wayne Barlow  

Sub-sub-series i: Single works

Box 16

item 1 BARLOW: DUO for Hp. and Tp. TAPE PART
Wayne Barlow: Duo for Harp and Tape. Tape part
½ track stereo. 7 ½” head out
item 2 [side caption lacking]
Barlow: Duo for Harp & Tape. Tape part.
2 tr stereo 7 ½”
item 3 Duo for Harp and Tape-D. Fleisher, harp
Wayne Barlow: Duo for Harp and Tape. Deborah Fleisher, Harpist.
7 ½ ips. ½ track stereo
item 4 BARLOW: DUO (Tape pt.)
Barlow: Duo for Harp & Tape. Tape Part.
2 tr stereo. 7 ½” Tail out
item 5 BARLOW: DUO Hp. & Tape. Tape pt.
Wayne Barlow: Duo for Harp and Tape. Tape part.
7 ½”- ½ track stereo. Head out
item 6 BARLOW. DUO harp & tape.. Tape part.
Wayne Barlow: Duo for Harp and Tape
¼ track stereo; 4-track; tail out
item 7 Harp Duo-Masters
Wayne Barlow. Duo for harp & tape. Tape
[information transcribed from old container to new]
item 8 Harp Duo tape part
Harp Duo tape part.
[information transcribed from old container to new]
item 9 Barlow: Dynamisms
Wayne Barlow: Dynamisms for Two Pianos. (1967)
I: Densities—II: Timbres—III. Projections.   [no further information]
¼ track stereo 7 ½ ips
item 10 BARLOW: ORGAN
Barlow: Hymn Voluntaries For Organ:
Christ Lay in Death’s Strong Bonds—O Little Flock, Fear not The Foe—Dear Christians, One and All Rejoice—Come Holy Ghost, Creator Blest.
item 11 Barlow: Images
Wayne Barlow: Images, for Harp & Orchestra. Robert Barlow, Harp.
Duration 16:42
Full track mono. 7 ½ ips.
item 12 BARLOW: IMAGES. NGA [i.e., National Gallery of Art]
Barlow: Images. R. Barlow, Harp. R. Bales & Nat. Gallery of Art Orch.
Copied from NPR cassette of performance. April 1982. Time: 19:30
item 13  Barlow: Intermezzo Va. & Hp.
Wayne Barlow-Intermezzo for Viola & Harp. 10 ½’ [i.e., in duration]
2 tr stereo- 7 ½ ips; head out

Box 17

item 1 BARLOW: INTERMEZZO
Intermezzo for Viola and Harp
2 tr stereo. 7 ½” ips-head out ready to play
item 2 BARLOW: Intermezzo for Harp & Viola
Barlow: Intermezzo for Harp & Viola.
Pitch corrected. ¼ tr stereo 7 ½”
item 3 BARLOW: INTRADA . . .
Barlow. Intrada; Fugue; Postlude
7 ½ ips ½ track mono
item 4 Barlow: Intrada . . .
Intrada, Fugue, and Postlude (Duplicate)
Barlow: Intrada, Fugue & Postlude for Brass. ESM Brass Ensemble.
7 ½ ips. Mono
item 5 WB: Lento & Allegro
Lento and Allegro- W. Barlow.
¼-tr mono. 7 ½ ips head out.
item 6 WB MASS IN G 5-10-51 WB cond. Premiere w/ orch
Wayne Barlow. Mass in G 5/10/51.
¼” stereo. 7 ½ ips tail out
item 7 Mass in G strgs * brass
Barlow: Mass in G (1951) for chorus, strings and brass.
Kyrie—Gloria—Credo—Sanctus & Benedictus—Cantio pro Elevatione—Agnus Dei.
7 ½” ips mono single-track
item 8 Barlow: Mass in G
Mass in G- strings and brasses- [April 30] 1957.
Kyrie eleison—Gloria in excelsis—Credo—Sanctus—Cantio pro Elevatione—Agnus Dei.
[excerpt from printed program affixed to container: performers cited were The Eastman Singers; Dr. David Fetler, conducting]
Single track. 7 ½ ips. Program information taped on back.
item 9 Microtonal
Microtonal. BASF tape
item 10 Moonflight  [title added later by JBD]
item 11 Out of the Cradle:  excerpts
Out of the cradle. 3 excerpts.
7 ½” ¼ tr
item 12 Out of the Cradle
Concert of Electronic & Live Music / Wayne Barlow, Director. Kilbourn Hall, 4/4/78.
Out of the Cradle Endless Rocking / Barlow.
1/2-track stereo; 1 mil poly; 7 1/2 ips
item 13 BARLOW: OUT OF THE CRADLE . . .
Barlow: Out of the Cradle Endlessly Rocking. Tape Part
7 ½” ½ tr stereo. 2-track

Box 18

item 1 Poems for Music
Poems for Music. (Serenade omitted)

