Litchfield, CT : Living Music ; [S.l.] : Distributed by Earth Music, p2010.
1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Sung in "Artostani", Arto Tuncboyaciyan's made-up language of nonsense syllables (3rd, 11th, 13th, and 16th works) and an undetermined language (8th work).
Paul Winter Consort (Paul Winter, soprano saxophone ; Arto Tuncboyaciyan, voice, sazabo, percussion ; Dhruba Ghosh, sarangi ; Yukiko Matsuyama, koto ; Glen Velez, frame drums ; Paul McCandless, oboe, English horn, Heckelphone, bass clarinet ; Steve Gorn, bansuri ; Eugene Friesen, cello ; Don Grusin, keyboard ; Yangjin Lamu, voice ; Shumei Chorus, Hiroko Matsui, conductor ; Shumei Taiko Ensemble ; Chorus of Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Wayne Abercrombie, conductor ; with honey buzzard, Uguisu (Japanese bush-warbler), Asian and African elephants, and humpback whale sounds.
Produced by Paul Winter and Dixon van Winkle.
Recorded in the Miho Museum, Shiga, Japan, Cathedral of St. John the Divine, New York City, and at Living Music Studios, Litchfield, Connecticut.
Program and historical notes by Paul Winter ( p. : ill.) inserted in container.
Part I: Many paths to paradise. Saxophone (Song of Miho) ; Sarangi (Dawn raga) ; Arto (Begore it's too late) ; English horn (theme from "On the steppes of Central Asia" / Borodin; arr. Paul McCandless, Don Grusin) ; Koto ; Frame drums (Cedar grove dance) ; Bansuri & saxophone ; Yangjim (Words of wish fulfillment) ; Bendir & Heckelphone ; Saxophone reprise ; Arto (Singing to the mountain -- Part II: Shangri-la. The welcome (Song og Miho) ; Koto spring ; Elephant dance ; Whale raga ; Love is not in your name ; Twilight ; Andante (from Sonata #2 in A minor for unaccompanied violin) / Bach; arr. Paul Halley ; Remembering ; Saturday night in Peach Valley ; Morning sun.
Journey to the mountain
LMU-42 Living Music