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200 Gram LP Plated And Pressed At Quality Record Pressings
Eiji Oue conducts the Minnesota Orchestra performing selections by Aaron Copland.
Aaron Copland, America's best-known and best-loved composer, would have been 100 years old this centennial year. Reference Recordings is pleased to honor his memory with this memorial LP of three of his most renowned and memorable works. Fanfare For the Common Man has become emblematic of state and major sports occasions. Its majestic strains for brass and percussion inevitably raise goosebumps wherever they are heard.
Appalachian Spring is Copland's most beloved dance score, and is indelibly associated with Martha Graham, who gave it birth. It sings of earlier-Americans whose lives were tied to the land and it features the timeless folksong Simple Gifts. The Third Symphony is considered to be Copland's masterpiece, the finest symphony produced by any 20th-century American. Its finale brings back the Fanfare, scored for full symphony orchestra, to bring the program to a spine-tingling climax.
1. Fanfare For The Common Man 2. Third Symphony 3. Molto Moderato 4. Allegro Molto 5. Andantino Quasi Allegretto 6. Molto Deliberato
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Including Strauss: Dances Of The Seven Veils from Salome; Saint-Saens: Bacchanale from Samson et Dalilah; Rabaud: Dances From Marouf. Eiji Oue / The Minnesota Orchestra. The first recordings by the Minnesota Orchestra with their dynamic new music director. This recording is one of legendary engineer Keith Johnson's very best and favorite titles.
1. Rimsky-Korsakov: Dance Of The Tumblers From The Snow Maiden 2. Richard Strauss: Dance Of The Seven Veils From Salome 3. Mussorgsky: Dance Of The Persian Slaves From Khovanshchina 4. Tchaikovsky: Hopak From Mazeppa 5. Rabaud: Dances From Marouf, Cobbler Of Cairo 6. Saint-Saëns: Bacchanale From Samson And Delilah
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