Beth Anderson

Peachy Keen-O

1. Country Time
2. Ocean Motion Mildew Mind
3. If I Were A Poet
4. The People Rumble Louder
5. Torero Piece
6. Yes Sir Ree

Various Tracks

1. I Wish I Was Single Again
From 3ViTre Polypoetry Records

2. Reading at Bowery Poetry Club, NYC, 12.03.05 (41:11)
from from Penn Sound's series Segue at the Bowery Poetry Club

3. Terero Piece (1973)
from 10 + 2 = 12 American Text-Sound Pieces

Tracks 1-6 are from Peachy Keen-O (Pogus Productions CD 21030-2 CD)
Composer Beth Anderson | Produced by Al Margoils
Special thanks to Jeffrey James Arts Consulting

Beth Anderson (M.F.A./M.A.) is a composer of new romantic music, text-sound works, and music theater events. She has composed and has had produced an opera, an oratorio, three off-off Broadway musicals, several downtown music theater collaborations, music for orchestra, voice, chorus, tape, instrumental solos with and without electronic modulation, and a large amount of chamber music, in this country and in Europe, on radio and in concert. A resident of New York City, Ms. Anderson is a member of the International Alliance of Women in Music, B.M.I., & New York Women Composers. She has taught at New York University, Mills College, the N.Y.C. Public School System, Young Audiences, the New School for Social Research, D.C. 37, and the College of New Rochelle. Her articles have been published in Heresies Magazine, Paid My Dues, The Soho Weekly News, and in Ear Magazine, which she created/edited/published in New York City and edited/published in San Francisco. Her early work was considered post-Cagian, non-academic but more recently the music became more lyrical while retaining the cut-up quality of the minimalists. Her most recent recordings are out on New World (2004), Pogus (2003) and Other Minds (2003). Her "TRIO: dream in d" and "NET WORK" have been released on Two by Three: Music by Women on North/South Records, Belgian Tango recorded by The Tango Project, is available on Newport Classics CDs and Opus One has released Revel with the Richmond Symphony and Minnesota Swale with the Bratislava Radio Orchestra. Her publishers include Joshua Corp./E.M.I. Ms. Anderson's biography appears in Baker's Biographical Dictionary, The New Grove Dictionary of American Music, The New Grove Opera Dictionary, The Pandora Guide To Women Composers by Sophie Fuller, The Norton/Grove Dictionary of Women Composers, Women In American Music by Christina Ammer, Contemporary American Composers by Ruth Anderson, Women Composers, Conductors and Musicians of the 20th Century, Vol. 2 by Jane Weiner LePage, Contemporary Composers edited by Morton & Collins, and The World Who's Who of Women. Born in Kentucky, she studied primarily in California with John Cage, Terry Riley, Robert Ashley and Larry Austin, at Mills College and the University of California at Davis. She served as resident composer at the Chamber Music Conference of the East/Composers' Forum in Bennington, Vermont and was chosen as contemporary competition composer for the 2002 Vakhtang Jordania International Conducting Competition in Kharkov, Ukraine.

Beth Anderson's Website