1968, prepared piano, Carl Fischer, 9', recorded on Capra
"Iceberg Meadow is for a partially prepared
piano. All of it, including tone clusters and a section using a mid-E
pitch as a pedal, produce the proper musical temperature. No doubt
that Cope is a virtuoso in the field of contemporary piano music.
No doubt either that he provides a definitive performance of his own
--Arthur Cohn, Guide to Recorded Music, p. 428
"Iceberg Meadow is a harsh, dynamic, atmospheric,
free sounding piece in fact it sounds as if it's improvised - including
some preparation and inside-piano playing. I thought it was a good
thorough exploration of piano sonorities in a quite dramatic way."
--Peter Riley, Musics (London), May 1977