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« Reply #195 on: November 06, 2015, 07:18:28 pm »

Charles Strouse: Concerto America

I sometimes think the best music in the world is theater music. Even though they might call it a symphony.  The best composers go for theatrical moments that transcend what we study of them. Moments that leap off the page, that dance, that sing. I think that's theater.

From the collection of Karl Miller.

Concerto America, for Piano and Orchestra

Jeffrey Siegel, piano
Boston Pops Orchestra
Conductor, Keith Lockhart(?)
[30 June 2002]
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