Dienstag, 3. März 2015

Harry Partch

the recordings of music as composed by Harry Partch

a discography compiled by H.Lukas Lindenmaier (Lukas died in February 2014 RIP)

ADDITION: The covers were added from the internet files. The copyright belongs to the people who issued them. (Michael Frohne)


1. chronological listing of recording sessions


00-0000A - TWO SETTINGS FROM LEWIS CARROLL

. . , unknown location: unidentified musicians and instrumentation.

a. O Frabjous Day! Bootleg-RIP-003
b. unknown title

Issues: Bootleg-RIP-000 (unidentified album, info from B.Brüchig)




00-0000B - YANKEE DOODLE FANTASY

. . , unknown location: unidentified musicians and instrumentation.

a. Yankee Doodle Fantasy Newport-Classics-NPD85526

Issues: Newport-Classics-NPD85526 (CD) as MICROTONAL PIANO; includes other material not related to Harry Partch's works. (info from B.Brüchig)



46-0000A - U.S.HIGHBALL

. .1946, University of Madison, Madison WI: Lee Hoiby kithara; Christine Charnstrom chromelodeon; Hulda Gieschen harmonic canon; William Wendlandt subjective voice; Harry Partch objective voice,adapted guitar.

a. U.S.Highball (Version B) GME-Recordings-#???

Issues: GME-Recordings privately issued by Warren E.Gilson, Madison WI
(1946)

Notes: -a. issued in 6 parts (three 12" 78-rpm-disks)


47-0000A - TEN SETTINGS OF LYRICS BY LI PO

. .1947, University of Madison, Madison WI: William Wendlandt intoning voice; Harry Partch intoning voice, adapted viola.

a. An Encounter In The Field Gate-5-#A
b. On Hearing The FLute At Lo-cheng Gate-5-#A
c. The Intruder Gate-5-#A NWR-NW-214
d. I Am A Peach Tree Gate-5-#A NWR-NW-214
e. With A Man Of Leisure
f. A Midnight Farewell Gate-5-#A NWR-NW-214
g. Before The Cask Of Wine Gate-5-#A NWR-NW-214
h. A Dream
i. On The Ship Of Spice-Wood
j. By The Great Wall

Issues: -a. - -j. complete in 4 parts (two 12" 78-rpm-disks) on
GME-Recordings-#???, privately issued by Warren E.Gilson, Madison WI
(1947)
Gate-5-#A (12" LP) as THIRTY YEARS OF LYRICAL AND DRAMATIC MUSIC.
New-World-Records-NW-214 as HARRY PARTCH / JOHN CAGE; also includes
Cage's "Music of Changes pts. 3+4"




50-0000A - THE MUSIC OF HARRY PARTCH / PARTCH COMPOSITIONS

. .1950, Gualala CA: Harry Partch intoning voice; Ben Johnston intoning voice; Betty Johnston, Donald Pippin, Bill Snead unidentified instrumentation

a. Studies On Ancient Greek Scales Gate-5-#A Mode-CD18
b. The Rose Gate-5-#A NWR-NW-214
c. The Crane Gate-5-#A
d. The Wind Gate-5-#A NWR-NW-214
e. The Waterfall Gate-5-#A NWR-NW-214
f. The Letter 2:45 Gate-5-#B CRI-CRI-193
CRI-ACS-6001 CRI-CD-7000
g. The Street NWR-NW-214
h. Vanity Gate-5-#A
i. Lover
j. Soldiers - War - Another War
k. Cloud Chamber Music 3:45 Gate-5-#A CRI-CRI-193
CRI-ACS-6001
l. Dark Brother (Version B)

Issues: -a. - -l. issued in 10 parts on 5 12" 78-rpm-disks, on a non-for-profit basis by Lauriston C.Marshall, Berkeley CA (1951, reissued 1953)
Gate-5-#A (12" LP) as THIRTY YEARS OF LYRICAL AND DRAMATIC MUSIC.
Gate-5-#B (12" LP) as THE WAYWARD.
Composers-Recordings-Inc.-CRI-193 as FROM THE MUSIC OF HARRY PARTCH.
Composers-Recordings-Inc.-ACS-6001 (cass) as MUSIC OF HARRY PARTCH.
Composers-Recordings-Inc.-CD-7000 (CD) as THE MUSIC OF HARRY PARTCH.
New-World-Records-NW-214 as HARRY PARTCH / JOHN CAGE; also includes
Cage's "Music of Changes pts. 3+4"
Mode-CD18 as NEWBAND; includes other recordings not related to Harry Partch's works.




