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    Explore releases from Miriam Gideon at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Miriam Gideon at the Discogs Marketplace. Miriam Gideon, Louise Talma: Aaron Copland, Henry Cowell, Miriam Gideon, Louise Talma - Da Capo In Song.
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    Aaron Copland’s legacy stands between memory and history. An active presence on the musical scene for the bulk of the twentieth century, Copland interacted with most of the major figures in American composition, performance, publishing, and music journalism from , when he returned to New York after studying in France, until the early- to mids, when he gradually retreated from public.
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    Oct 02,  · COPLAND Rodeo: 4. Hoe-Down - "The President's Own" U.S. Marine Band - Blacksburg, VA - Duration: United States Marine Band 78, views.
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    —“Wall-to-Wall Copland,” a day-long marathon concert, at Symphony Space, New York City. —Department of Music at Queens College of the City University of New York renamed Aaron Copland School of Music. —First volume of memoirs appears (Copland: Through , written with Vivian Perlis).
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    Aaron Copland (November 14, – December 2, ) was an American composer of concert and film music. Instrumental in forging a distinctly American style of composition, he was widely known as "the dean of American composers." [1] Copland's music achieved a balance between modern music and American folk sinsnabirlalitisyrepbeferbankra.coinfo open, slowly changing harmonies of many of his works are said to evoke the.
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    Biography. Most people know that Aaron Copland was a composer and that his name is synonymous with works such as Appalachian Spring, Fanfare for the Common Man, and the "Hoedown" from Rodeo. What they perhaps do not realize is that Copland's influence on American music extended far beyond the compositional realm. In addition to his creative output as a composer, Copland was also a teacher.
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    Copland wrote, "Knowing my audience was to be a young one, and that young people like their music exciting and not too long, I kept John Henry down to less than four minutes and called it "a descriptive fantasy." The music is meant to simulate the sounds of a train and John Henry.
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    Copland was born Aaron Cohen in Brooklyn, of Russian Jewish descent. He studied harmony with Rubin Goldmark, and composition in Paris with Nadia Boulanger from to His abundant talent was recognized early, though not always favorably. At the premiere of his Symphony for Organ and Orchestra (), conductor Walter Damrosch turned to.
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    Scholars have largely ignored Aaron Copland's lengthy career as a cultural diplomat, although the documentation surrounding it sheds new light on his political views. Through a consideration of his work with the U.S. government during World War II and the Cold War this article argues that a brand of universalist internationalism, rooted in his.