Dream Cycle Allan Crossman

Dream Cycle, for women’s choir, children’s voices, music box, and electronic sounds, was written in 1972 for the Wheaton College Choir (Massachusetts). The women’s choir is live and the children’s sounds are pre-recorded. The text is from the poem, “Ragged and Eager” by Elizabeth Marsh. The piece is a depiction of dreaming, daydreaming, nightmare, illusion.

Source: CEC / Concordia Archival Project (CAP)

  • Year of composition: 1972
  • Genre: Mixed
  • Format: Mixed work
  • Instrumentation: for choir and tape
  • Hardware used: Mini-Moog, variety of recording devices.
  • Duration of the submitted work: 18:00
  • Production: Wheaton College EA Studio. Wheaton College Choir, Charles Fassett, Director.

Linked project

  • CAP
    Allik, Austin, Bouchard, Calder, Crossman, Cumbo, Dal Farra, de Chevigny, Frenette, Garcia…
    145 tracks

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