  1. Antoine [i.e. Joseph Antoine, soprano]

7 ½ ips. mono.; single-track

item 2 Barlow. Sax[ophone] Concerto
No other information on container or reel.
item 3 BARLOW: SINFONIA
SINFONIA.  [previous content citation crossed out]
item 4 BARLOW: SINFONIA. MSTR
Dr. Wayne Barlow. Sinfonia da Camera.
Mono. 7 ½ ips. Head out
item 5 BARLOW: Sinfonia da Camera
Barlow: Sinfonia da Camera (1962):
Overture—Canon—Scherzo and Musette—Aria—Finale.
7 ½” mono; pitch sharp 1/2 step
item 6 BARLOW: SONATA [for piano]
Sonata / Barlow
item 7 BARLOW: PA. SONATA
Barlow: Piano Sontata
7 ½” Full track
item 8 Barlow: Soundprints
Barlow: Soundprints In Concrete.
Wooden Nickels—Messenger of Bronze—The Tyranny of Time.
½ tr stereo. 7 ½” head out
item 9 Barlow: Soundprints
Soundprints.  [no further information]
7 ½” ½ tr st.
item 10 Barlow: Soundprints
Barlow=Soundprints.  [no further information]
7 ½” ¼ tr stereo
item 11 Soundprints
[no further information]
item 12 Barlow: Soundscapes (perf.)
Barlow. Soundscapes [based on side caption; presumably the premiere performance at the Eastman School of Music, March 10, 1972]
7 ½ ips 2 track stereo
item 13 BARLOW: Soundscapes. New mixdown
Barlow: Soundscapes for Tape & Orchestra. New mixdown
7 ½ ips (19 cms) ¼ track stereo

Box 19

item 1 BARLOW: SOUNDSCAPES
Barlow: Soundscapes
½ tr 7 ½”
item 2 BARLOW: SOUNDSCAPES (complete)
Barlow: Soundscapes
7 ½ 2-track stereo
item 3 Soundscapes–master
Soundscapes. Master
[information transcribed from old container to new]
item 4 Soundscapes–sub-master
Soundscapes. Sub-master
[information transcribed from old container to new]
item 5 Barlow: Soundscapes. New mix
Barlow: Soundscapes for Orchestra & Tape (New mixdown)
½-track stereo. 7 ½ ips. Tail out. 19 cms 2-track stereo
item 6 Soundscapes / Tape part
Soundscapes. Tape part
item 7 Soundscapes: tape part
Tape Part [label affixed to reel]. 15”
item 8 Barlow: Study . . .
Barlow: “Study in Electronic Sound.” Realized at the Electronic Music Studio of University of Utrecht, Holland. 1965.
2-track stereo 15 ips
item 9 BARLOW: STUDY [in electronic sound]
Barlow. Study . . .  [title on label affixed to reel]
15 ips, stereo
item 10 Barlow: Trio [for oboe, viola and piano]
Trio. [detailed info of reel’s previous content crossed out]
item 11 Barlow: Trio
Wayne Barlow: Trio for Oboe, Viola, and Piano. (1964)
¼ stereo. 7 ½ ips
item 12 BARLOW: TRIPTYCH III Brevard Strg. Selection — Janiec
Barlow: Lento espressivo for strings: Triptych III from the String Quartet.
item 13 BARLOW: TRIPTYCH
Barlow: Triptych (dub). Erling Bloch Quartet, Copenhagen 1956
7 ½” ¼ tr mono

Box 20

item 1 BARLOW: TRIPTYCH
Wayne Barlow: Triptych for String Quartette (1953)
Quarter-track stereo 7 ½” ips mono
item 2 Vistas
Barlow. Vistas
7 ½ ips. Stereo
item 3 Barlow: Voices of Darkness
Musica Nova. Kilbourn Hall 1/17/75.
Voices of Darkness / Barlow.
|½ tr stereo- 1 mic poly. 7 ½ ips
item 4 Barlow: Voices of Darkness—perf.
Voices of Darkness. Barlow. Kilbourn Hall. 1/17/75
1/2-track stereo; 1 mil poly; 7 1/2 ips
item 5 Barlow: Voices of Darkness performance
Barlow: Voices of Darkness. Piano, percussion and tape.
Jean Sloop, narrator.
7 ½ ips ¼ tr stereo. From 1/2-track master.
item 6 Voices of Darkness– tape part
Voices of Darkness by Wayne Barlow. Tape part
7 ½” half-track stereo. Tail out.
[information transcribed to new reel container during processing]
item 7 Voices of Darkness–tape part
Barlow: Voices of Darkness-tape part.
¼ track stereo 7 ½ ips Head out.
item 8 Barlow: Voices of Darkness
Barlow: Voices of Darkness
7 ½” ½ tr stereo
item 9 BARLOW: VOICES OF FAITH
Voices of Faith — Barlow 2/28/76
The Augusta Symphony Orchestra.
Recorded by: Sports Film Service, Sound Recording Division, 1110 Terrace Circle Drive, North Augusta, S.C. 29841.
¼ tr stereo 7 ½ ips.
item 10 Barlow: Wait for the Promise
Barlow- “Wait for the Promise of the Father”
7 ½ ips. 2 track stereo.
item 11 WAIT FOR . . . VII. X
Wait For VII, X 
¼ tr 7 ½”
item 12 BARLOW: WE ALL BELIEVE . . .
Barlow: We All Believe In One True God: for chorus, brass, and organ.
7 ½”, ½ tr. Stereo

