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Senza Voci 3

Description: "Senza Voci 3" finishes the series "Senza Voci", three works that over the years have been made with various techniques, but which maintain unaltered some basic characteristics concerning the sound material and musical thought related to it. Especially, "Senza Voci 3" was realized at the CSC of the University of Padua, with the help of Sylviane Sapir on the real-time system that uses Giuseppe Di Giugno's 4I processor, controlled by a PDP 11 computer. The synthesis method is the amplitude modulation and the sound material is borrowed from the previous works: four sets of frequencies which from low to high, are called Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta. The relations of several degrees that take place between these sets define the articulation of the piece through a path traveled several times which goes from the individualization of single moving sound blocks to complex fusion. So this "Senza Voci is linked to the dominance of a guide set. If "Senza Voci 1", the guide set was Beta (in the middle register), "Senza Voci 2" Alpha (the most serious), the last "Senza Voci" are the Gamma and Delta sets that come to form the line important part of the speech. Another peculiarity: the extreme ductility with which the processor 4 I manipulates the envelopes, led me to play rather on the mode of attack of the sound. The whole piece returns in this aspect to the flavor of the attack of the sound of small bells and bells, either by approaching or moving away from the model. And from this dialectic is born, perhaps, and slowly develops a certain enjoyment of work. I would like to thank Giorgio Nottoli for the technical contribution he has kindly given me. G.B.
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Date: 1996?
Creator: Baggiani, Guido
Partner: UNT Music Library

Tánce Polskie

Description: Polish Dances on tape by a priest Baki, eighteenth-in. Lithuanian Jesuit claim to share in the song quoted the preacher's views, although reluctant to accept the phenomenon, which, as they were forced to take on and the author of sermons-lines, and some contractors (Grazyna Barszczewska, Joanna Neuburg, Ania Zielinska, Krzysztof Kołbasiuk and Kazimierz WICHNIARZ) , and songwriter. The song also wishes to note the features that make the nearly 200 years, the Baka deserves exhumation: a clear pulse (blood punched in the mazurka and polonaise rhythm), a fresh breath of Jesuit methods of stick and carrot, lung after sarmacku their distended, his legs smartly pląsające in the "dance macabre" , head full of epithets manierystyczno-baroque, stomach and liver in the seasoned pleasures of this world, his hands a bit tired wygrażaniem and grzmoceniem pulpit with his fist in the window sill, but the ribald humor and heart of gold. Furthermore, the lack of addictions (except wierszoklec / hs / twem). Somewhat provincial manners (especially those rymotwórcze), the belief is highly structured (with the help of a simple odkrywczo genre), so eclectic as to be original. And above all - quite the contrary it - the joy of life, and I think especially this will be "Polish Dances". (Remarks on the death inevitable for all commonplace, the line expressed by Professor X. Bake poetic treatises, SJ, ed. Orgelbrand, Vilnius 1855, reprinted 1985 WAiF kompozytorce deliberately offered by Algirdas Pisarenko)
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Date: 1996
Creator: Zielińska, Lidia
Partner: UNT Music Library

Church & Synagogue Libraries, Volume XXX, Number 2, September 1996-October 1996

Description: Bimonthly publication of the Church and Synagogue Library Association, containing news and events related to the organization and its members, reviews of books and other materials, and stories of interest to the management of congregational libraries.
Date: 1996-09/1996-10
Creator: Church and Synagogue Library Association
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Church & Synagogue Libraries, Volume 29, Number 5, March 1996-April 1996

Description: Bimonthly publication of the Church and Synagogue Library Association, containing news and events related to the organization and its members, reviews of books and other materials, and stories of interest to the management of congregational libraries.
Date: 1996-03/1996-04
Creator: Church and Synagogue Library Association
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Church & Synagogue Libraries, Volume 29, Number 4, January 1996-February 1996

Description: Bimonthly publication of the Church and Synagogue Library Association, containing news and events related to the organization and its members, reviews of books and other materials, and stories of interest to the management of congregational libraries.
Date: 1996-01/1996-02
Creator: Church and Synagogue Library Association
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Church & Synagogue Libraries, Volume 30, Number 1, July 1996-August 1996

Description: Bimonthly publication of the Church and Synagogue Library Association, containing news and events related to the organization and its members, reviews of books and other materials, and stories of interest to the management of congregational libraries.
Date: 1996-07/1996-08
Creator: Church and Synagogue Library Association
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Church & Synagogue Libraries, Volume 29, Number 6, May 1996-June 1996

Description: Bimonthly publication of the Church and Synagogue Library Association, containing news and events related to the organization and its members, reviews of books and other materials, and stories of interest to the management of congregational libraries.
Date: 1996-05/1996-06
Creator: Church and Synagogue Library Association
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Church & Synagogue Libraries, Volume 30, Number 3, November 1996-December 1996

