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Steve Reich : Drumming for Eight Small Tuned Drums, Three Marimbas, Three Glockenspiels, Male and Female Voices, Whistling, and Piccolo
  • vinyl record
  • pictorial wrappers
  • offset-printed
  • black-and-white
  • 4 vol. : 31.5 x 31.2 cm. (album sleeve, closed) ; 35.3 x 27.9 cm. (musical score, folded) ; 2 12-inch vinyl LP records
  • 4 vol. : [4] pp. ; [30] pp. ; 2 12-inch vinyl LP records
  • edition size 500
  • signed and numbered

Steve Reich : Drumming for Eight Small Tuned Drums, Three Marimbas, Three Glockenspiels, Male and Female Voices, Whistling, and Piccolo

Steve Reich, Art Murphy, Steve Chambers, Ross Hartenberger, James Preiss, Jon Gibson, Joan La Barbara, Judy Sherman, Jay Clayton, Ben Harms, Gary Burke, Frank Maefsky, James Ogden, Maureen Crowe, Peter Moore

Double album vinyl record with illustrated gatefold sleeve and a folded [30] page musical score of Steve Reich's "Drumming for Eight Small Tuned Drums, Three Marimbas, Three Glockenspiels, Male and Female Voices, Whistling, and Piccolo. ... [details]

New York / Los Angeles, NY / CA: John Gibson / Multiples Inc.,
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$950.00
Condition:  Fine. Complete with booklet, colophon and both records. Booklet / poster still sealed in publisher's shrink-wrap. Records are unplayed and have mild warping. LP jacket is pristine, as issued.
[Object # 23515]
Angela Flowers Gallery : 35th Anniversary Exhibition 2005
  • exhibition catalogue
  • wrappers
  • offset-printed
  • glue bound
  • color
  • 29.5 x 21 cm.
  • 87 pp.
  • edition size 1500
  • unsigned and unnumbered
  • ISBN 1902945492

Angela Flowers Gallery : 35th Anniversary Exhibition 2005

Robert Heller, Glenys Barton, Glen Baxter, George Blacklock, Boyd and Evans, Edward Burtynsky, Stephen Chambers, Bernard Cohen, Ken Currie, Amanda Faulkner, John Gibbons, Alan Gouk, Friedemann Hahn, David Hepher, Nicola Hicks, Derek Hirst, Carole Hodgson, Peter Howson, Patrick Hughes, Neil Jeffries, Lucy Jones, John Keane, Michael Kidner, John Kirby, Henry Kondracki, Tim Lewis, John Loker, John McLean, Jiro Osuga, Eduardo Paolozzi, Freya Payne, Tom Phillips, Steven Pyke, Carol Robertson, Tai-Shan Schierenberg, Jack Smith, Richard Smith, Trevor Sutton, Renny Tait, Brian Wall, Gary Wragg

Exhibition catalogue published in conjunction with show held on the 35th anniversary of the Angela Flowers Gallery. Introduction by Robert Heller. Artists include Glenys Barton, Glen Baxter, George Blacklock, Boyd and Evans, Edward Burtynsky, Stephen Chambers, Bernard Cohen, Ken Currie, Amanda Faulkner, John Gibbons, Alan Gouk, Friedemann Hahn, David Hepher, Nicola Hicks, Derek Hirst, Carole Hodgson, Peter Howson, Patrick Hughes, Neil Jeffries, Lucy Jones, John Keane, Michael Kidner, John Kirby, Henry Kondracki, Tim Lewis, John Loker, John McLean, Jiro Osuga, Eduardo Paolozzi, Freya Payne, Tom Phillips, Steven Pyke, Carol Robertson, Tai-Shan Schierenberg, Jack Smith, Richard Smith, Trevor Sutton, Renny Tait, Brian Wall and Gary Wragg. [details]

London, United Kingdom: Angela Flowers Gallery,
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$27.41
Condition:  New
$10.00
Condition:  Used
Changing Visions : Aperçus Divers
  • exhibition catalogue
  • non-standard binding
  • offset-printed
  • staple bound
  • other special feature[s]
  • black-and-white & color
  • 23 x 29 cm.
  • 59+ pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered

Changing Visions : Aperçus Divers

R.W. Billingsley, Karen Wilkin, Roald Nasgaard, Iain Baxter, Tom Benner, Claude Breeze, Jack Bush, Jack Chambers, Alex Colville, Reta Cowley, Greg Curnoe, Paterson Ewen, Ivan Eyre, Murray Favro, Kay M. Graham, Greg Hardy, Gershon Iskowitz, Dorothy Knowles, William Kurelek, Jean-Paul Lemieux, Ernest Lindner, Robin Mackenzie, Joan Willsher-Martel, R.L. Myren, Toni Onley, Sylvia Scott Palchinski, Bruce Parsons, Christopher Pratt, Don Porch, Reinhard Reitzenstein, Goodridge Roberts, Otto Donald Rogers, Jack Shadbolt, Robert Sinclair, Gar Smith, Gordon Smith, Michael Snow, W.L. Stevenson, Takao Tanabe, Tony Urquhart, Bill Vazan, Arthur Villeneuve, Joyce Wieland, Alex Wyse

Exhibition catalcogue published in conjunction with show held February 13 - March 21, 1976. Traveled April 7 - May 9, 1976, The Art Gallery of Windsor, Ontario; May 26 - June 27, 1976, J, Saidye Bronfman Centre, Montreal; July 7 - August 8, 1976, De Cordova and Dana Museum, Lincoln, Massachusetts; September 1 - October 3, 1976, Edmonton Art Gallery, Alberta; October 20 - November 28, 1976, The Winnipeg Art Gallery, Manitoba; December 16, 1976 - January 23, 1977, Glenbow-Alberta Institute, Alberta; February 2 - February 25, 1977, Burnaby Art Gallery, Vancouver; and March 18 - April 17, 1977, London Public Library and Art Museum, Ontario. ... [details]

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Ear : Magazine Of New Music
  • periodical
  • pictorial wrappers
  • offset-printed
  • staple bound
  • black-and-white
  • 21 x 27 cm.
  • 66 pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered

Ear : Magazine Of New Music

Multiples / Vol. 14, No. 6 (September 1989)

David Raphael Israel, Jody Dalton, Susanne McElfresh, Robert Hicks, Kazue Sawai, Jenni Lau, Robert Weisberg, Henry Lowengard, Lois V Vierk, Robert Een, Bertram Turetzky, Lona Foote, Glenn Branca, Carle VP Groome, Wendy Chambers, David Simons, Howard Mandel, Steve Goldstein, Mark Lockett, Kent Devereaux, Sarah Montague, Gregory Whitehead, Tony Coulter, Robert Hambrecht, Julia Loktev, Christof Migone, Lauren Oliver, Jason Weiss, Brooke Wentz, Kevin Whitehead, Brian Zuraw, Perry-Lynn Moffitt, Charles S. Russell, Neil Strauss, David Reck

Magazine of New Music. Essays: "Out of Many, One," by David Raphael Israel; "Saxophone Quartets: Covering the Basses," by Suzanne McElfresh; "Urban Sax," by Robert Hicks; "Kazue Sawai," interview by Jenni Lau; "Not Just Raga Radio: Community Stations in India," by Robert Weisberg; "Methods for Multiples," by Henry Lowengard; "Three of a Kind: Lois V Vierk, Robert Een, and Bertram Turetzky," by David Raphael Israel and Lona Foote; "Glenn Branca: Rock, Rock, Rockin' on Heaven's Door," by Carle VP Groome; "Wendy Chambers: Big Deal," interview by David Simons; "Private Ear," by Howard Mandel; "Minnesota Spring Sampler," by Steve Goldstein; "La Mama's New Music Festival," by David Raphael Israel; "Mad Dogs and Accordians: The Ukelele Orchestra of Great Britain and Accordions Go Crazy," by Mark Lockett; "The UOGB Live," by Kent Devereaux; "Eareviews: Radio," by Sarah Montague and Gregory Whitehead; "Eareviews: Performances," by Kent Devereaux and David Simons; "Eareviews: Records," by Tony Coulter, Robert Hambrecht, Julia Loktev, Christof Migone, Lauren Oliver, Jason Weiss, Brooke Wentz, Kevin Whitehead, and Brian Zuraw; "Eareviews: CDs," by Kent Devereaux, Perry-Lynn Moffitt, and Brooke Wentz; "Eareviews: Cassettes," by Charles S. ... [details]

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The Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation : 2001 Awards in Painting, Sculpture, Printmaking, Photography, Video and Craft Media
  • exhibition catalogue
  • wrappers
  • offset-printed
  • glue bound
  • color
  • 28 x 21 cm.
  • 84 pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered
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