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Ives/Brant: A Concord Symphony; Copland: Organ Symphony ()

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composed by Aaron Copland, Henry Brant

Ives/Brant: A Concord Symphony; Copland: Organ Symphony - Paul Jacobs (organ); San Francisco Symphony; Michael Tilson Thomas (conductor)
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  1. A Concord Symphony, for orchestra (after Charles Ives' Concord Sonata)
  2. Symphony for Organ & Orchestra

The first item on the program here is, as the potential buyer may have guessed, an orchestral transcrption of Charles Ives' Piano Sonata No. 2, known as the Concord Sonata. But it requires a little more explanation. Orchestrator Henry Brant was a Canadian-American composer of an experimental bent who became, one learns from the booklet, "obsesssed" with the Concord Sonata and worked on an orchestral version in his spare time for the startlingly long period of 36 years, from 1958 to 1994. Further, he did not try to turn it ...

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Ives/Brant: A Concord Symphony; Copland: Organ Symphony 2011, San Francisco Sym

UPC: 821936003824

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