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Margaret Hee-Leng Tan, New York City, April 17, 1982

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Summary:Performance by Margaret Hee-Leng Tan, New York City, April 17, 1982. Track 1: 00:00 to 10:28. Spoken remarks by composer Alan Hovhaness / applause/ambience -- 10:28 to 18:40. Hovhaness: Suite for Piano, Op.98 -- 18:41 to 19:12. Applause/ambience. Track 2: 00:00 to 00:22. Applause/ambience -- 00:23 to 11:06. Messiaen: Canteyodjaya -- 11:07 to 13:21. Applause/ambience/applause -- 13:22 to 17:46. Debussy: Images Book II: No.1, Cloches a travers les feuilles -- 17:47 to 22:36. Debussy: Images Book II: No.2, Et la lune descend dsur le temple qui fut -- 22:37 to 26:20. Debussy: Images Book II: No.3, Poissons d'or -- 26:21 to 27:14. Applause/ambience. Track 3: 00:00 to 09:32. Cage: Amores for Prepared Piano (1943) -- 09:33 to 12:00. Applause/ambience -- 12:00 to 17:24. Spoken remarks by composer Philip Corner -- 17:25 to 19:01. Blank -- 19:01 to 30:25. Corner: Ink Marks for Performance (1962) -- 30:26 - applause. Track 4: 00:00 to 01:48. Ambience/applause -- 01:48 to 06:45. John Adams: China Gates (1977) -- 06:46 to 07:31. Applause/ambience/applause -- 07:32 to 22:12. Charles Griffes: Piano Sonata (1917) -- 22:13 to 23:23. Applause -- 23:23 to 24:23. Remarks by Margaret Tan, introducing an encore -- 24:23 to 26:57. Henry Cowell: The Snows of Fujiyama. -- 26:58 - applause, fades.
Creator:Tan, Margaret Leng
Century:1901-2000
Place of origin – Continent:North America
Place of origin – Country:United States
Place of origin – Region:New York
Place of origin – Settlement:New York
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Repository:International Piano Archives at Maryland
Browse terms:Fine Arts
Collection:Digital Collections
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