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Yvar Mikhashoff Sound Recording Collection


List prepared by John P. Gather (indexes of composers and performers available in print version: ML410.M66AXG277)


Tapes with participation by Mikhashoff


Item 1
Title on container: 1961 Aspen
Performers: Ronald MacKay (piano), Toni Rapport (violin), William Maynard (clarinet), Robert Kogan (cello), and Dave Martin (baritone)
Date: 7 July 1961 - 17 August 1961
Location: Aspen
Contents: Hennagin: Children's pieces -- Theme, variations, finale -- Recitative and aria -- Three inventions
Copland: Piano variations
Brahms: Six songs from the Magelone
Notes: Ronald MacKay is the real name of Mikhashoff


Item 2
Title on container: 1964 Dances for Davia
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano) and Amy Winn (flute)
Date: 1964
Contents: Mikhashoff: Dances for Davia
Notes: Performance date taken from container


Item 3
Title on container: 1965 Junior Recital UH Debussy and Ravel
Performers: Ronald MacKay (piano), Lukas Foss (conductor), Curtin (soprano), and Cleveland Orchestra
Date: May 1965
Location: University of Houston
Contents: Debussy: Preludes (selection of 8)
Ravel: Prelude -- Gaspard de la nuit
Ives: From the steeples and the mountains -- Over the pavements -- The unanswered question
Foss: Time cycle
Notes: Signed Ronald MacKay


Item 4
Title on container: 1965 Junior Recital (UH) May 24
Performers: Ronald MacKay (piano), Albert Hirsh (piano), Amy Hunter (flute), David Herbert (oboe), and Willo Brotherton (clarinet)
Date: 24 May 1965
Location: University of Houston, Ezekiel W. Cullen Auditorium
Contents: Debussy: Preludes (selection of 8)
Ravel: Gaspard de la nuit
Milhaud: Sonate
Ravel: Prelude -- Concerto pour la main gauche


Item 5
Title on container: 1967 Mikhashoff / Original songs
Performers: Grant (voice), Summerville (voice), Dickinson (voice), and Mikhashoff (piano)
Date: 11 August 1967
Location: University of Houston, Ezekiel W. Cullen Auditorium
Contents: Mikhashoff: Au jardin de l'infante: For Emmanuel Lopez -- Four antique japanese dances -- The perfumed wasp -- Petals from a burnished autumn
Notes: Signed Yvar-Emilian Mikhashoff


Item 6
Title on container: 1967 Senior Recital (UH) incl. Fennimore
Performers: Ronald MacKay (piano)
Date: 15 May 1967
Location: University of Houston, Department of Music
Contents: Bartók: Improvisations I-VIII
Chopin: Etudes op.25, nos. 1,2,6,7,8,12 -- Prelude op.28, no.24 -- Nocturne op.32, no.1
Debussy: Images: Cloches; Et la lune; Poissons d'or
Fennimore: Variations on a theme of Beethoven
Notes: Senior recital; given in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree Bachelor of Music


Item 7
Title on container: 1968 Messiaen / Mikhashoff - Traceries Gawain
Performers: Jan Cole (flute, recorder, piccolo, alto flute, bass flute), Neil Havens (narrator) , Isabelle Lipschutz (soprano, recorder), Barbara Shook (violin), Jerry McCathern (trumpet), Mary Elisabety Lee (harpsichord), Marian Wilson ( violoncello, viola da gamba), Patricia Kennedy (percussion), and Mikhashoff (conductor)
Date: 20 May 1968
Location: Rice University, Hamman Hall Auditorium
Contents: Mikhashoff: Traceries -- Sir Gawain and the green knight
Notes: Premiere performances of Traceries and Sir Gawain


Item 8
Title on container: 1968 Mikhashoff / Seis Caprichos (Ganz)
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano) and Isabelle Ganz (soprano)
Date: 24 April 1968
Location: Auditorium #1, Liberal Arts Building
Contents: Mikhashoff: Seis caprichos
Weill: Seer"uberjenny
Lipschutz: Next to of course god america
Ives: Soliloquy or a study in 7ths and other things -- Children's hour -- Old home day
Notes: Premiere performances of Mikhashoff's Seis caprichos and Lipschutz's Next to of course god america; given in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the Master of Music


Item 9
Title on container: 1968 Music of the Twentieth Century (Houston) UH
Performers: Ronald MacKay (piano)
Date: 19 May 1968
Location: University of Houston
Contents: Debussy: Etude XI -- La terasse des audiences au clair de lune -- Etude VI
Charpentier: Etudes carnatiques, 3éme cycle
Messiaen: Regard du silence -- Catalogue d'oiseaux: Le loriod
Ginastera: Twelve american preludes, vol.1
Copland: Piano variations
Fennimore: Songs and dances
Prokofiev: Toccata
Notes: Sticker on reel: "Masters"

Item 10
Title on container: 1970 Janacek Capriccio - UH Winds and me
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano, left hand), Mike White
(flute), Jerry McCathern (trumpet), Billy Parten (trumpet), Wesley Zeagler (trombone), Andy Russell (trombone), David Vandiver (trombone), Lester Oliver (tenor tuba), and Jeffrey Lerner (conductor)
Date: 21 April 1970
Location: University of Houston, Arnold Hall
Contents: Janacek: Capriccio: I. Allegro; I I . Adagio; III.Allegretto; IV.Andante
Notes: Edited by Mikhashoff


Item 11
Title on container: 1970 Master of Record for Flute and Piano
Performers: Jan Cole (flute) and Mikhashoff (piano)
Date: 1970
Contents: Molique: Andante
Blavet: Sonata no.2
Rodrigo: Four songs
Fauré: Sicilienne
Stanley: Solo
Falla: Two songs
Genin: Carnaval de Venise
Notes: Master tape for a vinyl record


Item 12
Title on container: 1971 Cambiata Concert: Austin in June
Performers: Cambiata Soloists, Isabelle Lipschutz (soprano), Linda Watson (pianist), Mary Jungerman (clarinet), Amy Winn (flute), Connie Hill (soprano), Frank Dent (speaker), and Mikhashoff (piano, director)
Date: June 1971?
Location: Austin, Texas
Contents: Debussy: Syrinx
Poulenc: Prier pour paix -- "C"
Fennimore: Berlitz songs (excerpts)
Ravel: Duet of the child and the princess (L'enfant et les sortileges) -- Ma mére l'oye
Debussy: Des pas sur la neige -- Poissons d'or
Ravel: Histoires naturelles
Debussy: Premiere rhapsodie
Notes: Program entitled: An afternoon of French music; the program is dated June 10, but no year is given; assumption is 1971; this would then be the earliest extant recording of the Cambiata Soloists in this collection


Item 13
Title on container: 1972 Cambiata Soloists: Shakespeare (Austin)
Performers: Cambiata soloists, Isabelle Lipschutz (soprano), Mikhashoff (piano, harpsichord, director), David Bonner (flute), James Chamberlain (clarinet), Samuel Thiel (french horn), Harry Clark (violincello) , Guest artists, Rosemary Silversteen (violin), Wolfgang Justen (lute), Phyllis Herdliska (viola), and Paul Schmidt (speaker-narrator)
Date: 20 January 1972
Location: Unversity of Texas at Austin, Department of Music
Contents: Haydn: Divertimento a tre
Stravinsky: Three songs after William Shakespeare
Bach: Suite no.5 for unaccompanied cello
Anonymous: The willow song (Othello)
Johnson, Hunter: Full fadom five (The tempest)
Dowland: Lady, if you so spite me -- Come away, come sweet love -- In darkness let me dwell
Morley: It was a lover and his lass
Mikhashoff: Four figures of a drowned maiden: Ophelia
Weber: Trio
Brahms: The songs of Ophelia
Trimble: Four fragments from the Canterbury tales
Notes: Premiere of Mikhashoff's Four figures of a drowned maiden: Ophelia; annotated on back of container: "Four figures of a drowned maiden: Ophelia (perhaps last piece or concert-half)"


Item 14
Title on container: 1972 Cambiata Soloists: Shakespeare (Rice)
Performers: Cambiata soloists, Isabelle Lipschutz (soprano), Mikhashoff (piano, harpsichord, director), David Bonner (flute), James Chamberlain (clarinet), Samuel Thiel (french horn), Harry Clark (violincello) , guest artists, Rosemary Silversteen (violin), Wolfgang Justen (lute), Phyllis Herdliska (viola), and Paul Schmidt (speaker-narrator)
Date: 28 January 1972
Location: Rice University
Contents: Haydn: Divertimento a tre
Stravinsky: Three songs after William Shakespeare
Bach: Suite no.5 for unaccompanied cello
Mikhashoff: Four figures of a drowned maiden: Ophelia
Brahms: The songs of Ophelia
Dowland: Lady, if you so spite me in darkness let me dwell
Morley: It was a lover and his lass (As you like it)
Weber: Trio
Trimble: Four fragments from the Canterbury tales
Notes: Premiere performance: Ophelia; see also Item 13


Item 15
Title on container: 1972 Cambiata Soloists The Broken Consort 1
Performers: Cambiata Soloists, Isabelle Lipschutz (soprano), Amy Winn (flute), Phyllis Herdliska (viola), David Herbert (oboe), Mikhashoff (piano, director), Mary Jungerman (clarinet), Walker Smith (guest saxophone), and David Mings (bass oon)
Date: 9 June 1972
Location: UT at Austin
Contents: Mozart: Trio K.498
Koechlin: Epitaph for Jean Harlow
Brahms: Two songs, op.91


Item 16
Title on container: 1972 Cambiata Soloists The Broken Consort 2
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano) and Amy Winn (flute)
Date: 9 June 1972
Location: UT at Austin
Contents: Copland: Duo for flute and piano
Notes: Also performed on 17 March 1974 at Houston Museum, see also Item 42


