According to ASCAP itself, there were at least six segments, which means there is potentially more available than what people have found and posted on YouTube. What do you think? Peace. —MuzikJunky 07:58, 20 August 2009 (UTC)
- That's an interesting theory. If we're lucky, we'll learn more from the 40 years DVD. —Scott (talk) 13:27, 20 August 2009 (UTC)
The source for the title and date of this piece comes from the Dunvagen database, the owners of this music. Information was acquired via personal correspondence between myself and Dunvagen. The original source used to cite Glass as the composer of this music was found in ASCAP Title Code: 498083802, although the date was off by two years (the four digit number in ASCAP apparently does not correspond to the episode number). —Scott (talk) 20:11, 6 December 2007 (UTC)
- If Dunvagen does indeed own the work, why has the audio recording never been released? Glass told me that Sesame Workshop owned all the rights. Peace. MuzikJunky 04:44, 7 December 2007 (UTC)
- Received this email from Dunvagen:
- "Unfortunately aside from its presence on Youtube there is no commercial recording available of this work.
- Wish I could have brought better news for you.
- kind regards,
- -Drew Smith "
- doctorx0079 11:58, 19 September 2008 (EST)