53-0000A - PLECTRA AND PERCUSSION DANCES

. .1953, Sausalito CA: The Gate-5 Ensemble: Horace Schwartz cond; Richard Barnett; Ruita Churchill; Vincent Delgado; Robert Gafias; Henry Jarmillo; Lynn Ludlow; Harry Partch; Jerry Schimmel; Michele Slivka; Allen Smith; Marc Smith (unidentified instrumentation).

a. Castor And Pollux (complete) Gate-5-#4 CRI-CRI-193
14:15 CRI-ACS-6001 CRI-CD-7000
aa. Castor And Pollux Gate-5-#1
(excerpts, missing sections 2,3)
b. Ring Around The Moon Gate-5-#1 Gate-5-#4
(complete, Lynn Ludlow voice)
c. Even Wild Horses Gate-5-unissued
(complete)
ca. Even Wild Horses Gate-5-#1
(edition 1, missing act 3 scene 1,
Allan Louw voice)
cb. Even Wild Horses Gate-5-#4
(edition 2, missing act 1 scene 2,
Allan Louw voice)


Issues: Gate-5-#1 (12"LP) originally (1953) released as a
Harry-Partch-Trust-Fund-Edition.
Gate-5-#4 (12" LP) = Gate-5-#C, both as PLECTRA AND
PERCUSSION DANCES "SECOND EDITION".
Composers-Recordings-Inc.-CRI-193 as FROM THE MUSIC OF HARRY PARTCH.
Composers-Recordings-Inc.-ACS-6001 (cass) as MUSIC OF HARRY PARTCH.
Composers-Recordings-Inc.-CD-7000 (CD) as THE MUSIC OF HARRY PARTCH.



54-0000A - OEDIPUS

. .1954, Sausalito CA: The Gate-5 Ensemble: Jack Hohensee cond; Allan Low as Oedipus; Pierce Murphy as Chorus Spokesman; Sue Bell Starck as Jocaste; Harry Partch as Tiresia and Herdsman; Edward Bode as Priest; John King as Creon; Larry Dukore as Chorus; Ralph Cook as Corinthian Stranger; Gerd Stern as Messenger; Elizabeth Foster solo soprano voice; Barbara Hyde, Ginger McFadden, Joanna Nakamura, Mary Whittier, Pat Wright complement woman's voices.
Peter Divdeo, Julian Spear, Mario Ganio clarinets; Ellen Odner adapted cello; James Lenhart adapted string bass; Harry Partch adapted viola, adapted guitar II; Mario Ganio, Emily Kirby harmonic canon; Jerry Schimmel kithara, adapted guitar III; Marc Smith chromelodeon I; Pam Loughborough chromelodeon sub-bass; William Buck chromelodeon III; Ted Lenhart cloud chamber bowls; Richard Barnett diamond marimba; Allen Smith, Gene Vittori, Robert Garfias bass marimba, marimba eroica.

a. Oedipus (Version B) Gate-5-#2
aa. Oedipus (Version B) Gate-5-#5
(excerpts)

Issues: Gate-5-#2 (2 12"LP) originally (1954) released as a
Harry-Partch-Trust-Fund-Edition.
Gate-5-#5 as OEDIPUS "SECOND EDITION" = Gate-5-#D as OEDIPUS.




57-0300A - THE BEWITCHED


.3.1957, University of Illinois, Chicago IL: (following the premiere performance on 26.3.1957) John Garvey cond; Freda Schell as The Witch; William Olson as Chorus Leader; William Olson marimba eroica; Warren Smith bass marimba; Thomas Gauger bamboo marimba; Michael Donzella spoils of war; George Andrix cloud chamber bowls; Danlee Mitchell diamond marimba; Jack McKenzie surrogate kithara, gongs; Georgia Mayer harmonic canon (Castor); Barbara Grammar harmonic canon (Pollux); Sanford Berry kithara (right); Jan Bach kithara (left); Warren Birkett clarinet; Joseph Firrantello bassclarinet; Charles DeLaney piccolo; Carol Zuckerberg koto; Peter Farrell cello; Herbert Bielawa chromelodeon.

