Aaron Copland, Charles Ives - Aaron Copland: Short Symphony - Charles Ives: Symphony No. 3, The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra album download
|Ives-Symphony No. 3, The Camp Meeting|
|B1||Andante Maestoso "Old Folks Gatherin'"||7:05|
|B2||Allegro "Children's Day"||7:22|
- Artwork By – Vito Fiorenza
- Conductor – Dennis Russell Davies
- Engineer [Recording] – Tom Jung
- Mastered By – Bruce Leek
- Orchestra – The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra
- Producer – Tom Voegeli
NotesHalf Speed Master
|CDD140||Copland*, Ives*, Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra*, Dennis Russell Davies||Copland*, Ives*, Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra*, Dennis Russell Davies - Appalachian Spring / Short Symphony / Symphony No. 3 (CD, Album)||Pro-Arte Digital||CDD140||US||1984|
|140||Copland*, Ives*, Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra*, Dennis Russell Davies||Copland*, Ives*, Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra*, Dennis Russell Davies - Appalachian Spring; Short Symphony; Symphony No. 3 (CD)||Pro-Arte||140||US||Unknown|
|CDG 3140||Aaron Copland, Charles Ives||Aaron Copland, Charles Ives - Appalachian Spring: Short Symphony / Symphony No. 3 (CD, Album)||Intersound||CDG 3140||US||1988|
Copland-Short Symphony. Ives-Symphony No. 3, The Camp Meeting. B1. Andante Maestoso "Old Folks Gatherin'".
Complete your Copland, Ives, Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, Dennis Russell Davies collection. Symphony No. 3 - "The Camp Meeting". Andante Maestoso - "Old Folks Gathering".
Composed By – Aaron Copland. Composed By – Aaron Copland. 3, "The Camp Meeting". Composed By – Charles Ives. 3.
Aaron Copland (1900-1990): Symphony for Organ and Orchestra (1924) - Paul Jacobs, organo - San Francisco Symphony Orchestra diretta da Michael Tilson Thoma. Ives/Brant: A Concord Symphony - Copland: Organ Symphony. WMG, The Orchard Music (от лица компании "San Francisco Symphony"). Organ Symphony: II. Scherzo: Allegro molto. San Francisco Symphony.
Charles Ives developed an introspective gaze about the impressions of the nature, Copland managed to cover a major kaleidoscopic vision. He meant for USA what Elgar for ., Sibelius for Finland, De Falla for Spain or Grieg for Norway. The short prelude is quiet but unsettled. The second movement scherzo anticipates the rhythmic, percussion-heavy Western sound that Copland would adopt for scores such as "Billy the Kid" and "Rodeo," and the solo organ jazz riffs look forward to later jazz-inspired works such as the piano concerto. The finale is the most traditionally symphonic movement, with a final piling-up of themes in the closing pages reminiscent of the opening of "The Miraculous Mandarin. The more familiar Symphony No. 3 (1946) represents Copland in his maturity. The last movement includes a theme based on "Fanfare for the Common Ma. )
Aaron Copland wrote the Symphony for Organ and Orchestra in 1924. It represents a major work in the composer's oeuvre, as it was his first fully realized orchestral work, his first work for organ, and the first piece whose orchestration he heard. In 1928, Copland re-orchestrated the work without organ as his Symphony No. 1, rewriting the organ part in the brass and adding saxophone.
The Symphony No. 3, S. 3 (K. 1A3), The Camp Meeting by Charles Ives (1874–1954) was written between 1908 and 1910. In 1947, the symphony was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Music. Ives is reported to have given half the money to Lou Harrison, who conducted the premiere. This symphony is notable for its use of a chamber orchestra, rather than the complete orchestra Ives used for his other symphonies. The symphony is also very short, lasting approximately twenty minutes.
Copland's Quiet City, however, is just about perfect, featuring fine trumpet playing by Michael Laird and the generous reverberation that characterized St. John's in Smith Square, the Academy of St. ' longtime recording "home. Cowell's Hymn and Fuguing Tune No. 10, still a relatively obscure work in 1976 but afterward gaining in frequency of performances, is interpreted with sensitivity, expansiveness, and features the strong solo work of oboist Celia Nicklin.