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An American celebration. Vol. 2

Author: Wynton MarsalisKurt MasurGlenn DicterowLeonard SlatkinDimitri MitropoulosAll authors
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : New York Philharmonic Special Editions, ℗1999.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : Concertos : Jazz : Marches : Multiple forms : Operas : Overtures : Suites : Symphonies : Variations : Multiple languages
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
Music Type: Jazz; Suites; Overtures; Concertos; Variations; Symphonies; Operas; Marches
All Authors / Contributors: Wynton Marsalis; Kurt Masur; Glenn Dicterow; Leonard Slatkin; Dimitri Mitropoulos; Leonard Bernstein; Arthur Austin Whittemore; Jack Lowe; Seymour Lipkin; Gian Carlo Menotti; John Reardon; Walter Rosenberger; William Steinberg; Pierre Boulez; Irene Gubrud; Edward Herman, Jr.; David Gilbert; James Chambers; Larry Newland; Andre Kostelanetz; Jan De Gaetani; Zubin Mehta; Julianne Baird; Cheryl Bensman; Jane Bryden; Kimball Wheeler; Joseph Alessi; Jahja Ling; Stanley Drucker; Arturo Toscanini; Duke Ellington; Gunther Schuller; Peter Mennin; Aaron Copland; Morton Gould; Samuel Barber; David Diamond; Ned Rorem; Lukas Foss; Elliott Carter; George Crumb; Alan Hovhaness; Jacob Druckman; Joan Tower; Steve Reich; John Adams; Christopher Rouse; Ellen Taaffe Zwilich; William Bolcom; John Philip Sousa; New York Philharmonic.; Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra.; Choral Art Society.; Church of the Transfiguration (New York, N.Y.). Boys' Choir.; Trinity School (New York, N.Y.). Boys' Choir.; Trinity School (New York, N.Y.). Bell Ringers.; Brooklyn Boys Chorus.; NBC Symphony Orchestra.
OCLC Number: 42766217
Language Note: Sung in English (11th work); Latin (14th work); French, German, Italian, Latin and Malay (16th work); and Hebrew (18th work).
Notes: Title from container.
Compact discs; includes analog recordings.
Program notes, performer biographies, and vocal texts with English translations (246 p. : ports.) laid in container.
Performer(s): New York Philharmonic ; with various ensembles, soloists, and conductors.
Event notes: Recorded or broadcast at various locations between May 25, 1944 and Apr. 10, 1999.
Description: 5 audio discs : digital, mono., stereo. ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: A tone parallel to Harlem / Duke Ellington ; arr. Wynton Marsalis (Lincoln City Jazz Orchestra ; Wynton Marsalis ; Kurt Masur, conductor) (13:24) --
Serenade for solo violin, string orchestra, harp, and percussion : After Plato's "Symposium" / Leonard Bernstein (Glenn Dicterow, violin ; Leonard Slatkin, conductor) (31:46) --
Dramatic overture / Gunther Schuller (Dimitri Mitropoulos, conductor) (10:17) --
Concertato : Moby Dick : for orchestra / Peter Mennin (Leonard Bernstein, conductor) (10:52) --
Orchestral variations / Aaron Copland (Leonard Bernstein, conductor) (12:58) --
Candide overture / Leonard Bernstein (4:35) --
Dance variations : for two pianos and orchestra / Morton Gould (Arthur Whittemore, Jack Lowe, pianos ; Dimitri Mitropoulos, conductor) (22:01) --
Medea's meditation and dance of vengeance : op. 23-A / Samuel Barber (Dimitri Mitropoulos, conductor) (13:12) --
The world of Paul Klee / David Diamond (Seymour Lipkin, conductor) (12:17) --
Symphony no. 3 / Ned Rorem (Leonard Bernstein, conductor) (22:59) --
Introduction and good-byes : a nine-minute opera / Lukas Foss ; libretto by Gian Carlo Menotti (John Reardon, baritone ; Walter Rosenberger, xylophone ; The Choral Art Society ; Leonard Bernstein, conductor) (8:33) --
Nonet for strings / Aaron Copland (William Steinberg, conductor) (16:27) --
Concerto for orchestra / Elliott Carter (Pierre Boulez, conductor) (21:30) --
Star-child : a parable for soprano, antiphonal children's voices and large orchestra / George Crumb (Irene Gubrud, soprano ; Edward Herman, Jr., trombone ; The Boys' Choir of the Little Church Around the Corner and Trinity School ; The Bell Ringers of Trinity School ; The Brooklyn Boys' Chorus ; Pierre Boulez, David Gilbert, James Chambers, Larry Newland, conductors) (32:54) --
To Vishnu / Alan Hovhaness (Andre Kostelanetz, conductor) (11:29) --
Lamia : revised version / Jacob Druckman (Jan DeGaetani, soprano ; Pierre Boulez, David Gilbert, conductors) (19:37) --
Sequoia / Joan Tower (Zubin Mehta, conductor) (16:42) --
Tehillim = Psalms : orchestral version / Steve Reich (Julianne Baird, Cheryl Bensman, Jane Bryden, sopranos ; Kimball Wheeler, mezzo-soprano ; Zubin Mehta, conductor) (31:49) --
Short ride on a fast machine / John Adams (Kurt Masur, conductor) (4:45) --
Trombone concerto / Christopher Rouse (Joseph Alessi, trombone ; Leonard Slatkin, conductor) (27:16) --
Symphony no. 3 / Ellen Taaffe Zwilich (Jahja Ling, conductor) (21:10) --
Concerto for clarinet and orchestra / William Bolcom (Stanley Drucker, clarinet ; Leonard Slatkin, conductor) (19:39) --
The stars and stripes forever / John Philip Sousa (NBC Symphony Orchestra ; Arturo Toscanini, conductor) (3:26).

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