Box 21

Sub-sub-series ii: Compilations

item 1 BARLOW: Constellations”; Intermezzo
1) “Constellations” from Soundscapes for orchestra and tape 1972
2) Intermezzo for viola and harp 1980
Quarter-track stereo. 7 ½ ips.  Leader separates selections
item 2 BARLOW: DYNAMISMS; INTERMEZZO
Barlow.

  1. Dynamisms
  2. Intermezzo [title labels affixed to disc]
item 3 Moers; Barlow
Robert Moers: Musica da Camera (1965).
Barlow: Dynamisms (1967)   [no further information]
Stereo 7½”
item 4 Barlow. Dynamisms; Elegy
Barlow. 1. Dynamisms.

  1. Elegy. [no further information]

¼ tr stereo. 7½”

item 5 Barlow. Images, Rota
1) Barlow: Images (1961) Harp & Orch. 4/24/61*
2) Rota for Chamber Orch (1959)
*w/ cuts to confirm to revision
7 ½ ips
item 6 BARLOW: IMAGES; SINFONIA. NGA  [i.e., National Gallery of Art]
Barlow. I) Images for Harp & Chamber Orch.
II) Sinfonia Da Camera.
Footage: I-60-140; II 445-580. 5 minutes each.
item 7 BARLOW: Intrada, Sonata, Poems for Music MSTR
1) Intrada, Fugue & Postlude for Brass Ensemble (1959)
2) Sonata for Piano (1947) (Echániz)
3) Poems for Music (1958) (Antoine).
4) By Wayne Barlow
7 ½ ips mono single-track. Adjust pitch half-step down
item 8 Barlow: Moon Flight, Study . . .
Barlow: Moon flight; Study in Electronic Sound
7 ½” stereo
item 9 [lacks caption label]
BARLOW: 1. Night Song; 2. Vistas
[source of information is label affixed to reel]
item 10 OUT OF THE CRADLE; DUO HARP & TAPE
Concert of Electronic & Live Music / Wayne Barlow, Director. Kilbourn Hall, 4/4/78.
Out of the Cradle Endlessly Rocking / Barlow.
Duo for Harp & Tape / Barlow.
½ track stereo- 1 mil poly. 7 ½ ips
item 11 BARLOW: CRADLE; HARP DUO; VOCALISE & CANON
Side one: Out of the Cradle.
Side two: Duo for Harp & Tape-Mono.
Vocalise & Canon.
¼ track. 7 ½”
item 12 Barlow: 1) Prelude, Air & Variation. Bsn & Pa Quintet; 2) Lyrical Piece. Clar. & Stgs.
Side 1: Prelude Air and Variations; Lyrical Piece for Clarinet and  Strings.
¼ track mono. 7 ½ ips head out. Non-Dolby.
item 13 Barlow: Trio. Dynamisms
1)Trio for oboe, viola and piano (1964)
2) Dynamisms for two pianos (1967)
7 ½” 4-track stereo head out

