A Copland Celebration Vol. 1

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Aaron Copland recorded a vast amount of his own music for Columbia and CBS Masterworks from the 1950s to the '70s, and now Sony Classical -- the heir to those labels' archives -- celebrates the centennial of the composer's birth with these reissues. This two-disc set includes many of Copland's most beloved works: Appalachian Spring in the original chamber version, Rodeo, Billy the Kid, El Salón México, Fanfare for the Common Man, and more. A special addition is a portion of the rehearsal session for Appalachian Spring, and the Columbia String Ensemble's recording of Copland's Nonet for Strings makes its first appearance on CD. Two other sets, released simultaneously, focus on Chamber Music and Rarities and Vocal ...
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Aaron Copland recorded a vast amount of his own music for Columbia and CBS Masterworks from the 1950s to the '70s, and now Sony Classical -- the heir to those labels' archives -- celebrates the centennial of the composer's birth with these reissues. This two-disc set includes many of Copland's most beloved works: Appalachian Spring in the original chamber version, Rodeo, Billy the Kid, El Salón México, Fanfare for the Common Man, and more. A special addition is a portion of the rehearsal session for Appalachian Spring, and the Columbia String Ensemble's recording of Copland's Nonet for Strings makes its first appearance on CD. Two other sets, released simultaneously, focus on Chamber Music and Rarities and Vocal and Choral Works.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/7/2000
  • Label: Sony
  • UPC: 696998932326
  • Catalog Number: 89323

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Fanfare for the Common Man, for brass & percussion (from Symphony No. 3) - Aaron Copland & Aaron Copland (3:17)
  2. 2–5 Rodeo, selections from the complete ballet - Aaron Copland & Aaron Copland (19:56)
  3. 6–12 Billy the Kid, orchestral suite from the ballet - Aaron Copland & Aaron Copland (21:04)
  4. 7 El Salón México, for orchestra - Aaron Copland & Aaron Copland (11:29)
  5. 8 Danzón Cubano, for piano duet (orch. 1945) - Aaron Copland & Aaron Copland (7:16)
  6. 9 Quiet City, for English horn, trumpet, & strings (from the incidental music) - Aaron Copland & Aaron Copland (9:52)
  7. 10 Down a Country Lane, for piano (or school orchestra) - Aaron Copland & Aaron Copland (2:53)
Disc 2
  1. 1–14 Appalachian Spring, complete ballet (original version for 13 instruments) - Aaron Copland & Aaron Copland (32:26)
  2. 15–17 Nonet, for 3 violins, 3 violas & 3 cellos - Aaron Copland & Aaron Copland (17:28)
  3. 16 Appalachian Spring, complete ballet (original version for 13 instruments): Copland Rehearses Appalachian Spring - Aaron Copland & Aaron Copland (17:12)
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Album Credits

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Aaron Copland Primary Artist
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