Item 17
Title on container: 1972 Cambiata Soloists The Broken Consort 3
Performers: Cambiata Soloists, Isabelle Lipschutz (soprano), Amy Winn (flute), Phyllis Herdliska (viola), David Herbert (oboe), Mikhashoff (piano, director), Mary Jungerman (clarinet), Walker Smith (guest saxophone), and David Mings (bass oon)
Date: 9 June 1972
Location: UT at Austin
Contents: Mikhashoff: Tiento para el espejo de narciso
Stravinsky: Three pieces for clarinet solo
Fricker, P. Racine: Aubade for alto saxophone and piano
Poulenc: Trio
Notes: Premiere performance of Tiento para espejo de narciso


Item 18
Title on container: 1972 Doctoral Recital (Austin) Part 1
Performers: Mikhashoff
Date: 21 February 1972
Location: UT at Austin
Contents: Bach-Busoni: Ich ruf' zu dir
Ives: Emerson from Sonata no.2 'Concord, Mass. 1840-1860'
Falla: Fantasia baetica
Notes: Doctoral qualifying recital: part 1


Item 19
Title on container: 1972 Doctoral Recital (Austin) Part 2
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano)
Date: 21 February 1972
Location: UT at Austin
Contents: Debussy: Images: Cloches; Et la lune; Poissons d'or
Chopin: Mazurka op.67 no.4 -- Mazurka op.24 no.3 -- Mazurka op.63 no.3
Liszt: Consolation no.5
Liszt-Mikhashoff: Hungarian rhapsody no.19
Notes: Doctoral qualifying recital: part 2


Item 20
Title on container: 1972 Piano Music of 1915 I: Satie and Debussy
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano), Paul Schmidt (speaker), and Amy Winn (flute)
Date: 28 April 1972
Location: University of Houston, School of Music, Arnold Hall
Contents: Satie: Sports and diversions
Debussy: Four etudes
Notes: Program entitled Piano music of 1915: Satie, Debussy, Ives - The composer in music and words


Item 21
Title on container: 1972 Piano Music of 1915 II: Ives
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano) and Paul Schmidt (narrator)
Date: 28 April 1972
Location: University of Houston, School of Music, Arnold Hall
Contents: Ives: Piano sonata no.2 'Concord, Mass. 1840-1860'
Notes: Program entitled Piano music of 1915: Satie, Debussy, Ives - The composer in music and words; includes commentary by Paul Schmidt, excerpted from Ives' Essays before a sonata; Ives' Concord sonata edited by John Kirkpatrick and Yva r Mikhashoff; recital presented in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Doctor of Musical Arts degree


Item 22
Title on container: 1972 The Lost Art of Declamation (Austin)
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano) and Paul Schmidt (declamation)
Date: 1972
Location: Austin
Contents: Schumann-Shelley: The fugitives
Schubert-Pratobevera: Abschied von der Erde
Liszt-Tolstoy: The blind ministrel
Strauss-Tennyson: Enoch Arden
Poulenc-de Brunhoff: Babar the elephant
Notes: Program entitled The lost art of declamation; alternate program title for this concert: An evening of melodeclamation


Item 23
Title on container: 1973 Amron Chodos / Pipes of Colchis
Performers: Amron Chodos (clarinet)
Date: 1973
Contents: Stiller
Martino
Mikhashoff: Pipes of Colchis


Item 24
Title on container: 1973 Cambiata Soloists Abendmusik
Performers: Cambiata Soloists, Mikhashoff (piano, director), Isabelle Lipschutz (soprano), Diane Tobola (soprano), Amy Winn (flute), and David Herbert (oboe)
Date: 16 June 1973
Location: Trinity University, Department of Music
Contents: DvoY k: Moravian duets
Vivaldi: Motetto: O qui coeli terraeque
Musorgsky: Three songs: Lullaby -- Evening prayer --Hopak
Schumann: Duets: Botschaft -- In der Nacht -- Ei
Mahler, liebe Mahler
Hindemith: Song for St. Martin's day
Notes: Program entitled Abendmusik


Item 25
Title on container: 1973 Cambiata Soloists (Austin) Part 1
Performers: Cambiata Soloists, Isabelle Lipschutz (soprano), Diane Tobola (soprano),Amy Winn (flute), Mary Jungerman (clarinet), David Herbert (oboe), James Jeter (bassoon), and Mikhashoff (piano, director)
Date: 9 June 1973
Location: UT at Austin
Contents: Vivaldi-Mikhashoff: Motets
Poulenc: Sonate pour flšte et piano
Mikhashoff: Seis caprichos de Garcia Lorca
Notes: Program entitled Voices and winds: Music from Vivaldi to Hindemith; text of Seis caprichos and background information on The pipes of Colchis laid in container


Item 26
Title on container: 1973 Cambiata Soloists (Austin) Part 2
Performers: Cambiata Soloists, Mary Jungerman (clarinet), and Mikhashoff (piano)
Date: 9 June 1973
Location: UT at Austin
Contents: Mikhashoff: The pipes of Colchis
Notes: see part 1, Item 25


Item 27
Title on container: 1973 Cambiata Soloists (Austin) Part 3
Performers: Cambiata Soloists, Isabelle Lipschutz (soprano), Diane Tobola (soprano), Amy Winn (flute), Mary Jungerman (clarinet), David Herbert (oboe), James Jeter (bassoon), and Mikhashoff (piano, director)
Date: 9 June 1973
Location: UT at Austin
Contents: White: Duo for oboe and clarinet
Rodrigo: Cuatro madrigales amatorios
Pickard: Maculations on an old Irish dumpe
Hindemith: Song for St. Martin's day
Ravel: Duet of the child and the princess -- Duet of the wedgewood teapot and the china cup
Notes: see part 1, Item 25


Item 28
Title on container: 1973 Cambiata Soloists Folk / No.1
Performers: Cambiata Soloists, Mikhashoff (piano, director), Diane Tobola (soprano), Isabelle Lipschutz (soprano), Barbara Bacik (piano), and Svatara Jacobsen (commentary)
Date: 20 March 1973
Location: UT at Austin
Contents: DvoY·k: Maravske dvojzpevy op. 32
Chopin: Mazurka op. 63 no. 2 -- Mazurka op. 30 no. 3
Ravel: Chansons populaires
Musorgsky: Kolybel naja -- Na son grjaduscij -- Hopak
Janacek: Listek odvanuty -- Frydecka panna Maria
Smetana: Nevinnost -- Pisen -- Valcek
DvoYk: Slovanske tance
Brahms: Zigeunerlieder
Bartók: Improvisation
Falla: Canciones populares espanoles
Ives: Down east -- Charlie Rutledge -- At the river -- Old home
Notes: Program entitled Folk music: without which not


Item 29
Title on container: 1973 Cambiata Soloists Folk / No.2
Performers: Cambiata Soloists, Mikhashoff (piano, director), Diane Tobola (soprano), Isabelle Lipschutz (soprano), Barbara Bacik (piano), and Svatara Jacobsen (commentary)
Date: 20 March 1973
Location: UT at Austin
Contents: see part 1, Item 28


Item 30
Title on container: 1973 Cambiata Soloists Folk / No.3
Performers: Cambiata Soloists, Mikhashoff (piano, director), Diane Tobola (soprano), Isabelle Lipschutz (soprano), Barbara Bacik (piano), and Svatara Jacobsen (commentary)
Date: 20 March 1973
Location: UT at Austin
Contents: see part 1, Item 28


Item 31
Title on container: 1973 Composer in Texas / Trinity University
Performers: Cambiata Soloists, Mikhashoff (piano, director), Diane Tobola (soprano), Amy Winn (flute), Mary Jungerman (clarinet), and David Herbert (oboe)
Date: 29 June 1973
Location: Taylor Music Hall, Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas
Notes: Program entitled The composer in Texas: A concert of American music: 1948-1972


Item 32
Title on container: 1973 Concert at Rice University (incl. SYNC.)
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano)
Date: 18 April 1973
Location: Rice University, Shepherd School of Music, Hamman Hall
Contents: Couperin: Le carillon de cythère -- Le rossignol-en-amour -- Le tic-toc-choc, ou les mailletons
Ives: Three-page sonata
Debussy: Images: Cloches; Et la lune; Poissons d'or
Davidovsky: Synchronisms no.6
Chopin: Nocturne op.55 no.2 -- Mazurka op.24 no.3 -- Mazurka op.63 no.3 -- Nocturne op.27 no.1 -- Prelude op.28 no.24
Liszt: Valse oubliée no.1 -- Consolation no.3 -- Rhapsodie hongroise no.19
Notes: Couperin's Tic-toc and Liszt's Rhapsodie arranged by Mikhashoff


Item 33
Title on container: 1973 Concert at Trinity University / Liszt
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano) and Charles Thornhill (narrator)
Date: 1 March 1973
Location: Trinity University, Ruth Taylor Music Center, Concert Hall
Contents: Couperin: Le carillon de cyth&egrase;re -- Le rossignol-en-amour -- Le tic-toc-choc, ou les mailletons
Debussy: Images -- Cloches; Et la lune; Poissons d'or
Poulenc: L'histoire de babar
Chopin: Nocturne op.55 no.2 -- Mazurka op.24 no.3 -- Mazurka op.63 no.3 -- Nocturne op.27 no.1 -- Prelude op.28 no.24
Liszt: Valse oubliée no.1 -- Consolation no.3 -- Rhapsodie hongroise no.19
Notes: Program entitled Paris: A pianistic tradition (1713-1943); contains a handwritten note by John [M?oon] thanking Mikhashoff for his friendship and acknowledging Mikhashoff's immense ability; concert transcription of Liszt's Rhapsodi e Hongroise no. 19 by Mikhashoff


Item 34
Title on container: 1973 Liszt Concerto No.2 (Austin)
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano), Austin Symphony Orchestra, and Maurice Peress
(conductor)
Date: 1973
Location: Austin
Contents: Liszt: Piano concerto no.2