Sub-series B:  Other composers’ content

Box 22

item 1 Acoustics
Slaymaker. Fixed formant vs fixed wave shape.
7 ½ mono.
item 2 Arel: E.M. #1
Bulent Arel: Stereo Electronic Music No. 1 (1960)
item 3 Arel: Music for a Sacred Svc.
Arel: Music for a Sacred Service.
7 ½ 2 track stereo
item 4 Argento/Bartok
-Carnegie Hall 3/29/79
Argento: In Praise of Music Zinman
Bartok: Miraculous Maudarin
item 5 Babbitt: Philomel
Babbitt: Philomel  [“EXXON” handwritten and crossed out]
7 ½” ½ tr stereo
item 6 [lacks side caption]
Grazyna Bacewicz: Music for Strings, Trumpets and Percussion (1958). PHILLIPS
Joep Straesser: 22 pages (1965). DONEMUS
item 7 Tadeusz Baird: Erotica (1961). Philips PHS 900-141  Peter Schat: Entelechy I (1961). Donemus DAVS 6702
Stereo 7 ½”
item 8 [lacks side caption]
Francois Bayle: Vapeur (Electronic & live).
Francais-Bernard Mache: Terre de Feu (electronic).
Philippe Carson: Turmac (factory sounds) .
BAM: Musique Experimentale II.
2-track Mono 7 ½”
item 9 Belgian Electronic Music
Louis DeMeester: Incantations; Ring Variaties v. Klavier; Prologue.
Emmanuel Van Weerst: Hygiene.
Dider Gazelle: Studie.
Lucien Goethals: Cellotape.
7 ½” mono
item 10 Berio: Circles  [side description identical to label description]
No other information
item 11 Berio, etc.
Side 1 (David Burge, piano):
Berio: Sequenza IV (1966)
Dallapiccola: Quaderno Musicale di Annalibera (1952)
[tape enters about one minute deep into composition because of technical problems]
Hannay: Sonorities (1966)
[brief introduction by David Burge]Side 2:
Wuorinen: Second Trio (fl, vcl, pa)
Joan Templar Smith, flute; James Stroud, ‘cello; David Burge, piano.
7 1/2 i.p.s., half-track mono
item 12 Boretz
Benjamin Boretz. “Group Variations (for computer)”
7 ½ ½ 2 stereo
item 13 Bottje
Representative electronic works [by] Will Gay Bottje.
1) Study with Piano (from Three Etudes for Wind Quintet and Tape) 1963. 4:40. 2-channel realized Univ. of Utrecht, S. Ill, Univ. Quintet.
Leader.
2) Intuitive Impulse 1963 5:15. Univ. of Utrecht 2-channel.
Leader.
“All of the following realized in S. Ill. Univ. Studio.”
3) Four Monochromes (from a set of six) 1965. 1. For the Birds (single) Lonesome Reflection  (single) 3. Homage à Debussy (single) 4. And the Pulse Quickens (2-chan)
Leader
4) Studies in Equal Temperament [sic] (from set of 10) 1966 1. Fantasia with 9 and 5 (single) Invention (31 tone) (single)  3. Fantasia with 9 and 15  (single) 4. 28 tone chorale (single) 5. Sonatina (19 tone) (single)
Leader.
5) 5 Black Jelly Beans-1966. (two-channel)

Box 23

item 1 Bottje
Will Gay Bottje

  1. Dance Images (Elec. Suite) 7 ½ ips-2 cha.
    A Touch of Latin—Puppet Mockery—Dragonflies—Seven Come Eleven (7, 8, 9, 10, 11 equ. temperament successively).
  1. In The Hours of Darkness (Elec. Suite). (Original 4 track-2 synchronized 2 tr. mach) this version 2 track. 1st movement also in a version for 2 flutes and tapes). Piece has been performed 3 times with improvised percussion; also without any instruments. Celestial Motions Creatures of the Night Voodoo.
item 2 Bottje
Bottje. 1966-67 Electronic Suite “In The Hours of Darkness” (original 4 channel).

  1. Heavenly Bodies 5:05—2. Creatures of the Night 4:25—3. Voodoo 8:30. Mvts 2 and 3 also done with percussion. Made in S.Ill. University Studio.
    Stereo 7 ½ ips; chan A= tr. 1 and 2. B= tr 3 and 4.
item 3 Conc. Pieces. Bottje
[label with typescript details pasted over previously entered track listing]
Will Gay Bottje. Tape (only) for the following works:
1) MODALITIES- Saxophone Quartet and Tape 1970 (2 channel, 7 ½ ips) Music-A.C.A. (Pioneer)
(leader)
2) CONCERT PIECE Violin and Tape 1969 (leader) 2 channel, 7 ½ ips) Music-A.C.A (Pioneer)
(leader)
3)  BELLS: Chorus and Tape. 1969. (leader) (1 channel, but taped on both 7 1/2 ) Music-Belwyn.
(leader)
4)  DUOS FOR ONE: Easy Piano pieces and tape (1 chan, taped on both –7 ½). Music, A.C.A. (Pioneer)  no leader between movements.
Mirrors—Canon—Thoughtful Moment—Canon II—Where—Player chooses—Showoff.
[added in pencil:] S.I.U. Studio
item 4 Carter
Elliot Carter: Concerto for Piano [VIC LSC-3001]
7 1/2” stereo
item 5 Carter: Dbl. Conc./Var. For Orch.
Carter: Double Concerto for harpsichord, piano & two chamber orchestras (1961).
Variations for Orchestra (1955)
speed 7” (first work); speed 3 3/4” (second work); stereo
item 6 Carter: Variations for Orchestra
Carter: Variations for Orchestra (1956)
7 ½” single-track mono
item 7 Crumb: Star Child
Crumb. Star Child
7 ½” ½ tr stereo
item 8 Columbia-Princeton E.M.C. 10th Ann. Album, vol. 1
1) Otto Luening: “In The Beginning” from Theater Piece No. 2 (1956)
2) Milton Babbitt: “Vision & Prayer” (1961)
3) Ussachevsky “Computer Piece No. 1” (1968)
4) “Two Sketches for a computer piece” (1971).
5) Pril Smiley: “Kolyosa” (1970)
item 9 Columbia-Princeton E.M.C. 10th Ann. Album, vol. II
1) Alice Shields: “The Transformation of Ani” (1970)
2) Bülent Arel: “Stereo Electronic Music No. 2” (1970)
3) Mario Davidovsky: “Synchronisms no. 5” (1969); and, “Music for Computers, Electronics Sounds and Players”
4) Charles Dodge: “Extensions for Trumpet and Tape” (INCOMPLETE)
7 ½ ips; 2 track stereo
item 10 Constant, Nigg
Marius Constant (b. 1925, Rumania): 24 Preludes for Orchestra (1958) [15’]
Serge Nigg (b. 1924, Paris): Concerto for Violin and Orchestra (1957) [28’]. Christian Ferras, Violin.
Heliodor HS 25058
7 ½” stereo
item 11 Crumb: Ancient Voices….
George Crumb. Ancient Voices of Children
item 12 Dartmouth Prize Winners.
[description handwritten on labels affixed directly to reel]
1) Olly Wilson. Cetus. 1st U. of Illinois.
2) Hellerman. Ariel. Col-Princeton.
3) Dixi. Polish Radio
item 13  Davidowsky-Ligeti-Feldman
Davidowski [sic]: 3 Synebronisms. 1) Fl & Tape 2) Insts & Tape 3) Cello & Tape
Ligeti: Atmospheres.
Feldman: Out of “Last Pieces”
7 ½”

