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(Some) Twentieth Century American Symphonies Not on CD (again!)


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« Reply #30 on: January 09, 2019, 03:29:28 pm »

Thank you for this information.

What this means is that in terms of the music Arnold Rosner wrote for full orchestra, ie excluding music for symphonic band or choral music. the unrecorded works are:

Partita for orchestra, op.33 (1966)
"Perchance to Dream" for orchestra, op.45 (1969)
"A MyLai Elegy" for orchestra, op.51 (1971)
Concerto Grosso No.2 for orchestra, op. 74 (1979)
Consort Music for orchestra, op.80 (1980)
"Transformations" for orchestra, op. 87 (1990)
Variations on a Theme by Frank Martin for orchestra, op. 105 (1996)
Concerto for harpsichord and strings, op. 113 (2000)

These could all be fitted onto two cds Smiley


What about the piano concerto or was that recorded?
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