Item 35
Title on container: 1973 Mikhashoff Rosenkranzlieder / Sebastian
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano) and Trudy Kier Skiff (soprano)
Date: 4 May 1973
Location: UT at Austin
Contents: Handel: Di, cor mio -- Verdi prati -- Tornami vagheggiar (all from Alcina)
Strauss: Ich schwebe -- Sch-n sind -- Amor -- Freundliche Vision
Rachmaninoff: Vocalise op.34 no.14
Berger: Vocalise no.2
Mikhashoff: Rosenkranzlieder: An die Schwester; N"he des Todes; Amen -- Sebastian im Traum: Nachtlied der gefallenen Engel; Untergang: An den Knaben Ellis; Im Park Britten: Canticle I
Ravel: Air de feu (L'enfant et les sortilèes)
Notes: Recital in partial fulfilment of the Master of Music of Ms. Trudy Skiff


Item 36
Title on container: 1974 Babara Bond in Nakogdoches (Mikash)
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano) and Barbara Bond
Date: 1974
Location: Nakogdoches


Item 37
Title on container: 1974 Liszt Society Festival / Chamber Music 2
Performers: Stephen Manes (piano), Buffalo String Quartet, Ben Hudson (violin), Maureen Gallagher (viola), Carol Zeavin (violin), and Dana Rusinak (cello)
Date: 27 October 1974
Location: Terrace Room, Buffalo Public Library
Contents: Wagner: Quartet movement
Liszt: La lugubre gondola I (Elegy III)
Wagner-Liszt: Spinning chorus
Liszt: Richard Wagner-Venezia
Wagner-Liszt: Solemn march to the grail
Liszt: Am Grabe Richard Wagners
Notes: Program entitled Liszt, Wagner, and the chamber music; Wagner's Quartet movement was reconstructed by Gerald Abraham


Item 38
Title on container: 1974 Little of the Bandit's Soul / Tzigane
Performers: Ben Hudson (violin) and Mikhashoff (piano)
Date: 1974
Contents: Mikhashoff: A little of the bandit's soul: Overture and 6 scenes
Ravel: Tzigane
Notes: Performance date taken from container; for a later performance of A little of the bandit's soul (Mikhashoff and Halpin), see program notes of Saturday, 12 September 1981 in the Mikhashoff document archive


Item 39
Title on container: 1974 Partita for Solo Oboe / Schlossman
Performers: Paul Schlossman (oboe)
Date: 30 April 1974
Location: Baird Hall, UB
Contents: Mikhashoff: Partita for solo oboe


Item 40
Title on container: 1974 Ruggles and Johnson (NYC: J Watts) No.1
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano)
Date: 26 April 1974
Location: Composers Theatre at Washington Square Church, New York City
Contents: Ruggles: Evocations
Cage: 4'33''
Johnson, Hunter: Sonata for piano
Ives: Sonata no.2 Concord, Mass. 1840-1860
Notes: 5th annual May festival NYC 1974: 10 concerts of contemporary music, 14 March -11 May 1974


Item 41
Title on container: 1974 Ruggles and Johnson No.2
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano)
Date: 26 April 1974
Location: Composers Theatre at Washington Square Church, New York City
Contents: see part 1, Item 40


Item 42
Title on container: 1974 The Wind Wife / Houston Museum
Performers: Cambiata Soloists, Mikhashoff (piano), Isabelle Lipschutz (soprano), Amy Winn (flute), Wayne Crouse (viola), and Ira Black (narrator)
Date: 17 March 1974
Location: Houston Museum
Contents: Bach, C.P.E.: Quartet no.3
Colgrass: Variations for four drums and viola
Martin: Quatre poémes de Baudelaire
Copland: Duo for flute and piano
Mikhashoff: The windwife
Notes: Program entitled Voices and winds II: Music for the broken consort; Premiere performance of The windwife: a documentary romance; see also Item 43


Item 43
Title on container: 1974 The Wind Wife / Tiento (Austin-Houston)
Performers: Cambiata Soloists, Mikhashoff (piano) , Isabelle Lipschutz (soprano), Amy Winn (flute), Wayne Crouse (viola), and Ira Black (narrator)
Date: 9 June 1972, March 1974
Location: Houston Museum (1974, 1st work), UT at Austin (1972, 2nd work)
Contents: Mikhashoff: Windwife -- Tiento
Notes: Printed program notes of both works and a clipping of the Windwife review in the Houston Post of 18 March 1974 laid in container; see also Item 42


Item 44
Title on container: 1975/8 Ravel
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano)
Date: 12 December 1975
Location: Baird Hall, UB
Contents: Ravel: Gaspard de la nuit: Ondine
Notes: Part of a concert at Baird Hall, 12 December 1981


Item 45
Title on container: 1975 Tiento etc. from Northwestern / W. Smith
Performers: Walker Smith (alto, tenor sax.), Frederick L. Hemke (conductor), Rhonda Cundy (soprano), Patti Black (piano), and Members of the University Symphony
Orchestra and University Symphonic Wind Ensemble
Date: 24 May 1975
Location: Northwestern University
Contents: Tomasi: Printemps pour sextuor a vent
Koechlin: Epitaph de Jean Harlow
Mikhashoff: Tiento para el Espejo de Narciso
Hindemith: Trio op.47
Webern: Quartet op.22
Milhaud: La création du monde
Notes: Extensive type-written program notes by Walker Smith, who presented this concert for his doctoral degree at NWU; handwritten letter from Walker to Mikhashoff
accompanying the tape; tape possibly contains only Mikhashoff's work


Item 46
Title on container: 1976 Mikhashoff / Concerto and Tiento
Performers: Richard Field (viola), Isabelle Ganz (soprano) and others
Date: 1976
Contents: Mikhashoff: Concerto for viola and orchestra -- Tiento para el espejo de Narciso
Notes: Date taken from red label on container


Item 47
Title on container: 1976 Rare Visitations
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano) and Paul Schmidt (declamation)
Date: 5 May 1976
Location: University at Buffalo, Baird Hall
Contents: Liszt: Sonnetto 104 del Petrarca -- Les jeux d'eaux y la villa d'Este -- Der traurige M-nch -- Leonore -- Consolation no.3 -- Etude transcendante no.10 -- Magyar arcképek: Petûfi szellemenek -- A holt kûlt- -- Der blinde
S"nger -- Rhapsodie hongroise no.11
Notes: English verse translations of the melodramas by Paul Schmidt


Item 48
Title on container: 1976 The Contemporary Piano Concert No.1 (1)
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano)
Date: 19 September 1976
Location: University at Buffalo, College of the Arts and Crafts
Contents: Liszt: Les jeux d'eaux y la villa d'Este
Ravel: Jeux d'eaux
Debussy: Les fées sont d'exquises danseuses -- Hommage a S. Pickwick P.P.M.P.C. -- Ce qu'a vu le vent d'ouest
Albeniz: El albaicin
Debussy: La sérénade interrompue
Ravel: Alborada del gracioso
Debussy: Ondine
Ravel: Ondine
Debussy: Images: Cloches; Et la lune; Poisons d'or
Notes: Program entitled The flowering of impressionism


Item 49
Title on container: 1976 The Contemporary Piano Concert No.1 (2)
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano)
Date: 19 September 1976
Location: University at Buffalo, College of the Arts and Crafts
Contents: see part 1, Item 48


Item 50
Title on container: 1976 The Contemporary Piano Concert No.1 (3)
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano)
Date: 19 September 1976
Location: University at Buffalo, College of the Arts and Crafts
Contents: see part 1, Item 48


Item 51
Title on container: 1976 The Contemporary Piano Concert No.2 (1)
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano), Leo Smit (piano, speaker), Winifred Simpson (soprano), Heinz Rehfuss (bass-baritone), and Robert Moran (stage direction)
Date: 17 October 1976
Location: Buffalo, Katherine Cornell Theatre
Contents: Satie: Gymnopédie I
Stravinsky: Valse pour les petits lecteurs du figaro
Casella: Pupazetti
Satie: Tendrement
Poulenc: Carte postale
Porter, Cole: Slow sinks the sun
Gershwin: A foggy day in London town
Stravisnky: Trois pièces faciles
Poulenc: Violin
Honegger: Petit cours de morale
Stravinsky: Tango
Robert Moran: In memoriom Maurice Ravel
Satie: Genevieve de Brabant
Notes: Program entitled Satie dance avec ses amis...


