George Antheil - George Antheil Centennial (1900-2000) - Antheil Plays Antheil

George Antheil - George Antheil Centennial (1900-2000) - Antheil Plays Antheil
George Antheil - George Antheil Centennial (1900-2000) - Antheil Plays Antheil
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  • Musician:
    George Antheil
  • Album name:
    George Antheil Centennial (1900-2000) - Antheil Plays Antheil
  • Genre:
  • Short info:
    Label: Other Minds ‎– OM 1003/4-2
    Type: 2 x CD, Compilation, Mono, Stereo
    Country: US
    Date of released: 2000
    Category: Classical
    Style: Modern
  • Size:
    1371 megabytes

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The Music 73:23
Valentine Waltzes
1-1 No. 1 2:11
1-2 No. 2 1:28
1-3 No. 3 1:11
1-4 No. 4 0:44
1-5 No. 5 1:33
1-6 No. 6 0:46
1-7 No. 7 1:36
1-8 No. 8 1:53
1-9 No. 9 1:13
1-10 No. 10 1:48
1-11 No. 11 2:27
Eight Fragments From Shelley
1-12 When Soft Winds 1:39
1-13 To The Moon 1:17
1-14 When The Lamp Is Shattered 4:59
1-15 I Stood Upon A Heaven Cleaving Turret 2:43
1-16 A Dirge 3:11
1-17 To-Morrow 1:24
1-18 Sonnet To Byron 2:02
1-19 I Faint, I Perish With My Love 4:03
1-20 McKonkey's Ferry Overture 10:15
Symphony No. 5, "Joyous" (1947-48)
1-21 Allegro 8:25
1-22 Adagio Molto 8:09
1-23 Allegretto Giocoso 7:59
Speech And Stories 71:08
Two Odes Of John Keats
2-1 Ode On A Grecian Urn
Piano, Composed By – George AntheilVoice [Narrator] – Vincent Price Words By [Poem] – John Keats
4:10
2-2 To A Nightingale
Piano, Composed By – George AntheilVoice [Narrator] – Vincent Price Words By [Poem] – John Keats
7:02
2-3 "The Prostitute", From The Ballet Capital Of The World
Piano, Voice [Spoken Introduction], Composed By – George Antheil
1:22
2-4 Peter Pokes A Pig (Story For Peter, 1942)
Piano, Voice, Written-By, Recorded By – George Antheil
3:04
2-5 Mu-uh-uch In The Moonlight (Story For Peter, 1942)
Piano, Voice, Written-By, Recorded By – George Antheil
3:23
Prediction Of Allied Invasion Of North Africa
2-6 Part One: Signposts To The Future
Recorded By – George AntheilVoice [Radio Announcer] – Manchester Boddy
2:03
2-7 Part Two: The Defense Of Stalingrad
Recorded By – George AntheilVoice [Radio Announcer] – Manchester Boddy
4:24
2-8 Biggest Muscles Waltz (Story For Peter, 1942)
Piano, Voice, Written-By, Recorded By – George Antheil
3:23
2-9 Captain Peter Shoots Down Nazi Air Ship (Story For Peter, 1942)
Piano, Voice, Written-By, Recorded By – George Antheil
3:35
2-10 George Antheil Speaks
Recorded By – Truman FisherVoice – George Antheil
17:50
2-11 The SPA Interview
Interviewee – Hannah M. Adler, Norman Fox Interviewer, Recorded By – Charles Amirkhanian
20:00

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Other Minds, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Other Minds, Inc.

Credits

  • Chorus – Roger Wagner Chorale* (tracks: 1-12 to 1-19)
  • Composed By – George Antheil (tracks: 1-1 to 1-23)
  • Conductor – F. Charles Adler (tracks: 1-20), Herbert Haefner (tracks: 1-21 to 1-23)
  • Design – Jim Newman
  • Engineer [Audio Restoration] – Joe Tarantino
  • Executive Producer – Carl Stone
  • Illustration [On Booklet (p. 1): George Antheil, 1927] – Miguel Covarrubias
  • Illustration [Self-portrait On Cover, Drawing On Booklet (p. 7: " Picasso ")] – George Antheil
  • Liner Notes [Booklet Editor] – Mari Hatta
  • Mastered By [And Sonic Solutions Processing] – Ron Rigler
  • Orchestra – Vienna Philharmonia Orchestra* (tracks: 20 to 23)
  • Photography By [Antheil's Photo On Booklet Cover (mid 1950s)] – William Claxton
  • Piano – George Antheil (tracks: 1-1 to 1-19)
  • Producer, Liner Notes – Charles Amirkhanian
  • Words By [Poems] – Percy Bysshe Shelley (tracks: 1-12 to 1-19)

Notes

The Rare SPA Recordings & Private Audio Documents 1942-1958
All recordings digitally reconstructed from surviving monaural analog audio material of variable quality, except for the SPA interview, which is in stereo

Recorded:
• October 18, 1951, Gold Star Recording Studios, Hollywood, California; released on SPA 36, November 1952 (tracks 1-1 to 1-11)
• 1951, Los Angeles, California; released on SPA 36, November 1952 (tracks 1-12 to 1-19)
• 1952, Vienna, Austria; released on SPA 47, probably in 1953 (track 1-20)
• March 1952, Vienna, Austria; released on SPA 16, October 24, 1952 (tracks 1-21 to 1-23)
• September 22, 1951, Gold Star Recording Studios, Hollywood, California; released on SPA 1, June 1952 (tracks 2-1 and 2-2)
• ca. 1953, Gold Star Recording Studios, Hollywood, California; previously unreleased (track 2-3)
• 1942 on Antheil's home 78 rpm disc-cutting machine; previously unreleased (tracks 2-4 to 2-9)
• for broadcast in 1958 at home of George Antheil in Hollywood for KPPC FM Radio, Pasadena, California (track 2-10)
• for broadcast April 25, 1981, at SPA Records, Saratoga Springs, New York; broadcast subsequently on KPFA FM Radio, Berkeley, California (track 2-11)

℗ © 2000 Other Minds, Inc. and Estate of George Antheil

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 084390100328
  • Other (Disc 1 Catalog#): OM 1003-2
  • Other (Disc 2 Catalog#): OM 1004-2

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