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Strut - George Antheil / Morton Gould - Symphony No. 4 / Spirituals For Orchestra • Formations (CD, Album)

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  1. Jan 14,  · Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for George Antheil Symphony 4 / Morton Gould Spirituals for Orchestra by Unknown () at taifluslinkvehocontglucosimthralorse.coinfo Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5.
  2. One of the first landmark symphonies composed specifically for wind band, Gould's Symphony No. 4 is a two-movement masterwork. Gould employs both traditional and modern techniques, adeptly changing colors and styles to engage the listener. He even calls .
  3. Sep 20,  · Morton Gould Concerto for Orchestra 1. Moderately fast, with drive and vigor 2. Slowly with stately lyricism 3. Fast - With gusto Albany Symphony Orchestra David Allan Miller, conductor.
  4. The Antheil symphony is interesting, well recorded and well played but not especially memorable. Morton Gould's 'Spirituals' from is another matter; a scintillating piece of Americana given an impressive performance in a vintage and vivid s recording by the London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Walter Susskind/5(5).
  5. The Philadelphia Orchestra, Morton Gould and His Orchestra, New York Philharmonic Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy, André Kostelanetz Release Date: 13th Oct Catalogue No: G
  6. The Gould Formations is well-conducted by the composer. His Spirituals for Orchestra is a major American work. The recording to get, by Gould himself leading the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, is currently available only in a boxed set for about $ -- fiery, passionate, and beautifully played.4/5(2).
  7. May 01,  · Morton Gould () (USA) Spirituals for Strings Choir and Orchestra () 1/2 Dir: Walter Susskind 1- Proclamation () 2- Sermon ().
  8. Apr 17,  · TWO CONDUCTORS, one pianist and a piano technician shared yesterday afternoon's American Symphony Orchestra concert. One conductor was Morton Gould, who led the Symphony No. 21 by Miaskovsky and.
  9. Awards • Grammy: Ives's First Symphony with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra (a recording that led the way for a new appreciation of Ives' work; Gould received 12 Grammy nominations during his life.) • American Symphony Orchestra League Gold Baton • Medal of Honor for Music from the National Arts Club • elected to American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters.

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