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Recent publications from alumni, faculty, and staff


The Closest Possible Union, reissue of 1988 novel by English professor Joanna Scott. Owl/Holt, $14.

Every Hand an Adventure by Eric Landau '66, '69 (Mas) and Randall Baron. Devyn Press. 64 pp., $4.95. Alternative bidding system for contract bridge.

Evidence Based Medicine: How to Practice and Teach EBM by Associate Professor of Medicine W. Scott Richardson and others. Churchill Livingston. 250 pp, $25.

Golf Beats Us All (And So We Love It) by Joe Amato '70 (PhD). Johnson Books. Blend of nostalgia and contemporary perspectives.

Horn and Conductor by Harold Meek '41E, with foreword by Eastman emeritus professor Alfred Mann. University of Rochester Press. 117 pp, $15.95.

The "I Hate Kathie Lee Gifford" Book by Robert Bly '79. Kensington Books. The author's 35th book.

John Coltrane Plays "Giant Steps" by David Demsey '90E (DMA). Hal Leonard Publishing.

Love Analyzed, previously unpublished articles by contemporary analytic philosophers, edited by Roger Lamb '66 (PhD). Westview Press.

Managerial Accounting by Simon professor Jerold L. Zimmerman and Dale C. Morse. Irwin Books. Also from the same publisher: Managerial Economics and Organizational Architecture by Simon professors Zimmerman, James Brickley, and Clifford W. Smith, Jr., and Zimmerman's Accounting and Decision Making and Control, 2nd edition.

North of King Ferry, poems by Ed Rossman '69 (PhD). Tallcot Bookshop, Union Springs, N.Y.

Our Sisters' Promised Land, on women peace activists in Israel, by anthropology professor Ayala Emmett. University of Michigan Press. $32.50.

The Pocket Doctor and The Pocket Pediatrician, two new books by Michael LaCombe '64, '72 (Res). American College of Physicians.

The Practice of Quality Management, on empirical research in quality management, edited by Simon School professor Philip J. Lederer and Uday S. Karmarkar. Kluwer Academic Publishers. 310 pp.

Relic, Icon or Hoax? Carbon Dating the Turin Shroud by Emeritus Professor of Physics Harry Gove. Institute of Physics Publishing. $35.

Remote Control: A Sensible Approach to Kids, TV, and the New Electronic Media by Leonard A. Jason '76 (PhD) and Libby Kennedy Hanaway. Professional Resource Press. Community Building: Values for a Sustainable Future by the same author has been published by Greenwood Publishing Group.

The Second Set: The Jazz Poetry Anthology, Volume 2 edited by Sascha Feinstein '85 and Yusef Komunyakaa. Indiana University Press. Jazz Poetry: From the 1920s to the Present, also edited by Feinstein, has been released by Greenwood Publishing.

Together and Equal: Fostering Cooperative Play and Promoting Gender Equity in Early Childhood Programs by Barbara Metzger '64, '74W (MS). Allyn & Bacon. 208 pp., $24.95.

To Have and to Hold: Slave Work and Family Life in Antebellum South Carolina by history professor Larry E. Hudson, Jr. University of Georgia. $35.

When a Parent Has Cancer and Becky and
the Worry Cup
(children's book), 2-volume book set by Wendy Schlossel Harpham '80M (MD). HarperCollins.

Windows of Comfort, two organ books by Dan Locklair '81E (DMA). E.C. Kerby, Ltd.


Chicago Concertos: Piano Concertos by Rudolph Ganz and John LaMontaine '42E. LaMontaine's Piano Concerto No. 4 is recorded by Ramon Salvatore and conducted by Paul Freeman '56E, '63E (PhD). Cedille Records.

David Diamond, chamber music from the '30s to the '80s by David Diamond '37E. New World 80508.

The Dawning, composition for orchestra by Margaret Meier '58E, performed by the Russe Philharmonic Orchestra. Vienna Modern Masters "Music of Six Continents" series, CD VMM3037.

Expanding Horizons featuring saxophonist and composer René Mogensen '93. Capstone Records, CPS-8630.

Hebrew Melody, Jewish music for violin and piano featuring violinist Miriam Kramer '89E. Quicksilver, QS 6186.

Katherine Hoover, compositions by Katherine Hoover '59E. Parnassus Records.

New York Legends: Thomas Stacy '60E, featuring the principal English hornist of the New York Philharmonic. Cala Artists, CACD0511.

To Be Sung Upon the Water: Song Cycles by Dominick Argento '58E (PhD). Cedille Records.

Tour de France, first CD by the Webster Trio, Michael Webster '66E, '74E (DMA), Leone Buyse '68E, and Katherine Collier '70E, '72E (MM), Crystal Records.

Unicycle Man, compositions by vibraphonist (and unicyclist) Ted Piltzecker '72E. Equilibrium Records.

The Virtuoso Clarinetist and The Art of the Clarinetist: Complete Carl Baermann Method for the Clarinet, recorded and annotated by John Cipolla '84E. Music Minus One.

Yellacappella, latest release from the University of Rochester Yellowjackets. (716) 452-5225.

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Rochester Review--Volume 60 Number 1--Fall 1997
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