Box 24

item 1 Druckman Animus I
Jacob Druckman: “Animus I” (13:00).  Andre Smith, Trombonist
item 2 Druckman: Animus III
Druckman: Animus III (1971): clarinet and tape.
7 ½” 2-tr stereo
item 3 Druckman: Synapse. Valentine
Druckman: Synapse Valentine (1971)
Synapse: electronic.
Valentine: double bass alone.
7 ½” 2-tr stereo
item 4 Druckman, Schwantner, Harbison
Jacob Druckman (b. 1928): Incenters (1968). fl, ob, clar, bn, hn, trpt, trom, vn, va, cello, bass, pa, elec. organ, perc.
Joseph Schwantner (b. 1943): Diaphonia Intervallum (1966). Alto Sax, fl, pa, 2 vn, va, 2 cellos, bass.
John Harbison (b. 1938): Confinement (1965). Fl, ob, E.H., clar, bass clar, alto sax, trpt, trom, vn, va, cello, bass, pa, perc.
Stereo 7 ½”
item 5 DUTCH
[preceded by green leader]
PETER SCHAT
0-0460  Entelechy I
0468-end  Signalement
[preceded by red leader]
LOUIS ANDRIESSEN
0-0215  Nocturnes
0220-0340  Ittrospezione III
KEES VAN BAAREN
0350-0820  Concerto per pianoforte
CAREL BRONS
0830-end  Invenzione for organ
item 6 Dutch—Van Vlijmen, Van Baaren
(counter 000) Van Vlijmen: Gruppi per 20 instrumenti e percussion.
(counter 173) Van Baaren: Sopraposizioni II.
(counter) 303
[recorded on Kodak Sound Recording Tape]
7 ½” full track mono
item 7 From Dutch Radio.
TR I
1) (counter 000) Falla: Concerto, Harps + 5 inst.
2) (counter 190) Goethals: Elec. Music Expl.
3) (counter 390) Badings: Symphonische Klankfiguren
4) (counter 520) C.-Tedesco: Conc. for GuitarTR II
1) (counter 000) Feldman: Durations
2) (counter 281) Earl Brown: Music for Va, Cello & Piano|
3) (counter 315) Alex. Semlinsky: 2 Songs
4) (counter 385) Orthel: Picc. Sinfonia.
5) (counter) 497. Takemizu:
6) (counter 523) Sako:
7) (counter 561) Takahashi:
8) (counter 619) Cage:
item 8 Eimert: 6 Studien–Epitaph
Herbert Eimert. Sechs Studien (1962).
Epitaph für Aikichi Kuboyama (1962)
7 ½” 2-tr stereo
item 9 Electronic Music I (from records)
Davidovsky: Study #2.
Eimert: Etude on Sound Mixtures.
Varèse: Déserts (excerpt).
Ussachevsky: Metamorphosis.
Dockstader: Elec. Piece #4
7 ½” 2-track
item 10 Eloy / Pousseur / Cage / Stockhausen / Lazaroff
Eloy: Equivalences
Pousseur: Madrigal III
Cage: Variations IV (etc.)
Stockhausen: Momente (etc.)
Lazaroff: Tempi Concertati.
item 11 ERB
Donald Erb: In No Strange Land: trom, bass, tape.
Donald Erb:  Reconnaissance: vn, bass, pa, perc, Moog synthesizer, and Moog polyphonic instrument. (Live moog.)
item 12 Fine / Knight / Laderman / Mayuzumi / Takemitsu
5Irving Fine: Romanza (ww 5ette) 1963.
Morris Knight: Instances (ww 5ette) 1964.
Ezra Laderman: Theme, Variations & Finale for winds & strings (Octet)  1957 (mono).
Mayuzumi: Mandala Symphony (1960).
Toru Takemitsu: Textures (1964)
item 13 Gent/Inst & Tape
Gent: Gazella; Posseoir; Goijwerts; Boissons.

