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The Carbon Copy Building

A comic strip opera by Michael Gordon, David Lang & Julia Wolfe

Theo Bleckmann (Porter, Delivery Boy); Tony Boutté (Emetine, Chewing Gum Remover); Katie Geissinger (Emanuel Majuscule, Semele); Toby Twining (Architect, Manager, Waiter) John Benthal (electric guitar); David Cossin (percussion); Martin Goldray (keyboards) & Bohdan Hilash (clarinets)

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Contents: MP3320

Lang, D: The Carbon Copy Building

1:11:39
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  • Theo Bleckmann (vocals), Tony Boutte (tenor), Kate Geissinger (mezzo-soprano), Toby Twining (vocals), John Benthal (electric guitar), Martin Goldray (keyboards), Bohdan Hilash (winds), David Cossin (percussion)
  • Recorded: 16-18 August 2000
  • Recording Venue: Avatar Studios, New York, United States

Scene 1: In the fall of 1929 (Architectural Historian)

6:40
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Scene 2: The Palatine building on Park Manure Avenue (Porter)

2:09
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Scene 3: Eating utensils made of the cheapest steel (All, Early Birds, Waiter)

4:34
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Scene 4: Oh, I wonder: is this gum of period or recent origin? (Semele, Porter, Gum Remover)

4:32
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Scene 5: At dusk, Park Manure Avenue is, empty and deserted (Porter)

4:17
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Scene 6: Where is that boy? (Emanuel Majuscule, 2 Assistants)

2:43
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Scenes 7-8: What's the hurry? (Delivery Boy)

5:37
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Scene 9: We're obliged to keep a copy of each application going back to 1947 (Philip Emetine, 3 Panelists, Mayonnaise)

5:50
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Scene 10: I blame the tenants for the building's state of disrepair (Manager)

5:17
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Scene 11: There is, of course, no commercial basis for our work (Philip Emetine, Manager)

4:20
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Scene 12: Delivery Boy Biography

3:20
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Scene 13: Oh, (Semele, Philip Emetine)

5:29
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Scene 14: Would you care for dessert? (Waiter, Semele, Philip Emetine)

5:24
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Scene 15: One third of a creme-caramel with shattered glaze (Emanuel Majuscule, 3 Embalmers)

4:30
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Scene 16: The delivery boy rises at noon and flees (Architectural Historian, Emanuel Majuscule, Assistant)

6:57
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Contents: FLAC44100

Lang, D: The Carbon Copy Building

1:11:39
$18.75
  • Theo Bleckmann (vocals), Tony Boutte (tenor), Kate Geissinger (mezzo-soprano), Toby Twining (vocals), John Benthal (electric guitar), Martin Goldray (keyboards), Bohdan Hilash (winds), David Cossin (percussion)
  • Recorded: 16-18 August 2000
  • Recording Venue: Avatar Studios, New York, United States

Scene 1: In the fall of 1929 (Architectural Historian)

6:40
$1.25

Scene 2: The Palatine building on Park Manure Avenue (Porter)

2:09
$1.25

Scene 3: Eating utensils made of the cheapest steel (All, Early Birds, Waiter)

4:34
$1.25
Show 12 remaining tracks for Lang, D: The Carbon Copy Building

Scene 4: Oh, I wonder: is this gum of period or recent origin? (Semele, Porter, Gum Remover)

4:32
$1.25

Scene 5: At dusk, Park Manure Avenue is, empty and deserted (Porter)

4:17
$1.25

Scene 6: Where is that boy? (Emanuel Majuscule, 2 Assistants)

2:43
$1.25

Scenes 7-8: What's the hurry? (Delivery Boy)

5:37
$1.25

Scene 9: We're obliged to keep a copy of each application going back to 1947 (Philip Emetine, 3 Panelists, Mayonnaise)

5:50
$1.25

Scene 10: I blame the tenants for the building's state of disrepair (Manager)

5:17
$1.25

Scene 11: There is, of course, no commercial basis for our work (Philip Emetine, Manager)

4:20
$1.25

Scene 12: Delivery Boy Biography

3:20
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Scene 13: Oh, (Semele, Philip Emetine)

5:29
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Scene 14: Would you care for dessert? (Waiter, Semele, Philip Emetine)

5:24
$1.25

Scene 15: One third of a creme-caramel with shattered glaze (Emanuel Majuscule, 3 Embalmers)

4:30
$1.25

Scene 16: The delivery boy rises at noon and flees (Architectural Historian, Emanuel Majuscule, Assistant)

6:57
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