Item F001-AT-76 - A Continental Hug: Canadian Poetry Set to Chilean Music

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A Continental Hug: Canadian Poetry Set to Chilean Music

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  • 1988 (Creation)

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1 audio cassette

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(March 12, 1912-January 4, 2006)

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A Continental Hug: Canadian Poetry Set to Chilean Music by Cormorant Books, Ontario. Includes music by Amuata and the poems "The Bird,” “The Wall,” “The Notations of Love,” “Snow Angels,” “A Women's Issue,” “On Being Bitten by a Dog,” “The Handkerchiefs of Plaza de Mayo,” and “All.”

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Also available in WAV format. Includes files
AT 76a.wav
AT 76b.wav

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