a. The Bewitched (Version B) Gate-5-#3
CRC-CD-7000

aa. The Bewitched (Version B) Gate-5-#E
(edition 1)
- Prologue: The Lost Musicians Gate-5-#E
Mix Magic
- Scene 3: The Romancing Of Gate-5-#E
Pathological Liar Comes
To An Inspired End
- Scene 4: A Soul Tormented By Gate-5-#E
Contemporary Music Finds A
Humanizing Alchemy
- Scene 8: A Court In Its Own Gate-5-#E
Contempt Rises To A Motherly
Apotheosis
- Scene 10: The Cognoscenti Are Gate-5-#E
Plunged Into A Demonic Descent CRI-CRI-193 CRI-ACS-6001
While At Cocktails (into)
- Epilogue 9:15 Gate-5-#E
CRI-CRI-193 CRI-ACS-6001

Issues: Gate-5-#3 = Composers-Recordings-Inc.-CRI-SD-304 (2 12"LP)
= Composers-Recordings-Inc.-CD-7001 (CD) as THE BEWITCHED.
Gate-5-#E (12" LP) as THE BEWITCHED.
Composers-Recordings-Inc.-CRI-193 as FROM THE MUSIC OF HARRY PARTCH.
Composers-Recordings-Inc.-ACS-6001 (cassette) MUSIC OF HARRY PARTCH.
Composers-Recordings-Inc.-CD-7000 (CD) as THE MUSIC OF HARRY PARTCH.







58-0000A - U.S.HIGHBALL

. .1958, Evanston IL: The Gate-5 Ensemble: Jack McKenzie cond; Thomas Coleman as Mac; Dick Borden, Melvin Britton, Michael Colgras, Elizabeth Gentry, Danlee Mitchell, Harry Partch, David Reid, Melvin Wildberger (unidentified instrumentation).

a. U.S.Highball (Version C) Gate-5-#6
Gate-5-#B
Bootleg-RIP-003

Issues: Gate-5-#6 (10" LP) as U.S.HIGHBALL, also announced as "The Third Harry Partch Subscription Fund".
Gate-5-#B (12" LP) as THE WAYWARD.
Bootleg-RIP-000 (unidentified album, info from B.Brüchig)






58-0000B - WINDSONG

. .1958, Evanston IL: Harry Partch (unidentified instruments in multitrack overdub recordings)

a. Windsong film-soundtrack
aa. Windsong (excerpts) Gate-5-#A
CRI-CRI-193 CRI-CD-7000

Issues: film soundtrack for Madeline Tourtelot's WINDSONG.
Gate-5-#A (12" LP) as THIRTY YEARS OF LYRICAL AND DRAMATIC MUSIC.
Composers-Recordings-Inc.-CRI-193 as FROM THE MUSIC OF HARRY PARTCH.
Composers-Recordings-Inc.-CD-7000 (CD) as THE MUSIC OF HARRY PARTCH.





58-0000C - ULYSSES AT THE EDGE

. .1958, Evanston IL: Gate-5 Ensemble: David Reid voice, baritone-sax; Dick Schleppe alto-sax; Danlee Mitchell bamboo-marimba, cloud-chamber bowls; Harry Partch diamond marimba, cloud-chamber bowls.

a. Ulysses At The Edge (Version C) Gate-5-#B Bootleg-RIP-003

Issues: Gate-5-#B (12" LP) as THE WAYWARD.
Bootleg-RIP-000 (unidentified album, info from B.Brüchig)




61-0000A - BLESS THIS HOME

. .1961, University of Illinois, Chicago IL: John Garvey cond; Harry Partch intoning voice, adapted viola; Vincenzo Prockelo oboe; Danlee Mitchell kithara, harmonic canon; Joseph Varhula mazda marimba.

a. Bless This Home Gate-5-#A

Issues: Gate-5-#A (12" LP) as THIRTY YEARS OF LYRICAL AND DRAMATIC MUSIC.



61-0000B - BY THE RIVERS OF BABYLON

. .1961, University of Illinois, Chicago IL: John Garvey cond; Harry Partch adapted viola; Nina Cutler voice; Evelyn Garvey chromelodeon; Lyndel Davis kithara;

a. By The Rivers Of Babylon Gate-5-#A

Issues: Gate-5-#A (12" LP) as THIRTY YEARS OF LYRICAL AND DRAMATIC MUSIC.