Box 25

item 1 [lacks side caption]
[side 1 citations crossed out]
Side 2:
1) Collages. Roberto Gerhard
2) Revelation and Fall. Peter Maxwell Davies
item 2 Ginastera: Cantata . . .
Ginastera: Cantata para América
Magica (perc & soprano)
Stereo 7 ½”
item 3 Hartley: Concerto for 23 Winds
Hartley. Concerto for 23 Winds (1958)
7 ½ ips single-track mono
item 4 Hearing
No other information
item 5 Henry: Var. for Sigh and Door
Pierre Henry: Variations for A Sigh & A Door. (Bejart Ballet)
3 ¾” 2-tr stereo
item 6 Henze: Symph. #1, #4
Symph. #1-Side 1
Symph #4-Side 2
[recorded on a Kodak Sound Recording Tape, 1250 ft. on 1 1/2 DUROL BASE, type 31A; purchased at Sibley, Lindsay & Curr Co.]
item 7 Husa: Prague.
Dr. Barlow. Husa-Music for Prague
item 8 IMAI
Yoshika Imai, piano. February 4, 1982 8:30 pm. Kilbourn Hall
[recital by candidate for the degree Master of Music in Performance and Literature, and for the Performer’s Certificate. Student from the class of David Burge.]
Program:
1) Sonata No. 27 in G major- J. Haydn
2) Chaînes (1973) Part I-Akira Miyoshi.
3) Rhapsodies (1973)-C. Curtis- Smith
4) Reflexives for piano & tape-Joe Hudson
5) Barcarolle, op. 60 in F# Major-F. Chopin.
¼ tr. stereo 7 ½ ips tails out
item 9 ISCM 1978
ISCM [International Society for Contemporary Music] Helsinki 1978.
Mache: Octuor (France).
Maros: Lament (Hungary).
Heinio: Akasa (Finland).
Shinohara: Relations (Japan).
Consoli: Music for Chambers (USA).
Leuendi: Six Turkish Folk Poems (Holland).
From WRVO, Oswego 6-20-79
item 10 IVES
Music and Art. Lecture Tape
[! conflicting information: side caption “IVES” prominently written over previously entered side caption “MUSIC and ART”]
7.5 ips
item 11 [lacks side caption]
Ives Psalm 90
[extensive previously written track listing crossed out with large black X]
item 12 Kagel, Eimert, Ligeti
Kagel: Transición.
Eimert: Selection 1.
Ligeti: Articulation
item 13

Kagel, Stockhausen

  • Mauricio Kagel: Transicion II (1959) for pa, perc & 2 magnetic tapes
  • Karlheinz Stockhausen: Xyklus (1959) for 1 percussionist
  • Stockhausen: Refrain (1959) for pa, wood blocks, celeste, antique cymbals, vibraphone, cowbells, glock.

stereo 3 ¾”

Box 26

item 1 Kirchner St. Q. #3
Kirchner: Str[ing] Qu[artet] # 3 w/ tape 1967
2-tr stereo 7 ½”
item 2 Langlais: Missa Salve Regina
Langlais: Missa Salve Regina. Notre Dame, 1955
1 track mono. 7 ½ ips
item 3 Lutoslauski [sic]
Track 1:
1)Van Vlijmen: Songs; 2 pianos orch. [begin at counter] 000
2) Pijper: Quartet #5 [begin at counter] 200)
3) Van Baaren: Quartet II, Sovraposizioni I [begin at counter] 305
4) Milhaud: Quartet #7  [begin at counter] 381
5) Searle: Sym. #1 (part)  [begin at counter] 472
6) Seiber: Elegy, va & orch [begin at counter] 570-62Track 2:
1) Lutoslauski: Quartet [performed by the] LaSalle Quartet (counter 000)
2) Peyrot: Suite for Guitar (counter 272)
3) Wissmer: Quadrige
4) Gerber: 3 piano pieces (counter 437)
5) Vibert: Chant de la Nuit (counter 506)
6) Willejsma: 2 Madrigals, vn & piano (counter 534)
7) Maarten Bon: Capriccioso & Ostinato for fl. (counter 612)
8) Theo Bruins: 6 Studies for Piano (counter 648)
3 ¾” Holland
item 4 Lutoslawski: 3 poems, Postlude  [side caption identical to label description]
item 5 Maroglu, Buffet
Works by Ilhan Mimaroglu.
1)  Wings of the Delirious Demon.
2)  Anacolutha: Encounter & Episode II.
3)  Interlude II
4)  Prelude #8.
5)  Provocations
6)  White Cockatoo
7)  Hyperboles.Jean Du Buffet: Musical Experiences.
1)  Aguichements
2)  L’eau
3)  Délibérants
4)  Pleure et Applaudit.
3 ¾ ips 2 track stereo
item 6 Messiaen: Quartet
Messiaen: Quartet for the End of Time:
1) Crystal Liturgy—2) Vocalise for the Angel who announces the end of time—3) Abyss of the Birds—4) Intermezzo—5) In praise of the eternity of Jesus—6) Dance of Fury, for the 7 trumpets—7) Cluster of rainbows, for the angel who….—8) In praise of the immortality of Jesus.
item 7 Messiaen, Boulez, Koechlin
Messiaen: Chronochromie.
Boulez: Le Soleil des Eaux.
Koechlin: Les Bandar-Log.
Angel 536295
7 ½” stereo.
item 8 [description on side label now faded]
Moroi & Mayuzumi: Variations (elec. sounds).
Maderna: Syntaxis (excerpt).
7 1/2”
item 9 Music for Computer, Electronic Sounds & Players. Dodge! Arel.
1) Charles Dodge; “Folia”
2) “Extensions for Trumpet and Tape”
3) Bülent Arel “Mimiana II: Frieze”
7 ½ ips ½ 2-tr stereo
item 10 9 Tailors Sig
Signature-9 Tailors
item 11 Peabody Electric Music Center. Pieces by Woolf/Trythall
Woolf-1) Where Did They All Go? (1969)
2) Lov-e-ly Days (1969)
Trythall 3) Breathing Bag #4 (1969)
Realized in the Electronic Music Center, George Peabody College, Nashville, Tenn.
7 ½ ips.; 2-tr stereo
item 12 Penderecki: Passion
Penderecki: Passion According to St. Luke. Victor 6015
Stereo 3 ¾”
item 13 Persichetti
Persichetti-Psalm
½ tr

