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John Philip Sousa, Edward MacDowell, Charles Griffes, Charles Ives, Ferde Grofé, Virgil Thomson, Howard Hanson, Robert Russell Bennett, George Gershwin, Aaron Copland, Samuel Barber, Morton Gould, William Schuman, Walter Piston, Leroy Anderson - Bicentena flac album

John Philip Sousa, Edward MacDowell, Charles Griffes, Charles Ives, Ferde Grofé, Virgil Thomson, Howard Hanson, Robert Russell Bennett, George Gershwin, Aaron Copland, Samuel Barber, Morton Gould, William Schuman, Walter Piston, Leroy Anderson - Bicentena flac album
Title:
Bicentenaire U.S.A Bicentennial 1776 - 1976
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FLAC album size:
1951 mb
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Rating:
4.6 ✪

Composed By – Arthur Benjamin (tracks: 12), Charles Griffes (tracks: 8), Charles Ives (tracks: 2), Edward MacDowell (tracks: 9), George Gershwin (tracks: 10), Leonard Bernstein (tracks: 1), Louis Moreau Gottschalk (tracks: 11), Morton Gould (tracks: 7), Richard Rodgers (tracks: 13), Samuel Barber (tracks: 6), Virgil Thomson (tracks: 14 to 18), William Schuman (tracks: 3 to 5). Conductor – André Kostelanetz (tracks: 3 to 5, 10), Eugene Ormandy (tracks: 2, 6, 7, 9, 11), Louis Lane (tracks: 1, 12, 13, 14 to 18). Orchestra – André Kostelanetz And His Orchestra (tracks: 8), The Cleveland Orchestra.

Composed By – Arthur Benjamin (tracks: 12), Charles Griffes (tracks: 8), Charles Ives (tracks: 2), Edward MacDowell (tracks: 9), George Gershwin (tracks: 10), Leonard Bernstein (tracks: 1), Louis Moreau Gottschalk (tracks: 11), Morton Gould (tracks: 7), Richard Rodgers (tracks: 13), Samuel Barber (tracks: 6), Virgil Thomson (tracks: 14 to 18), William Schuman (tracks: 3 to 5).

2 –John Philip Sousa. 3 –Edward MacDowell Suite N°2 Op 10. 4 –Charles Griffes. The Pleasure Dome Of Kubla Khan. The White Peacock Op7 N°1. 6 –Charles Griffes. Bacchanale Op6 N°3. 7 –Charles Griffes. Poem For Flute And Orchestra. Thre Places In New England. Symphony N°3. 10 –Ferde Grofé. Symphony An A Hymn Tune. Songs From Drum Taps. 15 –Robert Russell Bennett Suite Of Old American Dances.

The Edward MacDowell Association backed many American composers, including Aaron Copland, Edgard Varese, Roger Sessions, William Schuman, Walter Piston, Samuel Barber, Elliott Carter, and Leonard Bernstein, in the beginning phases of their careers by awarding them residencies, fellowships, and the Edward MacDowell Medal. Between 1925 and 1956, Copland received a fellowship eight times; in 1961 he was awarded the Edward MacDowell Medal, and he served himself for 34 years on the board of Association and Colony

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4. Du bist wie eine Blume. 5. Ballad from Rosamunde. 6. Ein Ton. Charles Ives. Mein Herz ist wie die dunkle Nacht. Charles Tomlinson Griffes.

American conductor, composer & patriot (1854-1932).

Charles Ives: Charles Ives, significant American composer who is known for a number of innovations that anticipated most of the later musical developments of the 20th century. Ives received his earliest musical instruction from his father, who was a bandleader, music teacher, and acoustician who experimented. Charles Ives, in full Charles Edward Ives, (born October 20, 1874, Danbury, Connecticut, . died May 19, 1954, New York City), significant American composer who is known for a number of innovations that anticipated most of the later musical developments of the 20th century. Ives received his earliest musical instruction from his father, who was a bandleader, music teacher, and acoustician who experimented with the sound of quarter tones.

Charles’ father, George Edward Ives, was an exception. During the Civil War, he became the youngest bandleader in the US Army. Thereafter, he returned to Danbury to become the town’s bandmaster even though the vocation was then looked upon with little respect. As the story goes, he was introduced to the art through an interesting incident. One day, when he was five years old, his father came home to find him banging the piano keys with drum parts, using his fists. George must have sensed some kind of innovative skill in this. Therefore, instead of scolding him, he told him encouragingly, "It's all right to do that, Charles, if you know what you're doing and then sent him to have his first lessons in drum

Tracklist

1 Frederick Fennell Music For Fifes And Drums
2 John Philip Sousa Marches
3 Edward MacDowell Suite N°2 Op 10
4 Charles Griffes The Pleasure Dome Of Kubla Khan
5 Charles Griffes The White Peacock Op7 N°1
6 Charles Griffes Bacchanale Op6 N°3
7 Charles Griffes Poem For Flute And Orchestra
8 Charles Ives Thre Places In New England
9 Charles Ives Symphony N°3
10 Ferde Grofé Grand Canyon Suite
11 Ferde Grofé Mississippi Suite
12 Virgil Thomson Symphony An A Hymn Tune
13 Virgil Thomson The Feast Of Love
14 Howard Hanson Songs From Drum Taps
15 Robert Russell Bennett Suite Of Old American Dances
16 George Gershwin Rhapsody In Blue
17 George Gershwin An American In Paris
18 George Gershwin Porgy And Bess Suite
19 George Gershwin I Got Rythm Variations
20 Aaron Copland Appalachian Spring Ballet
21 Aaron Copland Billy The Kid Ballet
22 Samuel Barber Medea Ballet
23 Samuel Barber Concerto For Violin And Orchestra
24 Morton Gould Fall river Legend Ballet
25 Morton Gould Spirituals For Orchestra
26 Morton Gould West Point Symphony
27 William Schuman New England Triptych
28 Walter Piston The Incredible Flutist
29 Leroy Anderson Sleigh Ride
30 Leroy Anderson Blue Tango
31 Leroy Anderson Fiddle-Faddle
32 Leroy Anderson The Syncopated Clock
33 Leroy Anderson The Typewriter
34 Leroy Anderson The Girl In Satin
35 Leroy Anderson Belle Of The Ball
36 Leroy Anderson Promenade