61-0400A - REVELATION AT THE COURTHOUSE PARK

.4.1961, University of Illinois, Chicago IL: (following the premiere on 11.4.1961) The Gate-5 Ensemble: John Garvey cond; Jeffrey Foote as Sony/Pentheus; Freda Pierce as Mom/Agave; John Bert as Dion/Dionysus; Elizabeth Hiller as Korypheus; Coryl Crandall as Cadmus; Joel Klein as Herdsman; unidentified chorus and unientified instrumentalists.

a. Revelation at The Courthouse Park
(complete)
aa. Revelation At The Courthouse Park Gate-5-#F
(edition 1)
- Chorus One (complete)
- Chorus Three (from "Ishbu Kubu" almost to the end)
- from Scene 1: Hymn To Dionysus
"Holy Joy And Get Religion"
- from Scene 2: Hymn To Dionysus
"What The Majority Believes"
and "Glory To The Male Womb"
- end of Scene 3 and complete Chorus Four
- end of Scene 4 and Coda

Issues: Gate-5-#F (12" LP) as REVELATION AT THE COURTHOUSE PARK



61-0400B - ROTATE THE BODY IN ALL ITS PLANES

.4.1961, University of Illinois, Chicago IL: The Gate-5 Ensemble: John Garvey cond; unidentified voices, chorus, and unientified instrumentalists (actually the same ensemble as for 61-0400A).

a. Rotate The Body In All Its Planes
1. Fanfare Gate-5-#G
2. Free Exercise ---
3. Side Horse ---
4. Parallel Bars
5. Still Rings
6. Horizontal Bar Gate-5-#G
7. Tutti ---
8. Mat Tumbling ---
9. Trampoline ---
10. Salute ---

Issues: Gate-5-#G (12" LP) as WATER! WATER! / ROTATE THE BODY IN ALL ITS PLANES.



Notes: Parts 4 and 5 from -a. not included on Gate-5-#G.
Gate-5-#G was released in 1962; by January 1963, Harry Partch had withdrawn this recording.


62-0300A - WATER! WATER!

.3.1962, University of Illinois, Chicago IL: (following the premiere performances on 9.-10.3.1962) The Gate-5 Ensemble: John Garvey as Singer, Speaker, Jazzman, Alderman (in Fugue on "No"), cond; Scott Meland as Arthur, Indian Runners, Aldermen, Jazzmen; Alan Gossard as Phoebus The Disk Jockey and Emcee; Paul Cooper as Producer; Patrick Day as Clarence; Steven Allen as Aquarius; Jane Daily as Singer From Spoleto, Wanda The Water Witch; Stephen Farish as Water Crier, Alderman in Fugue; Nina Cutler as Water Cries; Cynthia Schwartz as Her Honor; Kathleen Roche as Visitor From Alabama; Carolyn Burrill as Pura; Heln Curley, Dianne Layden, Jane Daily, Kathleen Roche as Ladie'S Auxiliaries; Lynette Barry, Janet Campbell, Elizabeth Coney, Geraldine Jones, Carolyn Burrill as Witches.
Eddie Allen clarinet; John Ginther bass-clarinet; Cecil Bridgewater tp; Uni Thomas, Mark Cleghorn violin; Howard Osborn viola; Elizabeth Krone cello; Edward Krolick bass; Donald Andrus chromelodeon; William Parsons percussions; Thomas Wardlow, Alan Davis castor&pollux; Michael Ranta surrogate-kithara; Lyndel Davis kithara; Thomas Hall spoils of war; Danlee Mitchell diamond marimba; Michael Combs bass-marimba; Arthur Schildbach marimba eroica; Max Murray soprano-sax; Aaron Johnson tuba; Melaniusz Gienko trombone.