Item 52
Title on container: 1976 The Contemporary Piano Concert No.2 (2)
Performers: Mikhashoff = (piano), Leo Smit (piano, speaker), Winifred Simpson
(soprano), Heinz Rehfuss (bass-baritone), and Robert Moran (stage direction)
Date: 17 October 1976
Location: Buffalo, Katherine Cornell Theatre
Contents: see part 1, Item 51


Item 53
Title on container: 1976 The Contemporary Piano Concert No.3 (1)
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano), Thomas Halpin (violin), Allen Sigel (clarinet), Kubera Joseph (piano), Keiko Yamazaki (violin), Stephen Marvin (viola), Lynn Wullen (violin), Bonnie Black (cello), and Albert Furness (chimes)
Date: 31 October 1976
Location: Buffalo, Katherine Cornell Theatre
Contents: Prokofiev: Overture on Hebrew themes -- Fantome -- Toccata
Webern: Vier St¸cke, op. 7
Schoenberg: Sechs kleine St¸cke, op. 19
Berg: Vier St¸cke, op. 7
Stravinsky: Histoire du soldat
Cowell: The banshee
Skryabin: Sonata no. 9, "The black mass"
Hauer: Labyrinthine dance
Ives: Three-page sonata -- Halloween
Notes: Program entitled Diabolus in musica... : The experimental decade


Item 54
Title on container: 1976 The Contemporary Piano Concert No.3 (2)
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano), Thomas Halpin (violin), Allen Sigel (clarinet), Kubera Joseph (piano), Keiko Yamazaki (violin), Stephen Marvin (viola), Lynn Wullen (violin), Bonnie Black (cello), and Albert Furness (chimes)
Date: 31 October 1976
Location: Buffalo, Katherine Cornell Theatre
Contents: see part 1, Item 53


Item 55
Title on container: 1976 The Contemporary Piano Concert No.3c (1)
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano), Thomas Halpin (violin), Allen Sigel (clarinet), Kubera Joseph (piano), Keiko Yamazaki (violin), Stephen Marvin (viola), Lynn Wullen (violin), Bonnie Black (cello), and Albert Furness (chimes)
Date: 31 October 1976
Location: Buffalo, Katherine Cornell Theatre
Contents: Prokofiev: Overture on Hebrew themes -- Fantome -- Toccata
Webern: Vier St¸cke, op. 7
Schoenberg: Sechs kleine St¸cke, op. 19
Berg: Vier St¸cke, op. 7
Stravinsky: Histoire du soldat
Cowell: The banshee
Skryabin: Sonata no. 9, "The black mass"
Hauer: Labyrinthine dance
Ives: Three-page sonata -- Halloween
Notes: Copy of Item 53


Item 56
Title on container: 1976 The Contemporary Piano Concert No.3c (2)
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano), Thomas Halpin (violin), Allen Sigel (clarinet), Kubera Joseph (piano), Keiko Yamazaki (violin), Stephen Marvin (viola), Lynn Wullen (violin), Bonnie Black (cello), and Albert Furness (chimes)
Date: 31 October 1976
Location: Buffalo, Katherine Cornell Theatre
Contents: see part 1
Notes: Copy of Item 54


Item 57
Title on container: 1976 The Masque of the Winter's Tale
Performers: Cambiata Soloists, Mikhashoff (piano, director), Isabelle Ganz (mezzo-soprano), Diane Tobola (soprano), Patti Spain (mezzo-soprano), Stephen Bates (recorders), Tim Brace (guitar), Richard Brown (percussion), Wayne Crouse (viol a), Wolfgang Justen (guitar), Richard Nunemaker (clarinets), Paul Schmidt (speaker), Mary Schoettle (piano), and Amy Winn (flute)
Date: 14 March 1976
Location: Houston, University of St. Thomas, Jones Hall
Contents: Mikhashoff: The masque of the winter's tale
Notes: Premiere performance; ballad opera in three parts; scenario by Paul Schmidt, after Shakespeare


Item 58
Title on container: 1977 The Contemporary Piano Concert No.10 (1)
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano), Thomas Halpin (violin), and Frances-Marie Uitti (cello)
Date: 15 May 1977
Location: Buffalo, Katherine Cornell Theatre
Contents: Copland: Piano blues
Smit: Sonata: Finale
Satie: Choses vues y droite et y gauche
Feldman: Durations 2
Cowell: Hymn and fuguing tune no.9
Hiller: Sonata no.2: Larghetto and finale
Bartók: Sonata: Chaconne and fugue
Mikhashoff: Prelude, variations and fugue
Cage: Tossed as it is untroubled -- Music for Marcel Duchamp -- Prelude for meditation -- 4'33''
Notes: Program entitled Signoff . . .


Item 59
Title on container: 1977 The Contemporary Piano Concert No.10 (2)
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano), Thomas Halpin (violin), and Frances-Marie Uitti (cello)
Date: 15 May 1977
Location: Buffalo, Katherine Cornell Theatre
Contents: see part 1, Item 58


Item 60
Title on container: 1977 The Contemporary Piano Concert No.10 (3)
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano), Thomas Halpin (violin), and Frances-Marie Uitti (cello)
Date: 15 May 1977
Location: Buffalo, Katherine Cornell Theatre
Contents: see part 1, Item 58


Item 61
Title on container: 1977 The Contemporary Piano Concert No.6 (1)
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano)
Date: 20 February 1977
Location: Buffalo, Katherine Cornell Theatre
Contents: Harris: Prelude
Johnson, Hunter: Piano sonata
Thomson: Pastorale: Portrait of Jeanne Ozenne ; Portrait of Aaron Copland
Copland: Piano variations
Sellars: Sonata for piano
Notes: Pogram entitled The great american quest


Item 62
Title on container: 1977 The Contemporary Piano Concert No.6 (2)
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano)
Date: 20 February 1977
Location: Buffalo, Katherine Cornell Theatre
Contents: see part 1, Item 61


Item 63
Title on container: 1977 The Contemporary Piano Concert No.6 (3)
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano)
Date: 20 February 1977
Location: Buffalo, Katherine Cornell Theatre
Contents: see part 1, Item 61


Item 64
Title on container: 1977 The Contemporary Piano Concert No.8 (1)
Performers: Mikhashoff (harpsichord, piano), Gail Adcock (oboe), Paul D'Amore (oboe), Sal Andolina (clarinet), Richard Bell (trombone) , Philip Christner (trumpet), Christopher Conlon (trumpet), Jeff Cooke (clarinet), Amy Dawe (flute), Ch ristine Ford (english horn), Isabelle Ganz (mezzo-soprano), Anthony Gorusso (trumpet), Gary Hatt (clarinet), Kevin Hohensee (bassoon), Susan Huber (basson), Albert Furness (percussion), Mark Jones (tuba), James Kasprowicz (conductor, except in Weill's Thr eepenny opera suite, where he plays the trombone), Kathy Lina (horn), Susan Lutzky (piccolo), Mathew Katz (horn), Joanne Lowe (viola), Mark Panfil (banjo), Sandra Park (bass clarinet), Peter Pecora (clarinet), Carlo Pinto (conductor of Weill: Threepenny O pera Suite), Farley Pearce (cello), Heinz Rehfuss (bass-baritone), Paul Simmons (alto saxophone), Deborah Ungaro (clarinet), Mary Virginia (clarinet), Allen Rothenberg (contrabass clarinet), Craig Waldron (tenor saxophone), Martin Weimer (trumpet), and De bbie Weiss (violin)
Date: 17 April 1977
Contents: Hindemith: Song for St. Martin's day
Webern: Variations op.27
Arr. Silcher: Ÿnnchen von Thurau
Schoenberg: Thema mit Variationen
Eissler: Cantata in exile
Berg: Thema scherzoso con variazioni
Weill: Threepenny opera suite
Notes: Program entitled After the fall...: Music in Germany 1918-1938; handwritten note "Interview Cuts" on inside of container


Item 65
Title on container: 1977 The Contemporary Piano Concert No.8 (2)
Performers: see Item 64
Date: 17 April 1977
Contents: see part 1, Item 64


Item 66
Title on container: 1977 The Contemporary Piano Concert No.8 (3)
Performers: see Item 64
Date: 17 April 1977
Contents: see part 1, Item 64


Item 67
Title on container: 1977 The Contemporary Piano Concert No.9 (1)
Performers: Baird Contemporary Ensemble, Mikhashoff (piano), Carol Plantamura (soprano), John Boudler (percussion), Gary Hatt (clarinet), Jan Williams (conductor), Nora Post (oboe), James Kasprowicz (conductor), and Frances-Marie Uitti (c ello)
Date: 12 May 1977
Location: Buffalo, Katherine Cornell Theatre
Contents: Stockhausen: Kreuzspiel
Berio: Sequenza III
Messiaen: Colors of the celestial city
Foss: Time cycle
Notes: Program entitled The new abstraction


Item 68
Title on container: 1977 The Contemporary Piano Concert No.9 (2)
Performers: Baird Contemporary Ensemble, Mikhashoff (piano), Carol Plantamura
(soprano), John Boudler (percussion), Gary Hatt (clarinet), Jan Williams (conductor), Nora Post (oboe), James Kasprowicz (conductor), and Frances-Marie Uitti (cello)
Date: 12 May 1977
Location: Buffalo, Katherine Cornell Theatre
Contents: see part 1, Item 67


Item 69
Title on container: 1977 The Contemporary Piano Concert No.9 (3)
Performers: Baird Contemporary Ensemble, Mikhashoff (piano), Carol Plantamura (soprano), John Boudler (percussion), Gary Hatt (clarinet), Jan Williams (conductor), Nora Post (oboe), James Kasprowicz (conductor), and Frances-Marie Uitti (c ello)
Date: 12 May 1977
Location: Buffalo, Katherine Cornell Theatre
Contents: see part 1, Item 67


Item 70
Title on container: 1978 Busottioperaballet
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano, speaker) and William Kirkpatrick (dancer-choreographer)
Date: 11 November 1978
Location: Baird Hall, UB
Contents: Bussotti: Busottioperaballet
Notes: See also: concert of 7 July 1978 in Middelburg, Netherlands (Mikhashoff, Uitti, Carmen Fournier)


Item 71
Title on container: 1978 Cage - Apartment House 1776 (1)
Performers: James Kasprowicz (trombone), Mikhashoff (piano), and Stephen Bradley (electronics)
Date: 6 September 1978
Location: Baird Recital Hall, UB
Contents: Hindemith: Sonata for trombone and piano
DeLeeuw: Music for trombone
Carr: The bells of San Blas
Cage: Solo for sliding trombone and piano concert with Apartment house 1776
Wolff: Exercises 15-18


Item 72
Title on container: 1978 Cage - Apartment House 1776 (2)
Performers: James Kasprowicz (trombone), Mikhashoff (piano), and Stephen Bradley (electronics)
Date: 6 September 1978
Location: Baird Recital Hall, UB
Contents: see part 1, Item 71
Notes: Note inside container: "And a Merry Christmas to you both. Christian."


