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The tonal garment of the word [sound recording] /
Kenneth George Mills ; music by Tim Janis.
imprint
Toronto : Sun-Scape Records, p1995.
description
1 sound disc (54:40) : digital ; 12 cm.
ISBN
0919842240 :
format(s)
CD
Holdings
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imprint
Toronto : Sun-Scape Records, p1995.
isbn
0919842240 :
publisher #
KGOD33
contents note
The sound of a star (3:30) -- The breath of expectation (3:09) -- The whisper of wind (2:33) -- Forest murmurings (3:06) -- The sun dances (2:13) -- The hum of I (2:18) -- Do you dare? (2:02) -- Hush of evening (4:21) -- Do you realize? (3:16) -- The rhapsody of song (2:42) -- Green light (3:08) -- Beaming meaning (2:52) -- The creek (3:29) -- Freedom's might (1:59) -- The essence of grape (2:13) -- Fire-man (2:37) -- Have you heard? (2:19) -- Tell it! Tell it as it is! (3:17) -- A rhapsodic nature (3:36)
general note
Poems.
Sun-Scape Records: KGOD33.
performer
Read by Kenneth George Mills, acc. by instrumental ensemble.
catalogue key
823188
A Look Inside
Summaries
Unpaid Annotation
A collection of nineteen spontaneously spoken poems given by Kenneth George Mills with orchestral accompaniment by Tim Janis & musicians. Fifteen of the nineteen poems are published in volumes of poetry of Kenneth Mills - the other four were spoken spontaneously as Mr. Mills heard Tim Janis' compositions for the first time the night of the recording
Table of Contents
Sound of a Star
Breath of Expectation
Whisper of Wind
Forrest Murmurings
Sun Dances
Hum of I
Do You Dare?
Hush of Evening
Do You Realize?
Rhapsody of Song
Green Light
Beaming Meaning
Creek
Freedom's Might
Essence of Grape
Fire-Man
Have You Heard?
Tell It! Tell It as It Is!
Rhapsodic Nature
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