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Media Adaptations

Three Voices: for Joan La Barbara, released by New Albion Records in 1989, is a compact disc featuring a composition by Morton Feldman that sets O'Hara's poem "Wind" to music.

Four Songs, published by E. C. Schirmer in 1986, is the musical score for a voice composition by Ned Rorem that sets O'Hara's poem "ForPoulenc" to music. Another score is 1972's Three Airs for Frank O 'Hara 's Angel, which was published by Edition Salabert. This composition by Lukas Foss features the O'Hara poems "Three Airs" and "Four Little Elegies."

Lost, Lost, Lost is a film diary by experimental filmmaker Jonas Mekas. This lengthy video, which was released in 1995 by Recycled Video, includes scenes dealing with Mekas's friendships with O'Hara and other New York poets like Allen Ginsberg and LeRoi Jones (Amiri Baraka).

Frank O 'Hara Second Edition,   released by American Poetry Archive in 1978, features out-takes from the...

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