New York Counterpoint

~ Release by Richard Stoltzman (see all versions of this release, 2 available)

Tracklist

CD 1
#TitleArtistRatingLength
1Sky
recording engineer:
Larry Swist (in 1986-07)
assistant engineer:
Chris Bubacz
producer:
Jeremy Wall
double bass [bass]:
Eddie Gomez (jazz double bassist) (in 1986-07)
riq [riqq]:
Glen Velez (in 1986-07)
synthesizer:
Jeremy Wall (in 1986-07)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
RCA/Ariola International (not for release label use! precursor of Bertelsmann Music Group aka BMG, 1985–87) (in 1987)
recorded at:
Bear Tracks Studio in Suffern, New York, United States (in 1986-07)
recording of:
Sky (in 1986-07)
composer:
Bill Douglas (Canadian musician & composer)
Bill Douglas4:07
2Pie Jesu
recording engineer:
Larry Swist (in 1986-07)
assistant engineer:
Chris Bubacz
producer:
Jeremy Wall
double bass [bass]:
Eddie Gomez (jazz double bassist) (in 1986-07)
synthesizer:
Jeremy Wall (in 1986-07)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
RCA/Ariola International (not for release label use! precursor of Bertelsmann Music Group aka BMG, 1985–87) (in 1987)
recorded at:
Bear Tracks Studio in Suffern, New York, United States (in 1986-07)
instrumental recording of:
Requiem: Pie Jesu (in 1986-07)
lyricist and composer:
Andrew Lloyd Webber (English composer and impresario of musical theatre)
publisher:
MCA Music Ltd., The Really Useful Company Limited and The Really Useful Music Co. Ltd. (not for release label use!)
part of:
Requiem
Andrew Lloyd Webber4:03
3Feast
recording engineer:
Larry Swist (in 1986-07)
assistant engineer:
Chris Bubacz
producer:
Jeremy Wall
caxixi, frame drum [pandero], percussion [wood bowl], shakers and triangle:
Glen Velez (in 1986-07)
double bass [bass]:
Eddie Gomez (jazz double bassist) (in 1986-07)
solo synthesizer:
Bill Douglas (Canadian musician & composer) (in 1986-07)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
RCA/Ariola International (not for release label use! precursor of Bertelsmann Music Group aka BMG, 1985–87) (in 1987)
recorded at:
Bear Tracks Studio in Suffern, New York, United States (in 1986-07)
recording of:
Feast (in 1986-07)
composer:
Bill Douglas (Canadian musician & composer)
Bill Douglas4:52
4Song for Catherine
recording engineer:
Larry Swist (in 1986-07)
assistant engineer:
Chris Bubacz
producer:
Jeremy Wall
double bass [bass]:
Eddie Gomez (jazz double bassist) (in 1986-07)
synthesizer:
Jeremy Wall (in 1986-07)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
RCA/Ariola International (not for release label use! precursor of Bertelsmann Music Group aka BMG, 1985–87) (in 1987)
recorded at:
Bear Tracks Studio in Suffern, New York, United States (in 1986-07)
recording of:
Song for Catherine (in 1986-07)
composer:
Bill Douglas (Canadian musician & composer)
Bill Douglas3:03
5The Circular Word
recording engineer:
Larry Swist (in 1986-07)
assistant engineer:
Chris Bubacz
producer:
Jeremy Wall
caxixi, rammana [ramana] and thon:
Glen Velez (in 1986-07)
double bass [bass]:
Eddie Gomez (jazz double bassist) (in 1986-07)
synthesizer:
Jeremy Wall (in 1986-07)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
RCA/Ariola International (not for release label use! precursor of Bertelsmann Music Group aka BMG, 1985–87) (in 1987)
recorded at:
Bear Tracks Studio in Suffern, New York, United States (in 1986-07)
recording of:
The Circular Word (in 1986-07)
composer:
Jeremy Wall
Jeremy Wall4:23
6Goodbye (in memory of Benny)
recording engineer:
Larry Swist (in 1986-07)
assistant engineer:
Chris Bubacz
producer:
Jeremy Wall
double bass [bass]:
Eddie Gomez (jazz double bassist) (in 1986-07)
synthesizer:
Jeremy Wall (in 1986-07)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
RCA/Ariola International (not for release label use! precursor of Bertelsmann Music Group aka BMG, 1985–87) (in 1987)
recorded at:
Bear Tracks Studio in Suffern, New York, United States (in 1986-07)
instrumental recording of:
Goodbye (in 1986-07)
lyricist and composer:
Gordon Jenkins
publisher:
