Aaron Copland / Leonard Bernstein, Concert Arts Symphony Orchestra, Robert Irving - Appalachian Spring Etc album flac
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|A1||–Copland*, Robert Irving Conducting The Concert Arts Symphony Orchestra*||Appalachian Spring
Composed By – Copland*
|–Copland*, Robert Irving Conducting The Concert Arts Symphony Orchestra*||Two Dance Epsiodes From Rodeo
Composed By – Copland*
|A2||–||Saturday Night Waltz|
|–Bernstein*, Robert Irving Conducting The Concert Arts Symphony Orchestra*||Fancy Free
Composed By – Bernstein*
|B2.b||–||Scene At The Bar|
|B2.c||–||Pas De Deux|
|B2.d||–||Variations (Galop - Waltz - Danzon)|
- Printed By – Garrod & Lofthouse Ltd.
- Made By – Garrod & Lofthouse Ltd.
- Conductor – Robert Irving
- Orchestra – Concert Arts Symphony Orchestra*
|TWO 302, 1E 061 ○ 80415||Aaron Copland / Leonard Bernstein, Concert Arts Symphony Orchestra*, Robert Irving||Aaron Copland / Leonard Bernstein, Concert Arts Symphony Orchestra*, Robert Irving - American Ballet Music (LP)||Columbia, Columbia||TWO 302, 1E 061 ○ 80415||UK||1970|
Composer: Aaron Copland (14 November 1900 - 2 December 1990) - Orchestra: Ulster Orchestra - Conductor: Thierry Fischer - Year of recording: 2006.
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Copland, Robert Irving (2) Conducting The Concert Arts Symphony Orchestra. Composed By – Copland. Copland, Robert Irving (2) Conducting The Concert Arts Symphony Orchestra. Two Dance Epsiodes From Rodeo. A2. – Saturday Night Waltz. Conductor – Robert Irving (2). Orchestra – Concert Arts Symphony Orchestra. Labels: - Black/silver labels - Boxed Columbia logo - One boxed EMI logo at bottom - "The Gramophone Co Ltd" in rim text - "Made in Gt.
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A3 Saturday Night Waltz. B1 Appalacjian Spring. I have the CD version of this performance. Robert Irving and the orchestra play with such energy and empathy for Copland's music that it is the best that I have heard. A must hear performance. I tried to find a CD listing but it seems that his recordings are hard to find.
Concert Arts Orchestra, Robert Irving. 2. Appalachian Spring: II. Allegro. Concert Arts Orchestra, Robert Irving. 3. Appalachian Spring: III. Moderato: The Bride and Her Intended. 4. Appalachian Spring: IV. Fast: The Revivalist and His Flock. 5. Appalachian Spring: V. Subito allegro: Solo Dance of the Bride. 6. Appalachian Spring: VI. As at First (Slowly).
How did Aaron Copland do this? Technical explanations abound, citing such hallmarks as pentatonic melodic figurations, austere harmony based upon dissonances between major and minor diatonic triads, progressive development of motivic fragments, etc. Yet, even to those for whom such terms are meaningless jargon, we hear Copland and we know that his music stands for America. His definitive 1961 New York Philharmonic Appalachian Spring (Sony) is far more vibrant and bracing than the composer's, from its haunting opening to the animated climaxes. A 1983 Los Angeles Philharmonic concert (DG) is a bit slower and mellower, but still breathes with vitality. Of other recordings, Robert Irving and the Concert Arts Orchestra (super-budget Seraphim) and Louis Lane and the Atlanta Symphony (Telarc) are both fine.
Symphony No. 3 was Aaron Copland's final symphony. It was written between 1944 and 1946, and its first performance took place on October 18, 1946, the Boston Symphony Orchestra performing under Serge Koussevitzky. If the early Dance Symphony is included in the count, it is actually Copland's fourth symphony