Ulysses Kay: A Bio-Bibliography

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Discography
This list includes all commercially produced discs, whether or not currently available. All are 33 1/3 rpm unless otherwise noted. The "See" references, e.g., See also: B115, and See also: W110, identify citations in the "Bibliography" and "Works and Performances" sections. The date following the entry title is the date of composition; the record title is enclosed in parentheses; and the date of record release is indicated by the word, "released." Further information appearing in discographic citations includes the performers and works of additional composers on the recordings.
D1. BRASS QUARTET ( 1950)
Folkways Records FM 3651. mono. released 1965; duration 8:32; ( Music for Brass Quintet).
American Brass Quintet.
With works by Josquin des Prés, et al.
See also: W39; B51, B126, B251, B256, B335
D2. CHORAL TRIPTYCH ( 1962)
Cambridge Records CRS 1416. stereo/CRM 416. mono. released 1963; duration 12:53; ( Four Contemporary Choral Works).
King's Chapel Choir of Boston; Cambridge Festival Strings; Daniel Pinkham, cond.
With works by Ned Rorem, et al.
See also: W82; B126, B204, B251, B256, B335
D3. CONCERTO FOR ORCHESTRA ( 1948)
Remington Musirama R 199-173. mono. released 1954; duration 12:43.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • COPYRIGHT ACKNOWLEDGMENTS v
  • Contents ix
  • Preface xi
  • Biography 26
  • Works and Performances, 1939-1988 29
  • Discography 75
  • Bibliography by Kay 81
  • Bibliography about Kay and His Music 85
  • Appendix I: Alphabetical List of Compositions 163
  • Appendix II: Classified List of Compositions 169
  • Index 175
  • About the Compilers 197
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