a. Water! Water! (original)

aa. Water! Water! (excerpts) Gate-5-#G
- Opening Prologue
- Second Prologue
- Fourth Prologue: Water Cries:
"O What Could He Do But Pick Her Up?" (Jazzmen)
- Sixth Prologue: Water Criers: "Witch For Water"
(Witches); Fugue on "No" (Aldermen);
"Wanda The Water Witch" (Jazzmen)
- Seventh Prologue: "Santa Mystiana The
Beautiful" (Her Honro and Conductor)
- Eighth Prologue: Water Criers; visitors from strange
and foreign places (the Singer From Spoleto,
an Alabama Mockingbird); "Dear Old Alabma"
(Visitor, Conductor, and Choruses)
- Ninth Prologue: "We Really Love Each Other.
In 43 Whines To The Octave"
(Aldermen, Ladies Auxiliaries, Jazzmen, Witches)
- Tenth Prologue: Water Criers: The baseball game
is called on account of rain.
- Final Prologue: "To Hell With The Game! Rain! Rain!"
and "The Highest Goodness Is Like Water!" (Choruses)
- Opening Epilogue
- Third Epilogue: "Ghosts, Undele, Oomph!" (Ghosts)
- Fourth Epilogue: Water Criers: We'll Sue You For
A Milion!" (Her Honor and Jazzmen)
- Fifth Epilogue: "Do-Lo-Do-Lo-Doom!"
(Aldermen, Ladies, and Ghosts)
- Seventh Epilogue: Phoebus bids farewell: the Indian
Runners bring news; "Gone, Man, Gone!" (ensemble)
- Eight Epilogue: Water Criers: the Producer finally
silences the instruments.

Issues: Gate-5-#G (12" LP) as WATER! WATER! /
ROTATE THE BODY IN ALL ITS PLANES.

Notes: Gate-5-#G was released in 1962; by January 1963, Harry Partch had
withdrawn this recording.



64/66-0000 - AND ON THE SEVENTH DAY PETALS FELL IN PETALUMA

1964-1966 ???), Petaluma CA and Los Angeles CA: The Gate-5 Ensemble: Harry Partch cond; Danlee Mitchell, Michael Ranta, Emil Richards, Wallace Snow, Stephen Tosh (unidentified instrumentation).

a. And On The Seventh Day Petals Fell CRI-CRI-213
In Petaluma 34:00 CRI-ACS-6001 CRI-CD-7000

Issues: Composers-Recordings-Inc.-CRI-213 (12" LP) as AND ON THE SEVENTH DAY PETALS FELL IN PETALUMA.
Composers-Recordings-Inc.-ACS-6001 (cassette) as MUSIC OF HARRY PARTCH.
Composers-Recordings-Inc.-CD-7000 (CD) as THE MUSIC OF HARRY PARTCH.



68-0900A - THE WORLD OF HARRY PARTCH

.9.1968, New York NY: Danlee Mitchell cond; Harry Partch, Frank Berberich, Gary Coleman, Dean Drummond, Richard Lapore, John McAllister, Robert McCormick, Todd Miller, Emil Richards, Michael Ranta, Linda Schell (unidentified instrumentation).

a. Daphne Of The Dunes Columbia-MS7207



68-0900B - THE WORLD OF HARRY PARTCH

.9.1968, New York NY: Danlee Mitchell cond; Harry Partch, John Stannard voice; John McAllister, Danlee Mitchell, Michael Ranta, Linda Schell (unidentified instrumentation).

a. Barstow (Version B) Columbia-MS7207


68-0900C - THE WORLD OF HARRY PARTCH

.9.1968, New York NY: Danlee Mitchell cond; Gary Coleman, Dean Drummond, John McAllister, Danlee Mitchell,Emil Richards, Michael Ranta, Linda Schell (unidentified instrumentation).

a. Castor And Pollux Columbia-MS7207

Issues: Columbia-MS7207 (12" LP) = Columbia MQ31227 (12" LP) as THE WORLD OF HARRY PARTCH.

Notes:


69-0100A - DELUSION OF THE FURY

.1.1969, Los Angeles CA: (following the premiere performances 9.-12.1.1969) Danlee Mitchell cond; Harry Partch adapted viola, harmonic canon I, voice; Linda Schell, Danlee Mitchell chromelodeon I, kithara II, gourd tree, cone gong; John McAllister, Danlee Mitchell blo-boy, chromelodeon II; Linda Schell adapted guitar, harmonic canon II, diamond marimba, bass marimba, koto, mazda marimba, quadrangularis reversum; Danlee Mitchell cloud-chamber bowls, spoils of war, marimba eroica, surrogate kithara, bamboo marimba, crychord, zymo-xyl, eucal blossom, harmonic canon III; John Glasier, Jonathan Glasier, Linda Schell, Danlee Mitchell, John McAllister (additional hand instruments: Bolivian double flute, ugumbo, waving drum, rotating drum, belly drum, bamboo & eucalyptus claves.

a. Delusion Of The Fury Columbia-M2-30576

Issues: Columbia-M2-30576 (2 12" LP) DELUSION OF THE FURY; this issue
includes one more additional record as THE INSTRUMENTS OF HARRY PARTCH.



