[The Stephen "Lucky" Mosko collection, 1980-2000].


Mosko, Stephen L. [The Stephen "Lucky" Mosko collection, 1980-2000].

[The Stephen "Lucky" Mosko collection, 1980-2000].

Audio recordings of performances and lectures by late 20th century composers, including Stephen Mosko, Morton Feldman, John Cage, Elliot Carter, Milton Babbitt, and others. Includes performances conducted by Steven Mosko. Some recordings performed by the San Francisco Contemporary Music Players. Includes some field recordings of Icelandic and other traditional music. Also includes printed and manuscript scores and parts, extensive correspondence and related papers, and Mosko's work on the folk music of Iceland. Series 1. Performances of compositions by Stephen Mosko. Series 2. Performances of modern music conducted by Stephen Mosko. Series 3. Pre-concert interviews by Mosko with various composers. Series 4. Lectures by composers including Feldman, Cage, Carter, Babbitt, and others. Field recordings of Icelandic traditional music and other ethnic music. Recordings of the California-based E.A.R Unit chamber music group. Recordings of contemporary composers. Scores. Papers.


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