2 edition of Two poems for chorus, on words of Kenneth Patchen found in the catalog.
Two poems for chorus, on words of Kenneth Patchen
|Other titles||O now the drenched land wakes, The great birds|
|Series||Universal Edition, 14705|
|LC Classifications||M1586 B37 P6|
|The Physical Object|
Kenneth Patchen (–) was born in Niles, Ohio, in From the age of twelve, he kept a diary and read Dante, Homer, Burns, Shakespeare, and Melville. He attended Alexander Meiklejohn’s Experimental College for one year and then the University of Wisconsin. History. Comics poetry traces its origins to illuminated manuscripts, graphic novels, concrete poetry, and poets who combined images and text such as Kenneth the mids, a number of artist-poets began publishing independently of one another, referring to what they were doing expressly as comics poetry.
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Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Get this from a library. Two poems: for chorus, on words of Kenneth Patchen. [David Bedford]. Two Poems for Chorus on words of Kenneth Patchen ("The Love Poems", City Light Books, San Francisco). I, O now the drenched Land wakes: 6 Sopranos, 6 Altos, 6 Tenors, 6 Basses; II, The Great Birds: 12 Sopranos, 6 Altos, 6 Tenors, 6 Basses.
Two Poems For Chorus On Words Of Kenneth Patchen. Composed By – David Bedford Lyrics By – Kenneth Patchen. O Now The Drenched Land Wakes. The Great Birds. Patchen dislocated a disk in his spine, an incessantly painful injury, which he lived with for a span of nearly thirty years, before seeking treatment.
He died in Over the course of his career, which included about forty books, Patchen tried his hand at several types of poetry: concrete poetry, drama, prose, jazz, verse, and the anti-novel.
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"picture poems"). InKenneth Patchen was born in Niles, Ohio. His lifelong romance with writing commenced at age twelve, when he took up keeping a diary Two poems for chorus reading the works of famous writers.
His first published work was in his high school newspaper. After working for two years with his father, Patchen when on to.
Words also printed as text on p. . Includes performance instructions in English and German. Description: 1 score (32 pages) ; 41 cm: Contents: O now the drenched land wakes --The great birds. Other Titles: Poems: Responsibility: David Bedford ; on words of Kenneth Patchen.
Kenneth Patchen, Selected Poems (New Directions, ) Selected by the New Directions staff after Patchen's death, Selected Poems was meant to introduce a new generation to the poet and novelist the back cover calls "the most compelling force in American poetry since Whitman."/5(13).
The idea for the painted poems, Patchen’s wife Miriam has said, emerged from his fascination with sheets he received from John Tate, a botanist. The on words of Kenneth Patchen book, once used in France to press botanical specimens, became the backdrop to the painted poems, which were bound and published in the collections Hallelujah Anyway and But Even So.
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O Now The Drenched Land Awakes – 2. The Great Birds – György Ligeti. Two Poems for Chorus on Words of Kenneth Patchen~O now the drenched land wakes. The Scratch Orchestra. Amazon: 4: Two Poems for Chorus on Words of Kenneth Patchen~The great birds.
The Scratch Orchestra. Amazon: blue highlight denotes track pick. AllMusic. Kenneth Patchen (Decem – January 8, ) was an American poet and experimented with different forms of writing and incorporated painting, drawing, and jazz music into his works, which have been compared with those of William Blake and Walt Whitman.
Patchen's biographer wrote that he "developed in his fabulous fables, love poems, and picture poems a deep yet modern. Collected Poems book.
Read 13 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. From the appearance in of Kenneth Patchen's first book, the vo /5(13). Fiction by Kenneth Patchen. This selection is drawn from ten earlier volumes by the poet who has been called “the most compelling force in American poetry since Whitman.” The late Kenneth Patchen was unique among contemporary poets for his direct and passionate concern with the most essential elements in the tragic, comic, blundering and at.
Because It Is: Poems and Drawings () The Love Poems of Kenneth Patchen () Double Header, includes Poemscapes and Hurrah for Anything () Hallelujah Anyway: Picture Poems () But Even So: Picture-Poems () Love and War Poems () Collected Poems () Wonderings: Picture Poems () In Quest of Candlelighters () Patchen.
Two Poems for Chorus / Lux aeterna / Succsim / Matka, a classical music Album by Chor des Norddeutschen Rundfunks Hamburg / Helmut Franz. Released in on Deutsche Grammophon (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Modern Classical, Choral. Featured peformers: NDR Chor (choir), Helmut Franz (conductor), Karl Faust (producer), Dr.
Manfred Richter (supervisor), Hans-Peter. Kenneth Patchen assembled this collection in his fifty-fourth year. Since space was the only restricting factor in his choice, readers are given a direct and first-time insight into the poet’s own estimate of his concern.
Additionally, the texts of many long-unavailable poems are provided. Two poems for chorus: on words of Kenneth Patchen / David Bedford Bedford, David [ Printed music: ] Languages: English;German;No linguistic content, [2 others].
Booker Ervin and Kenneth Patchen. Photo: provenance unknown. Kenneth continued his "poetry-jazz" untilwhen he spent two weeks in New York with Charlie Mingus. Upon his return to San Francisco, he underwent exploratory lung surgery at the insistence of his doctor, which destroyed the successful results of his earlier spinal infusion.
Journal of Experimental Fiction - Kenneth Patchen Award Deadline: Aug Entry Fee: $25 E-mail address: [email protected] A prize of $1, and book publication by Journal of Experimental Fiction and JEF Books is given annually for an innovative novel. Submit a manuscript of any length with a $25 entry fee by August Kenneth Patchen.