71-0000A - ULYSEES DEPARTS FROM THE EDGE OF THE WORLD

. .1971, San Diego CA: Danlee Mitchell diamond marimba; John Grimes bamboo marimba, cloud-chamber bowls; Linda Schell bass marimba, cloud-chamber bowls; Larry Livingston baritone-sax, speaker; Jack Logan trumpet.

a. Ulysses Departs From The Orion-ORS-7294
Edge Of The World

Issues: Orion-ORS-7294 (12" LP) as NEW MUSIC FOR TRUMPET; this album
includes additional recordings of compositions by Stravinsky, Ahlstrom, Erickson, Gaburo.




72-0000A - THE DREAMER THAT REMAINS

. .1972, San Diego CA: Jack Logan cond; Harry Partch intoning voice, narrator; Mark Hoffman as Brash Musician; Danlee Mitchell as Second Musician; Jon Szanto as The Voice; Katherin Bjornson, Alexis Glattly, Michael Crosier chorus voices; Ron Caruso gourd tree; David Dunn adapted viola; Dennis Dunn, Jonathan Glasier new harmonic canon I; Jean-Charles Francoix quadrangularis reversum; Randy Hoffmann eucal blossom, mbira bass dyad; Danlee Mitchell new kithara I; Emil Richards cloud-chamber bowls; Jon Szanto ektara, bamboo marimba II; Duane Thomas harmonic canon II; Francis Thumm chromelodeon.

a. The Dreamer That Remains NWR-NW-214

Issues: New-World-Records-NW-214 as HARRY PARTCH / JOHN CAGE; also includes Cage's "Music of Changes pts. 3+4".




87-1012 - REVELATION IN THE COURTHOUSE PARK

12.10.1987, Great Hall, University of the Arts, Philadelphia PA: Danlee Mitchell cond; Suzanne Costalos as Mom/Agave; Christopher Durham as Sonny/Penthouse; Obba Babatunde as Dion/Dionysus; Edward Earle as Hobo and Tiresias; Matthew Kimbrough as Vendor and Herdsman; Casper Roos as Mayor and Cadmus; Oliva Williams as Korypheus;Rozwill Young as Cop and Guard; chorus of woman: Mary Ellen Grant, Sylvia Byrd-Leitner, Anne Lewis, Cynthia Marie Priopeau, Shoshana S.Shay, Kathleen L.Warner; chorus of men: Frank Berry, Floyd Wesley Green III, Todd Gross, Milo Morris.
Augusta Cheshire, Randy Hoffman marimba eroica; Robert Patterson, Robert Zollman bass marimba; Jon Szanto, Bruce Shaffin cloud-chamber bowls; Howard Johnson, Bill Kerrigan bamboo marimba; Jon Szanto spoils of war; Linda Shell-Pluth diamond marimba; William Ghezzi kithara I; Anne Sullivan kithara II; Carolyn Mather harmonic canon I; Karen McCabe harmonic canon II; Russell Ferrara adapted guitar I; William Newman adapted guitar II; Howard Levitsky chromelodeon I; Andrea Clarefield chromelodeon II; Ron Lipscomb cello; Steve Tanzer, Mary Burke piccolo; Tom Elliott, Scott vanPatter trombone; Bill Hughes, Scott Marino, Nancy Dowlin trumpet; Brian Brown tuba; Calvin Little bass; Linda Kade drum.

a. Revelation In The Courthouse Park Tomato-2696552

Issues: Tomato-2696552 (2 CD) as THE AMERICAN MUSIC THEATER FESTIVAL
PRODUCTION OF HARRY PARTCH'S REVELATION IN THE COURTHOUSE PARK.




