Re: Kirkpatrick 1948 Concord
- Sorry, apologies to all ivesians, I wrote too fast. After checking, I
don't have the Kirkpatrick second version nor Adrienne Albert's
collection of songs here with me. I'll send it next summer; meanwhile,
are "available", in good sound, Kontarsky: Concord, Lee : 1st, and
soon, Lear and Stewart's collection of songs.
Much more in 6 months time, patience!
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Daniel Pérez <pzdlre@...> wrote:
> I have digitized Kirkpatrick's stereo version, and also Alois
> Kontarsky's, someone who knew well the XX century language, but had
> nevertheless ;-) been selected by Earle Brown to record the Concord
> sonata. Also available, the first one, by Noel Lee.
> If some people are interested, I will send them into space through,
> well, "sendspace".
> Hem, also the songs by Adrienne Albert. All of these are not on CD,
> just tell me.
> Daniel Pérez
> --- In email@example.com, Douglas Jordon
> <douglas_jordon@> wrote:
> > --- anthony cole <tony@> wrote:
> > > Both John K's recordings come up for sale now and
> > > again on Ebay, Douglas
> > > (the later one much more frequently of course) - I
> > > managed to get a spare
> > > copy of the '48 one a few years ago and was
> > > delighted to pass it on to one
> > > of our Yahoogroup with whom I'd been in close
> > > contact - Tony
> > Yeah, so I'm learning, ebay is where my friend got
> > his. A vital recording IMO. Kirkpatrick was alone, he
> > had to blaze a trial.
> > It's also valuable to hear Ives approached from a time
> > before the mainstays of 20th cen music were part of
> > the common language. IOW, a perspective that lacks
> > influences of say the 2nd Viennes school.