If you are not familiar with Patchen, these may help to introduce his work. Patchen’s book was published by Padell Books in and printed by John Felsburg, Inc., in New York City.
THE TRANSLITERACY OF KENNETH PATCHEN’S SLEEPERS AWAKE when readers read as if the words on the page were only fleeting. As a way to help readers discover (or rediscover) our archive, has invited some of today’s most vital graphic novelists to interpret a poem of their choice from the more than 4, poems in our archive, reaching from Beowulf to the present.
This time around, Ron Regé, Jr. lends his talents to a poem by Kenneth Patchen. He sent me another of Patchen’s poems to look at. Equally impressed by that one, I ordered Selected Poems. I’m sure the archetypes juxtaposed here are part of the appeal of the poem. Most of us men seem to have two images of women, harlot and saint, and often have a hard time reconciling those images.
Three additional poems which also relate to this topic are; The Orange Bears by Kenneth Patchen, The Pennycandystore Beyond the El by Lawrence Ferlinghetti and My Papa’s Waltz by Theodore Roethke. Each poet portrays how a child needs the guidance of an adult figure in their life, to teach them a lesson or to care for them, whether explicitly.
Kenneth Patchen’s “The Murder of Two Men by a Young Kid Wearing Lemon-colored Gloves” involves us directly in the creation of the speaker’s identity and the fulfillment of his crime. Whereas Betts fills our heads with details, Patchen gives us only the bare bones of the situation, those distracting “lemon-colored gloves” and the two.
I don’t know enough about Bedford to understand why he’s been paired up with Cardew, since Two Poems for Chorus on Words of Kenneth Patchen is solidly in the post-war modernist tradition that Cardew escaped.
There are a couple of complete NMC discs of Bedford’s music available, but the only other piece I’ve heard was the not very. Chaplain Mike’s Books; CM Series – ; CM Series – ; Annual Review – Home > Poetry or Lyrics > Poem: At the New Year (Kenneth Patchin) Poem: At the New Year (Kenneth Patchin) 31 Dec by Chaplain Mike.
Frosty Morning () At the New Year by Kenneth Patchen. In the shape of this night, in the still fall Kenneth Patchen. The Kenneth Patchen Papers contains biographical material, including obituaries, awards, legal documents, papers relating to poetry-jazz and exhibit activities, and various printed material written about Patchen; a substantial collection of outgoing and incoming correspondence covering ; manuscripts, including incomplete and complete.
Product Information. From the appearance in of Kenneth Patchen's first book, the voice of this great poet has been protesting war and social injustice, satirizing the demeaning and barbarous inanities of our culture--entrancing us with an inexhaustible flow of humor and fantasy.
--Kenneth Patchen There is a line scrawled across one of Kenneth Patchen's paintings that would seem childish if not for its heartfelt sincerity: "Peace now for all men/ or amen to all things.".
Join our email list for the latest news from Smithsonian Folkways Recordings. Inas a recent student of Luigi Nono in Venice, he wrote Two Poems for Chorus, settings of Kenneth Patchen texts.
It remains one of his most compelling works, with a. American poet and novelist Kenneth Patchen (–) reads 19 poems in this Folkways recording. Throughout his career, Patchen experimented with poetic writing styles and forms including reading his poems set to jazz music.
Some critics have compared his work to the poetry of Walt Whitman and. The largest-scale setting of Patchen's poetry to date -- a vast work for chorus and orchestra entitled into thy wondrous house, juxtaposes excerpts of poems with passages from the Book of Isaiah.
The musical language synthesizes a simple, direct choral style with complex orchestral writing, and relies entirely on traditional notation to.
Kenneth Patchen is a great poet and a very special case. Like all the modern English language poets born before World War I, he inherited an almost over-ripe English with roots descending deeply into two thousand years of European culture.
It is the English that made such a rich medium for Pound, Eliot, Stevens, Williams, Aiken and s: 7. O Now the Drenched Land Wakes and The Great Birds (two poems for chorus based on the words of Kenneth Patchen, ) were released by Deutsche Grammophon on one of their Avant Garde series of albums in Music for Albion Moonlight was released in by Argo Records, paired with And Suddenly It's Evening by Elisabeth Lutyens.
Kenneth Patchen's exuberant picture poems; What Shall We Do Without Us. The Voice and Vision of Kenneth Patchen, by Kenneth Patchen.
San Francisco: Sierra Club Books. Review by John Cunningham WE MEET by Kenneth Patchen New Directions 80 Eighth Avenue New York, NY ISBN:pp., $ THE WALKING-AWAY WORLD by Kenneth Patchen New Directions 80 Eighth Avenue New York, NY ISBN:pp., $ Kenneth Patchen is .Kenneth Patchen () was a major American experimental poet and novelist influenced by Dadaism and Surrealism.
Kenneth Patchen's father was a steel worker in Youngstown and, later, in Warren, Ohio. As a young man Patchen followed his father's example and worked briefly in the mills, but, having decided to be a writer, he attended college, then.Kenneth Patchen discography and songs: Music profile for Kenneth Patchen, born 13 December Genres: Jazz Poetry, Poetry, Beat Poetry.
Albums include The Beat Generation, Dylan's Scene: The Sound of Greenwich Village, and Kenneth Patchen Reads His Poetry with the Chamber Jazz Sextet.