2. alphanumerical listing of issues

Bootleg-RIP-000 (uat) 00-0000A, 58-0000A, 58-0000C
(unidentified album, info from B.Brchig)
Columbia MQ31227 (12"LP, 1972) THE WORLD OF HARRY PARTCH. 68-0900A/B/C (quadrophonic equivalent of Columbia-MS7207)
Columbia-MS7207 (12"LP, 1969) THE WORLD OF HARRY PARTCH. 68-0900A/B/C (stereophonic equivalent of Columbia-MQ31227)
Columbia-M2-30576 (2 12"LP, 1971) DELUSION OF THE FURY. 69-0100A
(this issue includes one more additional record as
THE INSTRUMENTS OF HARRY PARTCH.)
Composers-Recordings-Inc.-ACS-6001 (cassette, 1985) MUSIC OF HARRY PARTCH.
50-0000A, 57-0300A, 53-0000A, 64/66-0000
Composers-Recordings-Inc.-CD-7000 (CD, 1989) as THE MUSIC OF HARRY PARTCH.
50-0000A, 53-0000A, 57-0300A, 58-0000B, 64/66-0000
Composers-Recordings-Inc.-CD-7001 (CD, 1990) THE BEWITCHED.
57-0300A
Composers-Recordings-Inc.-CRI-193 (12"LP, 1964) FROM THE MUSIC OF
HARRY PARTCH. 50-0000A,53-0000A, 57-0300A, 58-0000B,
Composers-Recordings-Inc.-CRI-213 (12"LP, 1967) AND ON THE SEVENTH
DAY PETALS FELL IN PETALUMA. 64/66-0000
Composers-Recordings-Inc.-CRI-SD-304 (2 12"LP, 1973) THE BEWITCHED.
57-0300A
film soundtrack for Madeline Tourtelot's WINDSONG. 58-0000B
Gate-5-#1 (12"LP) PLECTRA AND PERCUSSION DANCES. 53-0000A
(originally (1953) released as a Harry-Partch-Trust-Fund-Edition.)
Gate-5-#2 (2 12"LP) OEDIPUS. 54-0000A (originally (1954) released as a
Harry-Partch-Trust-Fund-Edition.)
Gate-5-#3 (2 12"LP, 1957) THE BEWITCHED. 57-0300A
Gate-5-#4 (12"LP, 1957) PLECTRA AND PERCUSSION DANCES "SECOND EDITION".
53-0000A
Gate-5-#5 (12"LP, 1957) OEDIPUS "SECOND EDITION". 54-0000A
Gate-5-#6 (10"LP, 1958) U.S.HIGHBALL. 58-0000A
(also announced as "The Third Harry Partch Subscription Fund".)
Gate-5-#A (12" LP, 1962) THIRTY YEARS OF LYRICAL AND DRAMATIC MUSIC.
47-0000A, 58-0000B, 61-0000A, 61-0000B
Gate-5-#B (12"LP, 1962) THE WAYWARD. 50-0000A, 58-0000A, 58-0000C
Gate-5-#C (12"LP, 1962) PLECTRA AND PERCUSSION DANCES "SECOND EDITION".
53-0000A
Gate-5-#D (12"LP, 1962) OEDIPUS. 54-0000A
Gate-5-#E (12"LP, 1962) THE BEWITCHED. 57-0300A
Gate-5-#F (12"LP, 1962) REVELATION AT THE COURTHOUSE PARK. 61-0400A
Gate-5-#G (12"LP, 1962) WATER! WATER!/ROTATE THE BODY IN ALL ITS PLANES.
61-0400B, 62-0300A (released in 1962; by January 1963, Harry Partch
had withdrawn this recording.)
GME-Recordings-#??? (two 12" 78-rpm-disks) TEN SETTINGS OF LYRICS BY LI PO
47-0000A (privately issued by Warren E.Gilson, Madison WI (1947))
GME-Recordings-#??? (three 12" 78-rpm-disks) U.S.HIGHBALL
46-0000A (privately issued by Warren E.Gilson, Madison WI (1946))
LCM-Records-#??? (five 12" 78-rpm-disks) (uat) 50-0000A
(issued on a non-for-profit basis by Lauriston C.Marshall,
Berkeley CA (1951, reissued 1953))
Mode-CD18 (va) NEWBAND. 50-0000A (includes other recordings not related
to Harry Partch's works.)
New-World-Records-NW-214 (12"LP, 1978) HARRY PARTCH/JOHN CAGE.
47-0000A, 50-0000A, 72-0000A (also includes Cage's "Music of
Changes pts. 3+4")
Newport-Classics-NPD85526 (CD) (va) MICROTONAL PIANO 00-0000B
(includes other material not related to Harry Partch's works.)
(info from B.Brchig)
Orion-ORS-7294 (12"LP, 1972) (va) NEW MUSIC FOR TRUMPET. 71-0000A
(this album includes additional recordings of compositions by
Stravinsky, Ahlstrom, Erickson, Gaburo.)
Tomato-2696552 (2 CD, 1989) THE AMERICAN MUSIC THEATER FESTIVAL PRODUCTION
OF HARRY PARTCH'S REVELATION IN THE COURTHOUSE PARK. 87-1012

