The Roger Reynolds Collection
Acknowledgments and Special Thanks
The Roger Reynolds Collection Web presentation owes a great debt to Roger Reynolds, and his wife, Karen, whose kind cooperation, donations, and assistance made this site possible.
Many thanks also go to the many photographers, composers and their estates who graciously gave permission for us to use their photographs on this site. Credit is given in the bibliographic record for each photograph.
Roger Reynolds would also like to thank the following people for their assistance with this Web site:
Karen Reynolds, musician, team player, for her unending attention to detail.
Jon Newsom, for his imaginative and enterprising leadership of the Library’s Music Division for so many years, and for his friendship.
Stephen Soderberg, for his thoughtful and attentive shepherding of the collection as it developed.
Josef Kucera, for his ears, his standards, his service to music (mine and others’).
Mike Boyd, for his industrious and thorough cataloging of the many, many pages of material placed in the Special Collection to date.
Nathan Brock, for his initial shaping of the multimedia interview, and the preparation of examples (from both scores and sound recordings).
Trevor Henthorn, for his detailed restructurings and updating of the multimedia interview.
Karen Lund, for her organizational attentions and perseverance in bringing the Web site to fruition.
Gene Caprioglio, of the C. F. Peters Corporation, for various valuable assistances and permissions in relation to the content of the Web site, in particular, his agreement to place the full score of Transfigured Wind III on the Web page.
Shirish Korde, of Neuma records in Cambridge, for permission to place on the Web site the audio recording of Transfigured Wind III (which appears on Neuma disc 450-102, “Three Circuitous Paths to the Music of Roger Reynolds”).
Eric Dries, for the preparation of the score to Transfigured Wind III.
The University of California, San Diego, for its decades of varied support.
This Web site is also the result of the contributions of the many people within the Library of Congress who are listed below:
Overall vision and planning for the site was conducted by Steve Soderberg and Jon Newsom in consultation with Roger Reynolds. Project management was performed by Steve Soderberg and Karen Lund.
Digital production and conversion work was performed by the The Library of Congress Presents: Music, Theater and Dance (IHAS) staff of the Music Division, including Karen Lund, Pat Padua and James Wolf.
Technical functionality and programming of the site was performed by a team from Network Development and MARC Standards Office that included Morgan Cundiff, Mike Ferrando, Glenn Gardner, Corey Keith, Betsy Miller, and Nathan Trail.
Web site design and user interface was created by Betsy Miller based on user-centered design principles.
Permissions and copyright research was conducted by Karen Lund.
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