Presentation of women composers of all musical periods. Tapes from women composers affiliated with the Los Angeles Symposium of Women Artists. Presented by Elizabeth Pizer and Susan Sailow. Produced by Elizabeth Pizer. Self contained. Contents: 1. Sheep in Fog, from Songs to Death, Anna Rubin; 2. continuity; 3. Plainsong, Jan Greenwald; 4. continuity; 5. Ni-Zwei, Lois Vierk; 6. continuity; 7.
Presentation of women composers of all musical periods. This episode focuses on choral music by women composers. Presented by Fleur Helsingor, April McMahon, and Elizabeth Pizer. Produced by Fleur Helsingor. Self contained. Contents: 1. Escalator Over the Hill, Carla Bley (faded down and out); 2. continuity; 3. La Corona, Louise Talma; 4. continuity; 5.
Presentation of women composers of all musical periods. Presented by Susan Sailow, and Fleur Helsingor. Produced by Susan Sailow. Self contained. Contents: 1. Conch Shell: The Sea at Sunset, Joanna Brouk; 2. continuity; 3. The Creative, Joanna Brouk; 4. continuity; 5. A Rainbow in Curved Air by Terry Riley, arranged by Katrina Krimsky; 6. continuity; 7. Grace, Katrina Krimsky; 8.
The first in a series of four episodes of "Focus on Women Composers" providing a historical survey of various musical periods and styles from the Renaissance to the present. This episode covers women composers from the Renaissance through the late Baroque (1500-1750). Contents: 1.
Presentation of women composers of all musical periods. Presented by Renee Roatcap, Elizabeth Pizer, and Virginia Kosanovic. Self contained. Contents: begins with theme music, an excerpt from The seasons of time, Miriam Gideon, followed by program intro. 1. Gift of the Magi, Rebekah Harkness; 2. Sonata for Harp, Germaine Tailleferre; 3. The Seasons of Time, Miriam Gideon.
Presentation of women composers of all musical periods. Presented by Renee Roatcap, April McMahon, Elizabeth Pizer, Susan Sailow, and Fleur Helsingor. Contents: 1. continuity; 2. O Death, Rock Me Asleep, Anne Boleyn; 3. continuity; 4. Impromptu, Clara Wieck-Schumann; 5. continuity; 6. Quatuor, Germaine Tailleferre; 7. continuity; 8. Vieille Prière Bouddhique, Lili Boulanger; 9. continuity; 10.
Karla Tonella interviews feminist theorist and writer Charlotte Bunch, editor of Quest Magazine, a feminist quarterly. Bunch reviews the history of the Women's Liberation movement beginning around 1968 (the birthing year); 1969-1970 (the growing years); 1970s (feminist organization).
Alice Walker, Black woman poet and novelist, reads from her new book of poetry "Good night, Willie Lee, I'll see you in the morning" at Cody's Bookstore in Berkeley on September 26th, 1979. Walker reads some poems that are not featured in the book.
Alice Walker reads her short story "Fame" from her book of short stories, "You Can't Keep a Good Woman Down," at the San Francisco Women's Building on May 23, 1981. Susanne Lee and Karla Tonella recorded the reading. Walker is the author of three books of poetry: "Once" (1968), "Revolutionary Petunias and other Poems" (1973), "Good night, Willie Lee, I'll see you in the morning" (1979).
Group interview with Rita Mae Brown, poet and author of Songs to a Handsome Woman (Diana Press, 1973), feminist writer and activist Sally Gearhart and KPFA's Zoe Nawoe and Ellen Dubrowin, on teaching, art, politics, humor and survival.
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