Quite Regularly Gay
Gertrude Stein (1874-1946)
Gertrude Stein said: "A sound, a whole sound is not separation, a whole sound is in an order." "Quite Regularly Gay" is indeed "in an order." Part minimalist round, part Gilbert and Sullivan, this lively piece is a setting of an excerpt from a Stein essay that is believed to contain the first modern literature usage of the word "gay" in the context of homosexuality.
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"I LOVE this piece!!" — Dr. Iris Levine, director Vox Femina Los Angeles and National Repertoire and Standards Chair for women chorus