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  1. Here we have the definitive recordings of Aaron Copland's Appalachian Spring and Suite from The Tender Land as well as Morton Gould's Fall River Legend and Latin-American Symphonette, each conducted by their respective composer. The orchestras employed are the BSO for Copland and Morton Gould's own orchestra for his two works/5(29).
  2. Get this from a library! Appalachian spring suite. [David Bernard, (Conductor); Aaron Copland; Maurice Ravel; Igor Stravinsky; Park Avenue Chamber Symphony,;].
  3. The present arrangement for symphony orchestra was made by the composer in the spring of It is a condensed version of the ballet, retaining all essential features but omitting those sections in which the interest is primarily choreographic"--Prefatory note.
  4. Sections of appalachian spring. The orchestral suite is divided into eight sections. Copland describes each scene thus: 1. Very slowly. Introduction of the characters, one by one, in a suffused light. 2. Fast/Allegro. Sudden burst of unison .
  5. Suite from Appalachian Spring (; orchestration) Approximate duration: 23 minutes. After studying in France for three years, Aaron Copland returned to the United States with a stark and spiky musical language steeped in Parisian influences. He moved away from those European conventions in the early s, and he soon found his.
  6. Copland – Appalachian Spring: Suite Aaron Copland captured the sound and soul of America, and Appalachian Spring is one of his greatest achievements, a simple, soaring masterpiece that offers a hopeful vision of our country ’ s greatest possibilities.

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