Item 73
Title on container: 1978 Diabelskie Skrzypce
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano) and Frances-Marie Uitti (cello)
Date: 30 June 1978
Location: Festival Nieuwe Muziek 1978, Middelburg, Netherlands
Contents: Hiller: Diabelskie skrzypce
Notes: Title scribbled on 1/4i tape: Diabelskie skrzypce (1978)


Item 74
Title on container: 1978 Hachimura - Constellation
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano), Weronika Knittel (violin), Jan Williams (tubular bells), and Michael Pugliese (vibraphone)
Date: 16 December 1978
Location: Albright Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY
Contents: Hachimura: Constellation
Notes: Concert recording from the Evenings for New Music series; the Item could also be a copy of a Japanese performance, sent to Mikhashoff for evaluation; Japanese notes on container


Item 75
Title on container: 1978 Hartt PF Recital
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano) and Frances-Marie Uitti (cello)
Date: 9 October 1978
Location: Millard Auditorium, Hartt College of Music, University of Hartford
Contents: Busotti: Gran duo, da Beethoven
Diemente: Mirrors VII
Evangelisti: Proporzione
Sellars: Separate ways
Franchetti: Sonetti d'Ebe
Scelsi: To the master
Stravinsky: Suite italien
Notes: World premieres: Mirrors VII, Sonetti d'Ebe; US premieres: Gran duo, Separate ways, To the master; dedicated to Mikhashoff and Uitti: Separate ways


Item 76
Title on container: 1978 Italian Visionaries (1)
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano)
Date: 24 November 1978
Location: WBFO
Notes: Recorded at WBFO


Item 77
Title on container: 1978 Italian Visionaries (2)
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano)
Date: 24 November 1978
Location: WBFO
Notes: Recorded at WBFO


Item 78
Title on container: 1978 Italian Visionaries (3)
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano)
Date: 24 November 1978
Location: WBFO
Notes: Recorded at WBFO


Item 79
Title on container: 1978 Italian Visionaries (4)
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano)
Date: 24 November 1978
Location: WBFO
Notes: Recorded at WBFO


Item 80
Title on container: 1978 Liszt / Mikhashoff
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano)
Date: 10 May 1978
Location: WBFO Studio A
Contents: Liszt: Sonata in b


Item 81
Title on container: 1978 Louisiana - Denmark (1)
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano) and Frances-Marie Uitti (cello)
Date: 22 January 1978
Location: Louisiana Café, Denmark
Contents: Brown: December 1952
Cowell: The banshee
Feldman: Intersection IV
Davidovsky: Synchronisms no.6
Feldman: Durations 2


Item 82
Title on container: 1978 Louisiana - Denmark (2)
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano) and Frances-Marie Uitti (cello)
Date: 22 January 1978
Location: Louisiana Café, Denmark
Contents: Wolff: Prose collection
Sellars: Sonata for piano
Cage: Concerto for piano and cello with Fontana Mix


Item 83
Title on container: 1978 Prokofiev (1)
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano)
Date: 13 December 1978
Location: WBFO
Contents: Prokofiev
Notes: Concert entitled 1953-1978 In Memoriam S. Prokofiev; recorded at WBFO, 13 December 1978


Item 84
Title on container: 1978 Prokofiev (2)
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano)
Date: 13 December 1978
Location: WBFO
Contents: see part 1, Item 83


Item 85
Title on container: 1978 Prokofiev (3)
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano)
Date: 13 December 1978
Location: WBFO
Contents: see part 1, Item 83


Item 86
Title on container: 1978 Prokofiev (4)
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano)
Date: 13 December 1978
Location: WBFO
Contents: see part 1, Item 83


Item 87
Title on container: 1978 WBFO Studio 2 recording
Performers: Mikhashoff
Date: 1978


Item 88
Title on container: 1979 Johnson - Sonata (1)
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano), Robert Dick (flute), Ronald Richards (oboe), Lesley Delk (soprano), and Deborah Ungaro (clarinet)
Date: 18 October 1979
Location: University at Buffalo, Baird Recital Hall
Contents: Johnson, Hunter: Three songs of Emily Dickinson -- Trio -- Serenade -- Piano sonata
Notes: See also correspondance between Hunter Johnson and Mikhashoff; container is annotated 'Master #1'


Item 89
Title on container: 1979 Johnson - Sonata (2)
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano), Robert Dick (flute), Ronald Richards (oboe), Lesley Delk (soprano), and Deborah Ungaro (clarinet)
Date: 18 October 1979
Location: University at Buffalo, Baird Recital Hall
Contents: see part 1, Item 88


Item 90
Title on container: 1980 Feldman 'Piano 1977'
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano)
Date: 18 November 1979
Location: Hartford, Connecticut / Real Art Ways
Contents: Feldman: Piano
Notes: Box is signed YM with date of 18 November 1979; conflicts with date given in concert announcement; also performed on 8 January 1980 at Radiohusets studie 2 [Danish Radio], in collaboration with Det unge toonkunstenarselskab


Item 91
Title on container: Fall of Usher?
Performers: Cambiata Soloists and Mikhashoff
Date: n.d.
Contents: Mikhashoff: The Fall of Usher
Notes: This tape was copied by Steve Bradley to test preservation issues; the contents notes on the container are crossed out


Item 92
Title on container: 1980 KRO - Foss-Scelsi
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano) and others
Date: 4 March 1980
Location: KRO [Catholic Broadcast Station], Hilversum, Netherlands
Contents: Foss: Solo
Scelsi: Quartet no. IV
Notes: Broadcast of 4 March 1980, 20:00 to 21:10 hrs


Item 93
Title on container: 1980 Uitti - Mikhashoff 1920s (0)
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano) and Frances-Marie Uitti (cello)
Date: 24 February 1980
Location: WBFO
Contents: Stravinksy: Suite Italienne -- Introduzione
Auric: RÍverie -- Imagines
Krenek: Tango from Jonny spielt auf
Milhaud: Sumare
Debussy: La puerta del vino -- General Lavine
Smit: Delaunay pochoirs
Poulenc: Cavatine from Sonata
Stravinsky: Suite italienne -- Minueto e finale
Notes: These are takes from the rehearsal; it is unclear which of the above pieces are included; however, according to a note by Mikhashoff, some are better than the actual broadcast; see also Items 94, 95


Item 94
Title on container: 1980 Uitti - Mikhashoff 1920s (1)
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano) and Frances-Marie Uitti (cello)
Date: 24 February 1980
Location: WBFO, Buffalo, NY
Contents: Stravinksy: Suite Italienne -- Introduzione
Auric: RÍverie -- Imagines
Krenek: Tango from Jonny spielt auf
Milhaud: Sumare
Debussy: La puerta del vino -- General Lavine
Notes: Krenek and Debussy transcribed by Mikhashoff and Uitti; see also Items 93, 95


Item 95
Title on container: 1980 Uitti - Mikhashoff 1920s (2)
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano) and Frances-Marie Uitti (cello)
Date: 24 February 1980
Location: WBFO, Buffalo, NY
Contents: Smit: Delaunay pochoirs
Poulenc: Cavatine from Sonata
Stravinsky: Suite italienne -- Minueto e finale
Notes: World premiere: Delaunay poichoirs; dedicated to Mikhashoff and Uitti: Delaunay pochoirs; see also Items 93, 94


Item 96
Title on container: 1980 Vigeland - Piano Sonata
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano)
Date: 8 January 1980
Location: Danish Radio, collaboration with DUT, Copenhague, Denmark
Contents: Vigeland: Piano sonata
Notes: Annotation on container: "use 3rd take (w/o pedal version)"


Item 97
Title on container: 1981 Copland Portrait Concert No.2 (1)
Performers: Inc. Cambiata, Mikhashoff (piano), Leo Smit (piano), Gary Burgess (tenor), and Thomas Halpin (violin)
Date: 21 March 1981
Location: Albany Institute
Contents: Auric: Adieu, New York
Copland: The cat and the mouse -- Old poem -- Pastorale
Villa-Lobos: Sertaneja
Fauré: Diane -- Selene
Ravel: Berceuse
Notes: Festival entitled Portrait of Aaron Copland. An anniversary tribute for his 80th year. Four concerts sponsored by Cambiata, Inc. in cooperation with The Albany Institute of History and Art, with the composer in attendance. March 20 , 21, 22. Concert entitled Copland and Paris (1921-1981)


Item 98
Title on container: 1981 Copland Portrait Concert No.2 (2)
Performers: Inc. Cambiata, Mikhashoff (piano), Leo Smit (piano), Gary Burgess (tenor), and Thomas Halpin (violin)
Date: 21 March 1981
Location: Albany Institute
Contents: Roussel: Finale
Milhaud: Passacaglia
Satie: Ludions
Ravel: Blues
Stravinsky: Finale
Poulenc: Poéme de Ronsard
Notes: see part 1, Item 97


Item 99
Title on container: 1981 Copland Portrait Concert No.2 (3)
Performers: Inc. Cambiata, Mikhashoff (piano), Leo Smit (piano), Gary Burgess (tenor), and Thomas Halpin (violin)
Date: 21 March 1981
Location: Albany Institute
Contents: Auric: B.
Copland: Poet's Song -- Dirge in Woods -- Sentimental Melody -- Blues No. IV --Nocturne -- Ukulele Serenade
Notes: End of concert no.2 entitled Copland and Paris (1921-1981) and beginning of concert no.3 entitled Copland and Smit; see Item 100 for details on concert no.3


Item 100
Title on container: 1981 Copland Portrait Concert No.3
Performers: University Philharmonia of SUNY Buffalo, James Kasprowicz (conductor), Mikhashoff (piano), Leo Smit (piano), and Gary Burgess (tenor)
Date: 21 March 1981
Location: Albany Institute
Contents: Copland: Prelude -- Old American songs, set I -- Three pieces for young performers, set I
Smit: Variations for piano and small orchestra
Copland: Three pieces for young performers, set II -- Appalachian spring
Notes: Program entitled Copland and Smit; world premiere: Variations for piano and small orchestra; arranged by Mikhashoff: Three pieces for young performers, set II; the beginning of this concert is on Item 99


