Buffalo Altar, A Texas Symphony, Recording, 1998

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Buffalo Altar, A Texas Symphony, Recording, 1998

Composed of an audiocassette tape, the "Buffalo Altar, A Texas Symphony," Recording, 1998,documents the Brazos Symphony's performance of this piece, conducted by Jefferson Todd Frazier.

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Corbin, Barry, 1940-

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Brazos Symphony

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Commissioned by the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, New York, the the "Buffalo Altar, A Texas Symphony," was the result of a three-year collaboration between composer Jefferson Todd Frazier and writer Stephen Harrigan. The symphony narrates the experiences of an 81-year old oil entrepreneur in West Texas. From the description of Buffalo Altar, A Texas Symphony, Recording, 1998 (University of Texas Libraries). WorldCat record id: 775018776 ...

Harrigan, Stephen, 1948-....

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As a freelance journalist, Stephen Harrigan has written articles for several publications including Rolling stone, The Texas observer and Texas monthly. He received the Dobie Paisano fellowship in 1977 and acted as president of the Texas Institute of Letters from 1985-87. From 1973-78 Harrigan edited a small poetry magazine titled Lucille. Harrigan is the author of Aransas, published in 1980, and Jacob's Well, published in 1984. He became senior editor of Texas monthly in 1983 and published A na...

Eastman school of music

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Frazier, Jefferson T. (Jefferson Todd)

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