Devalbo Inc, La Salle Music Publishers, Inc., LaSalle Music, MCA Music (not for release label use! this is a music publisher, ASCAP-affiliated), Peermusic (UK) Limited, Southern Music Publishing Co., Inc. ((ASCAP) tradename Peermusic), Universal Music Corp. (USA, affiliated with ASCAP) and WB Music Corp. (1929-2019)
Gordon Jenkins4:23
7G Song
recording engineer:
Larry Swist (in 1986-07)
assistant engineer:
Chris Bubacz
producer:
Jeremy Wall
double bass [bass]:
Eddie Gomez (jazz double bassist) (in 1986-07)
piano:
Jeremy Wall (in 1986-07)
tambourine [pandereta]:
Glen Velez (in 1986-07)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
RCA/Ariola International (not for release label use! precursor of Bertelsmann Music Group aka BMG, 1985–87) (in 1987)
recorded at:
Bear Tracks Studio in Suffern, New York, United States (in 1986-07)
recording of:
G Song (in 1986-07)
composer:
Sir Richard Rodney Bennett (English composer)
Richard Rodney Bennett4:58
8In the Morning
recording engineer:
Larry Swist (in 1986-07)
assistant engineer:
Chris Bubacz
producer:
Jeremy Wall
double bass [bass]:
Eddie Gomez (jazz double bassist) (in 1986-07)
synthesizer:
Jeremy Wall (in 1986-07)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
RCA/Ariola International (not for release label use! precursor of Bertelsmann Music Group aka BMG, 1985–87) (in 1987)
recorded at:
Bear Tracks Studio in Suffern, New York, United States (in 1986-07)
instrumental recording of:
In the Mornin', S. 441 (in 1986-07)
lyricist and composer:
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist)
arranger:
Charles Ives (composer) (in 1929)
part of:
A Descriptive Catalogue of the Music of Charles Ives (number: S. 441)
Charles Ives2:34
9Viderunt omnes
recording engineer:
Larry Swist (in 1986-07)
assistant engineer:
Chris Bubacz
producer:
Jeremy Wall
double bass [bass]:
Eddie Gomez (jazz double bassist) (in 1986-07)
synthesizer:
Jeremy Wall (in 1986-07)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
RCA/Ariola International (not for release label use! precursor of Bertelsmann Music Group aka BMG, 1985–87) (in 1987)
recorded at:
Bear Tracks Studio in Suffern, New York, United States (in 1986-07)
recording of:
Viderunt omnes (in 1986-07)
lyricist:
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist)
composer:
Pérotin (European composer, fl. c. 1200 CE)
is based on:
Viderunt omnes
Pérotin2:09
10Serenity
recording engineer:
Larry Swist (in 1986-07)
assistant engineer:
Chris Bubacz
producer:
Jeremy Wall
double bass [bass]:
Eddie Gomez (jazz double bassist) (in 1986-07)
synthesizer:
Jeremy Wall (in 1986-07)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
RCA/Ariola International (not for release label use! precursor of Bertelsmann Music Group aka BMG, 1985–87) (in 1987)
recorded at:
Bear Tracks Studio in Suffern, New York, United States (in 1986-07)
instrumental recording of:
Serenity, S. 347 (in 1986-07)
lyricist:
John Greenleaf Whittier
composer:
Charles Ives (composer)
part of:
A Descriptive Catalogue of the Music of Charles Ives (number: S. 347)
Charles Ives2:54
11New York Counterpoint
recording engineer:
Larry Swist (in 1986-07)
assistant engineer:
Chris Bubacz
producer:
Jeremy Wall
bass clarinet:
Richard Stoltzman (clarinetist) (in 1986-07)
double bass [bass]:
Eddie Gomez (jazz double bassist) (in 1986-07)
synthesizer:
Jeremy Wall (in 1986-07)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
RCA/Ariola International (not for release label use! precursor of Bertelsmann Music Group aka BMG, 1985–87) (in 1987)
recorded at:
Bear Tracks Studio in Suffern, New York, United States (in 1986-07)
recording of:
New York Counterpoint (in 1986-07)
composer:
Steve Reich (American composer) (in 1985)
Steve Reich11:39

Credits

Release

art direction:Ria Lewerke (art direction, design)
mastering:Robert C. Ludwig (mastering engineer)
bass clarinet, clarinet and E-flat clarinet:Richard Stoltzman (clarinetist) (in 1986-07)
bassoon, electric piano and piano:Bill Douglas (Canadian musician & composer) (in 1986-07)
illustration:David Peters (engineer)
design:Pietro Alfieri (art director and designer)
mastered at:Masterdisk in New York, New York, United States
ASIN:US: B00000E6B5 [info]