Excerpted from The Washington Post, Monday,
May 9, 1977
The show-stopper of the program was Amram's "Native American Portraits,"
composed last year for the unusual but ver effective combination of violin,
piano and percussion and splendidly imaginative in its use of tribal melodies
and rhythms for three movements that present jusical pictures of the Cheyenne,
Seneca and Zuni.
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