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[Concert, 2017, November 28] [sound recording]
Princeton University. Sound Kitchen
Princeton, NJ. : Princeton University, Dept. of Music, 2017.
1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Trueman, Dan, 1968-
Pratt, Michael, 1949-
Ó Lionáird, Iarla
Princeton University. Department of Music
Princeton University. Graduate recitals
Le Boeuf, Pascal,
Both eyes open, half a mind.
Pidgorna, Anna, 1985-
The mint picker's man.
Socolofsky, Annika K., 1990-
a sense of who.
"Iarla Ó Lionáird was a Visiting Lecturer in the Humanities Council and a Belknlap Fellow in Music for the 2016-2017 academic year and is currently a Global Scholar. The pieces being performed on this program were developed in the Fall 2016 graduate seminar MUS 545: Contexts of Composition, taught by Professor Donnacha Dennehy and Iarla Ó Lionáird." --program.
A complete program is available in online.
Performing new works by Rodrigo Batalha, Jenny Beck, Ninfea Cruttwell-Reade, Christopher Douthitt, Pascal Le Boeuf, Anna Pidgorna, Annika Socolofsky, and Alyssa Weinberg.
Substantial changes with additional tracks on recital recording in regards to actual printed program order. Contents reflect the recording.
Time and place of event
Recorded in Taplin Auditorium, Fine Hall.
Iarla Ó Lionáird, vocals ; Min-Young Kim and Anna Lim, violins ; Jessica Thompson, viola ; Alberto Parrini, cello and guests ; Princeton Sound Kitchen, Dan Trueman, director ; Michael Pratt, resident conductor.
Untitled / C. Douthitt
Sean-nós selections / traditional
Prick songs / N. Cruttwell-Reade
Undertow / R. Batalha
Both eyes open, half a mind / P. Le Boeuf
The mint picker's man / A. Pidgorna
Good will / M. Herron
Sean-nós / traditional
Macaronic musings / A. Weinberg --a sense of who / A. Socolofsky
Sky song / J. Beck.
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Princeton Sound Kitchen presents : Iarla Ó Lionáird.
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