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Review: Lou Harrison: Symphony No.2, Elegiac. Hovhaness: Mysterious Mountain (Symphony No.2); Lousadzak by Keith Jarrett; American Composers Orchestra; Dennis Russell Davies; Lou Harrison; Hovhaness
Reviewed Works: Lou Harrison: Symphony No.2, Elegiac. Hovhaness: Mysterious Mountain (Symphony No.2); Lousadzak by Keith Jarrett, American Composers Orchestra, Dennis Russell Davies, Lou Harrison, Hovhaness; Harrison: Solstice Ballet Suite; Ariadne; A Summerfield Set; Canticle No.3 (Revised Version) by Leta Miller, William Winant, Nohema Fernandez, Dennis Russell Davies, Lou Harrison; Harrison: Canticle No.3 (Original Version); Suite No.1 for Guitar and Percussion; Plaint and Variations on 'Song of Palestine'; Serenado por Gitaro; Serenade for Guitar and Percussion Player; Waltz for Evelyn Hinrichsen by John Schneider, Janice Tipton, CAL Arts Percussion Ensemble, John Bergamo, Lou Harrison; Harrison: Lo Koro Sutro; Varied Trio. Harrison & Dee: Suite for Violin and American Gamelan by David Abel, Julie Steinberg, William Winant, University of California, Berkeley, Chorus, Chamber Chorus and American Gamelan, John Bergamo, Lou Harrison, Dee; Harrison: Piano Concerto; Suite for Violin, Piano and Small Orchestra by Keith Jarrett, Lucy Stoltzman, New Japan Philharmonic Orchestra, Naoto Otomo, Robert Hughes, Lou Harrison
Review by: Guy Rickards
New Series, No. 175 (Dec., 1990), pp. 49-50
Published by: Cambridge University Press
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/944591
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