Item 101
Title on container: 1981 Copland Portrait Concert No.4
Performers: Inc. Cambiata, Mikhashoff (piano), Leo Smit (piano), Gary Burgess (tenor), and Thomas Halpin (violin)
Date: 22 March 1981
Location: Albany Institute
Contents: Guarnieri: Ponteio
Villa-Lobos: Polichinelle
Ginastera: Tribute to Villa-Lobos -- Tribute to J.J. Castro -- Tribute to Aaron Copland
Orrego-Salas: Pastoral and scherzo
Copland: Piano sonata -- Danzon cubano
Notes: Contains part of concert no.4 entitled Copland goes South


Item 102
Title on container: 1981 Jazzy 20s
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano), Thomas Halpin (violin), Douglas Bish (clarinet), and Anthony de Mare (piano)
Date: 22 July 1981
Location: Brown Room, Indian Hill, Boston University Tanglewood Institute
Contents: Copland: Ukele Serenade
Stravinsky: Suite from 'Histoire du Soldat'
Antheil: Sonata no.2 for violin and piano
Krenek: Johnny's jazz band -- Suite from the opera Jonny spielt auf
Notes: Program entitled The jazzy 20s: Hits by Antheil, Copland, Krenek and Stravinsky; Krenek suite transcribed and arranged by Mikhashoff


Item 103
Title on container: 1981 Krenek / Jonny / Buffalo
Performers: Mikhashoff
Date: 1981
Location: Buffalo
Contents: Krenek: Jonny spielt auf
Notes: Dating based on the date of Item 102


Item 104
Title on container: 1981 Krenek / Mikhashoff (1)
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano), Thomas Halpin (violin), and Allen Sigel (clarinet)
Date: 11 October 1981
Location: University at Buffalo, Baird Hall
Contents: Krenek: Monologue for clarinet solo -- Five pieces for trombone and piano -- Sonata for violin solo -- Suite for clarinet and piano -- Jonny's jazz band
Notes: Program entitled Tribute to Ernst Krenek. Jonny's Jazz Band (world premiere) was transcribed and arranged by Mikhashoff; Ernst Krenek, guest composer, was present for this tribute


Item 105
Title on container: 1981 Krenek / Mikhashoff (2)
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano), Thomas Halpin (violin), and Allen Sigel (clarinet)
Date: 11 October 1981
Location: University at Buffalo, Baird Hall
Contents: see part 1, Item 104


Item 106
Title on container: 1981 Numus Festival
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano)
Date: 30 April 1981
Location: Katedralskolens Festsal, Aarhus, Denmark
Contents: Wolff: Preludes for piano
Norholm: Discourse on time
Rzewski: Four pieces: IV
Ives: Sonata no.2 'Concord, Mass. 1840-60'
Notes: NUMUS Festival: 29 April - 3 May 1981; world premieres: Preludes, Discourse on time


Item 107
Title on container: 1981 Willey - SUNY Geneseo
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano in Willey and Rzewski works), James Kirkwood (cello),
James Willey (piano), Tremont String Quartet, Richard Balkin (violin), Laura Mahan Balkin (violin), Linda Walton Kirkwood (viola), James Kirkwood (cello), Glenda Dove (flute), and Barbara Dechario (harp)
Date: 20 September 1981
Location: Doty Auditorium, SUNY College of Arts and Sciences at Geneseo
Contents: Maslanka: Cello songs
Hiller: String quartet no.2
Willey: A prayer after all
Rzewski: Piano piece no.4
Debussy: Sonata for flute, viola and harp
Notes: Possibly only the works of Wiley and Rzewski are on this tape


Item 108
Title on container: 1982 Foss - Ni Bruit, Ni Vitesse
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano), Jan Williams (percussion), and Thomas Halpin (violin)
Date: 18 April 1982
Location: Buffalo, Albright Knox Gallery
Contents: Foss: Dedication -- Early song -- Composer's holiday -- Ni bruit, ni vitesse -- Solo for piano
Ives: Romanzo di central park
Vigeland: Brinks
Stravinsky: Valse pour les enfants
Foss: Four two-part inventions -- Curriculum vitae with time bomb
Notes: Program entitled An evening with Lukas Foss; a description of the piece can be found in Foss: A bio-bibliography (Perone, 1991). See W79 in this book for alternate possible performance dates.
The composition is written for 2 pianists and 2 percussionists or, alternatively, for pianist, percussionist, and tape. The Item is likely to be the tape part needed for duo performance of the composition. Mikhashoff and Williams perfor med the piece twice in 1982 (Paris and Buffalo); for both performances they needed a tape part.
So the Item can either be the concert take or the pre-recorded Ni bruit, ni vitesse by Mikhashoff and Jan Williams.


Item 109
Title on container: 1982 Holland Festival #3
Performers: Mikhashoff (pianist, introductions to composers)
Date: 6 June 1982
Location: De Doelen, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Contents: Cowell: Advertisement
Ives: Alcotts
Ornstein: A la chinoise
Griffes: The white peacock
Gershwin: Rialto ripples
Copland: Three moods
Antheil, George: Sonata no.3 -- The death of machines
Cowell: The banshee
Thomson: Five easy pieces
Rudhyar: Stars and sunburst
Nancarrow: Sonatina for piano
Becker: Sound piece no.5
Bernstein: Two anniversaries
Antheil: Valentine waltz
Riegger: Tone clusters
Feldman: Illusions
Hiller: Blue triangle
Barber: Fugue
Notes: Program entitled American piano with brief composer introductions by Mikhashoff; world Premiere of Nancarrow's Sonatina for piano; Holland Festival 1982: Concert No. 3; radio broadcast on 14 October 1982; detailed festival transcri ption of all concerts by the Dutch Radio laid in Item 110


Item 110
Title on container: 1982 Holland Festival #5
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano)
Date: 4 June 1982
Location: De Doelen, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Contents: Anonymous: Low dutch tune
Peter: Quintet no.6
Hagen: Adams and Washingtoon
Jackson: Dirge and dead march
Reinagle: Indian march
Traditional: Fife and drum medley
Carr: The siege of Tripoli
Heinrich: Tower of Babel
Farwell: Dawn: Fantasy on indian themes
Ives: Holiday quickstep
Griffes: Sketch on indian themes
Ives: Country band march
Joplin: The ragtime dance
Notes: Concert no.5 of Holland Festival 1982; radio broadcast on 29 October 1978; detailed transcription of all festival concerts which were broadcast by the Dutch Radio laid in container; one page photocopy of Bennett Lerner world Premie re recording laid in container


Item 111
Title on container: 1982 New Music America (1)
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano)
Date: 6 July 1982
Location: Preston Bradley Hall, Chicago Public Library, Chicago
Contents: Becker: Soundpiece no.5
Sellars: Sonata no.2
Curran: For Cornelius
Foss: Solo for piano
Rudhyar: Rite of transcendence
Rzewski: Piano piece no.4
Notes: New Music America, Festival 1982; front label on box is from WFMT (Chicago's fine arts station)


Item 112
Title on container: 1982 New Music America (2)
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano)
Date: 10 July 1982
Location: Navy Pier, Chicago
Contents: Wolff: Preludes
Notes: World Premiere of Wolff's Preludes;
New Music America, Festival 1982; front label on box is from WFMT (Chicago's fine arts station)


Item 113
Title on container: 1984 Great American Piano Marathon (1)
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano)
Date: 1984
Location: Music Factory Festival 1984
Contents: Ives: The Alcotts (1915)
Cowell: Advertisement (1914)
Griffes: Preludes (1915)
Grainger: Bridal lullaby (1916)
Ornstein: Afternoon in Chinatown (1918)
Copland: Sonnets and moods (1921)
Cowell: The banshee (1923)
Antheil: Sonatina and shimmy (1923)
Gershwin: Impromptu two keys (1923)
Thomson: Two sentimental tangos (1923)
Rudhyar: Stars and sunburst (1926)
Crawford: Prelude (1928)
Rieger: Blue voyage (1929)
Copland: Piano variations (1929)
Brant: Music for a five-and-dime (1932)
Nancarrow: Blues (1932)
Cage: Two pieces (1935)
Harris: Chopin in the citrus belt (1938)
Harrison: Sonata no.3 (1938)
Krenek: Five pieces (1938)
Thomson: Two spanish portraits (1940)
Ruggles: Evocations (1943)
Ives: Hawthorne (1941)
Eisler: Sonata no.3 (1943)
Bernstein: Anniversaries (1943)
Beeson: Piano sonata no. 5 (1945)
Harris: American ballads (1945)
Cage: Suite for toy piano -- In a landscape (1948)
Kirchner: Piano sonata (1948)
Antheil: Valentine waltzes (1949)
Rorem: Barcarolle (1949)
Riegger: Tone clusters (1949)
Hiller: Blue triangle (1949)
Barber: Piano sonata: Allegro (1949)
Feldman: Intermission 5 (1952)
Wolff: For piano I (1952)
Brown: Folio: December 1952 (1952)
Cage: Concert (1958)
Martino: Piano fantasy (1958)
Young: Piano piece for David Tudor I (1960)
Gould, Morton: Blues (1963)
Hovhaness: Visionary landscapes (1965)
Zappa: Piano introduction (1969)
Davidovsky: Synchronisms no.6 (1970)
Foss: Solo (for Yvar) (1981)
Wolff: Prelude (1982)
Rudhyar: Processional (1983)
Thomson: Portraits (1983)
Felder: Rocket summer (1984)
Nancarrow: Tango (1984)
Leone: Momentum (1984)
Shapey: Passacaglia (1984)
Cage: Swinging (1984)
Vigeland: Three nocturnes (1984)
Rzewski: Eggs for Yvar (1984)
Curran: Hope street tunnel blues (1984)
Notes: Program entitled American piano marathon: seventy works in seven hours from seventy years 1914-1984; scribbled notes on reel: "Katy Davis, [Religern outs], 4-25-83 Andrew Ackenbaum, Jefferson in Retirement, Israelite, Rose Music X"


Item 114
Title on container: 1984 Great American Piano Marathon (2)
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano)
Date: 1984
Location: Music Factory Festival 1984
Contents: see part 1, Item 113


Item 115
Title on container: Cage
Performers: Mikhashoff?
Date: n.d.
Contents: Crumb
Cage
Moran
Notes: Annotated as "Copy"


Item 116
Title on container: Fall of the House Usher
Date: n.d.
Contents: Mikhashoff: The fall of the house Usher
Notes: Container is signed Roger Meyers; specific durations of part 1 and 2, and timing of voice onset are written on container


Item 117
Title on container: 1980 Fontana Mix
Performers: Stephen Bradley (electronics)
Date: 16 April 1980
Location: Baird Hall, Buffalo, NY
Contents: Cage: Fontana Mix
Notes: The first concert which includes Fontana Mix occured on 16 April 1980. Later, there are many more performances of Fontana Mix with Mikhashoff. It is possible that this is the tape part he used for all performances. The tape part fo r Fontana Mix was realized by Stephen Bradley and members of the class 401 Electronic Music.


