Composer Name: Toshi Ichiyanagi

Composition Name: Circulating Scenery for violin concerto

Composition Date:                       1983 
Configuration:                         Orchestra
Featured Instrument:                   Violin
Japanese Instrument(s):                N
Length:                                N/A
Players:                               FLEX
Version (Original/Revised):            O
MFJ Presented:                         Y

World Premiere Venue:                  N/A
World Premiere City:                   Tokyo, Japan
World Premiere Sponsor:                Ninth Min-On Cont. Music
World Premiere Date:                   5/21/83
World Premiere Performers:             Paul Zukofsky, violin soloist

Japan Premiere Venue:                  N/A
Japan Premiere City:                   Tokyo, Japan
Japan Premiere Sponsor:                Ninth Min-On cont. Music
Japan Premiere Date:                   5/21/83
Japan Premiere Performers:             Paul Zukofsky, violin soloist

American Premiere Venue:               Carnegie Hall
American Premiere City:                New York
American Premiere Sponsor:             MFJ
American Premiere Date:                2/22/84
American Premiere Performers:          Hamao Fujiwara
Article/Review:                        R

Publication:                           The New York Times
Title:                                 The Drum in Japanese Music
Author/Critic:                         Allen Hughes
Publication Date:                      2/26/84
Reaction:                              Negative
Synopsis:                              Circulating Scenery was an unsettled mixture of somewhat
                                       pretentious slow music and propulsive, rather obvious fast music
                                       that did little to flatter the violin.
Origin (American/Japanese):            A

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