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Bitter Ending
TheSwingleSingers BitterEnding.jpg
Studio album by
Released1972
Length~30 minutes
LabelEpic 80544
The Swingle Singers chronology
The Joy of Singing
(1972)
Bitter Ending
(1972)
Swingle II chronology
Madrigals
(1974)

Bitter Ending is a recording of a work for eight voices composed by Andre Hodeir as commissioned by Ward Swingle. The work is performed by the Swingle Singers with a jazz quintet. This was the last work by Hodeir and is inspired by James Joyce's Finnegans Wake[1]

Personnel

The Swingle Singers:

References / external links

  1. ^ Hodeir, Andre and Pautrot, Jean-Louis. The André Hodeir Jazz Reader (Google Books link)
  • Epic 80544


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