Item 118
Title on container: Felder / Austin / Sellars / Ligeti / Nancarrow / Daugherty
(Enregistrement NAGRA)
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano)
Contents: Felder
Austin
Sellars
Ligeti
Nancarrow
Daugherty
Item 119
Title on container: Hispania
Performers: Mikhashoff? (piano)
Date: n.d.
Contents: Scelsi: Hispania for solo piano
Notes: Annotated as "copia"


Item 120
Title on container: Scelsi
Performers: Mikhashoff?
Date: n.d.
Contents: Scelsi: Suite No. 9 (TTAI) -- Incantesimi -- Sonata no.2
Notes: Likely that Mikhashoff is the performer here; he premiered some of Scelsi's piano works in Rome, 1977 and London, 1979


Item 121
Title on container: Scelsi - Aitsi
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano)
Date: n.d.
Contents: Scelsi: Aitsi (for pianoforte solo)
Notes: Dating based on notes on back of container


Item 122
Title on container: Unknown Solo Piano Works
Performers: Mikhashoff?
Date: n.d.
Contents: Moran: Waltzes
Thomson: Waltzes
Bartók: The Chase
Notes: Program entitled Unknown solo piano works


Item 123
Title on container: Untitled
Performers: Mikhashoff?
Date: n.d.
Notes: No information available about the contents of this tape.


Taped Parts for Concert Performance

Item 124
Title on container: Austin - Sonata concertante (1)
Date: n.d.
Notes: First installment cue tapes: first 610 sec, 10 score pages; see letters accompanying Item 125


Item 125
Title on container: Austin - Sonata concertante (2)
Date: n.d.
Notes: Cue tape 2: all of the piece, 19 score pages; includes letters from Larry Austin to Mikhashoff


Item 126
Title on container: Austin - Sonata concertante (3) - 1984, revised 1985
Date: n.d.
Notes: Tape part for concert performance; 4 tracks: computer, computer, blank, cue


Item 127
Title on container: Dashow - Mnemonics
Date: n.d.
Location: Slee Hall, UB, Buffalo, NY
Contents: Dashow: Mnemonics (for violin and tape)
Notes: Tape part for concert performance; includes a score sheet with updates and comments; a note on the back of the container gives performance instructions; probably performed in concert at UB; see note on back of container: "Steve [Bradley], this is for April 19 performance"


Item 128
Title on container: Daugherty
Date: n.d.
Contents: Daugherty: Ivar's two-step
Notes: Tape part for concert performance; composed in 1973


Item 129
Title on container: Davidovsky
Date: n.d.
Contents: Davidovsky: Synchronisms no.6
Notes: Tape part for concert performance; signed by Mikhashoff; slide of one score page laid in container; composed in 1972


Item 130
Title on container: Dodge - Any Resemblance
Performers: Mikhashoff
Date: n.d.
Contents: Dodge: Any resemblance is purely coincidental
Notes: Tape part for concert performance; signed in red by YM.


Item 131
Title on container: Felder - Three Nocturnes
Date: n.d.
Contents: Felder: Three nocturnes: No.3 Colleccium nocturna
Notes: Tape part for concert performance; composed in 1973


Item 132
Title on container: Haiku
Date: n.d.
Contents: Montague: Haiku
Notes: Tape part for concert performance; composed in 1987; includes a note from Montague to Mikhashoff, 13 September 1989, concerning a possible performance in Buffalo


Item 133
Title on container: Hudson - Reflexives for tape and piano
Date: n.d.
Contents: Hudson: Reflexives


Item 134
Title on container: Ivey - Skaniadaryo (1)
Date: n.d.
Contents: Ivey: Skaniadaryo (for piano and tape)
Notes: Tape part for concert performance; composed in 1973; see also Item 148

Item 135
Title on container: Kagel - '1898'
Date: n.d.
Location: [Musikhochschule Den Haag]
Contents: Kagel: 1898
Notes: Tape part for concert performance; annotated as: "Kinderstimmen zur Tonbandeinspielung f¸r Konzertfassung [Children's voices for concert version] Kopie 15 Mai 1974"


Item 136
Title on container: Keane - Lyra
Date: n.d.
Contents: Keane: Lyra
Notes: Tape part for concert performance.


Item 137
Title on container: Kolb - Solitaire
Date: n.d.
Contents: Kolb: Solitaire
Notes: Tape part for concert performance; the entire composition was performed 13 Feb 1972; see Evenings for New Music no.218


Item 138
Title on container: McNabb
Performers: Michael McNabb (electronics)
Date: n.d.
Location: CCRMA, Stanford University
Contents: McNabb: Love in the asylum
Notes: Tape part for concert performance; includes leaflet with directions for audio set up by the composer; composed 1981, revised 1983


Item 139
Title on container: Pederson - Sonata I Hvidt
Performers:
Date: n.d.
Contents: Pederson: Sonata i hvidt (for piano and tape)
Notes: Tape part for concert performance; instructions for pianist on inside of container


Item 140
Title on container: Subotnick - Prelude No.3
Date: n.d.
Contents: Subotnick: Prelude no.3 for piano and electronic sounds
Notes: Tape part for concert performance


Item 141
Title on container: Subotnick - Prelude No.4
Date: n.d.
Contents: Subotnick: Prelude no.4 for piano and electronic sounds
Notes: Tape part for concert performance


Item 142
Title on container: Szekely
Date: n.d.
Contents: Szekely: Concerto for piano and tape
Notes: Annotated ZKV Kolcso[nanyay]


Tapes without participation of Mikhashoff

Item 143
Title on container: 1968 Strauss plays Richard Strauss
Performers: Richard Strauss
Date: 1968, 1906
Contents: Strauss: Fragments (Salome) -- Dance of the seven veils (Salome) -- An einsamer Quelle op.9 no.2 -- Love scene (Ein Heldenleben) -- RÍverie op.9 no.4 -- Intermezzo op.9 no.3
Notes: Commercial reel tape of a Welte piano roll recording; transfered to tape in 1968


Item 144
Title on container: 1969 Kramer (1)
Performers: Robert Shannon (piano)
Date: 1969
Contents: Kramer: Music for piano no.2


Item 145
Title on container: 1971 Bruen (1)
Performers: University of Illinois Opera Group and Sime? (conductor)
Date: March 1971
Location: Festival of Contemporary Arts, U of Illinois
Contents: Bruen: Trials of psyche, opera in one act


Item 146
Title on container: 1972 Kramer (2)
Performers: Gary Smart (piano)
Date: 1972
Contents: Kramer: Music for piano no. 4


Item 147
Title on container: 1972 Larry Baker
Date: 12 March 1972
Contents: Baker: Trimophony


Item 148
Title on container: 1973 Ivey - Skaniadaryo (2)
Performers: Barbara piano Maris
Date: September 1973
Contents: Ivey: Skaniadaryo for piano and tape
Notes: Complete performance; tape part for concert performance available; see Item 134


Item 149
Title on container: 1975 Cummings
Performers: Ronald Anderson (trumpet), Allan Blustein (clarinet), and Donald Palma (bass)
Date: August 1975
Location: Hunter Johnson Composers' Conference
Contents: Cummings: Bone songs


Item 150
Title on container: 1976 Baker
Date: 14 August 1976
Contents: Baker: Musicpiece I for solo percussion -- Musicpiece II for percussion and piano


Item 151
Title on container: 1977 Bruen (2)
Performers: Neily Bruen (piano), Richard Wells (saxophone), and Peter Standaart (flute)
Date: February 1977
Location: Town Hall, New York City and Wesleyan University
Contents: Bruen: Grand duo for soprano saxophone and piano -- Grand duo for flute and piano -- Five nocturnes


Item 152
Title on container: 1977 Messiaen - Canyons aus Etoiles
Performers: Yvonne Loriod (pianist), Ensemble Ars Nova, and Constant (conductor)
Date: 1977
Location: Paris
Contents: Messiaen: Canyons aux étoiles
Notes: Copy of commercial recording STU 70975


Item 153
Title on container: 1977 Willey
Performers: James Willey (piano)
Date: 29 April 1977
Location: SUNY Brockport
Contents: Willey: Second piano sonata


Item 154
Title on container: 1980 Palmer - Four Decades (1)
Performers: Mary Ann Covert (piano, 1st work), Phiroze Mehta (piano, 2nd work),
Malcolm Bilson (piano, 3rd-5th work), and Ramon Salvatore (piano, 6th work)
Date: 17 February 1980 and 24 February 1980
Location: Cornell University - Ithaca College
Contents: Palmer: First sonata- Second sonata -- Toccata ostinato -- Epigrams VIII-XI -- Transitions -- Third sonata
Notes: Program notes by the composer