Box 27

item 1 PHILLIPS: Sonata, Cello & Piano
Phillips: Sonata for Cello & Piano. Carl Stern w/ Phillips. (1949)
7 ½ ips
item 2 Polish
Side 1:
Penderecki: Threnody for the Victims of Hiroshima (52 strings).
Lutoslawski: 3 poems of Henri Michaux for choir & orch.
Side 2:
Malawski: Symph. Etudes for Pa & Orch.
Lutoslawski: Postlude for Orch.
item 3 Polish Avant-Garde (instr.)
1) Kotonski: Pour Quatre
2) Seroeki: Swinging music.
3) Schäffer: Quartet 2+2
3) Szalonek: Improvisations Sonoristiques
4) Krauze: Polychromie
5) Dobrowolski: Krabogapa
2-tr stereo 3 ¾”
item 4 Pousseur “Rimes…”
Henri Pousseur: “Rimes pour différentes sources sonores” (instruments & tape)
7 ½” 1/2-track stereo
item 5 Pousseur / LeCaine / Stephen
1) Hugh LeCaine: Dripsody (elec.)
2) Henri Pousseur: “Rimes pour différentes sources sonores (inst. & tape)
3) V. Stephen: Fireworks (elec.)
7 1/2” 1/2-track stereo
item 6 Pousseur Liege
Pousseur: Trois Visages de Liege.
¼ tr stereo. 7 ½”
item 7 Powell: Haiku Settings
Mel Powell. Haiku Settings (inst.)
7 ½” stereo
item 8 Reynolds, Myrow
[the following handwritten selections crossed out with an X]
Robert Reynolds (b. 1934): Quick are the Mouths of Earth (1965).
3 fl., ob., trpt., 2 trom., 3 celli, pa., perc.
Fredric Myrow (b. 1939): Songs from the Japanese (1965)
sop., fl., alto fl., clar., bass clar., vn., va., cello, bass, pa., hpschd., perc.
item 9 Rogers: Dance Scenes
Rogers: Dance Scenes. The Rising Moon—Fire Flies—Samurai. 1950.
Single track mono. 7 ½ ips
item 10 Semegen: E.C. #2: Spectra (1979)
Daria Semegen. Electronic Composition No. 2: Spectra (1979)
Broadcast Music Inc. (BMI) c1979 by Daria Semegen
7 ½ ips, ½ track, 2-channel stereo
item 11 Shaffer: Symphony (Electronic Music)
Boguslaw Schaffer: Symphony (Electronic Music)
item 12 Ezra Sims: Quartet #3 (1962)
(w/ ¼ and 1/6 tones)
7 ½” stereo
item 13 Source #1 Ashley, Behrman
Source: Music of the Avant-Garde, Record #1
Robert Ashley-The Wolfman.
David Behrman-Wave Train.
7 1/2” stereo