Description: Bimonthly publication of the Church and Synagogue Library Association, containing news and events related to the organization and its members, reviews of books and other materials, and stories of interest to the management of congregational libraries.
Date: 1996-11/1996-12
Creator: Church and Synagogue Library Association
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Medium shot of a man smiling and posing for the camera, with his arms crossed]

Description: Medium shot photograph of a man smiling and posing for the camera, with his arms crossed, taken at a production of "He Say...She Say...But What Does God Say?" directed by David Talbert sponsored by The Black Academy of Arts and Letters in Dallas, Texas. The man is wearing a fedora, a watch on his left hand's wrist, and holding sunglasses with his right hand.
Date: [1996-01-09..1996-01-14]
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Medium shot of a man with his arms out, smiling and posing for the camera]

Description: Medium shot photograph of a man with his arms out, smiling and posing for the camera, taken at a production of "He Say...She Say...But What Does God Say?" directed by David Talbert sponsored by The Black Academy of Arts and Letters in Dallas, Texas. In the background, there are clothes and dressing stands.
Date: [1996-01-09..1996-01-14]
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[A man in a suit, walking on the stage, with another man crocheting on his right]

Description: Low angle photograph of a man standing on a stage, taken at a production of "He Say...She Say...But What Does God Say?" directed by David Talbert sponsored by The Black Academy of Arts and Letters in Dallas, Texas. Another man sits to his right while BernNadette is laying on the couch to the man's left.This production took place at the Dallas Convention Center Theatre.
Date: [1996-01-09..1996-01-14]
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[A man is standing on stage with his arms above him, with his mouth open]]

Description: Photograph of a man, with his eyes closed, raising his arms, taken at a production of "He Say...She Say...But What Does God Say?" directed by David Talbert sponsored by The Black Academy of Arts and Letters in Dallas, Texas. This production took place at the Dallas Convention Center Theatre. A theatre prop is placed on the man's left side.
Date: [1996-01-09..1996-01-14]
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Medium shot of Tammy Collins and Franklin Kirk in mid-hug]

Description: Photograph of Tammy Collins and Franklin Kirk, hugging each other by their sides, and smiling at the camera, taken at a production of "He Say...She Say...But What Does God Say?" directed by David Talbert sponsored by The Black Academy of Arts and Letters in Dallas, Texas. This production took place at the Dallas Convention Center Theatre.
Date: [1996-01-09..1996-01-14]
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Low angle shot from the corner of a stage, focusing on three men and a woman standing on the stage]

Description: Low angle shot photograph from the corner of a stage, focusing on three men and a woman standing on the stage, taken at a production of "He Say...She Say...But What Does God Say?" directed by David Talbert sponsored by The Black Academy of Arts and Letters in Dallas, Texas. The man on the left is standing next to a microphone while the man closest to the camera is clapping.
Date: [1996-01-09..1996-01-14]
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[High angle shot of a man, looking back to the camera with a smile, holding a water bottle]

Description: High angle photograph of a man, looking back to the camera with a smile, holding a water bottle, taken at a production of "He Say...She Say...But What Does God Say?" directed by David Talbert sponsored by The Black Academy of Arts and Letters in Dallas, Texas. Plant leaves cover the man's right eye while in the background, another man sits in a chair.
Date: [1996-01-09..1996-01-14]
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[High angle shot of a man sitting in a chair, putting on make-up and staring at the camera]

Description: High angle photograph of a man sitting in a chair, applying make-up with his right hand, while looking at the camera, taken at a production of "He Say...She Say...But What Does God Say?" directed by David Talbert sponsored by The Black Academy of Arts and Letters in Dallas, Texas. The man's body is slightly turned towards the camera and a beverage lies next to his left arm.
Date: [1996-01-09..1996-01-14]
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Cowboy shot of a woman preparing David E. Talbert, sitting in a chair in the dressing room]

Description: Cowboy shot photograph of a woman preparing David E. Talbert, sitting in a chair in the dressing room, taken at a production of "He Say...She Say...But What Does God Say?" directed by David Talbert sponsored by The Black Academy of Arts and Letters in Dallas, Texas. In the background, there are some chairs and dressing stands.
Date: [1996-01-09..1996-01-14]
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Left-angled low angle of five people standing on a stage]

Description: Left-angled high angle shot photograph of five people standing on a stage, taken at a production of "He Say...She Say...But What Does God Say?" directed by David Talbert sponsored by The Black Academy of Arts and Letters in Dallas, Texas. A woman stands in the middle of the group while the man to her right holds a microphone.
Date: [1996-01-09..1996-01-14]
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Medium shot of a woman, with her mouth open, holding a microphone and curling her right hand]

Description: Medium shot photograph of a woman, with her mouth open, holding a microphone and curling her right hand, taken at a production of "He Say...She Say...But What Does God Say?" directed by David Talbert sponsored by The Black Academy of Arts and Letters in Dallas, Texas. The woman is staring to the right and away from the camera.
Date: [1996-01-09..1996-01-14]
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections