Bourland: Articles and reviews

May 1, 2007

Adamo, Mark, “Harmonic Convergance,” The Washington Post (04/30/1993)
Allen, Susan, “Three Magical Places,” The American Harp Journal (02/01/1982)
Allman, Kevin, “Singing Praises of the Gay Choral Movement,” Los Angeles Times (09/22/1992)
Bargreen, Melinda, “Seattle Men’s Chorus opener: It was packed with emotion,” The Seattle Times (03/26/1993)
Barkin, Elaine, “Critical Standards Need Explanation,” Los Angeles Times (04/13/1992)
Bibisi, Suzan, “Healing Music,” Daily News (03/28/1992)
Biemiller, Lawrence, “Notes from Academe,” The Chronicle of Higher Education (04/21/1993)
Biemiller, Lawrence, “An AIDS Cantata That Is Part Hymn, Part Lullaby, Part Country Ballad”,” The Chronicle of Higher Education (05/13/1992)
Bivins, Gene, “Too Rich,” LA Weekly (04/24/1992)
Block, Steven, “Frightening Virtuosity,” “Market Square (Pittsburgh, PA)” (11/09/1983)
Bommer, Lawrence, “Windy City singers evoke many moods in poetic settings,” Chicago Tribune (06/21/1994)
Bommer, Lawrence, “Gay choruses feature emotional 7-part cantata,” Chicago Tribune (06/21/1993)
Bourland, Roger, “Roger Bourland Talks About ‘Hidden Legacies’,” Composer USA (06/01/1992)
Buell, Richard, “Good time to buy into piano trios –– they’re hot,” Boston Globe (11/05/1991)
Buell, Richard, “Rush hour at Sanders,” Boston Globe (07/28/1984)
Buell, Richard, “Schuller in his element at Pro Arte,” Boston Globe (05/08/1984)
Buell, Richard, “Sneakers lead the field,” Boston Globe (07/23/1983)
Buell, Richard, “MIT Chamber Players capture ‘Pierrot’,” Boston Globe (05/14/1983)
Buell, Richard, “…and Red Sneakers kick up their heels, too”,” Boston Globe (04/25/1983)
Buell, Richard, “Red Sneakers produce some winners,” Boston Globe (10/30/1982)
Buell, Richard, “Polished Red Sneakers,” Boston Globe (06/19/1982)
Buell, Richard, “Sneakers set a fast pace,” Boston Globe (05/02/1981)
Buell, Richard, “Nourishing night of Schuller,” Boston Globe (11/17/1980)
Buell, Richard, “Alea III debut sounded right,” Boston Globe (04/07/1979)
Campbell, Phillip, “North Meets South,” Bay Area Reporter (04/27/1995)
Campbell, R. M., “Chorus does great work with less-than-great pieces,” Seattle Post-Intelligencer (03/27/1993)
Campbell, R. M., “3 American Composers listen to the Symphony play their works,” Seattle Post-Intelligencer (09/19/1985)
Cariaga, Daniel, “Ah Upbeat Cantata on AIDS Crisis?,” Los Angeles Times (03/28/1992)
Cart.Staff, “The Trouble With Dick,” Variety (01/28/1987)
Chou, Pellin, “‘Legacies’ of Pain,” Daily Bruin (04/01/1992)
Chung, David, “Composer keeps music alive with wind ensemble,” dB Magazine (05/15/2003)
Chute, James, “New Music, Los Angeles has its highs and lows”,” Orange County Register (03/03/1987)
Commanday, Robert, “New Music Program Falls Flat,” San Francisco Examiner (11/06/1985)
Croan, Robert, “Ensemble features versatile violinist,” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (10/31/1983)
Curtis, Liane, “The sweetest sound: BWRC celebrates Latin Culture,” Bay Windows (04/15/2004)
Davis, Peter G., “Music,” New York (10/28/1985)
Deiman, Warner, “Beethoven bones rebuilt by Bourland,” Maine Sunday Telegram (04/21/1985)
Downey, Roger, “New music that’s meant to be heard,” The Weekly [Seattle] (09/25/1985)
Driver, Paul, “Musicians and dancers share bill,” Boston Globe (02/11/1984)
Dyer, Richard, “Bourland rocks,” Boston Globe (06/05/1994)
Dyer, Richard, “Wedded to their work,” Boston Globe (03/25/2005)
Dyer, Richard, “The Best of 1993,” Boston Globe (12/26/1993)
Dyer, Richard, “The life-affirming force of ‘Hidden Legacies’,” The Boston Globe (03/29/1993)
Dyer, Richard, “Bourland’s stirring cantata,” The Boston Globe (03/26/1993)