3. biographical data

01-0624 Oakland CA: Harry Partch *
04-0000 Tucson AZ
04-0000 Benson AZ
13-0000 Albuqzerque NM
14-0000 writing music; eventually (31-0000 destroyed)
19-0000 Hig School Grade (Albuquerque NM) father +
20-0000 Los Angeles CA mother +
20-0000 USCLA School Of Music Los Angeles CA
22-0000 Sacramento CA / San Francisco Bay Area
28-0000 building the first adapted viola
30-0000 New Orleans LA
31-0000 San Francisco CA
33-0000 Los Angeles CA
33-0000 New York NY
34-0000 London / Dublin / Malta / Italy
35-0000 building the adadpted guitar; starting Kithara I
36-0000 Phoenix AZ
38-0000 Los Angeles CA: building Kithara I
39-0000 California (various)
41-0000 Chicago IL: building first Chromelodeon I
41-0000 Barstow Carmel CA: rebuilding Adapted Guitar I lives in California: Carmel, Gualala, Oakland
42-0000 New York NY / Ithaca NY / Chappaqua / Boston MA
43-0000 Guggenheim Fellowship lives in California: Carmel, Gualala, Oakland
44-0000 Guggenheim Fellowship lives in California: Carmel, Gualala, Oakland
44-0000 in residence at University of Wisconsin, Madison WI
45-0000 building Harmonic Canon I, Adapted Guitar II
46-0000 building Diamond Marimba, another variant of Chromelodeon (I or II?)
47-0000 U.S.Highball. The Letter.
48-0000 Southern California (various)
49-0000 publication of Genesis of a Music Madison WI: building another Chromelodeon I
49-0000 Gualala CA: modification of Diamond Marimba,
50-0000 building Bass Marimba, building Cloud-Chamber Bowls (Pyrex glass from University of California, Berkeley CA) first building of Spoils of War
50-0000 Guggenheim Fellowship
51-0000 Oedipus Rex; first performance at Mills College, Oakland CA
51-0000 Oakland CA: building Marimba Eroica, rebuilding Bass-Marimba
53-0000 Sausalito CA: building Harmonic Canon II (Castor & Polux) "Gate 5" shipyard studio
54-0000 Sausalito CA: building Kithara II, Chromelodeon II, rebuilding Marimba Eroica
55-0000 building Boo I
55-0000 The Bewitched commissioned by Fromm Foundation (Chicago), and University of Illinois, Urbana IL.
56-0000 Urbana Champaign IL
57-0000 first performance of The Bewitched
57-0000 Yellow Springs OH: rebuilding Boo I
58-0000 Evanston: building Bloboy
59-0000 Urbana Champaign IL: building Crychord; rebuilding Kithara I, Harmonic Canon I, Chromelodeon II
60-0000 Urbana Champaign IL: remake of Marimba Eroica
60-0000 in Petaluma CA
60-0000 Revelation in the Courthouse Park
61-0000 Petaluma CA (chicken hatchery studio)
62-0000 Water, Water
63-0000 Petaluma CA: remake/modification of Marimba Eroica, rebuilding Boo I
64-0000 Del Mar CA
64-0000 Van Nuys CA
65-0000 Venice CA
66-0000 San Diego CA
67-0000 Solana Beach CA
68-0000 Los Angeles CA
69-0000 Encinitas CA
70-0000 La Jolla CA
71-0000 Encinitas CA: modification of Bass Marimba
73-0000 San Diego CA; second printing of Genesis of a Music
74-0903 San Diego CA: Harry Partch +

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