Item 155
Title on container: 1980 Palmer - Four Decades (2)
Performers: Mary Ann Covert (piano, 1st work), Phiroze Mehta (piano, 2nd work), Malcolm Bilson (piano, 3rd-5th work), and Ramon Salvatore (piano, 6th work)
Date: 17 February 1980-24 February 1980
Location: Cornell University - Ithaca College
Contents: see part 1, Item 154


Item 156
Title on container: 1981 Phillips / Willey
Performers: James Willey
Date: May 1981
Contents: Philipps: Piano sonata no.3
Willey: Some old refrains -- The musical miscellany
Notes: Includes a letter from James Willey to Mikhashoff, dated 18 May 1981: Willey evaluates the recordings on this tape, reviews his recent visit to Buffalo, and discusses plans for a concert at Geneseo with participation of Mikhashoff


Item 157
Title on container: 1982 Schafer
Performers: Schafer
Date: 1982
Location:
Contents: Schafer: Here the sounds go round -- Introduction to smoke
Notes: Commercial recording; first work prepared for an exhibition of sound sculpture organized by the National Museums Corporation of Canada; the second work is a novel read by Schafer


Item 158
Title on container: Barcelona (1) - Berenguer
Date: n.d.
Location: Laboratorio de So at C.C.E.S., Barcelona, Spain
Contents: Berenguer: El vent del capvespre


Item 159
Title on container: Barcelona (2) - Capdevila
Date: n.d.
Location: Barcelona, Spain
Contents: Capdevila: Gramatges


Item 160
Title on container: Barcelona (3) - Polonio
Date: n.d.
Location: Barcelona, Spain
Contents: Polonio: De fantasia variaciones bajo fianza rabelais en un trono


Item 161
Title on container: Barcelona (5) - Lewin-Richter
Date: n.d.
Location: Barcelona, Spain
Contents: Lewis-Richter: Secuenzia IV


Item 162
Title on container: Bieler
Date: n.d.
Contents: Bieler: Esothen f¸r Fl¸gel innen


Item 163
Title on container: Constantinides
Date: n.d.
Contents: Constantinides: Sonata for solo piano


Item 164
Title on container: Jewish Chronicle (commercial)
Date: n.d.
Contents: Blacher, Boris
Wagner-Regeny
Hartmann
Henze
Dessau
Notes: Commercial recording; however, the work was also performed at Buffalo on 13 March 1977; this marks the first Buffalo appearance of Uitti; Mikhashoff was the director of the Baird Contemporary Ensemble


Item 165
Title on container: Kubik - Piano Concerto
Date: n.d.
Contents: Kubik: Piano concerto
Notes: A Czech concert took place on 8 December 1979 at UB. It included works by Kubik and Invence; see Mikhashoff document archive for program notes of this concert


Item 166
Title on container: Kubik / Rezac / Jinasek
Date: n.d.
Contents: Kubik: Narek bojovne kovy zeny
Rezak: ISR
Jinasek: Portret Zeny


Item 167
Title on container: Miroglio - Soleils
Date: n.d.
Contents: Miroglio: Soleils


Item 168
Title on container: Patachich - Ludispaziali
Performers: Erzsebet Tusa
Date: n.d.
Contents: Patachich: Ludispaziali for piano and tape
Notes: Item contains both complete music and a tape part for concert performance


Item 169
Title on container: Scelsi
Performers: Giacinto Scelsi (piano, 1st & 2nd work) and Frederic Rzewski (piano, 3rd to
5th work)
Date: n.d.
Location: [Rome, Italy]
Contents: Scelsi: Cinque incantesimi -- Suite no. 9 -- Suite no. 11 -- Suite no. 12 -- Inoutetto no. 2 -- YNOYBIS (per violino solo)
Notes: Annotated as "Copyright G. Scelsi, no duplication"; composed in 1953


Item 170
Title on container: Stalvey (1)
Date: n.d.
Contents: Stalvey: Points-Lines-Circles -- Fitan


Item 171
Title on container: Stalvey (2)
Date: n.d.
Contents: Stalvey: Celebration Sequent II -- Celebration Principium -- Celebration Sequent IV


Item 172
Title on container: Stalvey (3)
Date: n.d.
Contents: Stalvey: Celebration Sequent I -- Changes


Item 173
Title on container: Willey
Performers: Esterhazy String Quartet, Era Szekey (violin), Holly Stern (violin), Carolyn Kenneson (viola), Carleton Spotts (cello), University of Massachusetts Group for New Music, and Charles Fussell (conductor)
Date: n.d.
Contents: Willey: String quartet -- Death of Mozart
Notes: Annotation on container: "right channel underrecorded, should be adjusted accordingly"; composed in 1975


Long Play Recordings (LPs) and Compact Discs


Item 174
Title on container: 1960 - Barber
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano)
Date: 23 May 1960
Location: Eastman School of Music, Kilbourn Hall
Contents: Barber: Sonate for piano, op. 26
Fennimore: Waltzes op. 1
Notes: non-commercial recording


Item 175
Title on container: Yvar Mikhashoff plays Johnson, Palmer, and Beeson
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano)
Date:
Location:
Contents: Hunter Johnson: Piano sonata
Robert Palmer: Second piano sonata
Jack Beeson: Fifth piano sonata
Notes: Recorded on Composers Recordings CRI SD 464; annotated: For the Library from Yvar with warm regards -- May 3, 1982


Item 176
Title on container: Virgil Thomson: Sixty Years of Piano Music
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano)
Date:
Location:
Contents: Thomson: Prelude -- Ten easy pieces and a coda -- Piano sonata no. 1 -- Suite from The plough that broke the plains -- Sixteen portraits
Notes: Recorded on Spectrum SR-153; annotated: Best regards to the UB Music Library April 1982


Item 177
Title on container: The Waltz Project
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano, 1st, 4th, 6th, 13th, 16th works); Alan Feinberg (piano, 2nd-3rd, 8th, 16th works); John Cobb, (piano, 5th, 9th-12th,14th-15th works); Robert Moran (piano, 7th, 16th and voice, 15th work)
Date: 12-13 June 1980
Location: New York City, Columbia 30th St. studios
Contents: Moran: Waltz "In memoriam -- Maurice Ravel"
Glass: Modern love waltz
Babbitt: Minute waltz
Harrison: Waltz for Evelyn Hinrichsen
Sessions: Waltz
Fennimore: Titles waltz: After Max Steiner
Krauze: Music box waltz
Tower: Red garnet waltz
Ashforth: Sentimental waltz
Constanten: Dejavalse
Helps: Valse mirage
Tcherepnin: Valse perpetuelle
Stout: Waltz
Gena: Waltz
Cage: Waltzes for the five boroughs
Thomson: For a happy occasion
Notes: Recorded on Nonesuch D-79011; annotated: For the Music Archives and the great staff; Yvar


Item 178
Title on container: Charles Ives: Concord sonata
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano); Josef Jelinek (flute)
Date:
Location: Prague, studios of the Czech Radio
Contents: Ives: Piano sonata no. 2, "Concord, Mass., 1840-1860"
Notes: Recorded on Spectrum SR-120; annotated: For all my friends of the Music Library; Yvar Mikhashoff ; April 22, 1981


Compact Discs

Item 179
Title on container: Karlheinz Stockhausen ; Mantra
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano), Rosalind Bevan (piano), and Ole Orsted (electronics)
Date: 1990
Location:
Contents: Stockhausen: Mantra
Notes: Recorded on New Albion NA025CD


Item 180
Title on container: 50 Jahre Neue Musik in Darmstadt
Performers:
Date:
Location:
Contents:
Notes: Recorded on Col Legno WWE 4 CD 31893


Item 181
Title on container: Incitation to desire: Tangos for Yvar Mikhashoff
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano)
Date: 22-25 May 1992
Location: Buffalo, Slee Hall
Contents: Sahl: Exiles' cafÈ Carleton
Cage: Perpetual canon (I)
Rudhyar: Tango d'Antan Duckworth -- Tango Schimmel -- Fromage dangereux
Foss: Curriculum vitae tango
Pender: Ms. Jackson dances for the world
Bennett: Tango after Syrinx
Biscardi: Incitation to desire
Loudova: Tango music
Bright: Tango dreaming
Sary: Tango
Nancarrow: Tango?
Hill: Tango no tango
Raschke: Tango auf drei Beinum <i.e., Beinem>
Copland: Tempo di tango
Jaggard: Tango
Cage: Perpetual tango (II)
Berkman: Thorn-torn lips
Notes: Recorded on New Albion NA073CD


Item 182
Title on container: Schtetl variations
Performers: Mikhashoff (piano)
Date: 22 November 1988
Location: Hannover, Sendesaal of NDR (Radio Bremen)
Contents: Curran: For Cornelius -- Last acts of Julian Beck
Notes: Recorded on Mode 49


Item 183
Title on container: Conlon Nancarrow: Studies
Performers: Ensemble Modern, Ingo Metzmacher (conductor)
Date: 18-22 February and 14 April 1992
Location: Frankfurt, Studio I of the Hessian Radio
Contents: Nancarrow: Piece no. 2 for small orchestra -- Sarabande & scherzo -- Studies for player piano (arr. for instrumental ensemble by Yvar Mikhashoff): Nos. 1, 2, 3c, 5, 6, 7, 9, 12, 14, 18, 19 -- Tango (orig. for pfte.; arr. by Mikhashoff) -- Toccata (orig. for violin-pfte.; arr. by Mikhashoff) -- Trio
Notes: Recorded on RCA Victor 09026-61180-2


Item 184
Title on container: Cal Arts: Essentia
Performers:
Date:
Location:
Contents:
Notes: Recorded on California Institue of the Arts promotional recording (non-commercial)