American Romantics III

DAVID STANLEY SMITH (1877-1949): Prince Hal - An Overture, Op. 31, CARL BUSCH (1864-1943): Minnehaha’s Vision, The Song of Chibiabdos, CHARLES WAKEFIELD CADMAN (1881-1946): ThunderbIrd Suite, LUDWIG BONVIN (1850-1939): Festival Procession, CECIL BURLEIGH (1885-1980): At Sunset from Rocky Mountain Sketches (arr. William Happich [1884-1959]), GENA BRANSCOMBE (1881-1977): A Memory (arr. Happich), EDWARD MACDOWELL (1860-1908): At an Old Trysting Place from Woodland Sketches (arr. Edmund Tiersch {18??-19??]).

Catalogue Number: 05T005

Label: New Focus Recordings

Reference: FCR 166C

Format: CD

Price: $16.98

Description: Yet a new batch of American Late Romaticism deriving from the fabulous archives of Philadelphia’s Fleisher Collection library but this time for full orchestra instead of the string ensemble used for the first two releases. Busch (1914 and 1916) is inspired by Longfellow’s Hiawatha poem while Cadman (1918) takes his inspiration directly from Native American music while Smith (1915) and Bonvin are stylistically in the prevailing European mold. Lansdowne Symphony Orchestra; Reuben Blundell.


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