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Harrison & Adams: Works for Harp, Guitar & Percussion

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5 Athabascan Dances (John Adams)

1
5 Athabascan Dances: No. 1. Grandpa Joe's Travelling Song
00:01:58

Just Strings, Ensemble - John Adams, Composer

2015 MicroFest Records

2
5 Athabascan Dances: No. 2. They will all go
00:01:26

Just Strings, Ensemble - John Adams, Composer

2015 MicroFest Records

3
5 Athabascan Dances: No. 3. Deenaadai'
00:03:29

Just Strings, Ensemble - John Adams, Composer

2015 MicroFest Records

4
5 Athabascan Dances: No. 4. Grandpa Joe's Hunting Song
00:02:06

Just Strings, Ensemble - John Adams, Composer

2015 MicroFest Records

5
5 Athabascan Dances: No. 5. Potlach Song of a Lonely Man
00:04:05

Just Strings, Ensemble - John Adams, Composer

2015 MicroFest Records

Jahla in the Form of a Ductia to Pleasure Leopold Stokowski on his 90th Birthday (Lou Harrison)

6
Jahla in the Form of a Ductia to Pleasure Leopold Stokowski on his 90th Birthday
00:01:55

Just Strings, Ensemble - Lou Harrison, Composer

2015 MicroFest Records

Music for Bill and Me (Lou Harrison)

7
Music for Bill and Me
00:05:07

Alison Bjorkedal, Performer - Lou Harrison, Composer

2015 MicroFest Records

Avalokiteshvara (Lou Harrison)

8
Avalokiteshvara
00:02:12

Just Strings, Ensemble - Lou Harrison, Composer

2015 MicroFest Records

Sonata in Ishartum (Lou Harrison)

9
Sonata in Ishartum
00:01:49

Just Strings, Ensemble - Lou Harrison, Composer

2015 MicroFest Records

Serenado por Gitaro (Lou Harrison)

10
Serenado por Gitaro
00:02:11

Alison Bjorkedal, Performer - Lou Harrison, Composer

2015 MicroFest Records

Beverly's Troubadour Piece (Lou Harrison)

11
Beverly's Troubadour Piece
00:01:36

Just Strings, Ensemble - Lou Harrison, Composer

2015 MicroFest Records

Lyric Phrases (Lou Harrison)

12
Lyric Phrases
00:03:18

Just Strings, Ensemble - Lou Harrison, Composer

2015 MicroFest Records

Little Gamelon (version for harp) (Lou Harrison)

13
Little Gamelon (version for harp)
00:02:10

Alison Bjorkedal, Performer - Lou Harrison, Composer

2015 MicroFest Records

Palace Music (Lou Harrison)

14
Palace Music
00:03:14

Alison Bjorkedal, Performer - Lou Harrison, Composer

2015 MicroFest Records

Little Homage to Eratosthenes (Lou Harrison)

15
Little Homage to Eratosthenes
00:01:46

Alison Bjorkedal, Performer - Lou Harrison, Composer

2015 MicroFest Records

Threnody for Oliver Daniel (Lou Harrison)

16
Threnody for Oliver Daniel
00:03:50

Alison Bjorkedal, Performer - Lou Harrison, Composer

2015 MicroFest Records

3 Dances from Faust (Lou Harrison)

17
3 Dances from Faust: No. 1. —
00:01:24

Alison Bjorkedal, Performer - Lou Harrison, Composer

2015 MicroFest Records

18
3 Dances from Faust: No. 2. —
00:01:44

Alison Bjorkedal, Performer - Lou Harrison, Composer

2015 MicroFest Records

19
3 Dances from Faust: No. 3. —
00:02:14

Alison Bjorkedal, Performer - Lou Harrison, Composer

2015 MicroFest Records

5 Yup'ik Dances (John Adams)

20
5 Yup'ik Dances: No. 1. Invitation to the Dance
00:01:58

Just Strings, Ensemble - John Adams, Composer

2015 MicroFest Records

21
5 Yup'ik Dances: No. 2. Jump Rope Song
00:02:07

Just Strings, Ensemble - John Adams, Composer

2015 MicroFest Records

22
5 Yup'ik Dances: No. 3. Shaman's Moon Song
00:01:52

Just Strings, Ensemble - John Adams, Composer

2015 MicroFest Records

23
5 Yup'ik Dances: No. 4. Juggling Song
00:02:11

Just Strings, Ensemble - John Adams, Composer

2015 MicroFest Records

24
5 Yup'ik Dances: No. 5. It Circles Me
00:01:59

Just Strings, Ensemble - John Adams, Composer

2015 MicroFest Records

In Honor of the Divine Mr. Handel (Lou Harrison)

25
In Honor of the Divine Mr. Handel
00:06:28

Just Strings, Ensemble - HMC American Gamelan, Ensemble - Lou Harrison, Composer

2015 MicroFest Records

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