℗ 2016 Jube Classic
 

The Great Conductors: Aaron Copland (Remastered 2016)

Leo Smit, Radio Rome Symphony Orchestra, London Symphony Orchestra, Aaron Copland

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1
Billy the Kid Suite
Aaron Copland; London Symphony Orchestra; Aaron Copland
19:30
Statements  
2
I. Militant
Aaron Copland; London Symphony Orchestra; Aaron Copland
3:27
3
II. Cryptic
Aaron Copland; London Symphony Orchestra; Aaron Copland
3:27
4
III. Dogmatic
Aaron Copland; London Symphony Orchestra; Aaron Copland
1:39
5
IV. Subjective
Aaron Copland; London Symphony Orchestra; Aaron Copland
3:52
6
V. Jingo
Aaron Copland; London Symphony Orchestra; Aaron Copland
2:32
7
VI. Prophetic
Aaron Copland; London Symphony Orchestra; Aaron Copland
3:29
8
Piano Concerto
Aaron Copland; Leo Smit; Radio Rome Symphony Orchestra; Aaron Copland
16:01
Total Playing Time    53:57
This remastered reissue pays tribute to Aaron Copland the conductor, as he leads three of his his own landmark compositions on vintage recordings. The London Symphony Orchestra performs the Billy the Kid Suite and Statements, originally released together in 1959, while pianist Leo Smit joins the Radio Rome Symphony Orchestra on the final work, the Piano Concerto, also known as the Jazz Concerto, released in 1956.

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