Dyer, Richard, “Ten Best in Classical Music: 1991,” Boston Globe (12/29/1991)
Dyer, Richard, “New Music for harp, Vol. 1″,” Boston Globe (10/13/1983)
Dyer, Richard, “Red Sneakers make good showing,” Boston Globe (01/29/1983)
Dyer, Richard, “1982 Best in Classical Music,” Boston Globe (12/25/1982)
Dyer, Richard, “Sneakers, running shorts and fun”,” Boston Globe (07/24/1982)
Dyer, Richard, “Composers in Red Sneakers are scoring with fans,” Boston Globe (07/18/1982)
Dyer, Richard, “Schuller, Collage hold an event”,” Boston Globe (02/24/1982)
Dyer, Richard, “Alea III displays some jewels,” Boston Globe (05/13/1980)
Eder, Richard, “The Stage: ‘Beowulf’ A Pageant, at La Mama”,” The New York Times (04/23/1979)
Epstein, Benjamin, “A Flashpoint of Inspiration,” Los Angeles Times / Orange County (07/15/1994)
Farber, Jim, “Epic poem inspires work,” The Daily Breeze (10/30/1992)
Frazee, Jim, “Albert work highlights SSO new music program,” Takoma News Tribune (09/20/1985)
Garelick, Maureen, “Gay and Proud,” The Independent (02/16/1995)
Gelbert, Bruce-Michael, “Stonewall Music (II),” New York Native (07/01/1994)
Gelbert, Bruce-Michael, “Laughter, Tears, and Pride”,” New York Native (07/26/1993)
Ginell, Richard S., “Gay Men’s Chorus Accentuates the Positige in ‘EOS’ Premiere,” Los Angeles Times (03/26/2001)
Glick, Andrew J., “Gross leads spectacular rendition of Brahms,” The Outlook (11/03/1992)
Gold, Jonathan, “UCLA’s Class Notes,” LA Weekly (02/27/1987)
Goodman, Peter, “Passionate AIDS ‘Legacies’,” New York Newsday (06/24/1993)
Goodman, Walter, “Film: ‘Wolf at the Door’,” The New York Times (07/31/1987)
Graham, Trey, “That’s Entertainment,” The Washington Blade (04/30/1993)
Grueninger, Walter F., “Recorded Music in Review,” Consumers Research (10/01/1985)
Hendrickson, Steve, “‘Legacies’ hits home for men’s chorus members,” Antelope Valley Press (03/27/1992)
Henkel, Kathleen, “Schuller Conducts USC Ensemble,” Los Angeles Times (01/17/1979)
Henken, John, “Rosarium Spiritedly Delivers Message,” Los Angeles Times (06/07/1999)
Henken, John, “Electric Monday at UCLA Is Eclectic and Effective,” Los Angeles Times (04/25/1991)
Henken, John, “California Concert by New Music Group,” Los Angeles Times (03/06/1986)
Henken, John, “Music on Fire,” Los Angeles Times (10/30/1985)
Henry, Derrick, “Kimball Wheeler makes Boston debut,” Boston Globe (02/06/1985)
Henry, Derrick, “New sounds from Saxophone Project,” Boston Globe (01/31/1984)
Hodgins, Paul, “Gay Men’s Chorus delivers luminous show,” Orange County Register (07/19/1993)
Holland, Bernard, “Making Connections of Sight and Sound,” The New York Times (12/12/1989)
Holland, Bernard, “Music: Composers in Red Sneakers,” The New York Times (10/13/1985)
Hughes, Allen, “Music: Schuller Leads 4 New Works,” The New York Times (04/06/1979)
Hughes, Michael, “The joy of sax,” Maine Sunday Telegram (02/10/1985)
Jacobs, Tom, “A chorus line,” Santa Barbara News-Press (02/17/1995)
Jacobs, Tom, “A chorus line,” Santa Barbara News-Press (02/17/1995)
Johnson, Richard, “Kisses, in the shadow and on our lips”,” Bay Windows (03/28/1996)
Kalmansohn, David, “Singing to our future,” Frontiers (07/29/1994)
Kalmansohn, David, “Voices of Today,” Frontiers (05/08/1992)
Kanny, Mark, “Music Ensemble opens year on high note,” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (01/18/1994)
Karlin, Rick, “Windy City Gay Chorus Shines in Pride Concert,” Gay Chicago (07/08/1993)
Karlin, Rick, “Etc.,” Gay Chicago (06/17/1993)
Kennicott, Philip, “In the Face of Convention: A Healing Kind of Music,” New York Newsday (06/22/1993)
Kent, Michael, “The Power of Wheeler’s Voice,” The Washington Post (04/23/1986)
Kenyon, Nicholas, “Further Events: Sea Change,” The New Yorker (12/07/1981)
