Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
suntea | Phoenix, Arizona United States | 05/21/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
* Music Studio: Harry Partch (1958): Partch takes the viewer on a tour of his Chicago home, and plays his microtonal instruments. Includes his demonstration of how the soundtrack for Windsong was made.
* Windsong (1958): the ancient Greek legend of Daphne and Apollo, transported to Lake Michigan.
* U.S. Highball (1958; completed 1968): Partch and his ensemble perform a dramatized account of riding the rails during the Depression on a transcontinental hobo trip from California to Chicago.
* Rotate the Body in All Its Planes (1961): Harry's favorite: a ballet for gymnasts.
The DVD is accompanied by a 12-page booklet featuring writings by Philip Blackburn, Danlee Mitchell, and Harry Partch.