70th Birthday Album
Star-Child (1977), a parable for soprano, antiphonal children's voices, male speaking choir, bell ringers and large orchestra
2'16"/8'18"/1'18"/5'48"/2'06"/2'26"/13'21" - TT 35'36"
Mundus Canis, 'A Dog's World' (1998), five humoresques for Guitar and Percussion
2'45"/1'13"/2'37"/1'31"/1'32" - TT 9'41"
Three Early Songs (1947)
2'51"/3'16"/2'24" - TT 8'32"
Susan Narucki, soprano
Joseph Alessi, solo trombone
The Warsaw Boys' Choir
The Warsaw Philharmonic Choir
George Crumb and Paul Cesarczyk, bell ringers
The Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra
David Starobin, guitar
George Crumb, percussion
Three Early Songs:
Ann Crumb, soprano
George Crumb, piano
Recorded: July and August 1998 (Star-Child), October 1998 (Mundus Canis), March 1999 (Three Early Songs)
Venue: Philharmonic Hall, Warsaw, Poland (Star-Child), The American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York City, USA (Star-Child and Mundus Canis), Master Sound Astoria, USA (Three Early Songs)
Producers: David and Becky Starobin
Engineers: Andrzej Sasin and Andrzej Lupa (Star-Child, Warsaw), Tom Luekens (Star-Child, New York), Adam Abeshouse (Mundus Canis), David Merrill (Three Early Songs)
Copyright: 1999 Bridge Records, Inc.
Pressing: 1999 Bridge Records, Inc.
Bridge 9095 DDD Stereo NEW RELEASE
TT - 54'15"
Editorial & Design details
Liner notes: George Crumb
Cover illustration: West Virginia Sun; Arnout Hyde Jr.
Design: Pete Ciccone, Immaculate Concepts
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