Kerner, Leighton, “Kerner’s Consumer Guide,” Village Voice (06/18/1985)
Kimball, Robert, “Threefold does of soprano talent,” New York Post (04/25/1984)
Kiraly, Philippa, “Remarkable concert commeorates Stonewall,” Seattle Post-Intelligencer (06/20/1994)
Kosman, Joshua, “Summer Serenade Sinks Under Premiere’s Weight,” San Francisco Chronicle (08/23/1988)
Kozinn, Allan, “Gay Chorus: Joy and Lamentation,” The New York Times (06/26/1993)
Lee, Wayne, “Curse lifted for 4 composers,” The Seattle Times (09/20/1985)
Little, Dominic Hamilton, “Creating our own history with ‘Letters to the Future’,” Outlines (06/01/1994)
Lloyd, Robert, “Weekend in LA,” Los Angeles Herald Examiner (11/02/1984)
Mackey, Scott, “Gay L.A. visits Bay,” San Francisco Sentinel (04/26/1995)
Mangan, Timothy, “Gay Men’s Chorus Offers Stonewall,” Los Angeles Times (07/11/1994)
Mangan, Timothy, “New Works from UCLA Composers,” Los Angeles Times (01/17/1991)
Maria elouina KasilagStaff, “Miracles and music,” The Tidings (06/04/1999)
Matthews, William, “Portland String Quartet and sax player perform,” The Lewiston Daily (Maine) (02/18/1985)
McQuilkin, Terry, “‘Fire’ Concert Held at Schoenberg Hall, UCLA”,” Los Angeles Times (04/19/1985)
Medrek, Jr., T. J., “Going through it,” Bay Windows (04/01/1993)
Medrek, Jr., T. J., “Moving men: Has ‘Hidden Legacies’ become the musical equivalent of The Quilt?,” Bay Windows (03/25/1993)
Miller, Margo, “Two Bourland scores in Boston Film Festival,” Boston Globe (09/20/1987)
MooreStaff, “Collections: Instrumental,” American Record Guide (03/01/1986)
Myers, Michael, “Orchestra has earned its place,” The Topeka Capital-Journal (02/11/1996)
Nettifee, Thomas, “Writer’s Thoughts Concealed in ‘Hidden Legacies’ Review,” Los Angeles Times (04/13/1992)
Niss, Bob, “Sax quintet get premiere,” Portland Evening Express (Maine) (02/08/1985)
Page, Christopher, “Serious Play from Pacific Serenades,” L.A. Downtown News (11/12/1996)
Page, Tim, “Moderns in Red Sneakers,” The New York Times (10/06/1985)
Parke, Rod, “SMC in NYC an unforgettable night,” Seattle Gay News (07/01/1994)
Pasles, Chris, “Vox Femina Finds an Accessible Choral Avenue,” Los Angeles Times (06/14/2002)
Pasles, Chris, “AIDS Cantata Premieres at UCLA,” Los Angeles Times (03/11/1992)
Pasles, Chris, “Kimball Wheeler,” Los Angeles Times (11/05/1984)
Pasles, Chris, “Music on Fire in Little Tokyo,” Los Angeles Times (03/21/1984)
Perlmutter, Donna, “Compelling Concert by Gay Men’s Chorus,” Los Angeles Times (04/05/1993)
Pfeiffer, Ellen, “High brow music in low red sneakers,” The Boston Herald (07/17/1983)
Pontzious, Richard, “Contemporary Players,” San Francisco Examiner (11/08/1995)
Reynolds, Dale, “Gay Composers, New Music and AIDS”,” Frontiers (04/10/1992)
Rich, Alan, “Full of Sound and Fury, Etc.”,” LA Weekly (04/10/1992)
Rich, Alan, “Gay chorus unites a voice,” Daily News (07/29/1991)
Roberts, Kim, “Composers in Red Sneakers,” Option (01/01/1986)
Rodgers, Jessica, “UCLA ensembles to add spark to Christmas carol canon,” Daily Bruin (12/05/2002)
Ross, Alex, “The Gay Connection in Music and in a Festival,” The New York Times (06/27/1994)
Rothstein, Edward, “Concert: Imagery of Music Today Ensemble,” The New York Times (11/23/1981)
Rubio, Jeff, “Gay Men’s Chorus groups team up in marking Stonewall,” Orange County Register (07/18/1994)
Sales, Timothy, “Music Faculty Displays Talents,” Daily Bruin (04/06/1984)
Sampen, Dr. John, “Reviews of New Publications,” The Saxophone Symposium (01/01/1985)
Schwartz, Lloyd, “Voicings: Some impressive singing helps spring unthaw,” The Boston Phoenix (03/29/1996)
Schwartz, Lloyd, “Mixed blessings,” The Boston Phoenix (05/10/1983)
