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Charles Ives, Robert McBride, David Diamond , Howard Swanson, American Recording Society Orchestra - Three Places In New England / Concerto For Violin And Orchestra / Rounds For String Orchestra / Short Symphony album mp3

Charles Ives, Robert McBride, David Diamond , Howard Swanson, American Recording Society Orchestra - Three Places In New England / Concerto For Violin And Orchestra / Rounds For String Orchestra / Short Symphony album mp3

Performer: Charles Ives
Title: Three Places In New England / Concerto For Violin And Orchestra / Rounds For String Orchestra / Short Symphony
Style: Modern
Rating: 4.1
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Robert McBride (1911–2007) was an American composer, t, and music educator, Professor Emeritus of Music at the University Of Arizona. He started playing clarinet, oboe, saxophone and piano at an early age. McBride studied composition with Otto Luening at the University of Arizona, receiving a BMus degree in 1933 and MMus in 1935. He started teaching at the Bennington College in 1935 and received a Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation grant in 1937. Charles Ives, Robert McBride, David Diamond (2), Howard Swanson, American Recording Society Orchestra - Three Places In New England, Concerto For Violin And Orchestra, Rounds For String Orchestra, Short Symphony ‎(LP, Album, Mono). American Recording Society.

Three Places In New England. A1. – St. Gaudens Boston Common. The Housatonic At Stockbridge. Concerto For Violin And Orchestra. B1. – Allegro Marcato. Conductor – Walter Hendl. Orchestra – American Recording Society Orchestra. Violin – Maurice Wilk (tracks: B1-B3). Marketplace 0 3 For Sale from €. 9.

Ives combined the American popular and church-music traditions of his youth with European art music and was among the first composers to engage in a systematic program of experimental music. With musical techniques including polytonality, polyrhythm, tone clusters, aleatoric elements, and quarter tones he was foreshadowing virtually every major musical innovation of the 20th century.

Orchestra – Eastman-Rochester Orchestra. Photography By – E. L. Gockeler. Producer – Wilma Cozart. Recording Supervisor – Harold Lawrence. Transferred By – George Piros. text on labels and FR lacquers (not RFR) see Three Places In New England, Symphony N. Labels: - Dark maroon labels with silver print - Deep 'groove' in label area - "Vendor: Mercury Record Corporation" text on labels. Sleeve: - Not laminated - Back of sleeve is printed in colour (aka 'colour back' sleeve) - Large stereo banner on front top - Olympian logo on front and back - "Printed in . Eugene Ormandy & The Philadelphia Orchestra. 5. Three Places In New England: I. the "St. Gaudens" In Boston Common (Col. Shaw and His Colored Regiment). 6. Three Places In New England: II. Putnam's Camp, Redding, Connecticut. 7. Three Places In New England: III. from the Housatonic At Stockbridge (Robert Underwood Johnson). 8. Robert Browning Overture. Leopold Stokowski & American Symphony Orchestra. 8 Songs, 1 Hour 17 Minutes. Lutoslawski: Concerto for Orchestra - EP. 2012. Barber: Symphony No. 1, Op.

A string orchestra is an orchestra consisting solely of a string section made up of the bowed strings used in Western Classical music. The instruments of such an orchestra are most often the following: the violin, which is divided into first and second violin players (each usually playing different parts), the viola, the cello, and usually, but not always, the double bass.

The American Recording Society Orchestra. Three Places in New England: General Putnam's Camp, Redding, Conn. Ives & McBride: Three Places In New England and Concerto For Violin & Orchestra, 5m 41sec. Chat About Three Places in New England: General Putnam's Camp, Redding, Conn. by The American Recording Society Orchestra.

Mists: Charles Ives for Jazz Orchestra. Mists: Charles Ives for Jazz Orchestra is an internationally acclaimed jazz album produced by Planet Arts Recordings and released in August 2014.

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A1 Three Places In New England
Composed By – Charles IvesConductor – Walter Hendl
A2 Concerto For Violin And Orchestra
Composed By – Robert McBrideConductor – Walter HendlViolin – Maurice Wilk
B1 Rounds For String Orchestra
Composed By – David Diamond Conductor – Walter Hendl
B2 Short Symphony
Composed By – Howard SwansonConductor – Dean Dixon

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – RCA Victor Custom Record Division

Notes

1. "Three Places In New England" (Ives) and "Concerto For Violin And Orchestra" (McBride) were released in 1954 on a 10-inch version by the American Recording Society (ARS 27).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1 Runout, Stamped): ARS 116 A KP 1411 1C
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2 Runout, Stamped): E4KP 1412 !R
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