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Author Cox, Cindy, 1961-
Title Chamber music. Selections
Columba aspexit : chamber works of Cindy Cox.
Imprint New York, NY : CRI, [2002]

Author Cox, Cindy, 1961-
Subject Quintets (Piano, clarinet, flute, percussion, cello)
String quartets.
Trios (Piano, clarinet, violin)
Sextets (Electronic keyboards (2), saxophone, electric guitar, percussion, violin)
Alt Name Joseff, Peter,
Bentley, Karen (Violinist),
Rosenak, Karen,
Cox, Cindy, 1961- Geode.
Cox, Cindy, 1961- Columba aspexit.
Cox, Cindy, 1961- Primary colors.
Cox, Cindy, 1961- Into the wild.
Earplay (Musical group),
Alexander String Quartet,
Paul Dresher Ensemble,
Description 1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Time 001558 002347 001224 001150
Performer In the 1st work: Earplay Ensemble. In the 2nd work: Alexander Quartet. In the 3rd work: Peter Joseff, clarinet ; Karen Bentley, violin ; Karen Rosenak, piano. In the 4th work: Paul Dresher Ensemble.
Note The 4th work recorded at the studio of the Paul Dresher Ensemble; the remainder recorded at Hertz Hall, UC Berkeley.
Compact disc.
Program notes by John Campion, biographical notes on the composer, and notes on the performing groups ([16] p. : port.) inserted in container.
Contents Geode : for flute, clarinet, cello, percussion, and piano (1996) (15:58) -- Columba aspexit : after Hildegard von Bingen : for string quartet (1995) (23:47) -- Primary colors : for violin, clarinet, and piano (1995) (12:24) -- Into the wild : for amplified violin, soprano saxophone, Mallet-Kat, electric drums, electric guitar, and keyboards (1997) (11:50).
ISBN/ISSN 090438088626
Publisher # CD886 CRI
OCLC # 48992386

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