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Carpenter: Krazy Kat; Gilbert: The Dance In Place Congo


Release Date: 12/08/1992 
Label:  New World Records   Catalog #: 80228   Spars Code: n/a 
Composer:  John Alden CarpenterAdolph WeissHenry F. GilbertJohn Powell
Performer:  Zita Carno
Conductor:  Calvin SimmonsLawrence Foster
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra
Number of Discs: 1 
Recorded in: Stereo 
Length: 0 Hours 45 Mins. 

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Works on This Recording

1.
Crazy cat by John Alden Carpenter
Conductor:  Calvin Simmons
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra
Period: 20th Century 
Written: 1921/1940; USA 
Venue:  Royce Hall Auditorium, UCLA 
Length: 12 Minutes 52 Secs. 
2.
American life by Adolph Weiss
Conductor:  Lawrence Foster
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra
Period: 20th Century 
Written: 1929; USA 
Venue:  Royce Hall Auditorium, UCLA 
Length: 5 Minutes 7 Secs. 
3.
Dance in Place Congo, Op. 15 by Henry F. Gilbert
Conductor:  Calvin Simmons
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra
Period: Romantic 
Written: circa 1908/1916; USA 
Venue:  Royce Hall Auditorium, UCLA 
Length: 11 Minutes 23 Secs. 
4.
Rhapsodie nčgre for Piano and Orchestra, Op. 27 by John Powell
Performer:  Zita Carno (Piano)
Conductor:  Calvin Simmons
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra
Period: 20th Century 
Written: 1918; USA 
Venue:  Royce Hall Auditorium, UCLA 
Length: 16 Minutes 19 Secs. 

Sound Samples

Krazy Kat
The Dance In Place Congo
American Life
Rhapsodie Negre

Customer Reviews

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 Unfair to Gilbert June 22, 2012 By Donald J O'Connor (Kreamer, PA) See All My Reviews "On the whole, this is a good album, with rare and entirely worthwhile repertoire. The pratfall is Gilbert's "Dance in the Place Congo", a beautiful and atmospheric piece of early 20th century Americana. Or it would be if you could hear the whole piece. The piece has nearly half of its music cut out, and it shows. It proves Schoenberg's comment that when you cut a work, you merely get a shorter work that sounds too long. Gilbert deserved better. The rest of the disc is fine." Report Abuse
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