Schwartz, Lloyd, “1982 The Arts of the Year in Review,” The Boston Phoenix (01/04/1983)
Schwartz, Lloyd, “Close encounters with a long line,” The Boston Phoenix (08/10/1982)
Schwarz, K. Robert, “Copland’s Third: Language of Hope,” The New York Times (04/19/1987)
Segall, Allan, “Compassionate Compositions,” Windy City Times (06/17/1993)
Shere, Charles, “A wonderful recording of Sibelius symphonies,” The Tribune (10/09/1983)
Shulgold, Marc, “Fables, Fantasy at New Music Fest”,” Los Angeles Times (03/03/1987)
Sipchen, Bob, “Gay men’s chorus members conquer fear through song,” Gannett Suburban Newspapers (12/06/1992)
Sipchen, Bob, “We Sing to Keep from Crying,” Los Angeles Times (08/02/1992)
Smith, David Hugh, “Composers in Red Sneakers music world’s self-starters,” The Christian Science Monitor (12/13/1982)
Soergel, Brian, “Gay Men’s Chorus new performance focuses on AIDS,” Daily Bulletin – San Bernadino County (04/10/1992)
Sonata, “Cantilena,” The American Organist (05/01/1988)
Spear, Elizabeth, “The Healing Touch,” Evening Outlook (03/27/1992)
Staff, “Morning Sonata,” The American Organist (05/01/1988)
Staff, “SF Gay Men’s Chorus Releases New CD,” San Francisco Bay Times (07/15/1993)
Staff, “New York City Gay Men’s Chorus Performs with Dutch Group at Carnegie Hall,” Stonewall News (06/14/1993)
Staff, “St. Stephen Counterpoint,” The American Organist (12/01/1994)
Staff, “Short Takes,” Daily Variety (08/25/1992)
Staff, “Morning Report,” Los Angeles Times (08/28/1992)
Staff, “Morning Report,” Los Angeles Times (10/08/1992)
Staff, “Morning Report,” Los Angeles Times (04/08/1992)
Staff, “Organ Music Reviews,” The American Organist (08/01/1991)
Staff, “Music,” Los Angeles Times (01/29/1989)
Staff, “Psalm 47,” The Diapason (03/01/1988)
Staff, “Composers in Red Sneakers,” Opus (08/01/1987)
Staff, “Craighead will Launch New C.B. Fisk Organ,” Los Angeles Times (05/16/1985)
Staff, “Guild selects conductors for program,” “The Dominion Post (Morgantown, WV)” (07/31/1984)
Stewart, Susan Davenport, “The Song in Emily Dickinson’s Poems,” Choral Journal (09/01/2006)
Sullivan, Mark, “That’s Entertainment,” The Washington Blade (07/01/1993)
Swed, Mark, “Only ‘Tashi’ excites in series’ first concert,” Los Angeles Herald Examiner (03/03/1987)
Swed, Mark, “Three big voices of opera in recital here,” Los Angeles Herald Examiner (10/25/1983)
Thomas, Robert D., “Hope in Face of Catastrophe,” San Gabriel Valley Tribune (03/27/1992)
Thomason, Paul, “Life-Affirming ‘Legacies’,” Bay Area Reporter (07/08/1993)
Turok, Paul, “A survey of interesting new recordings,” The Ovation Record Review (11/01/1985)
Waddle, Shannon, “Classical Notes,” Village View (04/03/1992)
Waddle, Shannon, “Soothing the Savage Beast,” Village View (04/02/1992)
Wager, Gregg, “Opening of Pacific Serenades Chamber Series,” Los Angeles Times (01/28/1989)
Wager, Gregg, “SCREAM Festival at Schoenberg Hall,” Los Angeles Times (11/10/1987)
Walker, Lauren Merlin, “Why do composers wear red sneaks?,” Cambridge Chronicle [MA] (07/22/1982)
Warech, Gene, “Briefly noted,” Drama-Logue (04/16/1992)
Wasson, D. DeWitt, “Cantilena,” The American Organist (05/01/1989)
Webster, Daniel, “Bostonians make their own album,” The Philadelphia Inquirer (06/23/1985)
Werling, Anita Eggert, “Cantilena,” The Diapason (07/01/1988)
Wharton, David, “CalArts Music Festival to Bring Audiences Ear-to-Ear With the Unexpected,” Los Angeles Times (11/03/1989)
Wiegand, David, “Gay Men’s Chorus’ ‘Legacies’,” San Francisco Chronicle (07/12/1993)
Wolverton, Vance, “A Conversation with the composer,” Chorus (11/01/1994)
Wright, Ed, “One of our Treasures!,” The Slant (05/01/1995)
Zimmerman, Eric, “Too Rich,” LA Weekly (04/24/1992)