Box 28

item 1 Stockhausen. Berio
[the two names appearing as a side caption do not entirely correspond to the label caption]
Berio: Momenti / Omaggio à Joyce.
Maderna: Continuo
item 2 Subotnik: Sidewinder
Subotnik: Sidewinder
3 ¾” 2- tr stereo
item 3 Subotnik: “Touch”
Subotnik: Touch
3 ¾” 2-tr stereo
item 4 Subotnik: “Touch”
Subotnik: Touch
7 ½” stereo ½-tr. stereo
item 5 Takemitsu
1. Water-music. Concrète: water drops.
2: Vocalism AI (Love)- Vocal sound AI
item 6 Vladimir Ussachevsky Of Wood and Brass
Ussachevsky: Of Wood & Brass
Stereo; 15 ips
item 7 Ussachevsky: “Of wood….” ; Stockhausen: “Gesang…”
Ussachevsky: Of Wood & Brass.
Stockhausen: Gesang der Jünglinge
7 ½” 2 tr stereo
item 8 Vaughn [sic] Williams- 5 Mystical Songs;
Duruflé Requiem
1) Duruflé: Requiem.
2) Vaughn [sic] Williams-5 mystical songs
item 9 Wuorinen: Time’s Encomium
Charles Wuorinen (b. 1938): Time’s Encomium: for synthesized and processed synthesized sound.
Orig. Sounds- RCA synthesizer; segments processed at Columbia Princeton.
Stereo 3 ¾”
item 10 Xenakis: Metastasis, etc.
Iannis Xenakis.
1) Metastasis
2) Pithoprakta
3) Eonta.
Instrumental. Vanguard-Cardinal VCS 10030
3 ¾” stereo.
item 11 Xenakis: Orient-Occident  [side caption identical to label description]
7 ½ ips
item 12 Xenakis, Henry
[a first selection preceding the Xenakis, Ferrari: Visage V, crossed out]
Xenakis: Orient-Occident.
Henry: Entité
item 13 York
Electronic music from York.
Andrew Bentley: Moan.
Martin Gellhorn: Compression Ices ’72.
John Carsdale: Dionysus.
Trevor Wishart: Machine. Part I, Part II, Part III.
3 ¾ i.p.s. 2-track stereo

Box 29

item 1 Barlow Box I
Master side 2
Chanson Elliude Good
        7” reel
item 2 Barlow Box II
Master side 1
Handel good
      7” reel
item 3 Death A [side caption identical to label description]
7” reel
item 4 AGFA Tape [side caption identical to label description]
[previous side caption crossed out]
item 5 #26 M.O.H. “Brealack”
M.O.H.
Brealock
8trk 00-6:00 Beds
8trk 6:30-12:30 Beds
[previous side caption crossed out]
item 6 1000 HZ.
item 7 Death Chords
Death Chords A+B
3 pulses [previous side caption crossed out]
        Debussy Preludes
Bhe II
          7 ½”
item 8 Bird [side caption identical to label description]

Series 3: Audio-cassettes

Box 30

item 1 American Music Festival Program I-1 &2 of 4
1982. National Public Radio.
item 2 American Music Festival Program I 3& 4 of 4
1982. National Public Radio.
item 3 American Music Festival Program I 3 & 4 of 4. C.2
Duplicate of item 2
item 4 W.B. Orch.
[no further information]
item 5 BMC [i.e. Brevard Music Center] 1986 Symphonic Band.
[no further information]
item 6 Hymn Voluntaries for Organ
75 Years of Chamber Music from Eastman. Wayne Barlow: Hymn Voluntaries for Organ. Kilbourn Hall. October 27, 1996
item 7 Winter’s Passed [sic]
Winter’s Passed. Wayne Barlow.
item 8 Winter’s Past- DAT
Winter’s Passed. Barlow.
item 9 Music for Fl, Vc, Hp, with Cl, Pf- Mvt. II
1.Papyanis.
item 10 Images for Harp and Instruments
Images for Harp & Instruments by Wayne Barlow. Robt. Barlow. Harp. Nat. Gallery of Art. Washington.
item 11 Lento for Strings///Images
A: 1) Sinfonia 2) Night Song
B: 1) Lento for Strings 2) Images
item 12 Duo-3 mvt.
Barlow: Duo 3 mvmts.
item 13 Mass in G
Mass in G. Barlow.
Kyrie, Gloria, Sanctus, Cantio pro, Elevatione, Agnus Dei.
item 14 [side caption lacking]
A) 1) Hymn Voluntaries for Organ. 2) Lento for Strings. 3) Songs: Poems for Music. Barlow.
B) 1) Dynamisms for 2 pianos. 2) Images for Harp and Clarinet Quintet.
item 15 1. Mass in G. 2. We All Believe Wait For
Wayne Barlow. Side 1) Mass in G Excerpt.
Side 2) 1-We All Believe. 2- Wait for the Promise Excerpt
item 16 Barlow: Images, Intermezzo, Trio
A)Barlow: Images for Harp and Instruments
B) 1) Intermezzo for Harp and Viola. 2) Trio for Oboe, Viola and Piano.
item 17 Wayne Barlow
A) Voices of Darkness. Female reader, piano, percussion, and tape.
B) 1) Four organ chorale preludes. 2) Vocalise and Canon for tube and piano
item 18 Poulenc Gloria. Stabat Mater
Kathleen Battle. Tanglewood Festival Chorus. Boston Symphony Orchestra. Seiji Ozawa.
item 19 [side caption lacking]
Side A: Five Psalms for voice and chamber ensemble. P. Peter Sacco, composer- tenor.
Side B: Five Psalms for voice and piano. P. Peter Sacco, composer-tenor.

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