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Alexander Lafayette Chew Wilder (February 16, 1907 – December 24, 1980) was an American composer. Wilder was born in Rochester, New York to a prominent family; a downtown building (at the "Four Corners") bears the family's name. As a young boy, he traveled to New York City with his mother and stayed at the Algonquin Hotel. It would later be his home for the last 40 or so years of his life. He attended several prep schools, unhappily, as a teenager.
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In 1980 Wilder teamed up again with Richard Pryor in Stir Crazy, directed by Sidney Poitier. Pryor was struggling with a severe cocaine addiction, and filming became difficult, but once the film premiered, it became an international success . In a 2008 Turner Classic Movies special, Role Model: Gene Wilder, where Alec Baldwin interviewed Wilder about his career, Wilder said that he was basically retired from acting for good. I don't like show business, I realized," he explained. I like show, but I don't like the business.
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|Carl Sandburg Suite||(16:32)|
|1||1. Mov't 1||2:50|
|2||2. Mov't 2||6:33|
|3||3. Mov't 3||3:22|
|4||4. Mov't 4||3:47|
|5||Air For Flute
Flute – Eugenia Zukerman
|Suite No. 2 For Tenor Saxophone And Strings||(9:53)|
|12||Air For Oboe
Oboe – Humbert Lucarelli
|13||Them And Variations||5:12|
|14||Air For Bassoon
Bassoon – Kenneth Pasmanick
|Serenade For Winds||(11:49)|
- Recorded At – SUNY Purchase Recital Hall
- Artwork, Design, Liner Notes – Jackson Braider
- Bass – Marc Ramirez , Victor Kioulaphides
- Bass Clarinet – David Sapadin
- Bassoon – Gary Schultheis, Joel Willet
- Cello – Donald Lichter, Ivy Chatanow, Tara Chambers
- Clarinet – Andrea Correll, Denise Hoff, Rick Faria
- Composed By – Alec Wilder
- Conductor – Richard Auldon Clark
- Contrabassoon – Robert Price
- Flute – Karen Kassover, Kathy Schraff
- Harp – Eric Sabatino
- Horn – Lee Ann Newland, Susan Larsen
- Oboe – James Roe, Kathryn Engelhardt
- Orchestra – The Manhattan Chamber Orchestra
- Percussion – Robert Falvo, Tomako Inaba
- Photography By [Cover] – Philip Nanzetta
- Piano – Howard Cass
- Producer, Engineer – Stephen J. Epstein
- Tenor Saxophone – Gary Louie (tracks: 7 to 11)
- Trombone – Paul Bellino, Roger Verdi
- Trumpet – Linda Klein, Warren Stine
- Viola – Anca Dimenescu, Judith Insell, Martha Brody
- Violin – Angela Cocozzella, Hai Xin Wu, Karen Rostron, Melanie Dexter, Regis Iandiorio, Rong-hong Ma, Ryo Fukuda
- Violin, Concertmaster – Michael Sutton
NotesRecorded June 1993 at the Recital Hall, SUNY/Purchase.
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