Harvey Goldman & Warren Lehrer | Then Search for IT and Other Pronouns

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Then Search for IT and Other Pronouns

by Harvey Goldman & Warren Lehrer

The Search For IT and Other Pronouns straddles theater, music, social satire and design... a carefully constructed study in counterpoint, filled with lots of surprises......David Garland (WNYC)
Genre: Classical: Contemporary
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1. Tag Yer It
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2. Something Or Other
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3. They
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4. You Got Nothin
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5. Hymn For Her
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6. It Just Might Work
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7. I For An I
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8. He Is A She Dog
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9. You and Me
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This full-length audio CD is a musical setting of attitudes and longings for voices and instruments. Nine pieces explore the search for the big ITs — power (Tag Yer IT), search for an AIDS cure (It Just Might Work), love (Hymn for Her), victory (I for an I), god (You and Me), material wealth (You Got Nothin), the ineffable (Something or Other); and other pronouns — (They, He is a She Dog). A collaborations with Warren Lehrer, this post-minimalist opera, has received some good airplay on new music radio programs throughout the country. Composed with the aid of midi-synthesis, the recording features Warren and I on digital and acoustic instruments and voice, as well as baritone Alan Seale, sopranos Patricia Ruiz, Nina Heller and Angela DeCicco, extended vocals by Stacy Schuman, spoken word by Judith Sloan and Brother Blue. Includes 12 page booklet with complete lyrics.

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